Archive | May, 2007

Yaro’s Blog Mastermind Blueprint

31 May 2007

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I have followed Yaro’s Entrepreneur’s Journey blog for the past couple of years. Even though he started his blog a little time after mine, it didn’t take long for him to become one of the most popular Australian blogs. Yaro has finally put together a blog mentoring program. I know he has been working on […]

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The long term value of websites

31 May 2007

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Like or not, Google is only strengthening its position as the world’s leading search engine. Google’s engineers are constantly trying to improve its search engine results. One of the directions it is heading in I believe, is creating a trust value for all websites. Sites with a higher trust value will tend to achieve higher […]

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Returning to work after a holiday

27 May 2007

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Holidays are great. I know that when I was working, I had a calendar on my desk and whenever I had a holiday coming up I used to mark off each day. As I sat talking on the phone listening to problems and complaints (I used to do helpdesk support) I looked at that calendar […]

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Travel to develop your internet business

25 May 2007

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Travel is usually associated with leisure and anything but work, but if you are developing an internet business, it can be possible to combine the two and even improve your financial situation and build your business at the same time. This idea is not going to work for everyone, especially if you have children, but […]

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Tips for buying a domain that has already been registered

24 May 2007

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You have come up with the perfect name for your website, you go to register it only to find it is already taken. You could go with the .net, .org or .us, but it is never going to be like having the .com. You open a web browser, type in the domain and you get […]

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Someone is interested in one of my domain

23 May 2007

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I received an email from someone interested in purchasing a domain I bought last year. I had kind of forgotten about the domain, as own at least 100 domains and haven’t gotten around to building a site yet. They have a business using the country extension of the domain and want to buy the .com. […]

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What we can learn from the facing foreclosure site

22 May 2007

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Last night while traveling on the overnight bus from Nha Trang to Hoi An in Vietnam, I listened to the latest podcast from the iamfacingforeclosure site. I must admit that I am fascinated by Casey’s story and judging by the people calling in to the podcast, I am not the only one. I don’t want […]

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What’s with all of these review posts?

21 May 2007

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I have been doing a few Linkworth and ReviewMe paid posts the last couple of weeks. I haven’t received any reactions from readers which leaves me to think that people don’t mind one way or the other. Perhaps if I had thousands of readers I would get a bigger reaction. I feel a little guilty […]

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Cancun website review

20 May 2007

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Disclosure: The following is a paid review for linkworth.com Once a deserted strip of land, Cancun, Mexico has been built into a beach lover’s paradise. Mile after mile of modern luxury hotels offer everything the dedicated beach goer could want. Add the ritual of sunset drinks, follow up with dinner on an outdoor terrace, and […]

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Melbourne blogger meet up

18 May 2007

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Darren Rowse of problogger.net is hosting a blog meet up in Melbourne. Since I am currently in Vietnam I won’t be able to attend this meeting, but I signed up to the group. Click here to check outThe Melbourne Weblogger Meetup Group!

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