Script Smart Update v3.02 and Automatic Niche Profits v3.0

December 2, 2008 on 5:21 pm | In General, Script Smart | 3 Comments

I would have made a video for this post, but I’m really sick and can hardly talk, so rather than wait any longer I’ll just write it all down.

Lots of changes afoot with my business at the moment. I’m ramping up to roll out 3 more products in the coming 3 months. I’ve been busy working away in the background. I’ve employed a full time web developer just to keep up and get things out the door.

Adobe AIRFor now I’ll keep it short and let you know that there is new version of Script Smart. Version 3 is live but the website sales letter is still to be updated. The download page let’s you get access to it. This has been rebuilt from the ground up using a new software environment called Adobe AIR which allows Script Smart to now run on Windows and MAC and Linux. How awesome is that!

Ed Dale of 30DayChallenge fame, mentioned offhand that 50% of internet marketers were using MACs now. I know Ed Dale likes his statistics but I think we’d need a bit of proof on that one. I should twitter him.

I’ve released the new version 3 of Script Smart to all the current full license owners and the response has been great.

While I’m talking about version 3 products, that will segway me into another version 3 product. Paul Kleinmeulman’s just released Automatic Niche Profits 3.0

I met Paul back in 2006 at my first World Internet Summit and he coached me through my first version of Script Smart and getting it to market. I also have a joint product with Paul called Affiliate Page Pro. In fact Paul’s affiliate page for Automatic Niche Profits was generated with Affiliate Page Pro.

Paul’s claim to fame has always been his top notch PLR (private label rights) membership. So he’s breaking ground yet again and has come up with a points system to allow you full control over your membership and what you get from it.

I personally don’t use PLR, my online business model is software, and instructional training videos to go along with web applications. But I know that the fastest way to get started on the internet is to use PLR and if I was going to do that I’d go with Paul’s Automatic Niche Profits.

If you do buy ANP3.0 please drop me a comment on this post and let me know good or bad what you think of it. That’s the power of web 2.0, user feedback.

Talk soon
Aaron

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  1. Hi Aarron,
    Hope you are well

    Have not heard from you for a very long time.
    Sorry to here you have been unwell.
    Hope you get well soon.

    Look forward to your new products.

    By the way I love Pauls Products.
    Although I am not a member now – I was when it first started and the products are superb .
    In fact I still have some of those original products from few years ago chugging away without any promotions.

    Take care

    Hamant
    By the way The New Adobe Air Version looks fantastic.
    I know quite a few software operators have moved over to that platform – just seems to be so much more stable and pleasing to use.
    First time I cam across it was the Market Samurai Project

    Take care

    Comment by Hamant Keval — December 2, 2008 #

  2. That data was straight from browser stats off thirty day challenge. We are on the high side. Stompernet is at 18percent but growing fast.

    One in every two computers sold over 1000 dollars is now an apple. The Air platform is the smart play for developers in this space look at the massive success of Market Samurai

    Ed

    Comment by Ed Dale — December 3, 2008 #

  3. @Hamant thanks for your kind thoughts. I use Market Samurai daily, great product. I’ll have to do a review of it.

    @Ed thanks for the jumping in with backing up those stats. It’s always irked me that when you make software you have to choose a platform. Adobe AIR is a game changer (to use your vanacular). Much better than Microsoft Silverlight.

    Thanks
    Aaron

    Comment by Aaron Dwyer — December 3, 2008 #

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