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Affiliate Ball Announced Featuring Juicy J

Big News! The Affiliate Ball information was just announced. Here’s the official press release. The Affiliate Ball is happy to announce the artist for the upcoming Affiliate Summit in New York will be Juicy J! Juicy J is mostly known as one half of the supergroup, 3-6 Mafia. However Juicy J is enjoying tremendous success with […]

Why I Stopped Reading Articles about Success

Lately, as I’ve been getting all kinds of experiences trying to raise money for my startup the PAR Program, I’ve been thinking a lot about what makes people successful. Sure I’ve sold a few companies, and I wrote a lot about this topic, but I don’t think there is one single successful person that thinks […]

3 Sure Fire Ways to Get Bloggers to Ignore Your Emails

Are you a blogger and gave gotten a random request from someone you don’t know asking you to link to their site? Or better yet, asking if they can guest post? Yet… when you read the post, it looks like it’s been written by a junior high school drop out in some 3rd world country? […]

Free Shirt Friday @vacationhere

This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from This site is an overnight cabin rental company in the Smoky Mountains providing luxurious rentals focusing on the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge areas. If you would like to see your website or company featured on Free Shirt Friday click here. Trying to increase your Google rank that […]

Today I Mourn The Changing Face of Website Monetization and Online Advertising

Today I mourn. I mourn great services that were blindly misled by venture capitalist off the edge of the world. I am afraid for tomorrow. The tomorrow where lore crushes fact, and value is as empty as smoke in the air. I am referring to this evil belief that Data is more valuable than service. […]

Why You Can’t Get a Technical Co-Founder

One of the most frequently faced problems marketers and entrepreneurs in business face these days is the technical aspects of running an online business (or business heavily affected by online). And it totally makes sense, because now the nerds and their software are taking over the internet. Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter, Pinterest, Dropbox… all these […]

How to Master Stuff (Even If You Hate Doing It)

For some kids, it’s soccer. For some kids, it’s playing the piano. No, not me. For me, it was the abacus. If you don’t know what that is, it’s bunch of beads you move around to signify digits. Believe it or not, you can do addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division. Of course, I was a […]


The Internet is completely changing. There are 250 million domain addresses running on 22 Top Level Domains at the moment (.com is by far the most common and so,.net,.biz.) In the next five years there will be over 2000 TLDs including my new favourite – dotCEO. Many people IS […]

Free Shirt Friday- TechWyse @TechWyse

This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from TechWyse. This company is a team of more than 80 avid internet marketers that all specialize in the core areas which contribute to a successful internet marketing campaign For TechWyse, it’s all about the process: 1. Planning & Development – developing website properties that convert traffic and rank […]

What Would You Do For 100,000 Organic Impressions and Over 6,000 Clicks Every Month?

If you are looking for the next “brand new-shiny object” traffic strategy, no need to read further. This post is about an average small business owner, Peggy Mace, in a competitive market, going back to basics and turning the information in her head into over 100,000 organic search impressions in Google alone; without spending a […]

My Experience in Raising Money In Nebraska via Venture Capital and Angel Funding

If you haven’t yet read my pre-raising money post you might want to do so. As I would come to learn we were in a very strange position to raise money for the PAR Program… kind of in no mans land.   We didn’t have a “good idea” that was going to require a bunch […]

FTC goes after for misleading consumers on “people reviews”

As you guys know I follow the FTC pretty closely especially when it comes to web commerce or services. Complaint sites and reputation management are big business. Ranking for people and companies names, especially when the title is in a negative result gets a lot of traffic. On the other side when most consumers see […]

Why Change is the ONLY Thing Constant

First it was Frienster, then MySpace, then Tagged/Hi5/etc. First it was Altavista, then Ask, then Yahoo, etc. First it was adsense arbitrage, free trial rebills, CPC to CPA arbitrage, mobile gaming, etc. If you noticed, the only thing constant here in the past 3 sentences are the commas. Internet is changing. All the time. Why? […]

Free Shirt Friday – @Brand

This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from The Platform enables you to take control of how your brand looks online. The first step in the process is your initial call with on of their staff reporters. will elicit information about your brand that you want to show up online.Thereafter, their team […]

Are You Making The Wrong Assumptions From Your Adwords Data?

It’s 2014. For some reason though, most companies seem to be stuck in 2007. At least when it comes to their marketing strategy. If there is one marketing concept that has been drilled home for over 100 years, it is this… Test, Test, Test. Everyone knows it, so why do I find so few people […]

My Preparation Adventure in raising money for the PAR Program

In the next couple days or so I will write full post about my journey, mostly focused specifically on my experiences dealing with each VC/Angel firm/fund, but before that I wanted to pre pend it with some over all thoughts. About 6 months or so ago I was at a pretty crucial point with the […]

Why Nobody Reads Your Shitty Blog & 3 Ways to Fix It

I had a dream. And it was a dream like every other Asian American college kid in US had – going to medical school. So I took the MCATs (the test for medical school). I was in 99 percentile for math/sciences. English, i was somewhere near “habla ingles?” level. No matter how hard I tried, […]

Mercenary vs. Missionary – What Drives You?

Passion vs. Profits. What drives YOU? If you follow those tech people in silicon valley, you know they have a big mantra on entrepneurship. In that quest for business success, people often put themselves in one of two buckets. Missionary – You’re out to change the world. Mercenary – You’re in it for the kill, […]

Free Shirt Friday – Completed

This week’s Free Shirt Friday comes to us from Let your social networks see your success with social goals and social achievements. One click, and your post is viral. You can bring your to-do list to the web and gain world-wide recognition for completing your goals. Here’s how it works: For important goals that you complete […]

Are You Making These Costly Adwords Campaign Structure Mistakes and Missing Out On Your Most Valuable Customers?

Creating killer Adwords campaign structures is probably the most misunderstood (yet ridiculously important) element of your PPC strategy. If you are like most search advertisers, there probably isn’t much rhyme or reason to your campaign structure. A good portion of the PPC I manage involves taking over accounts that other people have been built out […]

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