Archive for November, 2006

Get Free Eyeball-Grabbing Graphics To Boost Your Sales

I am pleasantly surprised to find out that Brent I. Turner, a highly sought-after internet marketing graphic designer whose portfolio of clients include Mike Filsaime, Willie Crawford, to name a few, has an offer up for grabs.
When I wrote “Boost Your Conversion Rates with Attention-Grabbing Graphics“, I spoke about strategically placing persuasive graphics at key […]

Yaro Starak Is Starting A School!

I recently visited Entrepreneur’s Journey, a blog managed by young Australian entrepreneur Yaro Starak. Like fellow counterpart Darren Rowse, he makes his income primarily from the internet and has written more than a handful of articles from making money online to building a successful internet presence to small business branding. Although this is not the […]

Google Has A New Toy - Website Optimizer

The good people at Google has launched a new toy for Adwords advertisers to improve the effectiveness of their landing page. Called Website Optimizer, this niffy tool allows you to test different versions of your landing page, and which one provides a higher conversion rate among visitors. The idea behind this, is to give visitors […]

Cultivating Good Sleeping Habits & Increasing Productivity

Pardon me for the disappearing act during the weekend. I was running a tight schedule, and on numerous occasions, feel that 24 hours is not sufficient to make a day. And since I spend at least 8 to 10 hours recuperating each night, my productive time is limited to a mere 14 hours the very […]

Boost Your Conversion Rates With Attention-Grabbing Graphics

While a convincing sales letter would do wonders to your conversion rates, another effective way to boost your sales would be to use stunning and attention-grabbing graphics in your persuasive sales copy. High profile marketers use this most often to capture the attention of their visitors by strategically placing these graphics at places where they […]

StumbleUpon Could Be Acquired For US$50 Million

Rapidly growing social bookmarking site StumbleUpon is rumored to have presented itself up for acquisition at a hefty price tag of US$50 million. Looks like Digg is not the only startup to be engaged in acquistion talks.
But as a user to both bookmarking sites, I would consider StumbleUpon more appealing. Unlike Digg or Delicious, […]

An Early Christmas Gift

An Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66, the first ever shoes with the Tiger Stripes and were worn during the Mexico Olympic games in 1968.
Love the gift, Jan. And thanks for playing such a pivotal role in my life.
Technorati Tags: Christmas 2006, Jan, Life

Mike Filsaime’s The Death Of Internet Marketing

Like Scott Boulch, Mike Filsaime has chosen an attention-grabbing title that would make precisely anyone involved in internet marketing sit up, and read what he has to say in his latest offering - The Death of Internet Marketing. If you have read Rich Schefren’s ebooks, then you might realise that similar thoughts abound in this […]

Michael Cheney’s 11 Days To List Profits

Michael Cheney, a well-known internet marketer who has been featured on CNBC’s Power Lunch Europe has officially launched his 11 Days to List Profit videos.
As long as you are in the business of internet marketing, it is imperative that you know how to start building a list of like-minded people effectively. This will allow […]

Locating Websites That Link To Yours

An excellent way of locating websites that link to yours is to use the info: modifier. How you can do this, is by visiting Google and typing info:(followed by your URL).
For illustration purposes, I will use my domain name as an example. After typing and clicking on Search, an identical page like the one below […]





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