The $100 Million Dollar Challenge

Posted by on Oct 2, 2008 in Entrepreneurship, Internet Marketing

Internet Marketing Guru, Russell Brunson, just launched his new $100 Million Dollar challenge contest and is giving away a Corvette to the winner. The whole idea behind the contest is to help members of the contest earn a cumulative $100 million dollars. I’ve had the privilege to work for Russell in the past so I know that he really knows what he’s talking about when it comes to internet marketing. Even if the contest doesn’t really interest you, it is well worth your time to check out what he is giving away inside the member’s area, since it comes with a bunch of...

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Internet Marketering Gurus Embracing Social Media

Posted by on Jun 19, 2008 in Internet Marketing, Social Media, Twitter

John Reese wrote a great post today in response to an attack on him by a couple of bloggers regarding twitter. Basically what happened is John sent out an email to his email list encouraging them to follow him on Twitter. A blogger who received the email predicted that this was a “Pending Sign of the Twitter Apocalypse“. Another blogger over at Mashable responded to the first post by speculating whether Twitter was vulnerable to marketer attacks. Both posts implied that John was some sort of sleazy “ebook salesman” who was looking to exploit or “attack”...

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Join AGLOCO – Own the Internet

Posted by on Feb 7, 2007 in Internet Marketing, Review

  I first heard about AGLOCO about a month ago but didn’t really look into it further. However, yesterday I did a little research and decided it was worth at least joining and trying out. From my understanding, AGLOCO will make money through advertisers, but instead of keeping all the profits for themselves they will share it with their users based on how much they surf the internet. At the moment they are in a sort of prelaunch phase, so they aren’t paying out yet, just building up their community in preparation for the launch of their viewbar. From the reviews I’ve...

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The Value of Digg to Non-Digg Users

Posted by on Jan 3, 2007 in Digg, Internet Marketing, Social Media

A discussion going on on several blogs about whether Digg should be included in Google’s search results has got me thinking about the value that Digg provides to internet users outside of the Digg community. To my understanding the basic argument against Digg being listed in Google’s search results is that Digg provides no new content (except for discussion) and therefore should not be listed above the original articles that are linked to on Digg. First of all, I don’t think Digg’s prevalence in search engine results will change, but the question still remains as to...

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4 Ways To Maximize Your Web Presence

Posted by on Dec 22, 2006 in Internet Marketing, Review, SEO

There are hundreds of ways to promote a business online. I come across new ways to advertise and promote a business online almost every week. However, to simplify things I recommend you first consider doing the following things to get the most bang for your buck. 1. Do some basic Search Engine Optimization Search engines can bring in a huge amount of highly targeted “free” traffic to your website. You can just launch your website and hope you get listed in Google, but with some SEO knowledge and some effort you can almost guarantee that you will get traffic from search engines. My...

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Can a Successful Business be Started With Only $100?

Posted by on Dec 4, 2006 in Entrepreneurship, General, Internet Marketing

Aspiring entrepreneur Carolynn Duncan, has begun an experimental project where she will use only $100 to start a business in 30 days with the goal of making at least a $100 profit to start a new business the next month. In her post describing her plans on “The Hundred Dollar Business” Blog, Carolynn states that she plans to test ten core concepts that she has learned about entrepreneurship from her entrepreneurship class at BYU and from the Utah business community. Carolynn’s business for December is a kiosk at a local mall in Provo, UT, where she is selling bundt cakes,...

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