Posts Tagged ‘Martin Crumlish’

WSO Launch Code by Martin Crumlish

Tweet This is probably the most packed WSO training of all time. It's certainly the training that's most up-to-date with the 2012 methods that are leading to WSOs selling thousands of copies. WSO Launch Code by Martin Crumlish gives you access to a totally packed training web membership, full of videos, recordings of webinars and other resources. It doesn't matter

Feb 26th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

FB Timeline Skins by Martin Crumlish

Tweet Facebook has recently rolled out a brand new look for all its personal users, and if you're not seeing it yet, you will soon. It's called the Facebook Timeline. Key to the new layout is a huge graphical area (almost a banner across the top of your profile). That's where FB Timeline Skins by Martin Crumlish comes in. Okay,

Dec 21st, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Affpressor by Martin Crumlish

Tweet Creating WordPress blogs for affiliate marketing can be a tiring task, particularly when you want to include high converting offers from the best companies. Not many more, with Affpressor by Martin Crumlish. This is a WordPress plugin designed to help you to quickly add products from the likes of Amazon, Commission Junction and Ebay. Once you've got the Affpressor

Dec 5th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

G+ Offline Arsenal by Martin Crumlish

Tweet G+ Offline Arsenal is no longer available as a WSO – but can still be purchased here   Google+ has been a massive success since launch, but until recently, there was one shortcoming with the service. There was no (legal) way to add a page to promote a business. That's now changed with the launch of Google+ Pages For

Nov 16th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Go-Short.me by Martin Crumlish and Alex Albert

Tweet This WSO Is No Longer Available – See Some Of These Other Quality Fresh WSO Releases   I don't often review software products, but here's a really powerful product which will allow you to set up new sites quickly, as well as promote affiliate offers and gain traffic and exposure. Go-Short.me by Martin Crumlish and Alex Albert is a

Oct 28th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster