Increase Traffic, Make Money, Claim Million Dollar – Million$Dig


The owner of [tag]Million$Dig[/tag] has purchased a review through [tag]ReviewMe[/tag] for his site call Million$Dig. It took me a while before I found the About page of Deepak Dutta who is the owner of this concept of Increase Traffic, Make Money, Claim Million Dollar.

As usual, I am little wary of anything that claims to help us [tag]make money[/tag], what more a million dollar claim? However, it intrigues me how Million$Dig is going to help someone make a million dollar. There has to be some substances or ideas that may work before they can lay claim like that.

So, after spending sometime going through all the pages, I found that this site is taking the smart way in trying to get ahead of the much talkabout [tag]Google pagerank[/tag]. If you have not heard yet, Google is rumoured (or has been it been confirmed?) that they will do away with page rankings in future. Instead, they will implement other ways of rating to determine if a site is good or otherwise.

Therefore, if you are one of the millions of small fishes swimming in the big internet ocean, you need to attach yourself to some sort of float (in this instance, bigger and better know sites). This is where Million$Dig comes in.

It offers Digg like kind of page and also Wiki like kind of traffic pages. One can buy the keyword and a traffic page for USD100 and direct traffic to their sites and also add their affiliate links. Sounds familiar? You bet. But Deepak Dutta said he is not a college kid but an experienced 45 years old chap who have lots of involvement in the [tag]internet[/tag] since decades ago.

If you ask me if I am going to fork out USD100 to buy a traffic page, I will tell you no. This is because I have not earn enough income to spend on this. However, I will do that if I am a risk taker and do not want to be left standing and kicking myself if this takes off. Let’s say my site is all about nanotechnology and I want to rule in that keyword, I wouldn’t mind forking out the money just to be safe. Deepak mentioned that he is sharing 10% profit with members and a grand prize of $1,000,000 in the future.

And now you may ask where does the one million big bucks come from? To find out, I suggest you read them yourself because it is still puzzling to me and I do not wish to misquote. Go over to find out how to earn one million dollar.

Should I remind readers and surfers to Make$ Money$ blog that we cannot make big money unless we take some risks and gamble and yet, we can lose a bit of money if we make the wrong choice. Ultimately, rely on your instinct and evaluate a program properly before investing your money.

Post Author: lilian

5 thoughts on “Increase Traffic, Make Money, Claim Million Dollar – Million$Dig


    (September 20, 2007 - 4:39 pm)

    Very nice blog reviews :) I think Million$Dig should increase his traffic after your review.
    Unluckily I don’t have $60 to pay you to review my new blog….

    –blog for dream–


    (September 20, 2007 - 7:14 pm)

    I have read somewhere about Google is going to do away with pageranking..Eager to know what’s next..

    Deepak Dutta

    (September 20, 2007 - 11:04 pm)

    Lillian, Thanks for your honest opinions. I will take your advice and put my profile on a menu link and explain a little bit more how somebody will win a million dollar.

    The Million$Dig site is a small part of a larger patent pending ideas that involve multiple servers, user generated contents, and machine learning techniques like swarm intelligence, neural network, and reinforcement learning to match advertisers with contents (not the same as contextual ad). I applied for a provisional patent because I know some of the big players will implement this kind of stuff in the future to attract advertisers.

    Million$Dig is a simplification of that idea because that is what I can afford now.

    Yes, I started in Internet business even before the advent of the Web using Usenet Groups.

    A classified site I own is 10 years old and it generates very good income for me.

    Honestly, I did not care much about online marketing and creating buzz about my sites. I always wanted to provide values to visitors and advertisers of my sites, unlike other million dollar sites which are full of ad pixels and pages. I don’t believe people visit a site to look at a page full of pixels or some random page of a site.

    […] 1) You get a comment from the advertisers that they are happy with your review. Lillian, Thanks for your honest opinions. (million$dig’s comment) […]


    (September 23, 2007 - 2:24 am)

    I am a little skeptical of this one.

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