Entries Tagged 'Tools I use' ↓
February 1st, 2012 — Blogging, Copywriting, Internet marketing, Our services, Outsourcing, Tools I use, Web 2.0 marketing
How do we build sites so quickly and cheaply using the hands down, best darn software tools available? We use the WordPress Website Framework. That’s how.
WordPress is the one and only web software we use to create beautiful websites and blogs. WordPress like to say it is both “free and priceless at the same time.” WordPress is open source software meaning it really is free.
The core software is built by hundreds of community volunteers, and when you’re ready for more there are thousands of plugins and themes available to transform your site into almost anything you can imagine. WordPress says “Over 60 million people have chosen WordPress to power the place on the web they call “home” — we’d love you to join the family.”
December 2nd, 2008 — Blogging, Tools I use, Web 2.0 marketing
There’s no two ways about it – SEO is hot again. In the last 6 weeks, SEOmoz has received a higher than normal volume of requests for consulting. Alongside that, we’ve been getting calls from venture capital firms out of the blue – seven to date – asking either about investments they’re considering in the SEO sphere (and requesting insight) or literally asking whether SEOmoz would like to take more capital to grow (post about that coming soon).
January 7th, 2008 — Blogging, Copywriting, Tools I use
I was sitting down the beach today after a barreling dawn session at “The Wreck” in Byron Bay and was thinking about the values of pen versus computer when planning…………..and decided that nothing beats pen and paper especially after my recent trip to Malaysia where my laptop got fried yet again…
OctiSphere 1.0 created at Bondi Icebergs Club 2003
I decided to revert to my diary for initial notes and the mud-map of what we were planning on our 08 projects and how they all fitted together. Now I understand you may think these sketches are the product of a deranged mind but they are in fact proof of concept. The first image is Octisphere1.0 which we mapped out at the Bondi Life Savers club in 2003.
December 30th, 2007 — Tools I use
From smartphones to handheld gadgets, the tech tools listed here enhance productivity for mobile professionals
These tools help make you more productive at performing your job remotely. Some of these items can used in unexpected ways like the e-book reader with access to 1000′s of electronic books or the The new waterproof SANYO Xacti E1 camcorder that you can use on land and underwater!
You don’t need a computer to make free calls anymore. Use 3 Skypephone instead. It’s a stylish mobile phone that calls, texts and takes pictures like you’d expect it to – but wait, there’s more – you can also use it to call and instant message your friends, free, wherever they are in the world.
December 28th, 2007 — Tools I use, Traveling tips I use
Our outsourcing company already has customers from New York to New Zealand and combined with my non profit work I’m going to be on the road more than ever before next year. I estimate I’ll probably be in at least 20 countries over at least 3 continents from Jan – Dec 08. That’s on planes, motorbikes, boats, jeepneys, trains, horses, trikes and all other kinds of transport you can possibly imagine. ie I’ll be pretty much in the ‘field’ so to speak! Seeing as I chew through laptops every year I’ve finally taken the plunge and bought a full-assault, rugged laptop from Panasonic. It’s called a TOUGHBOOK…and that’s exactly what this thing is TOUGH…TOUGH….TOUGH! It kicks ass and I’ve been bush-testing it in the Noosa hinterlands over Christmas.
November 21st, 2007 — Earn while you travel, Internet marketing, Productivity, Tools I use
I don’t normally review new IM products so quickly but this one has saved me about a days work on my adwords campaigns over the last two hours. Now I only purchased it 3 hours ago so the learning curve is not steep. In fact its the opposite. Its downright easy as pie…
A new PPC tool I’ve tested for the last 6 hours is Google Assassin. It has a dashboard called the Affiliates Den which is stacked with heaps of very powerful, easy to use and time saving tools for Pay-Per-Click advertisers (especially Clickbank Affiliates although I don’t really use it for that).