Posted 31 May 2008 - 11:42 PM
For those who are interested in seeing how well my Internet marketing studies are going, here is a small visual of my progress.
I can't wait to be a guru.
(Oops. It's not cool to say that in O-Land.)
Posted 01 June 2008 - 09:45 AM
Someone gave you a computer.
Rational Individualist, Rational self-interest, Individual Rights--Libertarian--objectivist Objectivist, not an Objectivist Objectivist
Posted 29 June 2008 - 07:36 PM
I am now moving into another level of my Internet marketing learning, so I need to start getting actual resources ready for sales campaigns.
Following the training I am using (not 30 Day Challenge in this case) I have just signed up for over 80 Web 2.0 sites. That may not sound like much, but it is a major pain in the butt. Keeeriiiiist! It took me tree days of pure boredom. Some sites are easy to sign up to, but others seem to have their sign-up and profile editing routines designed by a Nazi torture chamber engineer.
I will still have to sign up for a lot more sites over time, but at least I now have my core bookmarking and networking sites down pat for backlinks and driving traffic. I still have to fill some of them out with more content, but that will be a pleasure compared to these last 3 days.
Incidentally, I no longer use KeePass for password maintenance. I use a marvelous little program called Roboform that integrates with the browser. I can only imagine what life would be like without it.
Good Mother of Godzilla!
No, I don't want to imagine it!
Of all the tasks I have done so far, sign-ups has definitely taken the No. 1 spot on my pain-in-the-butt meter.
Man am I glad that part is over! (For now, at least.)
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