Email Subscribe in Google Ads?

November 15, 2011

This is interesting.  I was searching for logo design to see what came up and I noticed that the ad for 99designs (one of my favorite design companies) had an email subscribe box built right in.  Is this new?

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How to Install WordPress

September 8, 2011

WordPress is an amazingly powerful tool.  It was first created as a blogging tool but it has evolved over time into an incredibly robust Content Management System (CMS).  It is the CMS functionality that makes it an awesome business tool. In the video below I walk you through the process of setting up your first […]

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Invoicing for Freelancers

July 14, 2011

I’m not a very good invoicer.  Or at least I wasn’t a very good invoicer.  Until I found Freshbooks. Freshbooks is an online service that lets you do a whole bunch of handy things if you’re a freelancer.  It can track time, organize projects and expenses and, most importantly, create amazing looking invoices for your clients. […]

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I Can See What You See

June 20, 2011

Are you visiting websites using HTTPS?  Do you always trust SSL certificates?  Do you have any idea what I’m talking about? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer and is usually the technology behind the letter ‘S’ (of HTTPS) when you’re visiting a secure site.  That extra letter actually provides a lot of security for you. […]

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Am I Going to Affiliate Summit West 2011?

December 28, 2010

An intriguing title, no?   The weird thing is that I won’t know the answer to that question until after January 4, 2011.  You see, this post is a contest entry from the Shoemoney blog.  If you’re interested in any aspect of internet marketing, check out his site.  But for now, on to the entry: […]

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How Apple Will Win The Console War

December 4, 2010

So far, Apple hasn’t entered the ‘console war’…  At least not officially. The “Console War” is a term used to describe the constant battling between Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo for the hearts and dollars of consumers looking for a gaming system in the living room.  In the past few years, Nintendo has created something of […]

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