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Archive for February, 2011

The Infinite E-book Project

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

For my next moneymaking venture, I think I’m going to write an e-book about how to make money online.

I will then upload it to my website and attempt to monetize it by driving targeted traffic to the sales page and convert those visitors into sales.

When people buy the e-book and read if for the first time, I will suggest to them that they should write an e-book about how to make money online.

They should then upload their e-book to their website and attempt to monetize it by driving targeted traffic to the sales page and convert those visitors into sales.

Goodbye (SEO) Columbus

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Most search marketers are aware of the awesome power of social media as a check upon predatory behavior (for any and all stupid acts tend to be presented to the entire community for comment / censure/ ridicule).  However, there are a few members of the community that are too thick-headed to realize that community wrath can become a very personal problem if they act inappropriately.

One of my social media friends is Mike Halvorsen, who does search engine optimization in Columbus Ohio.  He has earned a top Google ranking for the search terms “SEO Columbus”, a very relevant generic search phrase for his professional services. 

The Quiet One

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

“You’ve got nothing to hear
I’ve got nothing to say…” The Who

Folks who have hung out with me for any period of time know that I’m not the most verbal person around. I’m quite comfortable with saying very little in a group setting and when I do speak, I’m very succinct as if I were being charged for each word used. It’s not that I’m against conversation…I’m just wired to listen much more than talk. And, while I’m totally comfortable working a networking event and chatting with total strangers, doing so tires me out just as much (if not more so) than the most vigorous workout that I might ever do at the gym.


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