Saturday, November 21, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
The guys over at StomperNet have really hit the ball out of the park: if you go to their Stomper999 site and sign up for a free Test Drive StomperNet account, you can get over 40 pieces of content - no charge! Just click here
Guess when you've got over 1400 training videos in your extensive Library, you can afford to give a *lot* of stuff away.
While you're there, you should also check out their new StomperCommerce software - this thing is *really* easy to use to build a search-engine friendly shopping cart. Take a look here
I hear a rumor that StomperNet is building up for some kind of nuclear weapon drop first part of next week - if I didn't already know about the 11 tools that new members will get I probably wouldn't believe there was anything left!
Happy Internet Marketing
P.S. Don't forget to go check out the Free Webinar page at Stomper999 - they're having webinars for the next week with the faculty talking about their areas of expertise AND reviewing the new tools:
Saturday, September 12, 2009
They're giving away Stomping the Search Engines 2 for free as part of their amazing Stomper 09/09/09 launch.
Click here to go to the launch
This formerly $500 product (priced way too low) is just one of the things they're giving away today.
Don't know how they do it.
But there's no doubt they know this stuff - they were teaching SEO before anybody even KNEW about SEO.
Click here to find out more
Teaching - that's what StomperNet does.
And they also announced something called StomperSyndicator, yet another free tool you'd get if you joined.
This thing is the mac daddy of syndicating and distributing content for SEO.
So go check out Day 3 of StomperNet's launch. If you've missed Days 1 and 2, easy to get caught up while you're there.
Check it out now
Tuesday, September 08, 2009
I've got it on good authority that StomperNet is reopening for new members for the first time in over 16 months. And they're looking for new Stompers to be part of the Success Story.
Let's face it: for 3 years, StomperNet has given its members a pretty serious leg up on their competitors.
So if them reopening was the ONLY good news, that would probably be enough.
But there's more...WAY more.
The word is that StomperNet is going to be WAY less expensive to join AND offer a lot more (how do those guys DO that?!?)
Apparently they've cut some serious deals and now will have a bunch of great tools included in the membership, to go along with the world-class library of cutting-edge content and the Faculty that just hit 20 strong.
So, get ready to go check it out - only a couple days away now - clear the decks because Wednesday at 9 am you're going to want to see this page:
Once you see it, you're probably going to WANT to be that next Success Story.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Thursday, August 06, 2009
"On this otherwise happy Thursday morning, Twitter is the target of a denial of service attack," said company co-founder Biz Stone on the company's blog.
It is estimated that there are over 45 million users of Twitter, making the service on of critical importance for people, businesses and Internet Marketing companies alike.
"Attacks such as this are malicious efforts orchestrated to disrupt and make unavailable services such as online banks, credit card payment gateways, and in this case, Twitter for intended customers or users." said Stone.
The Register reports that the attack was the result of a JoeJob spamming campaign.Joejobs are spam messages that are designed not to push Viagra but to induce someone to click on a link in the hopes of harming the site being linked to. Essentially, millions of people get an email that says something benign like "Please click the link to my blog"; the link points to Twitter rather than the blog & people clicking on it are not aware of the harm that they're causing.
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
- The ability to use multiple accounts quickly and simply
- The ability to follow users who have mentioned a particular keyword or phrase in their tweets
- The ability to follow users who mention keywords in their biography
- Follow people within a certain distance of a geographical location
- Automate the process of following people who are relevant
- See statistics on the effects of this automated following in order to find the most successful following techniques over time.
- To cease following when the following/followers ratio gets too high.
- Automatically unfollow.
- Maintain a 'Safelist' of users who are never to be unfollowed.
- Send posts.
- Schedule posts.