Here’s a little insight into my crazy world of computers and multiple devices ..
You see, ALL of my work revolves around computers, and I like
to have access to my resources wherever I am.
So here’s what I do to keep track of articles, websites and emails
I want to look at but don’t necessarily have time the moment I find them.
Essential Tools To Stay Synced
GetPocket – I use this to keep in sync articles I want to read whether
I’m at my home PC, work PC or at a café using my Tablet.
Google Reader – subscribe to the RSS feed of blogs you’re interested.
An RSS reader is a much better way to surf the web. Take a tour:
Google Account – I can access my Google account for email,
calendar, tasks, photos, files (using Drive) from anywhere!
LastPass – a password safe you can install
on each computer you use (plus tablet or iPhone).
On the topic of passwords…
Your passwords need to be complex and different for each
website you register with.
How are you going to remember each password?
Here’s what I do (I recommend you do the same):
- figure out a pattern and use that to create each password
- store the password in LastPass so you don’t need to remember
it, but could work it out using the pattern if you have to.
What Have I Missed?
Do you have any software or apps you can’t do without? Let me know below
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If your email inbox is anything like mine, you will have seen a flood of emails recently about blogging.
Firstly, the Empower Network had their debut conference last week, which generated some massive blogging momentum.
Secondly, superstar Ray Higdon’s is in full launch mode with a new product, and it seems all the big dogs are out promoting it to their lists.
I like to watch the leader boards of these contests, and this time something surprising happened. One of my mentors for training in what I shall call ‘offline marketing’ has entered the race, and is doing very well. I first heard of Eric Worre a few years ago and I must have listed to his “Go Pro” course at least 50 times.
Eric has a pretty big following, but he’s definitely not an internet marketer. Yet he sends one email to his loyal list and immediately jumps to 5th place of the leader board.
Blogging for Old School Network Marketers
So I think that maybe the traditional, offline network marketer is waking up to the internet. They’re realizing they need to blog and brand themselves if they want to succeed in the industry.
If you’re wondering how to get started blogging, it’s really easy. There are many packages to choose from, but I like GVO for web hosting because it contains everything you need (now or later) for one low price.
The blogging software that runs on your website is called WordPress and is as easy to use as Microsoft Word.
Go on! Start your blog today!
PS. Last minute update …… I just checked my email and saw that the latest leader board for this launch has Eric Worre as #1 !
The contest isn’t over yet, but Wow!
By the way, my other top 2 magazines are Success and Time. I used to have a subscrition for Time but no longer (too much bad news).
Success magazine has an online version, buy the way, that is incredibly cheap and worth picking up a subscription for.
What are you favorite magazines? Leave me a comment below, and share & like this post too.
PS did you notice the people featured inside the issues? Great way for making yourself an authority figure to your potential partners!
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Here’s an interview with Matt Mickiewicz (Co-founder) I saw on YouTube
“How to Sell Your WordPress Blog at Flippa”
Why sell a website?
Maybe, like me, you want to focus on something other than a website you have? You could just let it die, but why not see what it can sell for?
Another alternative is to build niche websites and sell them at a profit.
Why buy a website?
Buying an existing website can give you instant organic search traffic and Google page ranking. If you build a site from scratch it takes months to happen.
You could also pick up a bargain. If you can spot them, that could be quite lucrative.
I’ve been marketing online for just over a year, and in that time I’ve tried lots of things and I have bought a large number of domains and have half built blogs on most of them.
So last week I decided I’ll get rid of all those distractions so I can focus on my core business. As a frequent reader/visitor, you will know that is Internet marketing training and affiliate marketing.
I’ve put my first site up for sale and it’s getting a few bids already. I expect it to sell for about $300. It’s quite new, so doesn’t get much traffic, but it is a good, keyword rich domain.
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