OK so we have dwelled a little on the “psychology” of arbitrage and “buyer
perception of value”; however, crazykala 2.0 review is simply my way of reinforcing the
opportunities that are sitting right in front of you on a daily basis.
Oh and before we move onto the “how-to” and real life case studies, here’s a
MASSIVE opportunity for you right now. I bet you have a discount store in your neighbourhood that sells items for a
few dollars or pounds (depending where you live)?
I also bet there are “other” discount shops either offline or online that offer
brand-name products at knock down prices.
Some people would not be seen dead in stores like these, on the off chance
they were spotted by their “circle of influence” and peer groups.
Here’s the kicker…
Right now, there are items in those crazykala 2.0 review that you can sell and make a good
daily profit from. As I mentioned earlier, arbitrage isn’t new, it’s been around for centuries.
My first foray into “online arbitrage” was back in the good ‘ole days when you
could make a great income from Google adsense.
This was the crazy Google Gold Rush days where you could throw up a site, add
a few strategically placed Google adsense ad blocks and earn a pretty penny.
Heck, even back then my “landing pages” had adsense on them!
My thoughts were, “if the visitor isn’t going to buy what I’m promoting, I may
as well make a few cents when they click on someone else’s ads!”
I know crazy right?
However, it did work and those “pennies” soon added up and covered the cost
of my advertising.
This isn’t the arbitrage example however, nope…
The real arbitrage came from “how” I got visitors to my sites in the first place.
The crazykala 2.0 review was simple…
1) Buy “clicks” from 2nd and 3rd tier search engines such as 7search and MIVA
for around $0.05 cents per click (PPC – Pay Per Click)
2) The person who “clicked” my advert would then be directed to one of my
websites or landing pages.
3) They saw other more attractive ads from Google advertisers and “clicked”
4) I’d earn an adsense commission. I typically made $0.25 per click from Google
adsense, giving me a $0.20 cent profit
All I did was keep feeding the 2nd and 3rd tier search engines and collect a
decent adsense income month in and month out.