Grumpy Old Man – Early Morning Drivers

Grumpy Old Man – Early Morning Drivers Due to a large hole in my bank balance, and my wife’s constant complaints about me spending too much time at home, I made the big step back into the J.O.B. (Just Over Broke) market and landed myself a short term contract at an aerospace company. By not…

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Grumpy Old Man – World Cup Musings

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Grumpy Old Man – World Cup Musings Well, England did better than I actually thought, we got a point, but in the so-called group of death, how did Costa Rica do so much better than England, not only in the game against us, but in the tournament as a whole? Also, look at the German…

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Google Trends And Its Use For Internet Marketers

Google Trends And Its Use For Internet Marketers Over the past few months, I’ve been looking at the Google Trends page (https://www.google.co.uk/trends/) on an irregular basis to try and see if there could be any use in the trends it publishes for Internet Marketers and how this information could be used. Google Trends is supplied…

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How to avoid the “shiny object” syndrome!

How to avoid the “shiny object” syndrome! Over the years, like me, you must have been tempted by the newest and brightest latest thing to hit the internet marketing marketplace which will make your life so much easier. It will be easier to install, require nothing more than two, or even one, click of the…

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Grumpy Old Man – Freedom Pass (Eventually!)

Grumpy Old Man – Freedom Pass (Eventually!) As I’m older than I look, well that is my impression anyway, the time has now passed when eventually I am entitled to my Freedom Pass giving me access to all Transport For London public transport services for free. This pass used to be an automatic when you…

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Five Ways to Stop Information Overload

Five Ways to Stop Information Overload Like many people, I am interested in many topics and always wanting to have access to the latest information, but, like me, if you are following the giant topic that is Internet Marketing, there is so much flying around that you could soon drown under the vast ocean of…

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Three Steps To Creating A Successful Call To Action!

Three Steps To Creating A Successful Call To Action! Once you have attracted someone to your web site and have managed to get them interested in your article or squeeze page, then don’t let them get away. And the best way to keep them is to create a simple “CALL TO ACTION” so that they…

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Ten Guilty Pleasures!

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This is a second post that I have borrowed from Chris Brogan (http://chrisbrogan.com) and his list of “100 Blog Topics I Hope You Write” so thanks to Chris and credit to him for the title. So what are my ten guilty pleasures and do I rank them in an order of priority or just as…

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Grumpy Old Man – The Big Issue!

Big Issue

Now before you judge me on this post, I am not against the principles of the Big Issue as a means to help the more disadvantaged in our local communities, but more about what I see and read about the whole issue of the Big Issue these days. I’ll start with some history since the…

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Five Top Tips For Squeeze Pages

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To begin and sustain any on-line business, you need to create your list of subscribers and this is achieved by having a squeeze page as the place people first arrive when they come to your site so what do we need to do to capture their details and add them to your list? Add An…

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