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Small ads 'as sound as a pound'

content discovered on Friday, February 28, 2014

pHere are some tips on how to write small ads that are 'as soundas a pound'.First, satisfy yourself that the goods, services or unwantedpossessions you are about to advertise are legal and decent. Youshould be their legal owner with rights of disposal. Further,you must realise that, if you try to advertise anythingindecent, upstanding publishers will reject your ads andprobably keep any fee. That's the 'heavy' stuff out of theway!Now establish your contact details. Consider including two meansof... read more »

Americans Would Give Up TV Before Internet

content discovered on Thursday, February 27, 2014

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Writing Ezine Ads-For Their List and Yours

content discovered on Sunday, February 23, 2014

The opt-in email list has become quite a buzz word these days.As well it should. A list of email subscribers is the mostvaluable marketing tool you can have. Building it should be toppriority. An easy, inexpensive method for attracting targeted subscibersfor your list is with ezine advertising. To succeed, you'll needa couple of pointers.First, how do you write ezine solo ads to get them on your list?Second, how should you write ads to profit from your own list? Many marketers don't know that t... read more »

The TTC, Wi-Fi and Impression Fraud

content discovered on Friday, February 21, 2014

For those that don't live in Toronto, here's a quick primer: We have a transit system known as The TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) and for the longest time, us subway users have been screaming that we want data when underground. So, the TTC met us half-way and started installing Wi-Fi in the stations only. Right, as you are aware by now, we have a new Wi-Fi system called TConnect being rolled out on the subway system. It's plenty quick, and I do use it to refresh my twitter feed before jumping on the... read more »

Banner Ads Suffer, Take Advantage

content discovered on Friday, February 21, 2014

Effectiveness of banners are declining. Most web surfers canspot banners and have trained themselves to ignore them.Cooperation between webpage owner and advertiser is needed toresolve this.Billions of dollars are spent for website promotion, over isspent on banner ads. Large corporations spent most of this moneyon branding. For us in small business, only a very small groupknow how to use banners to there full potential.-Tips for the Webpage Owner-Page design and banner placement are vital for ... read more »

That's Rich

content discovered on Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Internet has always been home to the weird and thewonderful, but in the past few weeks I've discovered somestrange new phenomena that left me slightly perplexed.Going online a couple of weeks ago I came across an animatedmouse on a motorbike speeding across the webpage I was visiting.At first I tried to take no notice of it because I've comeacross stranger stuff on the Net before. However, as I scrolleddown the page, the mouse followed me until I got bored of itspresence and escaped to anoth... read more »

Ask Mr. D - Banner Ads

content discovered on Monday, February 17, 2014

Dear Mr. D,Do you think banner ads are a waste of time? Some of my friendstell me that I am wasting my time by using banners and I wouldlike to know what you think.Just one more thing. I have found a site where I can make my ownbanners for free, but they are not the animated kind. I haveread that animated banners do better than the others. Is this soand how can I make animated banners.I sure do hope you can help me.Signed,Banner Man Dear Banner Man,No, I don't think banners are a waste of time. ... read more »

Three NEW and UPDATED Ways to Advertise "F*R*E*...

content discovered on Saturday, February 15, 2014

The Internet is evolving so rapidly that what worked yesterdaydoesn't work any longer and what works today may not worktomorrow. Like you, I am always looking for new and excitingways to get the word out about my products and services. I'mtickled pink when I come across a method that is effective,free, and gets results.Here are three methods that I have tested for you already thathave worked for me. They will take some effort and patience.Here are three methods that are still new enough to worke... read more »

How To Track All Your Website Traffic For Free

content discovered on Thursday, February 13, 2014

Do you know: Exactly how many people are visiting your website? How longtheyre staying on your site before they move on? Exactlywhere those visitors are coming from, each day? How much ofyour website traffic is repeat visitors? The exact pathspeople take as they click their way through your website?Heres what Im getting at:If you dont know your visitors, it makes it very difficultfor you to improve the performance of your website and turn morevisitors into customers - AND - get more quality ... read more »

Hey Parallels - You have our money, now leave u...

content discovered on Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Imagine this...You bought a General Motors car last year. Today you jump into it, turn on the radio and before you get to hear the station that you normally tune into every day, today is different because of instead of hearing the radio, you get some General Motors sanctioned advert intruding in your car experience.This is precisely what happened today with my copy of Parallels (which allows me to run Windows and other OS's on my Mac). Having purchased the product some time ago and always being able to s... read more »

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