Please feel free to download “The One Minute Song” by The Flame (mp3)
To have at first a look, the song is on YouTube and here is the song to play
please visit www.flame-vox.com
We’ve seen this coming for quite some time, but now we’re here. 2013 marks the first year U.S. adults spent more time viewing media on digital devices – more than any other form. It appears that print, radio and even television have officially become unseated as dominant sources of media.
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Source: Crossing the Digital Divide – Infographic
— Elke Karin Lugert (@EmilOtto) August 21, 2013
song 08 Human — Album “Bosporus” by The Flame - a local band from Germany — flame-vox.com
Interview with Edward Snowden in Hong Kong Part 2 on YouTube — theguardian — Interview by Glenn Greenwald 2013
I don’t want to live in a world where everything I do is recorded.
good luck to my friends in Shanghai — with the drummer Dave Simerick - Song:“Everything for you”
there is the up date of the website flame-vox.com available now
The Band “The Flame” released their new album just days ago. I like the song “Human” a lot with the background singer Stefanie Flemming.
Infographic by Veracode Application Security
Shareable video blog
Video is king. If you can record a two to three-minute video every few days and post that on your blog and YouTube page (tagged correctly, of course), you’ll start driving people who match your typical customer profile directly to your blog.
Keep it simple and inexpensive. Set up a blog on a free platform like WordPress where you will embed your videos as blog posts after uploading them to YouTube.
Start a weekly or monthly newsletter with useful content that contains a limited number of product promos only.
Your newsletters should educate your subscribers, not give them the hard sell.
Repurpose the videos you’ve been recording for your blog and include them in the newsletter (use screenshots of videos in newsletter — unfortunately, you can’t embed videos in email).
Make sure you link the screenshots to your blog posts, NOT the videos on YouTube. You want to drive traffic to your website.
Place buttons at the top and bottom of your newsletters that encourage subscribers to follow you on Twitter and Facebook.
And at the end of each issue, include a coupon code — or better still, a product that you can afford to heavily discount.
You want people to look forward to receiving your newsletter, and a good deal can be a great motivator.
Make sure your newsletter has a share button (MailChimp is free and has one). You want as many people as possible to see your information.
Now, why are you going through all this effort?
The goal of your guerrilla marketing is to get your profit up to a few thousand dollars a month, so you can invest in a search engine optimisation consultant and a Google AdWords expert.
This might take a few weeks or months, depending on your guerrilla marketing tactics, profit margins, etc. But it’s worth it.
A good SEO consultant should be able to get you ranking at the top of Google/Yahoo/Bing for at least a few keywords.
The process could take as little as four months and may cost anywhere from $300 to $3000 per month depending on the scope of your effort. But be smart.
Make sure you check references and actually see with your own eyes that their past clients are ranking high and call their clients up for feedback.
While your SEO consultant is working, run a trial Google AdWords campaign yourself for some of your popular products (around $100/day) and see if you can make it profitable. (For more insight, read Perry Marshall’s eBook for Google AdWords strategies.)
When you can afford it, also bring on a Google AdWords consultant. He or she will charge from $100 to $2000 or more per week, depending on hours worked, number of keywords you’re advertising for, number of ads, and other factors.
The goal is to have two experts handling your most critical traffic-driving activities: SEO and SEM.
When this happens, your critical traffic-driving activities are on auto-pilot, maintained by experts so you can focus on serving your customers and turning them into raving, lunatic fans.
Another option is investing in an online software-as-a-service like HubSpot. This service optimises your blog and social media accounts and gets your content recognised by search engines for $200 to $1000 a month.
There was actually nothing I could do to prevent this severe downtime. It wasn’t an issue with hosting, or DNS…
I could have fixed that.
No, the problem was that my domain registration company, 123reg, lost my domain name and failed to get it back for more than two weeks.
Here’s a screenshot of my 123-reg control panel, showing my domain as having renewed for another 3 years.
Ben wrote an e-mail — please read this :
This was nearly catastrophic for my business. I believed that I could have lost my domain, which would have been crippling.I need your help!First, please read this important post, which tells people what happened, and what they can do to help avoid the same thing happening to them.
please visit: www.thienktb.com
Mr. Gerhard Thien and his team created a new vacuum cleaner system:
The vacuum cleaner with no exhaust air.
We invented a new vacuum cleaner system – innovative and good for the environment,
easy to use and produceable at low cost. This idea will revolutionise the market.