One of the questions I get asked most of the time is…
“How do you do it? You’ve got school, friends, (girls?) + this huge business thingy. How do you do it?”
Before I start blabbing about the “ceremonies” and “chants” that I do that help me handle all those stuff, I’d like to tell you upfront that…
I AM THE WORST TIME MANAGER EVER.
Goofyness aside, I am. I am always late at almost all stuff + I keep forgetting things (Heck, there was once a time that I asked my dad where my iPhone was and it was just in my hands!)
Here’s The Secret…
That was kinda cheesy, but here’s how I do it…
(Some are from personal experience and some are those stuff that really, has worked from the start.)
1. Get Into AClick here to continue reading
By Ryan DSouza On May 2, 2009 2 Comments
This article is guest posted by Ryan DSouza from Internet Marketing Strategy
Pay-Per-Click Marketing Is A Double-Edged Sword
Pay-per click marketing offers instant exposure, traffic and profit potential for one’s website business. It also provides up-to date analytical data which enables an advertiser to learn more about his/her customers, exploit new markets or opportunities and reduce costs by taking corrective action quickly and efficiently.
The flip side is also through. If the advertiser is not continuously split-testing ads, doing proper keyword research and creating meaningful relevant landing pages, he/she will not only lose a lot of money, but also credibility in his/her respective niche. This can be a frustrating ordeal, and is often the case with most new internet marketers.
PPC marketing should be an essential part ofClick here to continue reading
By Carl Ocab On April 20, 2009 21 Comments
Anyone with a good slice of creativity can fire up Photoshop and whip out a good looking banner in a jiff – but not anyone can whip out a banner that’s a click magnet that still – looks good.
Not anyone until now.
I know I’ve been out for awhile, and the reason I keep telling you guys is that I manage a lot of stuff lately, especially right now because I was so blessed that I was able to get my own office with a full time programmer – which is pretty cool to say the least. Someone calling you “sir” just ups the ante.
So to get back to the game, I’ve compiled a couple of insider secrets that happen to work and get good results when I make banners forClick here to continue reading
By alan cheng On January 25, 2009 2 Comments
This article is guest posted by Alan Cheng.
Ghostwriting services are much needed in the online money making world. If you struggle to write or have a phobia with writing, then you definitely need to hire a ghostwriter. This article will show you how to hire a good ghostwriter so that you can increase your online sales.
It’s worth mentioning first of all, that looking for the cheapest price is definitely not the way to select your ghostwriter – unless you’re working on an Adsense site where content doesn’t matter and you’re only concerned about Adsense clicks.
If you need 10 articles (500 words) to be ghostwritten, and the ghostwriter charges $5 for each article, that would mean he will earn $50. But it takes him a minimumClick here to continue reading
By Carl Ocab On May 19, 2008 23 Comments
At-ten-tio-ni-tis is a spreading disease on the internet that impairs a person’s ability to focus on a single webpage. This can be acquired by only a few hours of surfing or a few minutes hanging out on video sites like Youtube.
Answer the three questions below and after that you’ll find out if you caught this spreading disease…
Question number one
How much soil is there in a hole measuring one meter by one meter by one meter? (Answer below)
None, it’s a hole!
Question number two
A man dressed all in black is walking down a country lane. Suddenly a large black car without any lights on comes round the corner and screeches to a halt.
How did the driver know there was a man in the road?
It was daylight!
Question number three
A mute person goes intoClick here to continue reading
By mahesh On January 25, 2008 1 Comment
This article is guest posted by Mahesh Kale.
Writing for web is different than other types of writing. The quality of content matters more than anything on your site. And instead of defining your own definition of quality content let your visitors do the job. Visitors don’t read on the Web; instead they scan the pages, find what they want and leave the site. You’ve to tweak your content in such way that they’ll keep visiting your site. But how you can do that?
So without any more introductory paragraphs, let’s get into it with the techniques of writing quality content for the web:
The theme of your topic should be easily visible and knowable. Your topic should be easily locatable by search engines. Do your research for the topic & relevantClick here to continue reading