December 6, 2023

Archives for June 2009

How To Make iPhone Remote Work On OS3.0

If you’ve just recently updated your iPhone to version 3.0 of the iPhone software you may have noticed that the apple Tunes remote application has stopped working. When I updated, attempting to open the remote application would instantly cause it to crash. I quickly looked to see if there was an update, and there wasn’t. […]

Why Twitter Bots Are Effective

Scoble and I started a discussion this morning about how a majority of twitter followers are useless (and about how Robert has a big ego.) Scoble’s ego, the echo chamber, and how people in the valley live in their own world is a topic I’d love to discuss, but for now I’d like to concentrate […]

Why the FTC Blog Monitoring is Good

There’s a ton of fear mongering going on right now in the blogosphere about the FTC’s plans to monitor blogs for claims. A lot of bloggers are worried about what this ruling might mean for them and fearful that it could harm the industry. I don’t think there’s anything to worry about here. If anything, […]

Online Quizzes

Online quizzes have always fascinated me – mainly in the sense that so many people take them and actually rely on them to answer more serious questions in their life. It seems like you can find an online quiz for almost anything now. So, with that said, I’ve created a few more fun ones to […]

Airlines Using Sesame Seed Economics

A common example talked about in most marketing curriculums is what we call the sesame seed problem. It’s what happens when businessmen try too hard to cut costs without focusing on the real issue. Fast food buns come with sesame seeds on them. Every few years some genius MBA will get an idea like “if […]

Advertise on NoSlang, NoSwearing, TranslateBritish, and WoWSlang

Starting Monday I will be selling advertising on the AllSlang family of websites. The main site in this group is Ads are available on the homepage, as well as site wide and will be accepted in text and banner format. CPM rates range from $0.35 to $1.00 depending on placement, site, and number of […]

21 Places To Post Content With DoFollow Links

update: I should have seen this a mile away, but the comments section of this post is NOT one of the good places to post your links. Please stop trying – they get nofollowed anyway. Caution: This post is somewhat grey-hat SEO. Linkbuilding in SEO has gotten harder and harder. It used to be that […]

Analytics Companies: Please update to include Bing

Update: As of 3:00 PM, a mere 5 or 6 hours after I posted this, Omniture and Webtrends have contacted me to say that they do now properly list Bing as a search engine. That’s pretty awesome turnaround on their parts. Still waiting on Google Analytics. No idea about Hitslink, I don’t have an account. […]