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Monthly Archives: March 2007
If you’re looking for practical advice on using technology, sign up for the QuickTips Newsletter from John Sarra of CMIT Solutions. I’ve been getting John’s newsletter for a while and there’s always something I can use. The last one was … Continue reading
It’s a question most new website owners ask. There’s a lot of speculation about the Google “sandbox effect” however, there’s been no confirmation from Google that such a thing actually exists. I can say that I see the effect of … Continue reading
The most intelligent discussions I have heard about measuring the success of a website have involved people who are, or have been, involved in the direct marketing business. I personally know very little about direct marketing, but what I have … Continue reading
While surfing around the net today, I found the following article on the www.domaintools.com blog.RegisterFly Terminated by ICANN » DomainTools Blog If your website is registered with RegisterFly, I suggest moving it to another registrar… For more information on Internet … Continue reading
Back in May 2006, I wrote a blog post about Squidoo, a really cool tool that allows you to create your own “lens” in to the net with links, lists, pictures, free form text, etc. Well, lo and behold, one … Continue reading
I am a big advocate of doing all you can to advertise and promote your business using free and low cost options. When you are first starting out, you often have more time than money. With a little bit of … Continue reading
Google Local Business Center has been around for a while as a way for businesses with (and without) websites to promote/advertise their business for free. The local results come up even above the paid listings when a searcher uses a … Continue reading
It seems that lately my posts are all about new groovy stuff I’ve found… and this one is no exception. I think Basecamp is a fantastic project management and collaboration tool, BUT, my Virtual Assistant, Gloria, just told me about … Continue reading
Have you tried FreeMind, the mind mapping software? It can be used for all kinds of projects, ideas, thoughts, plans, inspirations, etc. After you’ve done the map, you can export it in any number of file formats. The html version … Continue reading