Complete FaceBook Domination?

Yesterday, I got in on a sale for a product pitched on JVZoo called "Complete FaceBook Domination" which I was able to get for $10. Supposedly it was "normally" sold for $97, and the price was due to go back up Real Soon Now. Incidentally, it's still up for $10, but there is a countdown timer that seems Read more [...]
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The “Get Rich Quick” Scam Formula

Over on The Verge, there is an interesting article entitled Scamworld: 'Get rich quick' schemes mutate into an online monster. What made it really interesting is that the author of the article, Joseph L. Flatley, took on some of the biggest names in the Internet Marketing world, including the Read more [...]
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How to Spy on Your Competition

Spying on your competition is a time-honored method of obtaining an advantage when you are first starting out in any business. It's fairly obvious that if you want to make a lot of money, you need to find somebody who is already making a lot of money in the type of business that you want to be in, and copy what that person is doing (as best you can). However, there are some interesting pitfalls in the process. Read more [...]
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Free WordPress Backup Plugin?

EDIT: This is embarrassing... but when I got the renewal notice from iThemes, I just assumed it was for BackupBuddy. It wasn't. It was for another suite of plugins. BackupBuddy is licensed through 2037. Which means that the time I spent evaluating other backup solutions, which I covered in some detail below, was completely wasted. I am leaving the article itself unedited, though. Note to self -- try not to do something like this again... Read more [...]
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A Tip for Getting Better Outsourcing Performance

I just love double entendres... you should catch the double meaning of the title shortly. Many years ago, I learned a valuable lesson from a former mayor of a city in which I was operating a computer store. This was back when computer stores were rare, and I had one of maybe a dozen in the Dallas Read more [...]
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Some W00t! Milestones

I had not checked the traffic stats in quite a while, since I really did not expect that kind of growth this early in the game, and frankly, I've been really busy with other things. However, 100 visitors/day is sort of a magic number. It's a signal that it's time to start a new phase. Stay tuned! Read more [...]
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Don’t Pay for SEO!

I've already published a couple of articles on SEO, and why it is basically a fool's game. I wasn't really going to write another, since I felt that I pretty much felt I had said my piece. However, I was discussing the possibility of presenting another topic for the North Texas PC Users Group, and the Read more [...]
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And MORE backups…

If you had a business that was making several million $$££ a year.. wouldn't you have a standby internet connection ?? Read more [...]
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Online Arbitrage by Chris Green

If the high price of Online Arbitrage is a put-off, there is a good chance that this business model is not for you. Read more [...]
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Brute-Force Login Attempts

In my last post, I talked mainly about backups of your own local PC. In this post, I am going to talk in more general terms about how protect the work you have done on your WordPress site. Read more [...]
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