Monthly Archive: March 2015

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Tool to generate a guest blog post request

This tool can be used to generate a guest blog post request for SEO purposes. This is a great way to not only build SEO juice but it also gets your name out there and helps interact with the community surrounding your niche. http://www.jamesbachini.com/misc/guestpostrequest.php Simply enter your name,site,niche and theirs and it will generate a unique guest post request letter. Email that over and you will hopefully get some responses....

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The balance of an online marketers skillset

Effective online marketing requires a balance of skills. A good campaign requires creativity, great design, effective programming and meticulous optimisation. Leonardo Da Vinci would have made a great affiliate. If he was around in today he’d find this easy because he had a great balance of artistic creativity and scientific inquisition. Good design is intertwined with art as engineering is with science. A successful online marketer, or team of marketers...

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Stack That Money Meetup STM London 2015

Stack that money has been a great meetup. I was surprised at the turnout which topped over 700 members. The talks were good, particularly some of the ones on the second day. Highlights included: Tim Tetra’s tricky little presentation where he sold a magic bullet to a crowd that should know better. Lars Kroijer one of the few city bankers who I’ve heard and not wanted to run away from....

Big list of mobile carriers by country 0

Big list of mobile carriers by country

Here’s a big list of the leading carriers in each country along with the number of users. This should be useful for anyone running mobile marketing campaigns that require network traffic. Europe Turkey Population: 74m Kyivstar – 25.16m MTS – 19.496m Life – 7.72m Intertelecom – 0.931m TriMob – 0.916m PEOPLEnet – 0.821m ITC – 3.852m Netherlands Population: 16.7m KPN – 8.8m T-Mobile – 4.9m Vodafone – 5.3m Italy Population:...

The 4 hour work week – March’s Book of the Month 0

The 4 hour work week – March’s Book of the Month

The 4 hour work week – Timothy Ferris This was a tough one to include or not. I really can’t stand the guy or his writing style but a lot of what he says is good advice. I’ve read this and the 4 hour body and am taking a break before reading the 4 hour chef. I think if you read one of his books a year, that’s plenty 🙂...