So at the moment there is a lot of talk about list building and wether when promoting in Traffic Exchanges and Mailers you should be List Building or not.

It was mentioned in a post this week at Hit Exchange News and also Scott Rohn mentioned it a few times in his surfing critique video on his blog too but what is all the fuss about.

We see people promoting splash pages as an affiliate for a site they belong to in order to gain referrals and earn affiliate commissions etc but what difference does list building make and didn’t everyone say we should be promoting using splash pages anyway?

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This is something I have been thinking about for some time now. I have come to the conclusion it is because some peoples advertising is too narrow.

Where should I advertise to get more members? is something I get asked a lot by people who own sites or are trying to build a business online.

When I ask them where they are advertising at the moment, I realize the big problem. Their advertising is too narrow.

What do I mean about this?

Well, some people hang out in a group of badge collectors and some people hang out collecting gold.

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The industry we work in has gone through some changing times over the last year. Some of us are still going strong while others not so great.

There is a list knocking about online with over 450 Traffic Exchanges and Mailers that have closed their doors. It is a sure sign of changing times and those that survive need to make some changes too.

So either by luck or hard work I am still going strong but I notice others are not doing so well as I go about my weekly tasks.

During these changing times we have seen a big slow down in the number of people using our services.

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So today I said goodbye to Roboform and hello to LastPass, keep reading to find out why.

While I am out and about I have my phone on me and I answer support tickets all the time. Sometimes it is hard to remember what passwords you need especially if you change them often for safety.

Before today I used (very loosely) Roboform to do that job but to get it to work with mobiles and my iPad was pretty buggy. It also only seemed to work when it wanted to.

Not just that Roboform cost me $19.99 per year which is not bad when it works.

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