When I first cut my teeth on digital networks, it was via a set of online discussion forums called Fidonet. This was in the early 90s, the days before many people had access to the Internet.
As the Internet rolled around (and I'd like to think I was an early apopter) it was possible migrate across to a more widely syndicated set of online discussions, called Usenet. Read the rest of this entry
There's one sure fire way to make money on the Internet, and that's to release a product about something that you're an expert in.
(really, I should add something that you're an expert in and has a set of buyers waiting…)
The more difficult challenge. How do you release a product about something you're not an expert in? Read the rest of this entry
Recently, I happened to briefly mention an annoyance of mine on the Warrior Forum, and was rather surprised that it didn't irritate many other people.
It's related to the whole international aspect of Internet Marketing which often seems to flow straight past others.
And, in this case, it's related to the annual calendar. Read the rest of this entry