It’s not marketing-related, but I can’t not post this link: Executed An Innocent Man? I read that and I’m furious. While our system may be “better than other places” it’s still too freaking corrupt and inept to be considered good. The people who helped kill that man (prosecutors, judge, investigators, governor, parole board, etc.) should […]
Yeehaw! Calling all article marketing aficionados! If you use the Export to File feature in Article Architect to generate web pages from your articles you’re going to love this new feature… …FTP upload. Now when you Export the article you can also specify a web site to upload it to (you can set all your […]
Anybody who’s kept half on eye on me for the last few years has seen me crank out product after product. Some, like Sonic Memo and Article Architect, really took off. Others (that shall remain nameless here) sputtered and coasted to a stop. I’m in the middle of a project where I’m going back and […]
My latest product, Adsense Eliminator, is in pre-launch. [stk_aeshow code=”adsenseeliminator”] If you use Adsense ads on any of your blogs or sites, you MUST look at this. Otherwise you’re losing out on a lot of potential income.
Two to three years ago I surveyed my customers and asked what they needed to be successful in internet marketing. What did they feel was holding them back? The answers were interesting — besides the “more traffic” and “bigger list” answers I suspected would be there, the #1 answer was kind of a surprise. Since […]
Let’s start by looking at two things we can probably all agree on… Here’s axiom #1 — Unless you’re J.P. Gotrocks and outsource everything, you’re going to spend an awful lot of your time creating content for your internet marketing business. Maybe you’ll do it all from scratch, maybe you’ll use some PLR (private label […]
After months and months of weirdness in the admin section of my blog I decided to give up. Wipe it and start over again. So that’s why things look a little, er, bare at the moment. But all the great content of the past will return, as well as more great content in the future. […]
(Written in late 2001…) The last professional show (where I was paid to be there) I did was probably about 1987. That was the year I decided I’d rather be a programmer than a performer. So I packed all my props away and found a job as a computer programmer. I loved programming — in […]