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Options for creating your own social network

14 December 2007

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This year really has been about social networks. Blogging, forums, personal webpages, groups and information sharing have all started to merge. Of course Facebook has dominated the space this year, but with privacy concerns becoming an issue, people might start looking for alternatives in the new year. I would expect lots of niche social networks […]

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More on hub pages

8 November 2007

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I have written about hub pages before. I took a bit of a break from the site and then have come back again to it recently. I had a feeling that it was hard to get traffic to the sites you create, then I saw this post. The fun thing I like about the site, […]

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Two great new blogs to check out

26 October 2007

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In a world of thousand dollar ebooks and membership sites, it is nice to find people offering no nonense, BS-free tips and advice for making money online. Financial Hack As the author says on his about page: You probably don’t know my name. You have likely never heard of any of my websites or blogs. […]

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Madville

13 October 2007

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One website which sent me a bit of traffic when I had a big spike in traffic was Madville.com. I had never heard of the site, but it looks like you can submit a link and if it is accepted it stays on the front page for a day. I just submitted a post from […]

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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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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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Facebook and the 30 day challenge

30 July 2007

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I just finished watching Ed’s video on Facebook for the thirty day challenge. I was intending to send a friend invite just to the people in my team but before I knew what I was doing I sent an invite to all 400 contacts in my address book. It’s not too bad in a way, […]

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Anyone using Twitter?

3 June 2007

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I keep hearing things about Twitter but still not sure what it is all about even after signing up. You kind of get the feeling that people are starting these companies just to get bought out by Google/Yahoo/Microsoft.

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Doing business in your bathrobe

29 January 2007

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February 12th marks the 5th annual “Doing business in your bathrobe” day. The day was created by Webmomz and they describe it as: “It’s an internationally national holiday to call attention to the millions of home business owners who have waved goodbye to the corporate rat race and settled into a better quality of life. […]

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Bum marketing

22 January 2007

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I have been concentrating so much lately on creating new sites, I haven’t been looking into ways to promote my existing ones. I often fall into this habit, but I know I have spend some time every day on getting links and promoting my existing sites to increase my income. I have read a little […]

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