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Dalai Lama
Aug 172010

argan oil reviewsI am certainly not in the know about beauty treatments but after a very good recommendation from a friend to my Wife I just had to share the results I have had with Organic Argan Oil for Skin problems. It came about after she had been recommended it by a friend who had terrible acne problems.

Wow! Is all that I can say. Before I tell you just how amazing this product is I want you to take a look at the great prices I found on Amazon, I couldn’t believe it. It costs over $100 dollars in the beauty department near to where I live.

Moroccan Argan Oil – 100% Organic – Spa Quality

I couldn’t believe my luck when I found out how cheaply I could buy it, they even shipped it direct to my trailer and the delivery guy was really friendly.

Argan Oil Review

I have had terrible problems with acne scars for years and nothing seemed to work. But I followed the advice of my wife’s friend and massaged the oil in to the skin where the problems were and I also simply used it to massage my whole face and neck too.

In a month the difference using Argan Oil was amazing. I did not know there was an answer to the question

“How to get rid of acne scars”

But this really did help a lot. It has also really improved the quality of my skin and has evened out wrinkles so much they seem like they may actually disappear. Of course, this has taken a month and there is no way that it is an overnight cure but for the low price and the great effects I won’t be giving up on it any time soon.

Anyway, I hope this has helped, I am only doing this as a favor to my wife as I am not really one for writing much. But I just had to tell you about organic Argan oil for the face.






So, nice and concise, totally made up but nothing offensive.

A link to the REAL cheapest place to buy. Results that others have had with this product are similar.

A slightly different take on the traditional, buy this it’s cheap type stuff we all write.

Something that makes the reader feel personally involved.

Not pushy, just telling a little story that we all like to read.

Gives a recommendation.

Has a H2.

All affiliate links nofollow, including image.

Catchy title when you hover over the image.

Italics which I think help in results.

Link to an authority site within the post, but not where it can be bought. And after your call to action.

And that is how to Scooby Dooby Doo it. Ten minutes and away we go.

p.s Oh yeah, don’t be lazy, get your own bloody ideas!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My niche, my niche, my niche. OK?

  20 Responses to “Organic Argan Oil For Skin”

  1. Most kick-assโ€“concise post ever.
    You and your lady sure have a way with words.

    Griz would be proud. And so would the Dalai Lama.

    Funny as I was just about to begin writing a couple of hundred buying articles to support my large reviews. Thank you for the early Christmas.

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Wishal, the Dalai Lama he love me. See how many people he has sent to sign up to my feed? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    You keep your hands off my niche, if I can’t trust you guys to play nice and keep it in the family then I will just post reviews of E-Books and tell you how great they all are.

    How’s about ‘dem eggs?

    And hey, don’t forget to buy the Argan Oil. It is actually a very good product, and that is the truth for all you dry haired, never see the sunlight, spotty IM’ers out there.

    Ooh, marketing to people who never even knew they wanted a product in the first place, whoever thought of that idea? ‘Tis where the money is at if I could think of an idea to do it.


  2. I see you found Finch’s blog. He tells it like it is just like you do only from a PPC perspective.

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Seth, Finch has some great stuff and it is well written too, which is a real rarity. Can’t say I understand a lot of it but I definitely feel like it may be where the REAL money is at if I had the patience to work that kind of stuff out. Don’t know if my addled brain can handle it though.

  3. Did you know that Argan tree can only be found in Morocco? Actually, I have a pure gallon of it fresh shipped from the source that I use for cooking. (And sometimes apply to my skin ๐Ÿ™‚

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Youssef, you want to get selling it you could make some good money.

  4. Finch? Pray do tell!

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:


    There is a whole other world out there of people making thousands and thousands a day on Facebook. I am definitely in the wrong game.

  5. …I’ve knocked out several of these in under 1 hour…with the help of Dragon Naturally Speaking, I can do about one (1) 400-500 word review in 4-5 minutes.

    …after that….well you know the story… ๐Ÿ™‚

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Yolanda that is quick. I didn’t realize the software was so fast. But my good lady did confirm yesterday they yes, she will hit me over the head with my laptop if I even consider using it.

  6. Now why did you have to link to that blog. I see lots of good stuff on there, and here I am trying to spend less time reading…

  7. BTW, you should put your UK Amazon link under the US one at the bottom!

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Cat, no one in the UK ever seems to want to buy my stuff. Poor me. I have read quite a bit of Finch’s stuff now and it is very interesting. Don’t know if I could get my head around it though. And the peeps doing that kind of work spend a lot of hours on it, makes my work day seem like a joke.

  8. Dave,

    It’s pretty fast. But I’ve spent hours (over the course of several weeks) training the software to recognize my voice and various phrases, etc.

    Because I work from home, preventing carpel tunnel (which I had to wear braces for about 7 years ago) is necessary! With DNS, I can just pop on my headphones/microphone headset and talk away. It makes rambling so much easier and faster. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. What cream has worked good for you to clear your acne overnight?

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Ha ha, gotta love the spammers.

    Um, I use Argan Oil, don’t you know.

  10. Dave,

    Regarding Amazon. How many clicks through to Amazon does it take for you to decide whether it is a niche worth pursuing or not?

    As an example: You have a site, it is getting about 1000 uniques a month, and getting maybe around 700 click throughs to Amazon but it has a really low conversion rate. Do you continue to work on the site with some tweaks or do you say forget it and move on?

    I think many of us run into this situation and wonder if we should continue or get the hell out of dodge and move on.

    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Dump it Dude and get on to the next. This is exactly part of what me and the good lady were talking about last night. Narrow it right down to the best converting, easiest to rank sites and blast them. If that means you make all your money from 1 site or even 1 Hub so be it. Get new hosting and repeat the process for your best performing stuff.

    Rank a Hub, get a double listing and dominate the whole front page and work any good site so hard that you feel sick of the sight of it.

    If the low converting site picks up at a certain seasonal time then work it then but don’t flog a dead horse.

  11. Dave,

    If your good lady doesn’t allow you to use Dragon Naturally Speaking, then perhaps you ought to give this a shot!


    Vote -1 Vote +1Dave Reply:

    Blackthorne that would be VERY cool.

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