Yanik Silver An Internet Marketing Newbie?

Click here to download the interview.

Have you ever had the feeling that you’ve arrived late to the party? Maybe you’ve felt like all the good ideas have been taken? Maybe next time you’ll be there early enough to grab some of the “easy money”? Rest assured you’re in good company.

When Yanik Silver first started that’s how he felt. Today he’s considered by many to be a pioneer in the internet marketing industry. Teaching all skill levels from internet marketing newbie to hardened IM experts, Yanik now has more products than you can poke a stick at.

And, the guy who once felt like a late starter, earns more money than most would ever need and lives an enviable lifestyle. If you want to see what I mean just check out his blog:  www.internetlifestyle.com

But before you check out his website… I wanted to share with you a recent interview I arranged with the man himself. Thanks goes to Chasity Jenkins, Yanik’s right hand woman, who helped ensure went smoothly and who also shared a thing or two about Yanik even before the interview.

I think the Yanik Silver interview went really well and I asked a whole bunch of questions including:

– How do you get started building an online information marking empire?
– What are the best ways to use public domain works?
– Should you go wide over multiple niches or deep into just one?
– What’s the quickest way to drive traffic?
– How to do you “banish the ordinary”?

And a few others… but anyway, best thing you can do is click here to download the interview now.

Your SEO Coach,

David Jenyns

Ps. Like what you heard? Follow me on twitter and I’ll keep you up to date will more free interviews. And remember to share it with your friends and internet marketing newbies 🙂

PPs. Sorry for the delay in getting this one out… it got caught in the “Dave’s about to go on a one month holiday” black hole.

Posted on September 3, 2010 in Internet Marketing, Interviews

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Responses (7)

  1. Greg
    October 11, 2010 at 3:52 am · Reply

    Definitely not good that it got caught in your black hole but a great interview nonetheless… (there are just so many Aussie one-liners that spring to mind here…)
    Looking forward to grabbing your SEO course like what I am seeing… I have followed you on twitter…

  2. David Jenyns
    October 21, 2010 at 5:25 am · Reply

    Hehehe… thanks Greg. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help.

    Your SEO Coach,
    David Jenyns

  3. MJ
    December 2, 2010 at 9:08 am · Reply

    I’m thinking of packaging a number of public domain works into an ebook series. But these are of different topics / niches. What do you think? Should I focus on just one niche and sell an ebook within that niche or aim for a bigger scope through a collection of ebooks? I’m not sure if the latter would make good business.

    Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

  4. Estrelita
    January 14, 2011 at 8:54 pm · Reply


    Trying to download your interview with Yanik Silver but so far, no success.


  5. David Jenyns
    January 15, 2011 at 2:29 am · Reply

    Hey Estrelita,

    That seems strange… seems to work at this end. Try the direct link to the download: http://www.davidjenyns.com/interviews/yanik-silver.mp3

    Cut and paste it into your browser and if you’re still having trouble let me know.

    Your SEO Coach,

  6. Lia
    February 2, 2011 at 3:38 pm · Reply

    I didn’t know that you can make a lot of money out of public domain books. Is this Yanik’s original idea? If yes, then he’s a genius! 🙂

    I also feel that I’ve arrived late to the party but I still have high hopes that I can make something out of my own ideas. That’s why I’m reading this blog (among others) so I can get as much info as I can. Talk about info overload. But I’m all up to it.

  7. Terry
    July 15, 2011 at 5:42 am · Reply

    Arriving late…Dave, do you think there’s still something more for newbies or internet marketer wannabe at this point in time?
    After hearing this interview, I’m already sold to the idea that information technology/information products is where the money is. I have always thought that it is the traditional businesses that really works.
    And I am more surprised that you guys are generous in sharing your ideas. I thank you both for that. (“,)

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