A week ago, I upgraded from my (very) old BlackBerry Bold 9000 to the new Bold Touch 9900. A couple of days ago, I added a 32G PlayBook tablet to my BlackBerry collection – and I love it. I got it for $249 + taxes at FutureShop.
This is not the first time that PeerFly sends me a gift, and just like last time, it’s an amazing one. I’m eating these cookies and chocolates like crazy, they’re really good. I’m not the only one who thinks it. Here are some pics: Continue reading “2011 Holiday Gifts from PeerFly and PKR”
Over the years, I’ve seen many people complain about Paypal, whether it be on forums or on blogs. Allegations of accounts being closed, funds being frozen, all kinds of stuff etc. So, just to tip the scale the other way, here’s a story where a chargeback was actually covered by Paypal’s Seller Protection Policy.
I’ve been using Paypal since I started doing business online. I’ve never had a problem with them. I do find that the fees are quite high at times, but you can’t beat the convenience of the service. Continue reading “Paypal Chargeback Protection Is the Real Deal!”
Some of you may already know how to only display your unread email messages in Gmail, but if you are clueless, like I was just 5 minutes ago, this will be useful.
To see only your unread mail in Gmail, you just need to: Continue reading “How to Show Only Unread Messages in Gmail”
If there’s one thing we know for sure about the information age, it’s that the old ways of marketing and gaining new customers has permanently shifted away from print advertisements and phone books. The Internet is the place to establish a presence and connect to customers through marketing and social media. And when it comes to using the web, search engine optimization (SEO) is the name of the game, and DIYSEO intends to help you win it. Continue reading “Introducing DIYSEO – The Tool To Do Your SEO Yourself”
Back in the days, I used to be a big video gamer. Along with my brother, we would spend most of our time going through one game after the next.
Nowadays, I barely play. I have a PS3, but I only play some of the EA games (NHL and FIFA), and only once in a while at best. Anyway, the point of this post was just to share this Call of Duty commercial I just saw on TV. It features Kobe Bryant and Jimmy Kimmel (any other celebrities?). It made me smile. Continue reading “Call of Duty: Black Ops TV Commercial – There’s A Soldier In All Of Us”
Email marketing has quickly become a very popular method for sending commercial offers to specific audiences. With online services like Aweber.com, building a list is now easier than ever. Each email sent out to a list of subscribers carries the potential to bag high profits for the sender, at no cost to them. Continue reading to discover the fantastic ways that email marketing will improve your business. Continue reading “5 Benefits of Using Email Marketing”
Just a very quick note to point you to a new page I added to the blog, Recommend Web Resources.
On the page, I basically list products and services I use to run my business. All the products on that page will be ones I recommend, and I try to explain why for each.
Hope it will help some of you. Resources Page.
Compelling Evidence is the second Steve Martini book I’ve read – the first one was The Judge. I have this tendency of reading two random books of an author before deciding whether I’ll read his entire collection or not. In Martini’s case, I’ll be reading more. Continue reading “Steve Martini – Compelling Evidence Review”
If you’re wondering how to create a contact form, then you should definitely take a look at FormStack, formerly known as FormSpring.com. I’ve now been using formstack for about 5 months, and I really like it.
FormStack referral code = 81625992
Formstack.com is a web-based application that lets you create simple and complex forms online that you can then use on your websites. Continue reading “How to create a contact form – Formstack Review”