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Nine Ways to get on Frank Schilling’s Internet Traffic list


Everyone seems to be ranting and raving about the initiative that uber-domainer, Frank Schilling, has taken with regards to advertising feeds.

Frank – a no-nonsense guy – has been able to get a direct Google feed; something that in other times would be akin to being knighted by the King or Queen of England!

So what can you do as a domainer to reap the benefits of using that feed?

Here are the top 9 ways to get on Frank Schilling’s domain traffic list, to be seen as a ‘tongue in cheek’ approach, of course 🙂

  • Sell your crap domains – then register dot .com domains with “direct traffic” only. That means, invent a time machine.
  • If you only have 10 domains, register or buy 4,990 more to meet the joining threshold.
  • Call up Rick Schwartz and ask for the “Frank Pass”; it’s the most coveted item for domainers right now.
  • Find out exactly which PPC company Rick Schwartz is talking about, then provide their Swiss bank account details.
  • Save Frank’s life from choking on a non-pitted martini olive with a Heimlich maneuver, during TRAFFIC Ft. Lauderdale
  • Hire a hacker who will create an account for unlimited use at InternetTraffic.com
  • Call up Frank Schilling on the phone and pretend you are Mike Berkens; then ask for a free test account.
  • Call up Frank again and this time pretend you are really John Berryhill playing a trick as Mike Berkens. When Frank laughs, ask for a free test account.
  • Contact TMZ about how you’re Frank’s long lost brother. Be prepared to provide Photoshopped images from your childhood together.

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2 Responses to “Nine Ways to get on Frank Schilling’s Internet Traffic list”
  1. BullS says:

    Is Daryl part of Frank’s team now?

    Only 2 people in this world meet Frank’s requirements..that why Judgement day should be here sooner than later.

  2. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Bulls – I’m going to apply tomorrow! 😀

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