My Advertising Pays Credit Packs Explained


Although there are a bunch of products available on My Advertising Pays, but Credit Pack remains to be the most popular for years to come. While it plays a life-and-death role in a member’s success, it indeed is the most confusing one due to various factors: a) has an expiry b) time variation due to profit share fluctuations — with that being said, let’s first understand the purpose of Credit Packs and how they’re meant to be used on the platform.

Credit Packs

What makes this product so special that thousands speak about it on daily basis? If you’re guessing that it pays your WalMart bills then you’re partially right. Basically, upon purchase of a Credit Pack, you’re buying advertising space; in other words, renting a billboard. You can advertise your bakery shop’s website, your client’s business or help a friend with their barbershop. The traffic is huge on this platform, which means real eyes will be watching your site that may result in better sales.

Apart from the advertising portion, this product comes with another tremendous benefit, that it pays you every 20 minutes! The company is generous enough to share its profits with you but an eligibility criteria has been designed: a) purchase at least 1 Credit Pack b) click 10 ads and that’s all! It’s clearly a no-brainer. A Credit Pack costs $49.99 ($50) and returns $60 in your account, that means net profit is $10.

Now, this is the part where most people get confused; the Credit Pack expires after returning $60 to your account. What this means is that it has fulfilled its purpose of generating profit for you and can no longer be used — just like a squeezed lemon! After its expiry, the Credit Pack shifts automatically to the “Fulfilled” category. You can checkout one of the best My Advertising Pays Reviews to learn more about Credit Packs at

How Recycling Works

You might have heard lots of time that “recycling” is great when it comes to Credit Packs, but ever wonder how exactly? Well, let me try to explain. As I mentioned above that a Credit Pack costs $50 and returns $60, profiting you with $10 in your account. In theory, you’re currently out of packs but you can still use the $60 in your account, so what you’re supposed to do is that repurchase another pack for $50 and save up the remaining bucks.

Let’s quick review our account: we’ve 1 Pack with $10 left behind and the recently purchased pack has started its magic and the cash’s rolling in every 20 minutes! As soon as your pack makes another $60, it’ll fade away like an ocean liner. This means we now have $70 in our account — notice how the money is gradually rising? That’s the power of Recycling! To better understand how recycling works, have a look on this video by Frank Calabro Jr:


iPro Academy Review – Can Fred Lam be trusted?

Meet Fred Lam

Fred Lam, the owner of iPro Academy 2.0

Since 2007, Fred Lam has been working in internet marketing business. Many of the biggest companies in the industry has worked with Fred. He isn’t only a great internet marketer, but additionally a good motivational presenter. His name comes in one of the most skilled online marketers in web marketing field.

iPro interactive is an online marketing company owned by him. Many of the biggest companies in the industry has worked with Fred’s company. Bad and good occasions have been faced by Fred in his internet marketing trip.

Fred has worked as a caterer before working as a web marketer. Fred ultimately became an expert internet marketer after working as a dish-washer and chef for many years.

Fred Lam has been involved with LeadsTunnel in the past. It’s a computer software that allows email marketers to become profitable with their projects while increasing sales.

Fred is a Google Adwords Licensed Internet entrepreneur and also Clickbank’s top affiliate. He proceeds to maintain his marketing business and instruct people regarding web marketing. iPro Academy is newest product by Fred Lam.

Inside iPro Academy 2.0

iPro Academy inside

In the last 4 years, the internet marketing industry has drastically changed. Before, those methods that worked greatly, won’t work nowadays.
In reality, some of these techniques can actually trigger bad impact on your ability to succeed.

But iPro Academy is effective in today’s marketing and is entirely updated for 2016. In depth instruction is included inside the system to coach you everything you need to understand about obtaining the traffic.

In the member’s area of iPro Academy 2.0, there are lots of useful modules. Learn to obtain targeted traffic using Google Adwords, Facebook adverts and Bing inside the paid traffic area.

Decrease the expense of using Adwords account by using the strategies taught inside course and produce targeted prospects for cheap.
In the member’s area, Million Dollar Section is also covered. In this section, Fred teaches you everything you need to learn about generating millions on the web in quick and easy to understand modules.

He has also covered Live Training Sessions. These are live classes with Fred himself where he mentors you in person and answer questions you might have. There are a few personal coaches as well inside of iPro Academy.

You can ask any queries to these coaches and they’ll assist you with the program and provide guidance to improve the likelihood of achievement.

There is a non-public community dedicated only to customers of iPro Academy. In this group, you can ask questions with other advertising experts. Somebody will certainly understand your situation and will be able to assist you to undergo with the difficulty.

This isn’t the next community that does not provide any kind of benefit. This particular exclusive community is only accessible by the members of iPro academy. Inside group, you can make a lot of friends and obtain support from a lot of different users along the way.

If you want to learn more about Fred Lam or his training, watch the video below or check out the best iPro Academy 2.0 Review here.

How To Find Expired Domains

Finding expired domain names

Today I’ll be teaching you on how to find good, quality expired domains for building your private blog network. As you may already know that building a PBN is the single most powerful strategy to rank #1 in Google these days. But the question is, how do you find these expired domains with great metrics without spending thousands of dollars in the first place?

Well, In this article I will show you exactly how to do it and completely for free.

The process is pretty simple and straight-forward. Before getting started, I’d like to list down the tools required for the process.

Tools Of The Trade:

  • Majestic Bulk Backlink Tool
  • Bulk Domain Availability Checker
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Xenu
  • Bulk DA / PA checker (If not using Majestic) 
  • Moz Bar
  • Google

I recommend before getting started, download all these tools and have everything in place. Once you’ve done that, simple open up Google. This is where the whole process starts.

Before searching anything, go to “Search Settings >> Advanced Search” and set maximum results to 100 so you get 100 results per page.

Once you’ve saved your preference, go back to Google. Let’s suppose that I want to find domains that are related to guitars. I would like to find a lot of sites that are related to guitars in one way or the other, and they are linking out to other guitar-related sites. To do that, I would simply visit Google and type in something like this:

“Guitar” + inurl:links.html

guitar search example

Notice that I’m only getting sites that are related to “Guitar” and they all have a links.html page. This page consists of many outbound links (OBL) to other guitar-related sites. You might start getting an idea of why I’m searching like this. While most of the domains on the links.html page will be live, some of them will be expired and will be ready to register. We have to dig in and find those hidden gems expired domains.

Okay, so after you’ve done that, simply pull up “Moz Bar” and click “Export SERP analysis to CSV” on the top-left corner. This will save an excel file on your desktop containing all the URL’s. Now you want to go to the next page and do the same process and maybe go to page 3, page 4 and so on until you have a big list of sites.

So, once you’ve downloaded like 3 or 4 excel files, the next step is to open up a notepad document and compile all the 4 excel files into a single (.TXT) document and save it with the name “links.txt” on your desktop.

Now you need to run this list through Xenu. To do that, open up Xenu and go to File >> Check URL list (test) and select links.txt from the menu.

xenu link sleuth

After you have selected the text file, it will start the process and basically start checking all the sites for broken links. It’s gonna take some time to complete, depending on how much sites you have in your links.txt file but you want to wait and let it do it’s thing. Wait until it has no more links left and when you get a message from Xenu that the process finished.

Once Xenu has finished the process, simply go to File >> Export to TAB-separated file and save it as linkstocheck.txt on your desktop.

xenu export option

From here you have to open up Excel or any other spread sheet software and import the linkstocheck.txt file.

To do this in Excel, simply upon up a blank spreadsheet and go to Data >> From Text and select linkstocheck.txt file from the menu. Then hit Enter a bunch of times and this will import all the URL’s with status code into Excel.

Microsoft Excel

After the URL’s have been imported into Excel, you need to filter the websites by “No Such Host” in the status code column. To do that, simply click the “Filter” option, select the drop-down menu under the “Status Code” column. Deselect the “Select All” box and select “No such host” box. This will show all the URL’s that have status code
“No Such Host” which means it’s only showing broken links.

excel filter status code option

From here you will see that a bunch of URL’s in the beginning have a links.html page at the end. Scroll down until you start seeing the actual websites like,, etc. Once you start seeing the actual sites, simply select and scroll all the way down until you select about 500 domains to put in Bulk Domain Availability Checker. I don’t recommend putting more than 500 domains in the tool simply because it crashes and does not work efficiently. Once you’ve selected 500 domains from excel, copy them and paste them in the Bulk Domain Availability Checker tool and click “Check Domains”.

bulk domain availability checker

Once this is done, just click the “Export” button and save the text file as “available_domains.txt”. This will save all the domains that are expired and available to register through any registrar.

So if you have a list of 400 domains, you can go right away register those 400 domains on Godaddy, but the problem is that they need to be spammed check before registration. For this purpose, I use the bulk backlink tool by majestic.

Now copy 150 domains from the available domains list and go to Majestic Bulk Backlink Tool and paste the 150 domains there. Once you start getting data from majestic, simply sort it by “Trust Flow” from highest to lowest and go from there. Once you found a good looking domain, open up another tab and go to and paste the domain in the site explorer and manually spam-check the domain. It should have a good link profile, good anchor profile and at least 10 referring domains. Once you have checked everything and it looks good, head over to and check the history of the domain and make sure it did not turn into a Chinese site over time. Just make sure that the domain has a clean history in

Once you’ve verified everything, the final step is to register the domain. Simply go to Godaddy, Namecheap, 1&1 or any other domain registrar and search for that domain. It will show “Available” and you can purchase it like you would purchase a normal, brand-new domain.

Alright, so this brings to the end of this tutorial. I hope you really enjoyed the article and I did not bore you to death.

Since this is such a tedious process, you might be confused about it. Here’s a video that I found which explains the whole process in much more detail.

Quick Guide to Anchor Text with Percentages

anchor text logo

This is not meant to be a detailed guide about Anchor Text but rather a quick overview of this important element that exists in the SEO universe. Nathan Gotch has written a phenomenal in-depth guide on Anchor Text where he has covered the most thin areas of the concept, so if you want to completely understand it, then I strongly recommend his guide.

Before I start diving into the science, I want you to clear your useless distractions if you have any — log out from your Facebook, she can wait. And mind closing all the unproductive tabs you’ve opened on your browser? Yes, thanks. Now we can start.

Mark my words: if you master the art of Anchor Text optimization then you get 10 times better at SEO, and it’s reality. Anchor Text over-optimization is one of the 50 reasons that may cause you a Google penalty. I see people are always worried about the next Penguin update and I ask myself, “Why is that?” The answer is pretty simple: they suck at Anchor Text optimization.

What is Anchor Text?

It’s the clickable text in a link. As you can see, I inserted two links above and the text which you can see is “50 reasons” and “Penguin update” respectively. So, what’s the use of this “clickable” text? It simply redirects you to a different website. It works just like a signboard telling you the directions.

A simple HTML code is used to create a link, let me give you a nice example:

<a href="">Tea is love</a>

Result: Tea is love

Now you know the definition of Anchor Text and how to create it. That’s some good progress.

Why should I care about it?

That’s a valid question if you ask me. Well, the concept of Anchor Text is directly related with backlinks. So, as long as there are backlinks existing in the SEO world, Anchor Text will definitely matter. And it’s the ultimate game changer.

Anchor Text was kind of a relevancy signal to Google, telling the search engine about the nature or theme of your website. Webmasters used to artificially build links to boost their rankings — it was all about quantity. Things were going cool before the 2012 Penguin update that turned the tables down and hammered countless sites.

In modern SEO, Anchor Text has become one of the best ways to catch sites with low quality, artificial and spammy links. Let’s give you people an example:


Talha owns a sweet little website for weight loss tips. His primary keyword is “How to Lose 10 Pounds” on which he’s trying to rank his site. He builds 100 links with the Anchor Text same as his primary keyword. What does that mean?

It’s not possible for a website to have 100% of its links with the same Anchor Text. So Talha is dumb and gets his site penalized for artificial links. You don’t wanna do that.


Diversification is the key to a successful Link Profile. Basically, you build a backlink, Google indexes it and stores the link in its database and these steps are repeated over and over to form a profile of your links. Now, I’m going to tell you the percentages which are safe and tested by SEO experts without getting their sites penalized.

Branded Anchor Text: 50% 

I hope you’re not asleep yet because the shit is about to get serious. Well, a simple example of branded anchors is the name of your site or brand, e.g. ShoutMeLoud, Amazon, eBay etc. Google wants to see this percentage the most — you want to build a brand, not a website for machines.

Naked Links: 20%

The links that are not covered with the Anchor Text, e.g. — keep their percentage 20%.

Generic Anchors: 20%

Generic anchors are those that include the words “click here” or ”visit it” and the likes. Technically, you can use any word available to keep your link profile as natural as possible. You can keep this percentage 15% or above.

Exact Match Anchors: 1%

IMHO, it’s very unsafe to assign a fixed percentage to Exact Match Anchors (your primary keyword). This should be kept as a last option because the less you use it, the more powerful it becomes. And that’s the thing I love about this specific type of Anchor Text.

Many SEOs recommend keeping Exact Match Anchors between 5%-10% but I believe it’s wrong. Let’s for example use 10% as per the recommendations of SEOs:

  • Website 1: 100 backlinks = 10 exact match anchors (it’s natural and safe)
  • Website 2: 1,000 backlinks = 100 exact match anchors (it’s very rare for 100 people linking with exact match)
  • Website 3: 10,000 backlinks = 1,000 exact match anchors (here comes the Penguin and drills your site)


Now you’ll think twice before assigning a percentage to Anchor Text.

LSI & Partial Match Anchors: 5-9%

LSI is the acronym for Latent Semantic Indexing, which simply means the suggestions you get while searching in Google’s search box. Or in other words, the keywords that are generated by Google. Partial match anchors are the variations of your primary keyword.

Keep their percentages between 5%-9% and you’ll be safe and sound.