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    Wanna-be Apple nut silver trophy M. Johansson's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by micmol
    Ooops ... I'm really showing my age now.

    Nolan Bushnell was the "father of the video-game industry" founder of Atari.

    Thanks to him we are here today ... in some ways.
    We are video game characters?
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    How about some sticky content and value additions to make people keep coming to your site? An online contest, discounts on certain occasions, basic stuff like that. If people like the site they'll spread the word around... you'll get more traffic that should hopefully translate into more business...

    SEO is not all that simple. And most web developers forget about the traditional advertising methods to promote the site. Advertise in local mags, put up banners, include your web address in your letterhead, visiting cards, etc...

    all the best!


    Last edited by Jelena; Apr 3, 2007 at 05:07.
    Be the change you want to see in the world.

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    Two of Bushnells employees were Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniac. He also founded Chuckie Cheese. (How to spell chuckie or chucky?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by micmol
    Dear All
    6/ Focus on multiple interlinking self owned site strategy.
    Great strategy although its not particularly easy to maintain a lot of sites...
    If you do this try to build more informational type sites.

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    This thread should name to "15 Golden Guidelines for success in web world"

    Excellant thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by micmol

    IMHO .. ideas are a dime a dozen. Implemenation is the tough work.

    I have a good collegue who goes further .. he calls the idea people "the useless dreamers." The implementars the "valuable doers".

    Also like this quote says ..

    "Everyone who has ever taken a shower has had an idea. It's the person who gets out of the shower, dries off, and does something about it that makes a difference." *Nolan Bushnell


    I love this, I think it's right on. . . I work in biotech, with a lot of people whom I refer to as "brilliant ideas people," which you perhaps more aptly called "the useless dreamers." I don't have many big, brilliant ideas, but I'm the "implementer" in my group. I've always harbored this secret feeling of satisfaction because I'm the one who actually gives life to the ideas. Implementation may not be "glamorous," but it's very satisfying in its own right.

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    Rule No 15 is the most challenging one.

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    pinecone and other survey..

    If anyone wants to make a 5 dollars from surveys few times a month. Try pinecone research. ITs really hard to find but i found this webpage where you can ask the admin there to email you the link. Before this ive been searching for weeks. neway goodluck to all. his email is at the bottom of the webpage.
    http://pooboy.bravehost.com

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    I was doing some reading through this 'making money online' forum and I actually had one to add to the list.

    http://kalosaurusrex.ecurrencywarrior.com

    You will be making money online by doing currency exchanges. I put $300 and my account has grown to over $12,000 in less than 10 months. Soon I'll be able be making enough on the account alone to work a few hours a day from home and I'll be making 2 times my current income. This is a serious home income stream that is very doable by anyone. You can contact me directly with any questions or even better sign up!

    Do I Have Your Attention Yet?

    If so, then go to the website to learn who's behind this discovery, exactly what this is all about, and how you're going to have the opportunity to expand your business and personal finances (and especially your income) in a major way!

    If you are looking for a "work from home" income this is the place to look.

    http://kalosaurusrex.ecurrencywarrior.com

    Good luck!

    Aaron

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    Quote Originally Posted by micmol

    7/ 10 small sites are better than one big one, but you still must have the one big one.


    Kind Regards

    Micmol

    i've just registered today as i found this forum so interesting starting from the 15 guidelines by micmol (thank you), and #7 really gets my attention most ... my website is just very small, and i don't even have any big one... what do you think ?

    i have my own website ( www.mycl-site.com ) and it is very simple.. whoever likes to make money online is invited to check it out.... also, by joining the program, you can advertise your sites with it so that others can view your site and bring traffics.... i advertise my programs with it and it really works out.... that's the best traffic-exchange so far, and i've been their member for almost one year... it is highly recommended

    feel free to drop message to me here ( or personnally )

    regards,
    Malden.
    www.mycl-site.com

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    I don't agree with point 7.

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    Closed thread. It's old, and now has become nothing but a place for people to SPAM.


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