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Let’s talk today about the word Lifetime…. as in, a lifetime upgrade (to an advertising platform or any online site, for that matter).

If I purchase a lifetime upgrade to a site, then I expect three things, in no particular order:

1. That purchase is good for the lifetime of the site – no matter who owns the site or buys it later.

2. That purchase is good for my lifetime – i.e., until the day I, yep, die.

3. That purchase means I will never have to pay for an upgrade again. Some ads for lifetime upgrades even say that – what a concept!

If you purchase a TE or other site that has sold lifetime upgrades in the past, then it’s up to you to have done your due diligence and be aware of the fact that lifetimes have been sold, and how many. It’s not the members who purchased the lifetime upgrades problem if you didn’t do your due diligence and make yourself aware.

It’s also not the members who purchased lifetimes problem that they paid the previous owner of the site for their lifetime upgrade, and not you. You should have, again, done your due diligence and not expected members to pay you a second time for ANY upgrade just because you purchased a site that previously sold lifetimes.

Of course, nothing says you can’t cancel lifetimes and ask members that have already paid for a lifetime to pay again, I suppose, unless the selling owner stipulated as part of the sale that you must honor any lifetime upgrades sold. A lot of good owners will do, and have done, that very thing – stipulating the honoring of previous upgrades in the sale.

But even if there is no stipulation as such, the ETHICAL thing to do is honor those lifetimes (and yearlys and what have you) that were previously sold. That is most definitely the ethical thing to do.

Frankly, in my opinion and a whole lot of other folks’, it’s borderline (if not outright) fraudulent if you don’t honor those lifetimes previously sold… not to mention a real good way to ruin your reputation in the industry, hurt & possibly destroy your site, and find your site(s) banned at a lot of other sites that refuse to promote businesses they feel have acted unethically and/or fraudulently.

Better to close a site down, if you think it can’t operate without honoring lifetime upgrades previously sold – or better yet, don’t buy the site in the first place. Some might say closing down a site that has sold lifetimes is unethical as well, but most of us understand that things happen sometimes. Sometimes it’s just best to shut a site that’s failing or having serious problems down. In those cases, yes, a lifetime upgrade turns out to be for the lifetime of the site.

And if a site can’t function without honoring the lifetime upgrades that were previously sold by the previous owner – well, you can probably do the math on that.

Obviously this is something that has recently happened in the community, and I actually don’t personally have a dog in the hunt. I’m not a member (nor will I ever be, now, ‘cos of all this).

But as a site owner and the member of the community, I don’t like witnessing things like this happening because when something like this happens, it just does more damage in an industry that’s had to fight over and over again to prove many of us are good, honest owners that run honest and ethical businesses. I think we’ve had more than enough troubles in recent months with PayPal’s ridiculousness – stuff like this just piles more on the community as a whole.

Bottom line – When a new owner or owners buy a site and refuse to honor lifetimes previously sold, it winds up hurting us all – some way, somehow, whether a little or a lot. It’s still damaging to the industry as a whole, and – unfortunately and sadly – totally unnecessary.

My $0.02. Happy Friday and an invitation to join us at the Saturday Night Surf Party at Sound Surf Live tomorrow from 6-10pm Eastern for music & fun, party-time-only deals, hourly Door Prizes and more! Come hang out with us tomorrow night!



Finally (finally!!) the secret is out, and it’s just gone live today at noon ET. You don’t want to miss out on this, and finally I’m allowed to tell you about it.

You probably heard that there was something new coming from TimTech.

Well, it’s now here! Kore4 is here, that is…

==> (watch this video & check out Kore4 right now)

Kore4 is the new flagship opportunity from TimTech and its ClickTrackProfit system. It’s simple, effective, and affordable, and it was built to help people grow a real, full-time income online by putting affiliates first, without a massive up-front investment.

Not only is it great for newbies, but it’s of huge value to anyone who is already a member and/or upgraded at any TimTech traffic exchange or ClickTrackProfit, because it gives you a whole lot more… for a whole lot less out-of-pocket cost!

With Kore4, you get upgraded at ALL TimTech exchanges at the highest level possible, and receive many other benefits non-Kore4 members can’t get. 50% commissions at all TimTech TEs and CTP are just one of the huge benefits that aren’t available anywhere else – there are many more!

If you’re already upgraded at one or more TimTech exchanges, all you have to do is join Kore4, and bam! – you will now have the highest upgrade possible at all four TEs, as well as being upgraded at CTP.

You can cancel any of the upgrades you had before once you’ve joined Kore4. If you were only upgraded at one or two TimTech TEs before, you’ll now be upgraded at all of them + CTP (and for a lot less than the cost of a monthly upgrade at each individually).

Already have one or more lifetime upgrades at a TimTech TE? Even better, because if you are Kore4 and are lifetime upgraded at even one TimTech exchange, you get the top level membership in Kore4 with benefits that aren’t available to anyone else (including 50-100% commissions).

Kore4 is the kind of program I think a lot of people trying to earn online have been waiting for. It’s easy to start, easy to promote, and easy to succeed – Kore4 gives you more!

Check out Kore4 today and – enjoy!

(PS – Don’t have time to watch the video? Check this page out instead!)



Hi! And wow, I didn’t really mean to skip the last couple of weeks posting here on the blog, but between the mania of Spooktacular at CTP for ten days, and then suddenly out of the blue getting hit with some weird, lingering bug that not only kept me sick and totally exhausted all last week but also half blind (literally), it was really all I could do to get anything done at all last week, even the bare minimum. Fortunately I have finally improved (and can see again, mostly), but it took an awful long while.

In any case, I’m back today, and boy, do I have something to rave about this time!

What is it? Traffic Browser!

It’s really kind of rare that I get as tremendously excited as I am about Traffic Browser, because while I find useful and helpful stuff fairly often and things that I really like, it’s not all THAT often that I come across something that makes me SO much more super efficient (which anyone who knows me knows efficiency is not exactly my strongest point), and saves me tons and tons of time.

(Well, okay – the Legacy Team Ad Co-Op makes me more efficient also – which, again, I badly need – and saves me tons of time too. Granted, there’s that too.)

But this – this is something I do for hours most every day, you know, surfing traffic exchanges (and you probably do too), and Traffic Browser has just made everything SO much easier, smoother, more efficient for me, and about a thousand other adjectives I can’t even think of right now. I like a lot of things, yes, but this was something I desperately needed. A super efficiency improver, if you will.

And I’m like a schoolgirl with a crush… on, yes, I know, an online browser system. I have become a total Traffic Browser fangirl.

Yep. I am just completely, totally, head over heels over Traffic Browser right now. I tell you, if I wasn’t already spoken for, I’d marry it if I could! LOL.

OK, so I guess I’m probably a little late to the party on this one and a whole lot of you reading this were already using Traffic Browser anyway.

But if you’re not using it, I highly, highly recommend you check Traffic Browser out and try it out and see for yourself.

I mean, I knew it was probably just fine and great and all, and probably same as you, I’d been seeing the ads around and videos for months.

But I just didn’t feel the need to switch from my old standby for years, Quick Tab Change – which is still a great program, and I still use it for what few TEs I occasionally visit that aren’t yet supported by Traffic Browser. I was being a stick in the mud, yup, and not willing or that interested in trying something new.

Oh, if I had only known how much more efficient Traffic Browser would make me, as a surfer, and how much more smoothly my daily surfing rounds would go!

Some of my friends who used it tried to tell me, and had been giving it positive reviews for months, but nope, I didn’t pay it much mind.

Not until Traffic Browser came up as a Spooktacular badge (well, several badges actually) last month, accompanied by some excellent and hilarious videos by the program’s creator and admin, David Eaton.

So I checked it out to score some badges… and in turn, it’s pretty much changed my life, as far as traffic exchanges go!

As many know, I used to really not like surfing all that much, back in the day, and avoided it whenever I could, pretty much.

Then ClickTrackProfit came along and changed all that, I actually started to LIKE surfing again. Yet still, some days (and especially on days when I’m pushed for time anyway) it still seemed like a bit of drudgery.

No more! I can do my daily surfing rounds efficiently and easily and zip, boom, bang – I’m done for the day and I can move on to all that other important stuff I never get done in a day. (LOL.)

And for any naysayers that say it’s ‘cos I can go faster and therefore am not really paying attention – oh, believe me, I pay plenty of attention to pages I surf. That old argument about short timers or faster surfing meaning folks aren’t giving “proper attention” to pages is mostly ridiculous anyhow.

I see and give the same attention to everything as I surf, and if I don’t spend much time on a page, it’s not because I’m surfing too fast or the timer’s too short.

Me and my Internet-induced ADD, it really just doesn’t take me but a second or two to decide if I’m interested enough in a page to look into it further. (Or I’ve seen it a bazillion times already or I’ve already signed up/subscribed/etc.)

As far as Traffic Browser’s efficiency and smooth surfing, it mainly comes down to just the fact that there’s one less keystroke involved, for me. One less keystroke x however many hundreds of pages I manage to fit in during a day’s surfing = bliss for moi. That little bit of extra time left over, it adds up!

In all actuality, I am probably spending MORE time looking more closely at more pages now that I’m using Traffic Browser, simply because I am not having to click another key (and sometimes fumbling for it in the dark) and can just sit back and watch the pages go as I make my one single click on whatever TE’s icons. It’s just EASIER.

The support is fantastic (when there was a bit of a glitch this weekend, David was RIGHT on it and replied to my support ticket practically within seconds). There’s also an active forum and userbase there which David actively participates in, and from the looks of things he’s obviously been very keen on making continual improvements to the system and updating it regularly, with new TEs being added often.

There are lots of other terrific things about Traffic Browser, including its extremely reasonable upgrade options (the yearly and lifetimes are an unbelievably great deal). Even if you don’t want to snag those super deals, though, even the Lite monthly option is one of those things you wouldn’t want to pass up (less than a bag of potato chips!), but I’d go for one of the higher options for maximum efficiency, especially if you do a lot or even just a fair amount of regular surfing.

And, depending on your upgrade level, you can add all of your referral IDs to the traffic exchanges you’re using with it – but even as a free member, you can do that for what is probably for many people a “normal” amount of TEs regularly used. (I wouldn’t know ‘cos I’m not normal that way, I’ve always been pretty much like a kid in a candy store when it comes to checking out TEs, heh.)

So I don’t really want to be taking up any more of your time with me raving here about how absolutely great and wonderful and fantastic and maybe one of the best things ever that Traffic Browser indeed is, when you could be checking it out and trying it out for yourself and probably falling in love with it too, just like I did. (The rest of you who have been using it for ages and are just nodding or shaking your heads at me can ignore this part.)

Check out Traffic Browser right now… and then you’ll likely wonder why you didn’t weeks or months ago. Go, go, go!

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