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Internet Marketing and Narcolepsy

Internet Marketing and Narcolepsy

• June 14, 2011 • Comments (3)

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Why is my blog about Internet Marketing and Narcolepsy? Simply because these are two elements that have a huge impact on my life.
Internet Marketing is how I, my wife and my younger sister earn a living. Narcolepsy, which I developed at the age of 18, does its best to negatively impact on my Internet Marketing [...]

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Category: Articles, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, Narcolepsy, Outsourcing, Productivity

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The Shame Game

The Shame Game

• May 20, 2011 • Comments (1)

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Pointing an accusing finger at the successful internet marketers – commonly referred to as the “Gurus” (it’s more accurate to use the label of “celebrity” but, for the sake of simplicity, I’ll stick with “Guru”) – is not exactly an original topic, but I’ve got a fresh angle from which to fire my self-righteous indignation.
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Category: Articles, Entrepreneurialism, Success

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The Blame Game

The Blame Game

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (1)

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Since I’m about to brand myself as an Internet Marketing heretic, I can’t exclude the possibility that I may shortly find myself bundled into an unmarked van, never to be heard from again. In case this does turn out to be the last article that I ever write, I hope you’ll take what you’re about [...]

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Category: Articles, Home Business, Training

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The Years Will Run Like Rabbits

The Years Will Run Like Rabbits

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (1)

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“But all the clocks in the city
Began to whirr and chime:
‘O let not Time deceive you,
You cannot conquer Time.”
The above verse marks the point at which W.H. Auden’s poem abandons sentiment and proclaims the inevitable, destructive, march of time. This is something which internet marketers come to know only too well. The [...]

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Category: Articles, Joint Ventures, Outsourcing, Productivity, Time Managment

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Opinions are Free

Opinions are Free

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

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You can couple the title with “Facts are sacred…” or “Truth prevails where…” whichever you prefer. Either way, everyone should be free to share their opinion, as long as they don’t object to having their ideas challenged and they have the humility to be willing to change their position in the face of a reasonable [...]

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Category: Articles, Entrepreneurialism, Success

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The Fame Game: Success vs Failure

The Fame Game: Success vs Failure

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (1)

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In this article I’m turning my attention to the peddlers of the pseudo-scientific, quasi-religious, quantum quackery, that is The Law of Attraction.
Clearly I’m not going to be making any attempt to be of objective in this discussion but, to be fair, since a recent film raised awareness of this philosophical flight of fancy, you’d be [...]

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Category: Articles, Law of Attraction, Success

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Turn Junk into Capital

Turn Junk into Capital

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

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New Internet Marketers are renowned for being tight with their money. It’s good to be careful with your expenditure but if it’s to the point of hosting your website on an advert supported service or trying to subsist on nothing but pop-tarts, then you’re taking it too far.
When you’ve got a nice, regular income [...]

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Category: Articles, Backup, Outsourcing

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Marketing Lessons From A Beach Hawker

Marketing Lessons From A Beach Hawker

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

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Do you ever have difficulty leaving work behind?
For home business owners, this is a particularly difficult challenge because you’re never more than a few yards away from the office. At the end of a work day, resisting the urge to go back to the PC and ‘just check one quick thing’ takes a steely determination. [...]

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Category: Articles, Authority, Influence, Liking, Reciprocation, Scarcity, Social Proof, Upsell

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The Red Queen Effect

The Red Queen Effect

• May 18, 2011 • Comments (0)

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In Lewis Carroll’s novel, “Through the Looking Glass”, the Red Queen tells Alice that in the Looking Glass world “it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place”. Although most commonly applied to evolutionary theory, the ‘Red Queen Effect’ is a fitting allegory to describe very nicely how many people run [...]

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Category: Articles, Blogging, Productivity, Time Managment

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