Stuck In The Middle (Updated)

I’ve been the owner of a Kindle Fire for just about 12 hours now so I don’t have a lot of experience, but my initial reaction — overall — is that it’s the wrong size. At the risk of being called a fanboy (or even fanboi) I think Steve Jobs was right about 7″ tablets not being a good size. … Read More

Is That A Computer In Your Pocket…

Laptops are outselling desktop machines (by a huge margin) and tablets (iPads, specifically) are being used to replace laptops by more and more people. I can see a time within a couple years (yeah, that soon) where the only computer most people will need will be an iPhone. Sidebar: Yeah, someone using Android could pull off what I’m suggesting, but … Read More

My Top Internet Marketing Tools

I’ve written a LOT of tools over the years but the ones I use day in and day out are the following (and you’ll notice these are all aimed at creating and promoting products): Article Architect – While I don’t do tons of article marketing anymore (I do it, but it’s very focused — no more shotgun approach for me) … Read More

Article Marketing Explained for Kindle

If there’s one thing I’ve preached in the years I’ve been doing internet marketing it’s to reuse and repurpose the content you create. I’m not a big fan of using PLR materials for much when it’s really pretty easy to create your own content. And once you have that original, unique content, you can put it to use in many … Read More

Coming to the End?

If you’ve followed my blog for very long you know that, for the last several years, I’ve focused on making tools for internet marketers. While it’s been a fun journey, last year I started missing the game development field — that’s how I got started in computer programming back in the 80s. So for the last 6-8 months I’ve been … Read More

What I Hate About Internet Marketing

Today I was reading comments on a blog and came across one that mostly encapsulates what I hate about the whole internet marketing scene: This video presentation is clear and concise. But I must ask one question, where does one start? I purchased your continuity program — great information. But I just don’t know where to start. I’ve studied internet … Read More


Instant Video Web Pages now gives you one more way to share your videos with the world — it now generates QR Codes. If you don’t know why you’d want a QR Code, this feature isn’t for you. But if it comes up in the future, now you’ll know that IVWP already has it in place! 🙂 (Pssst! QR Codes … Read More

Working Lazy

There’s a blog post on a site called Game Dev Nation that’s applicable to internet marketers as much as to programmers: How Being A Lazy Bum Can Be A Good Thing “Working Lazy” is a tactic that all the major marketers practice, whether it’s outsourcing, reusing content, etc. That blog post is less than 500 words in length but well … Read More

New Product Launched

I just launched a new product that will make ZERO splash in the internet marketing world. But that doesn’t bother me because it’s not aimed at those of us in IM. 🙂 Most of the time I say my first product was Sonic Memo, but that’s not technically true. My first product was a set of programming macros called PW … Read More

It’s a Snow Day!

You know, where it snows so much you get to stay home from work/school? Except in this case it’s an Ice Day — so much freezing rain fell overnight that the entire area is shut down. Except, for those of us who work from home, we’re still able to get to the job! (grumble) Tomorrow is launch day for a … Read More