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January 21st, 2008

OpenOffice.Org - A Reminder

I received Derek Gehl’s affiliate email asking for “The Top Five Things You Can’t Live Without,” went to the Marketing Tips Blog and saw 584 comments from folks responding to Derek’s plea. Since the topic at hand is really about the IMC’s new “turn-key” business creator, I began reading through the comments to see what […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

December 19th, 2007

You’ll Just Have To Work Harder To Win The $10 Million!

You’ll Just Have To Work Harder To Win The $10 Million!
You’d think that intelligent folk would understand that Google’s Android would require a developmental period as opposed to being ready to go out of the box.

Come on…
According to Scott Morrison of The Wall Street Journal and Adam MacBeth, Android is buggy so far. I agree […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

December 15th, 2007

How Does Yahoo! Shortcuts Work?

From the FAQ’s;
As you compose your blog post, the Shortcuts plugin looks for content related to what you are writing about.

A Shortcut may lead your reader to a finance quote for a public company, a map of a point of interest, a Flickr image, or information about specific companies, products, and people. When it […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

December 14th, 2007

Only The Knol Knows?

Quotes and Comments
Google introduces “Googlepedia” and many think its to replace “Wikipedia” …
I’ll agree with those who say its business. Google is a business doing whatever it can to stay at the top of the heap. What is wrong with that? They offer us better tools and information and more opportunities to make money. What […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

December 13th, 2007

Yahoo! Shortcuts For WordPress (Beta) I

The video;
To quote Jeremy Zawodny: “It operates as an assistant in the background, looking for relevant links, images, and other shortcuts. Then, when you’re done writing, you can simply look through what it found and select what you’d like to keep.”

Download the plug-in. More about the plug-in.
Tags: Yahoo!-Developer-Network, Yahoo!-Plug-in-Video, Yahoo!-Shortcuts, Yahoo!-WordPress-Shortcuts

By Mark -- 1 comment

June 27th, 2007

Improve Your Search Engine Marketing

With a hat tip to the Search Engine Watch Blog and Eric Enge and offered through the Search Engine Marketing Council, a special interest group within the Direct Marketing Association;
The Search Engine Marketing Certification Program
Can you spare an investment of about $3600? If you consider it as an investment in your own online business it […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

June 27th, 2007

HTML Advertising On Craigslist

For Free!!! And you don’t need to know HTML…

Postlets is offering a free service providing HTML code for ads placed at Craigslist for cars & trucks, housing rentals and real estate.
With Photos! Apparently, up to 12, or three times what Craigslist allows.

For Craigslist and LiveDeal (and for your Blog or email) they’ll generate, from your […]

By Mark -- 2 comments

June 26th, 2007

Hosting Services

For those that don’t know…
Shared web hosting service
A shared web hosting service or virtual hosting service is a form of web hosting service where more than one instance of the same web server is hosted on a single physical server. This is generally the most economical option for hosting as many people share the overall […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

June 13th, 2007

Google Adwords Keyword Tool

Since I’ve been online there has been an endless discussion about keywords and search engine ranking. Because of “tools” like Google Cash Detective and AdSpyPro (and many others) there has been an associated discussion of free keyword tools.
From the “Big Boy,” Google, the Google Adwords Keyword Tool
“The Keyword Tool is a great way to generate […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

June 12th, 2007


The thought is to create an ebook and publish it. Simple eh?
I’ve seen many ask where they can find resources to use to publish their own books. Some time ago I was introduced to LuLu SelfPublishing.
“Lulu.com transforms every kind of creativity into hard copy. It´s where anyone can turn words, pictures, photographs, music and movies […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

June 8th, 2007

Article Submitter

I really can’t stand canned sales approaches. But I also have a lot of respect and admiration for Brad Callen. His products are outstanding and a big help to me.
Recently Brad has introduced two new pieces of his work that I feel are well worth the words. The following is my attempt to re-create the […]

By Mark -- 4 comments

June 6th, 2007

Start Making Your phpBB Forum Profitable

How do you feel about getting into the code on your phpBB forum to plug in profitable advertising?
If you’re like me, its not quite what you want to get into. I would if I had to but, I don’t have to, thankfully.
Of course, if you are able to edit your code, once you’ve inserted an […]

By Mark -- 1 comment

June 2nd, 2007


I spend a fair amount of time in Internet Marketer’s forums and I see certain questions repeated over and over. One regards producing ebooks/pdfs, most often how to make links in ebooks clickable.
Quite some time ago I found the absolute best (imho) FREE writer online in OpenOffice.org which solves just about all the ebook challenges. […]

By Mark -- 0 comments

May 31st, 2007

Personal and Business Finance Software

ZenHabits has compiled a list of 6 free alternatives to Quicken and MS Money.
It is becoming increasingly easier to find free, open source alternatives to programs that once dominated a market and this situation is no different. I know I will be trying their solutions over the next few weeks to see which works best […]

By kris -- 0 comments

May 29th, 2007

Unofficial Adsense Sandbox

Ahmed from Labnol.org has developed a great new tool for users to find relevant AdSense ads that may display on their website. Although AdSense does have an official “sandbox” tool it is only available in IE while this, being a website, can be used in any browser.
The tool is very easy to use. All you […]

By kris -- 0 comments