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4 Mar
2014
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7 Shock­ing Stats & Trends about the Internet

7 Shocking Stats & Trends About the Internet Infographic | Staff.com
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source: http://www.staff.com/

28 Oct
2013
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The One Minute Song” for download

The one minute song

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

24 Aug
2013
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Info­graphic: Cross­ing the Dig­i­tal Divide

http://blog.kissmetrics.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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Crossing the Digital Divide - Infographic
Source: Cross­ing the Dig­i­tal Divide – Infographic

21 Aug
2013
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Tesla

19 Aug
2013
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sum­mer 2013 — East Germany

villa theodor

15 Jul
2013
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song “Human” on YouTube

song 08 Human — Album “Bosporus” by The Flame  - a local band from Ger­many — flame-vox.com

 

9 Jul
2013
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Inter­view with Edward in Hong Kong on YouTube

 

Inter­view with Edward Snow­den in Hong Kong Part 2 on YouTube — the­guardian — Inter­view by Glenn Green­wald 2013

link to www.youtube.com

I don’t want to live in a world where every­thing I do is recorded.

Edward Snow­den

 

snowden-interview

 

 

2 Jul
2013
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The Spon­dees in Shang­hai — Every­thing For You

 

good luck to my friends in Shang­hai — with the drum­mer Dave Sim­er­ick  - Song:“Everything for you”

link: http://www.reverbnation.com/thespondees

 

26 Jun
2013
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www.flame-vox.com — up to date now

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.

 

Human - Album Bosporus

12 Jun
2013
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Apple WWDC 2013 Keynote Intro video

14 May
2013
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The Sci­ence of Productivity

17 Apr
2013
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How video and email mar­ket­ing can drive more traf­fic to your website

source: www.startupsmart.com.au

 

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Cindy Cor­nett Sei­gle via Comp­fight.

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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.

 

Email mar­ket­ing

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.

 

16 Apr
2013
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10 Lessons on Marketing


10 Lessons on Marketing

Source: 10 Lessons on Marketing

3 Apr
2013
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How 123reg Almost Crip­pled My Busi­ness! from Ben Hunt

123reg

www.webdesignfromscratch.com

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 :

You may have noticed that my web­site, webdesignfromscratch.com, dis­ap­peared for sev­eral weeks recently.
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.

16 Mar
2013
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… made a new website

.. using the open source soft­ware by wordpress.org and a theme from presscoders.com

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.

 

screenshot of thienktb.com

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