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Archive for July, 2007

Top Ten Comments That Work In Any Situation

As I posted earlier in July, (What Type of Post Needs a Comment?) I feel that a blogger should create their site to both develop a rapport with the readers and offer information that will help them reach their goals. More and more, I have been reading comments on other sites that add little or [...]

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How Often Should a Blog Stay On Topic?

I was thinking about this question two nights ago as I sat down to write a posting on Real Estate Investing. I had most of it written when I realized that Real Estate Investing has very little to do with the main topic for my blog. While I am not a full-blown ‘Make Money Online’ [...]

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Review of Smart Couples Finish Rich by David Bach

I was lucky enough to get this book as a gift from a friend. It’s one of the books I’ve walked by one hundred times but never actually picked up to buy. I’m glad I received it when I did! David Bach, who invented the Latte Factor is a personal finance guru with a number [...]

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Digg Drops Google for Microsoft – Great STUFF

Here’s some new news from Digg that I found while surfing the web today at ClickZ.com. Apparently Digg has chosen to drop Google as their domestic advertisement supplier and has chosen Microsoft to take over the program. I know that there are a lot of people out there who hate Microsoft but personally, I couldn’t [...]

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The First 20 Minutes of the Secret

Hey everyone, I’ve spent the evening doing a bunch of research across the web. I also found this YouTube video that shows the first 20 minutes of The Secret movie. I haven’t seen it yet but this is right up my alley.

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A How To Guide for the New Blogger

I just read this posting by Courtney Tuttle over at CourtneyTuttle.com called 5,263 Words on Starting a Profitable Blog. Yes, you may look at this and say, “5,263 words? That’s an eBook not a posting!” I’d love to see Courtney turn this into an eBook rather than one big posting. A lot of people just [...]

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Lessons from Monday Night Soccer – Game 3

It was another hot night on the field and we pulled another stunning victory off to a viewing crowd of two. Once again the night was about 98 degrees F and I went through about 5 bottles of water. I also went through about 1/2 a medium pizza before the game which didn’t help one [...]

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What Type of Post Needs a Comment?

Back in early July, I wrote a posting about Using Comments to Get Linkbacks. Although I still agree with this concept, I’ve started to think more about the value-added piece that I continue to promote. My question is: Why do so many people make comments on posts that are completely unrelated to the main blog [...]

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It’s Already Been Done, So Make It Better

On Wednesday night I was driving to the lake for the weekend and I was listening to an amazing Business Seminar on tape (yes cassette tape). The seminar was by T. Harv Ecker who brought together dozens of the best money makers in different areas for a three day seminar. Each speaker, including Robert G. [...]

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Motivation And Wealth – A Clear Link

I had a discussion with some friends the other day and we were talking about the different motivation levels that people have. We talked about how some people are happy to sit around all day playing their Wii while others are motivated to get out there and invest, write or educate themselves further. By the [...]

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