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Archive for the ‘ Craigslist Marketing ’ Category

The art of online arbitrage for evergreen profits #ad

In 2013, a ground-breaking training program was released called Arbitrage Underdog. It let enterprising marketers become “middlemen” helping people on Craig’s List that were looking for help with a computer, online or other tech problem (and a number of non-tech problems, too) solve their problems, and earn a nice fee in the process. The core […]

Arbitrage Underdog Evergreen: What is arbitrage, anyway? #ad

Arbitrage is a technique often used in many busy marketplaces. The stock market and commodities market, for example, are filled with people (referred to as arbitrageurs) who practice arbitrage as a way of earning a living. In arbitrage, you seek a commodity or service that is in high demand in one marketplace but is available […]

Use Arbitrage to build a profitable online service business #ad

In 2013, Arbitrage Underdog was released to marketers around the world. Now, it has been enhanced (they call it “reloaded”) with new capabilities and works even faster and provides better results than ever before. The strategy in this software is to find people looking for help on Craigslist.com; then find people offering that service on […]

Arbitrage Underdog Reloaded: Connect service seekers with service providers #ad

This is the latest version of Arbitrage Underdog, released a year ago. Arbitrage Underdog Reloaded is the only software of its kind. It pulls service requests directly from Craigslist (and, in this newest version, it also searches several other sites). By scouring these databases of people looking for help in some technical jobs, it produces […]