Archive for June, 2009


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Blogging: Disabled Veterans Teleseminar Training Series

OK… Didn’t get those 10 comments, so… you lose. Can’t give you the rest of that really, really cool advice. But, I’ll give you another chance. You win! I’m doing a call about blogging for business with Rick Burdo for his Disabled Veterans Teleseminar Training Series tonight. I’m kicking things off! So, if you’d like […]

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Internet Marketing: Stop Buying Stuff!

Something that comes up time and again in calls, in email, on the phone with clients is that they can’t get started because there’s so much stuff coming at them all the time from people whose lists they’ve joined. They’re overwhelmed and unhappy and why aren’t they making all the big bucks they’ve been promised? […]

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Internet Marketing: Picking the Right Niche

The question that gets asked most by new Internet marketers is, “What niche should I be in?” I think. They have ideas about what they’d like to do, but are concerned about whether or not it will be a “good” niche, and rightly so. Selling clothes for racoons probably isn’t a great idea. What to […]

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Internet Marketing Represented at the Stevies

Just got back into town after a whirlwind trip to New York City. Tellman took most of us up for the 2009 American Business Awards, affectionately known as the “Stevie Awards.” It was pretty swanky. We stayed in the Marriot Marquis, which is right in the heart of Times Square. In fact, we could look […]

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SEO: Keyword Research Tips from Wayne Sharer

I’m so excited to have a friend of mine take the time to make a great video for my blog. His name is Wayne Sharer, and he’s done a great job of explaining the basics of keyword research, and I know that if you’re just starting out and aren’t sure of the process… Wayne will […]

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Internet Marketing: Keeping Your Head Straight

Ever have one of THOSE days? Well… I did today. Nothing seemed to have been done right… out of my hands… just a victim of getting others to do things for you and not following up. Who’s court is the ball in ultimately? Mine, of course. Or, how about those days when you don’t see […]

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Rel="NoFollow" No Longer Works?

I was over at SEO Book, reading Aaron Wall’s post from June 16, entitled “Expert SEO Testing: Usually Worthless,” and was surprised to learn that rel=”nofollow” no longer works. Matt Cutts, Google’s spokesperson, admitted that was true at the recent SMX Conference. So, Wall linked to Danny Sullivan’s post “Google Loses “Backwards Compatibility” On Paid […]

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