Advertise with us

Enjoying this blog? Check out the rest of the Business Channel

Work Boxers

Archive for October 2007

October 29th, 2007

How to Protect Your Identity in an Increasingly Public Online World

Special guest author: Laura Spencer (more on Laura at the end of the post)
If you work from home in your boxers (as the title of this blog suggests), you probably realize that it’s becoming increasingly necessary to participate in online communities and social media to generate new business. Yet, that very same online presence that […]

By admin -- 6 comments

October 26th, 2007

Three Steps to Develop Your Brand

Special guest author: Susan Gunelius (more on Susan at the end of the post)
Even a business that you operate from the comfort of your own home can benefit from a well-defined brand strategy, and despite what you might think, branding does not have to be complicated. In fact, by following these three steps, you […]

By admin -- 3 comments

October 25th, 2007

Making Money as a Blogger: Going Corporate

Special guest author: Miranda Marquit (more on Miranda at the end of the post)

When most people think of making money as a blogger, they think of click-through banner ads and Google Adsense. However, it is possible to make money as a corporate blogger, offering your blogging services to companies that do not have the time […]

By admin -- 0 comments

October 25th, 2007

A Quick Personal Note

And a very large “Thank You!”
If you don’t know, Workboxers is part of the Business Channel at b5media. October has personally been a, well, let’s simply say, difficult month for me. The folks in b5’s Business Channel have stepped up to the plate and offered their help with some guest posts and I truly want […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

October 25th, 2007

New Adsense Ad Management Feature

Darren (for the few that don’t read Darren) reported to us yesterday that AdSense will be introducing ServerSide Ad Management shortly.
Darren has been given the opportunity to run this feature through some paces on his sites.
The Google Adsense Blog explains;
“This new ad management feature means that your ad unit settings (such as colors and channels) […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

October 23rd, 2007

You can stop the insanity when you are starting a business - and a family

Special guest author: Shannon Cherry (more on Shannon at the end of the post)
Being a mother and an entrepreneur is tough, especially when you have toddler twin girls in addition to a demanding business. As difficult as it can get, it’s also absolutely wonderful. The key to survival is simply to try not to […]

By admin -- 1 comment

October 17th, 2007

Record Revenue

For those who pay attention to eBay because it is a source of revenue, this ought to be interesting information. It will also be somewhat of a stop gap for me as I write here because I’ve gotten a bit behind.
eBay Beats Estimates, Shares Soar
“EBay Inc. reported Wednesday a third-quarter net loss of more than […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

October 16th, 2007

New Ad Spying Technology from Xyberwidget

There’s a new player in the spy on the competition’s PPC adwords market -
Adwatchers from Xyberwidget. (affiliate link)

With a great deal of familiarity, the web site offers us this intro;

“Explode Your Income By Effortlessly Uncovering The Most Treasured Pay-Per-Click Campaigns That Are Producing Cash Right Now… All Thanks To An Advanced Undercover ‘Spy’!”
Of course […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

October 14th, 2007

Yanik Silver Offers Info On The Top Ten

Most-Essential Books for Successful Entrepreneurs…
Initially, Yanik has offered us the list as motivation for us to visit his Blog because he’s “doing a charity push for DonorsChoose.org supporting all kinds of literacy projects for teachers.”
Here they are;

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand - Yanik says “It furthered the argument in my mind that the more laissez-faire […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

October 10th, 2007

Reach Three of Every Four Unique Internet Users on Earth

Google’s Content Network
Google claims there is no larger advertising network in the world!
“The Google content network comprises hundreds of high-quality websites, news pages, and blogs that partner with Google to display targeted AdWords ads. When you choose to advertise on the content network, you can expand your marketing reach to targeted audiences–and potential customers–visiting these […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

October 7th, 2007

Fear? Think This Is A Stretch Do You?

Monks Are Silenced, and for Now, Internet Is, Too

Don’t think it could happen? The original story (and one that we all ought to pay life or death attention to);
“It was about as simple and uncomplicated as shooting demonstrators in the streets. Embarrassed by smuggled video and photographs that showed their people rising up against them, […]

By Mark -- 5 comments

October 4th, 2007

Call For An Immediate Resignation Or Removal Of Kevin Martin As FCC Chairman

Thanks to Richard Whitt at the Google Public Policy Blog; “Verizon is lobbying behind the scenes (and in apparent violation of FCC rules) to once again convince the FCC to water down key aspects of the pro-consumer rule provisions.”

No Mr. Martin, you cannot… if you hadn’t noticed, or conveniently forgot, the people run this […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

October 4th, 2007

Net Neutrality, Google, Sprint, WiMax, Xohm

Really? This is some package, to me. If you don’t, I do, find it very interesting to put this complete scenario together in my mind.
First is the Teamsters announcement of their support for Net Neutrality, “Hoffa Urges Senate to Act on Net Neutrality to Protect Freedom of Speech,” pointed to by Matt Stoller. “Kovie” offered […]

By Mark -- 4 comments

October 2nd, 2007

A Perfect Example - There Is No Competition!

A perfect example that there really isn’t any competition in the market!
Selecting just these two posts (there are thousands);
AT&T threatens to disconnect subscribers who criticize the company
AT&T vows to use Terms of Service for good, not censorship
Folks, is anyone paying attention? I mean really? Thankfully, there are people who now scan through their cable and […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

October 2nd, 2007

Within Our Grasp

Having eliminated our personal devil, fear, we set out to make a practical application of our information because we learn by doing.
Haanel offers us a statement of considerable importance in several different ways;
21. If you are religiously inclined, I would say, you can let your light shine.
If your mind has a bias toward physical science, […]

By Mark -- 0 comments