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How to make tons of facebook pics instantly!

How to make tons of facebook pics instantly!

May 2, 2011

There is a pretty nice way of being able to make tons of images for facbook really fast. When you open up photoshop create the size that facebook allows max, which is 80×110. From there add the images that you want creating a new layer each time as you go. From there resize each image so it only shows what you want it to in your ads. Now just follow the instructions below and it will output every layer to its own images quickly and automatically. Wallah now you were able to create a mass amount of facebook images for your dating, game apps, or any other fb campaigns you are running.   You can export and save layers as individual files using a variety of formats, including PSD, BMP, JPEG, PDF, Targa, and TIFF. Layers are named automatically as they are saved. You can set options to control the generation of names. Choose File > Scripts > Export Layers To Files. In the Export Layers To Files dialog box, under Destination, click Browse to select a destination for the exported files. By default, the generated files are saved in the sample folder as the source file. Enter a name in the File Name Prefix text box to specify a common name for the files. Select the Visible Layers Only option if you want to export only those layers that have visibility enabled in the Layers palette. Use this option if you don’t want all the layers exported. Turn off visibility for layers that you don’t want exported. Choose a file format from the File Type menu. Set options as necessary. Select the Include ICC Profile option if you want the working space profile embedded in the exported file. This is important for color-managed workflows. Click Run.  ...

StackThatMoney Forum and what its worth to you.

StackThatMoney Forum and what its worth to you.

May 2, 2011

A bit ago Jordan sent out an email saying that there were a couple spots that opened up on his private affiliate forum and I decided to check it out and see what was going on there. I’m a member of a couple private forums for affiliates where we share info but for this post I’m going to focus on StackThatMoney’s private paid forum. Well I have been signed up to jordan’s aka stackthatmoney’s forum for a couple weeks now and I must say its one of the best resources I’ve come across in a private paid aff forum. The forum is filled with tons of useful info for the beginner and the seasoned marketer such as myself. I’ve known about his forums for a while and just recently was able to get into the forums as a member and contributing member. Among the various members Jordan and other individuals share info and ideas. Topics in the forums range from well documented case studies and traffic sources, to better techniques and ways to attack campaigns. A Lot of the topics in the forums covers facebook but there are also guides and studies for ppv. I must say its definitely a forum where everyone contributes. Different ideas are discussed and everyone is very open in sharing their results and how much they made on their campaigns. The thing is there is always room to somehow squeeze out more from someone elses campaign. These forums aren’t about just copying a campaign and making money, its about teaching a man how to fish, not giving him one for a day. When more spots open up be sure to grab one, I highly recommend...

A4D meetup was a complete success…. Pics from the meetup.

A4D meetup was a complete success…. Pics from the meetup.

Mar 28, 2010

The A4D meetup was a complete success and a great time was had by all. It was a nice time to get together with old and new affiliates who I haven’t seen in a while. It was defiantly worth the trip. Many topics were covered from Facebook and PPV to cloaking and legal advice. Below are the pics I took while there. It was nice to see all of you again. I wish it was longer but we have Adtech next month for that. I think the single thing that everyone wrote down was when the lawyer gave out his number...

If Facebook’s ever changing tos isn’t bad enough…..

If Facebook’s ever changing tos isn’t bad enough…..

Mar 18, 2010

I’ve come to learn through one of my good friends, who works at the college I graduated from, that their new web security appliance not only filters content like torrents and illegal downloads but it is now filtering all Facebook advertisements.  I know that alot of income that comes from those of us who advertise on Facebook comes from individuals in schools, colleges, and universities across the country. College students can be some of the most profitable traffic when it comes to Facebook if you angle it right. So now in the midst of Facebook doing away with the “Free” offers you see on the adbar mentioning free ipads, iphones, macbooks, etc some colleges are looking to blocking this content. Now the question is if the user clicks on the ad and is redirected to a page with the message below like my my alma mater do you get charged to the click? Something to think about. The website or link you are trying to access contains malware or a virus and has been blocked. *********** Employees and Students, please proceed to the********************************* for more information on safe computing. Contained in the ITS Department Site is a page dedicated to ******************************* Instance Information: Your IP: undefined Target Site: undefined Block Code: undefined...

Riley Pool dickrolls/meatspins the facebook ad review team lol

Riley Pool dickrolls/meatspins the facebook ad review team lol

Mar 8, 2010

Riley Pool, an affiliate marketer and friend, got an interesting email from his facebook am and the ad review team over at facebook. Apparently he has the dickroll flash on the main index of his tracking domain or redirecting to makemoniesonline.  There have been plenty of times that I felt like dickrolling the review team for stupid reasons and what not but this is just hilarious. Somtimes the ad review team just deserves it. I’ve had ads that were disapproved saying that there was inappropriate language in the ad text when what it ended up being was that the persons age was in the title of the ad.  Just a fair warning whatever you do don’t visit the url below I warned you. Hi Riley, I work on the Ad Review team here at Facebook. I’d like to explain that when ads are submitted in large batches with different URLs, our system displays the root domain. In this case, the default is your index page which, at this time, features pornography. Our users never see this page, and we only see it as part of the way our system matches ads with landing pages. While you are by no means required to change this page, we’d greatly appreciate if you altered the content as a courtesy. Since we do review your ads on a regular basis, we are subject to this video. We apologize for any confusion. Thanks, Molly Online Sales Operations Facebook —–Original Message to Facebook—– From: Riley Pool () To: The Facebook Team Subject: Re: Pornography on tracking page You nor your users should ever see that page. And since I have unauthorized people trying to access that page and trying to fraudulently hack my tracking system I have my TLD redirected to that page. I monitor all traffic to that page in an attempt to track down these people who are trying to hack my tracking server so I would apreciate it if you don’t ever visit my main index page. Sent from my iPhone On Mar 8, 2010, at 12:14 PM, Facebook Affiliate Team <affiliates+0o7fw72@support.facebook.com> wrote: >Hi Riley, > >The pornography on your tracking page (http://makemoniesonline.com) has caught the attention...