Million Dollar Homepage Copycat Responds to 'Lazy Copycat' Blogger

Share Article owner, Allen Hogan, is dropping the copycat name. Plans to differentiate his site from the pack begin to take shape as creativity and exposure garnish the spotlight. owner Allen Hogan was once known as a copycat or a ‘lazy copycat’ as was written by one blogger. No longer will this be the case. Starting with this press release, Mr. Hogan will differentiate himself from the pack. According to a Washington Post article, Alex Tew spoke about copycat sites. He says "I like the ones that put a twist on it and improve the idea." This is exactly what Mr. Hogan plans to do.

The twists and idea improvements are coming very soon. Over the course of the year 2006, there will be at least 52 articles, interviews and/or press releases referencing his site. He guarantees it or the advertisers will get their money back. “If I have to do 52 press releases to make this happen, I will” says Mr. Hogan. He believes exposure and creativity are the keys to success. That’s how Alex Tew did it.

“To be successful, you have to study success” says Mr. Hogan. As a matter of fact, he’s studied pixel successes and failures. You can learn all about it in his soon to be released Pixel Profit Secrets e-book at “That will be press release number 3” he says.

Mr. Hogan says he has a plan. “I definitely have a bag of goodies that will cause me to have to drop the 'copycat' nickname. There are things I will do that no one else has done.” He hints that one idea involves the Wall Street Journal. Excitedly he says “Everybody on the net will have an opportunity to make money with my site, so buy early.”

Starting today, I am no longer a copycat. The blogger who anonymously wrote ‘lazy copycat’ also ended his comment by saying “Good luck with your great idea!”


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