Archive for December, 2006

Ending 2006 And Moving Forward In 2007

Looking back, 2006 had been an eventful year in both my personal life and career. There was a good level of personal and business growth as compared to the year before. There was also a lot that happened that was beyond my control. While there were a number of occasions that affected me deeply, […]

Adapt And Change Your Strategy If It Doesn’t Work

There is a good reason why military strategists were vital back in the period of the warring states. Their duties were to advice, strategize and actualize. In the days when general-purpose machine guns and semi-automatic rifles were non-existent, winning a battle generally required meticulous planning and precision implementation. So forget about technology, it’s the […] To Launch In 2007

Recently, John Reese made a formal annoucement that he will be selling the bulk of his businesses, and would only concentrate on one. The ONE that he was referring to is According to John, would be the ultimate Internet Marketing and online business community cum training center for anyone serious about building […]

Here Comes The Affiliate Blog List

Now, wouldn’t it be great to have a version of Digg specially just for affiliate marketing bloggers, where newly published content can be voted and shared among everyone in the community at a centralized location?
Just like how SEO has found a home in SEO, Scott Jangro has created a page listing the blogs […]

Getting Back To Blog!

Finally! Since my last post 2 days ago, getting online proved to be much more of a difficult task than convincing a client to place his business with me.
Internet connections in Singapore, along with other countries in the neighbouring region have been severely affected by the 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Taiwan. Since early afternoon yesterday, my […]

Digg’s Spam Policy Needs Reviewing

I’m appalled to learn that Lee Odden’s Online Marketing Blog is the latest of sites to be banned by Digg. But how is it that a site dedicated to social media, search engine marketing and online public relations be considered spam when nothing about it’s content suggests so at all.
As it turns out, Digg […]

Happy Holidays

Here’s wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year! I will be away until Tuesday, so meanwhile, blogging will be kept to a minimum unless I have time to whip a post up.
Catch up soon!
Technorati Tags: Life, Christmas 2006

Bloggers Slammed By WSJ Editor

According to Joseph Rago, an assistant editorial features editor at The Wall Street Journal, majority of blogs do not provide quality coverage as compared to mainstream journalism. Even prominent blogs are not spared from being called, horrifying.
The blogs are not as significant as their self-endeared curators would like to think. Journalism requires journalists, who […]

30 Seconds Supermarket Shopping Spree

A company that I represented had a contest running in November, and I was fortunate enough to qualify for it. Qualifiers would then be given 30 seconds to grab whatever they wanted at a local supermarket.
The idea of a supermarket shopping spree is not new, but it’s always fun to be able to participate […]

Have You Written Your Adsense & Affiliate Will?

Eric Giguere has written a thought-provoking post that I think every problogger, affiliate and internet marketer ought to read, and make plans for it while they are still able to write. Though it sounds a tad depressing, this is an area that must not be overlooked if you are generating a fairly decent income […]

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