Month: October 2007

A Great Way to Increase Productivity

Working from home is definitely a great thing, but those of you who do it, know how hard it can be to stay focused and productive throughout the day. Especially when you are addicted to reading Social Bookmarking sites like Digg.com and Sphinn.com. In this screencast, I a new program I’ve started using to manage… Read more »

Contact Pages From Hell

Today I spent several hours collecting latitude/ longitude coordinates for about 100 businesses (actually Casinos) for a project I’m working on. This usually involves going to the official web site of the casino, finding the contact page, finding the physical address, and entering it into Google Earth to get the coordinates. Most sites have a… Read more »

Getting Over the $100 AdSense Hurdle

A few years a go, back when I was just getting started with online marketing, someone (I can’t remember who it was) made a comment in a forum (Can’t remember where either, but please, bear with me … :)) that at the time I thought was probably just a bunch of hot air, but looking… Read more »

How my Blog Got Hacked

Those of you who read yesterday’s post know that SEOlogs got hacked. Other than using some harsh words toward the “Admins” of the site, they didn’t really do any real damage. They only uploaded a file, ‘index.html’, which contained white text on a black background, claiming my blog as being “Hacked by ….”. Upon further… Read more »

I’m Going to Pubcon – Las Vegas

I registered for Pubcon Vegas and got my flight booked last week. This will be my first Pubcon, and I’m definitely looking forward to it. I’ve heard good things about Pubcon, so hopefully it will be fun. This will also be my first trip to Las Vegas. I’m sure it’s going to look totally different… Read more »