Flashback to 1995 It's roughly the 20th anniversary of Windows 95. I was there, in Redmond when it rolled out. With Jay Leno and Bill Gates. I got a private demo of Blackbird, which was supposed to be Visual Basic for the Internet. Quite a day. Show More Summary
The concept of the "funnel" has been used in sales for years. And it is quite possible that you've heard the idea of the sales funnel before. In this episode of CBB, I outline what I call the blog profit funnel. The post CBB111: An Overview Of The Blog Profit Funnel appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.
To make your Marketing Nerds and SEJ Marketing ThinkTank experience better, we've launched new landing pages for our content initiatives. The post Check out SEJ’s New #MarketingNerds and #SEJThinkTank Landing Pages by @AkiLiboon appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Love my Samsung Galaxy Tab 7, but the display sleep timer drives me crazy when I'm reading an ebook on the Kindle app. Keeps turning the screen off! How do I stop this? The post How do I enable Samsung Smart Screen? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
It is very time spending to Make perfect custom css template design so here we have included some free Dreamweaver templates which incorporates pre-made CSS formats to play around with. Adobe Dreamweaver gives you a chance to effortlessly alter the css layouts without much issues. Show More Summary
For those of you who still getting used to the new picture, here are a few PR strategies to get your CEO’s name out there effectively. The post 4 Creative #PR Strategies for Your CEO by @ChelseaHarrigan appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Popcorn Time and its users continue to face pressure from copyright holders but the application's developers don't plan to cave in anytime soon. Instead, they're turning the tables, blaming Hollywood's lack of affordable legal options for Popcorn Time's success. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
Stress is a devil that has become an integral part of our lives in the 21st century. Most of the time, we’re
Comments get a bad rap, and sometimes that’s fair: they can be unrelentingly awful. But sometimes online comments can make the web better — like when they prompt great conversations, point out great tools, or make something hilarious even better. Show More Summary
Lately, Samsung has launched a little unusual campaign to promote its high-end Galaxy S series smartphone especially for existing iPhone users. With
We all have weaknesses. For most people, a punch to the face will cause them to go down. Other people have more specific weaknesses. For example, I’m terrified of spiders, so if you start throwing spiders at me, I’ve been bested. For superheroes and villains, their weaknesses are a little bit different. Show More Summary
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