Category: Misc

A place for miscellaneous posts on a variety of different marketing matters.

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8 Tips For The Perfect Blog Post

This is the revised 2020 complete guide to the best practices when writing a blog post which you can use to create a perfect post or article for your blog. The Title The title or headline of a blog post should be a close match to a search query but also just clickbaity enough to get a higher click through rate than your competitors. Higher click through rate not only...

Search For Satoshi

In 2008 an anonymous user with the alias Satoshi Nakamoto posted the original Bitcoin whitepaper to the Cryptography mailing list. Satoshi mined a lot of the early Bitcoin blocks and the rewards that are held in bitcoin wallets associated are estimated to be around 1 million BTC or 10 Billion USD. If Bitcoin eventually reaches $120k, Satoshi will become the richest man in the world. These wallet addresses and no...

Cryptocurrency During The Next Recession

I learnt the hard (and expensive way) not to try and predict stock market timings so I wont guess when the next recession will occur. Like a knock on the door from someone wanting to talk about Jehovah, you know it’s going to happen but it’s normally at the most inopportune time when you don’t expect it. In this article we are going to look at how a general recession...

Book Review: It doesn’t have to be crazy at work – Jason Fried and David Hansson

Amazon Link: It doesn’t have to be crazy at work This is a short book about efficiency and calm in the workplace. I read it six months or so ago and some of the concepts are really useful if you are used to working in high pressure environments. Chapter Breakdown Curb your ambition – don’t try to change the world Defend your time – don’t allow others to distract you...

Book Review: How to Be an Imperfectionist – Stephen Guise

Amazon Link: How to be an imperfectionist This book was mentioned by Robert Gryn, the Voluum guy. I think there must be quite a few affiliates, digital marketers and high performers who are on the OCD scale. This book is about perfectionism which is very closely related or part of that scale. OCD is obsessive compulsive disorder. I’m terrible for it. I can’t sit at a table without straightening cutlery....

How to sell anything

I saw this online and thought it was a really good infographic to show what happens on the other side of the sales marketing divide. For most online marketers the thought of having to make a phone call or actually talk to someone probably seems a bit alien. We just buy high volume traffic, dump it on a high converting landing page and wait for the money to roll in....

Book Review: How To Get Rich – Felix Dennis

Amazon Link: How To Get Rich This book was recommended on someones most life changing books list. Despite the guru title it’s actually quite a bit different to the standard Tony Robbins spin-offs. The writer Felix Dennis isn’t selling anything, there’s no upsells or hidden agenda. He’s an older guy that made a lot of money in magazine publishing and floated a large electronics mail order company in the US....

most linked to websites in 2017

List of websites with the most links in 2017

I was doing some SEO research using the cloud compute engine and ended up analysing tens of millions of URL’s using a link checking tool I built. The following list is a collection of the most linked to domains online. It will have a UK bias and isn’t in perfect order although more popular sites should appear higher up. These sites were all seen four or more times across different...

ben horowitz hard things about hard things summary

Ben Horowitz Hard things about hard things

Andreeson Horowitz is Silicon Valleys leading venture capital firm. Their portfolio itself is worth a flick through at: Portfolio It’s incredible how many of the tech startup success stories they have been involved in. Ben Horowitz is one of the cofounders and in his book the Hard things about hard things he talks about his time before he started the VC firm. He was CEO of Soundcloud/Opsware and describes himself...