Archive | September, 2007

The journey begins

25 September 2007

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I am in China now to work on my Olympic project. I can’t stop thinking of different ideas to try and implement. It is exciting to feel that for the first time in six months I am actually traveling for a real purpose, related to one of my websites. I also had to use my […]

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Emini trading review

24 September 2007

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Sponsored review: The emini trading system is advertised as a cheap and reliable trading system based on the S&P 500, created by Todd Mictchell. They offer a free audio CD, some lessons and information on the E-mini trading system, which is a great way to take a preview of emini trading before you make a […]

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Providing content for other websites

23 September 2007

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I have been going a bit mad with Hubpages, writing more articles than I normally would with my websites. I suppose that in some way I am restricted on the themes I can write articles for on my websites and after a while it is easy to get stale. With a site like hubpages, you […]

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Why I didn’t join blogrush

21 September 2007

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Nothing against John Reese who is an unbelievable marketer, but is anyone else getting sick of these programs getting pushed by the top bloggers, just to see who can get the most number of referrals? It seems like you probably just need to send an email to Yaro Starak, Shoemoney, John Chow and Darren Rowse […]

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It’s raining, I’m bored

16 September 2007

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It has rained non-stop today and pretty much off and on the last few days, since the earthquake in Indonesia. Someone suggested here (Langkawi) that the earthquake could have upset the weather conditions. I have done quite a bit of work today write articles and updating some sites. I came across Deal Dot Com which […]

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One thing I learnt from the 30 Day Challenge

16 September 2007

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Once thing which really got me thinking about the 30 Day Challenge is that if you have a new idea for a website, you don’t necessarily have to go out and purchase a new domain for it. There are services like Squidoo that allow you to set up your own one page website. I have […]

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My milliondollarwiki page

14 September 2007

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After reading about the milliondollarwiki on John Chow and Shoemoney’s blog, I couldn’t resist buying a page as an experiment. I actually considered buying a page a while ago but because they didn’t accept Paypal, I gave them a miss. I even wrote to the owner saying I would only buy a page if they […]

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When every day is a weekend

13 September 2007

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I guy from Belgium I had been out drinking with a couple of times who is currently on a year’s leave of absence from his job said to me, “everday feels like a weekend”. This is one of the nice things about working while traveling, but it can be difficult at times. Everyone around you […]

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Travel and technology

10 September 2007

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I remember seeing television programs on how in the future we could put on goggles and gloves and we could travel to exotic destinations without leaving your arm chair. Not surprisingly I don’t think there is any way technology would ever stop people wanting to visit an actual destination. However, technology has definitely changed how […]

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Get hundreds of links to your site

10 September 2007

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I recently wrote about ways to get links to your site. It is a painstaking effort trying to get links by emailing webmasters and submitting to directories. I suppose I was fortunate enough that a couple of people responded to my email and added my site. I am doing it for my next big project […]

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