Sunday, 12 July 2009

New Product

A new product called SEM Business Blueprint was recently launched by Tim Godfrey and Steven Clayton. It is aimed at online marketers to help offline businesses wanting an online presence.

It is very comprehensive and provides all the resorces and tools required to drive targeted traffic to company websites. As well as search engine optimisation, areas covered also include pay per click, social networking and perhaps most importantly for you, an opportunity to become an expert in the expanding field of search engine marketing.

You will find more information on SEM Business Blueprint Here

Friday, 29 May 2009

May Update

eBook-Site News published and new products added to members' area.

Looking at Clickbank portal to integrate into website. Will generate Clickbank text ads from CBGLOBE later today.

Friday, 17 April 2009

Twitter 1

Learning more about twitter today and testing the functionality of twitter and facebook using tweetdeck. One issue I have with tweetdeck is it's ability to hug too much processor time on my PC. I have dropped out of it on several occasions because of this.

You may also want to turn your speakers down or off when notifications come in as this can be annoying.

Here's a snapshot of Tweetdeck to give you an idea of what the application looks like. The resolution isn't too good here. Something else to work on I suppose. :)

Saturday, 28 March 2009


Updated several pages of ebook-site today and checked out a few twitter applications. To keep up to date with the latest changes check the eBooks Blog

Automate tasks in Twitter by using Tweetlater

Sunday, 15 March 2009

Blogged Down

I'm completely blogged down at the moment. Completely forgot about this one. Thought I would keep it alive and see where it goes.

Friday, 22 February 2008

Remote revenge II – Chocolate in Amsterdam

The last post was all a bit of fun. My apologies go to ladies everywhere who can handle their buttons.

But, I imagine most of you prefer buttons of the chocolate kind. My wife does as you can see from the photo in the apartment.

She’ll kill me if she sees this but revenge is sweet. Check out the position of the remote control. As you can see, the box of chocolate balls (bigger than buttons) are closer to her heart than the remote. Soon after, she relinquished the remote without a fight.

The motto is – If you’ve got balls, trade them for buttons.


Saturday, 9 February 2008

Remote Revenge

I'm often guilty of falling asleep with the TV remote tucked under my person. It's not a control thing or the fact that it’s good to have fingertip entertainment always close to hand. It's because there are far too many buttons on the remote for a woman to fully appreciate. With cable and satellite and the ever increasing number of channels, I’m sure you will agree.

But women love to press buttons. They are fascinated with them. Perhaps, it's their colour (color for women in the US)? Or maybe, it's the feel of the plastic under their thumbs.

Whatever the reason, we men must learn to relinquish them on occasion. This is especially important, when we are at our most vulnerable, after a few drinks, for example.

If she cannot find the remote, she will look for another source of thumbing entertainment. Keeping a supply of bubble wrap is sometimes the answer. However, if you do fall asleep on your TV remote, never leave a camera within easy reach of her grasp. The results can be catastrophic. Unlike the TV remote, with a camera, women only need to understand one button.

Click and it's done!