Monthly Archives July 2009

Starting New Campaigns with Two Cost Per View Networks

I realised some time ago that it is important to expand my traffic sources outside of PPC and SEO means. And with PPC I’m referring to mainly Google Adwords. PPC gets me reasonably good traffic quickly. But there are extra issues like landing pages, domains, affiliate links and content to sort out. Then there is […]

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-07-25

@Amanda_Holden LMAO Classic! in reply to Amanda_Holden # @JohnChow I was wondering where you live. I thought it was the USA. Sorry. :O Enjoy the fireworks. What a great possie (Aussie for position) in reply to JohnChow # Hydra gave me a list of their top performing CPA/affiliate offers. I will test them with Pay […]

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Twitter Updates for 2009-07-17

@amish_shah Is using duplicate content an issue with Google Adwords? Or only SEO? GoDaddy OK but may leave sig. Could use own content. in reply to amish_shah # @amish_shah Noticed test-iframe.php doesn't show any body tags. Should I copy them from my content source or add them to the master file? in reply to amish_shah […]

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Twitter Updates for 2009-07-16

@johnreese Aaawww John. I read them, Im a real person (not an auto Tweet bot)….. and it seems Im still following too. 🙂 in reply to johnreese # Sun is out today & been working on the computer for several hours. Time for a few laps on my bike and get some natural Vitiman D. […]

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Using Correct Fonts on Blogs Makes Difference

I wasn’t happy with the default fonts used by the Cutline WordPress Theme. They were the Times New Roman family of fonts. This style is very popular with printed reading material. However online it seems harder to read. The popular font used online for good readibility is the Arial family of fonts. And that is […]

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