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What Does Intel’s New 3D Chip Mean?

There’s a lot of excitement about Intel’s new chip, and some of it is well justified. It is a breakthrough. For some time, chip manufacturers have been at their ceiling of capabilities and you’d have been forgiven for thinking that Moore’s Law is finally reaching its zenith. The arrival of 3-D chips means at last read on
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How is ‘the cloud’ affecting business?

Cloud computing is already nothing new but as usual, with technical terms, it is taking some time to be understood and used in mainstream business. In this post, I aim to clear up some of the misconceptions about what cloud computing is, and isn’t, and hopefully provide some useful pointers for how it could be read on
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Can Exponential Growth Be Engineered

This is the key question for business owners trying to carve a path to fast success. When exponential growth has been experienced in the marketplace, companies grow very large (and very rich) much quicker than their linear counterparts. read on

Digital Marketing

Mike Filsaime

What is Traffic Fusion?

Mike Filsaime’s Traffic Fusion caused confusion among many Internet Marketers. So lets have a quick run-down on what this product actually is. To understand how Traffic Fusion works, its important first of all to have a basic understand of what Internet marketers mean by Integration Marketing.  Mark Joyner is credited for coining this phrase and read on
John Reese

Traffic Secrets 2, The Verdict

Traffic Secrets 2.0 was released following a last-minute adjustment to allow for hightened server-load, at 1.00pm Eastern Standard Time on July 15th back in 2008 This was nearly four years since John Reese launched Traffic Secrets 1.0 and famously took $1 Million in orders within 24 hours. Traffic Secrets 2.0 sold for a lesser price, read on
Peter Ward

Is WAYN.com Really Working?

Here’s an interesting case for anyone looking to build a new service online… Wayn, (Where Are You Now), is one of the UK hopefuls in the race for social networking dominance. Founded by Peter Ward in 2005, it targets young single people with freedom to travel. It is now gets 6.5 Million visitors each month, read on

Internet Strategy

Internet Marketing Tips 11-20

Use the word “guaranteed” in your ad. People want to be assured they are not risking their hardearned money buying your product. For example, you could say, “Our product comes with a 90-day moneyback guarantee!” Another example would be, “Don’t forget our product comes with a lifetime guarantee!” Use the word “limited” in your ad. read on

Internet Marketing Tips 21-30

21 Make copies of your web site in many different languages. This’ll allow foreign speaking people to read your web site and advertisements. For example, if one of your visitors couldn’t read English, would they buy from you? It would be very unlikely. You could just have all the languages of your web site listed read on

Internet Marketing Tips 31-40

31 Motivate people to buy your product. Tell them positive things. For example, you could say, “You can now reach your goals and change your life if you buy our product.” If you come across positive in your ad copy, they will become positive about reaching their goals using your product. 32 Increase your ratio read on

Internet Marketing Tips 41-50

41 Allow your visitors to decided how much they want to pay for your product. I only recommend it for products that don’t sell or ones that hardly sell. Tell them you’ll accept offers via e-mail or your web form. You could even accept fair barter deals for other products and services. 42 Never assume read on

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