Archive for November, 2007


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Tasmanian She-Devil Working

Yes, I know. It’s been very quiet here in Marcelloland. I’ve been working like a Tasmanian She-Devil spins on something very special. But I want to get my sales letter to be just right so that people understand what my new site has to offer. I want them to appreciate the value. And it’s damned […]

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The Secret of a Happy Thanksgiving

For those of you in the United States, I wish you happiness and all the love and support you deserve. I thank you for being a reader. And I’m thankful that I have an open mind… I got that from a high school English teacher named John Holveck, and he doesn’t even know that he […]

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Blogging to the 15th Power

So, I saw this post on keyword research in my Blog Rush widget that interested me. Why are you not surprised? I read all the SEO stuff I can find, but particularly like SearchNewz and SiteProNews which keep me up to date on the newest of the new. Love that. Cutting edge is so important […]

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An Autoresponder by Any Other Name Won't Smell as Sweet

I remember when I first started with Internet marketing. I had no idea what an autoresponder was, but I had the general drift of the term. Someone sends and email and they get an automatic response. Simple, right? I had no idea of the power behind a really good autoresponder. I wasn’t thinking about whether […]

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The MegaBomb of Linking

Posting to forums has many great advantages, with one of the biggest being SEO value to your site…

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How Do We Know?

How social bookmarking can turn a crap article into a cyberspace ghod of information.

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Blog Commenting Still Rocks

If you’re new to Internet marketing, you may not know this… WordPress used to allow comment URLs to be followed by search engine spiders. Yep. That was in the not so distant past. Well, somebody decided pfffttt!!! Not happening. Not gonna take it. And, they came up with this marvelous little plugin called “Do Follow.” […]

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