In my story Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde I outlined the contradictory nature of my job/entreprenuer situation. Basically I have been working very hard at ‘getting out of the rat race’, meaning my 9 to 5 job, and just as I started to make some serious progress, I received a highly coveted “Permanent Position” as [...]
I’ve been testing the new [still in Beta] Chitika eMiniMalls banner ad system and the results have been pretty good so far. I wouldn’t call them a serious threat to Google’s Adsense, but the real beauty of these ads is that, if you configure them correctly, they can be used on the same page as [...]
It’s time for the Carnival of Personal Finance #19 at Consumerism Commentary. Flexo it the Carnival’s creator and this weeks Carnival is chalk full of interesting items: Going To CostCo With An Aching In My Heart by Jane Dough Just Because You Made Money, Donâ€™t Assume Youâ€™re Smart by Scott on Money Is You Cheap [...]
As a follow up to my story about Investment Spam and Avoiding Pump and Dump stock promotion tactics. When I first looked at the spam email promoting ANDL it was trading at $1.25, which was a day after it opened trading at $1.00. By the time I wrote the story on the 11th it was [...]
It’s Carnival time at Wealthy Web [a fellow Rich Dadder]. So check out the 20th Edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance.
Funny and relevant mash up of Google’s Search Engine and George Orwell’s 1984 …visit Google 2084. Could it be the NY Times thinks Google is getting too powerful?
I’ve never really been one for getting advice. I guess I’m the stereotypical male who, no matter how lost, won’t ask for directions. But I’ve read a lot of Rich Dad material at this point and he is constantly emphasizing the need to have a team of experts to guide your money making endeavors. So, [...]
Just a quick heads up post, domain names are on sale at Yahoo! for $2.99. I have all my domains registered there and they do a fine job. They don’t have a transfer service so new registrations only. The other great thing is that it’s not one of these first year is $2.99 and every [...]
When I did my guest blogger gig on Problogger’s Personal Finance blog this summer, fellow guest blogger Dimitri and I had quite a good time poking fun at the investment spam emails that we were receiving. An email that I received this morning has inspired me to continue: Profit-Picks Alert This Week: ANDL ANDL is [...]
A common strategy for online businesses is to optimize pages to capture search engine traffic on specific keyword phrases. On another one of my sites I have done that, optimizing for the name of most of the major car rental companies. Last week I received the following in my inbox: To Whom It May Concern: [...]