Richard is a full time professional, Husband and Father. In his spare time he is also a part time blogger, bringing you full time service.
This fourth wave of social media is interesting. I'm actually very wary of it because people are getting marketted way too much. Not only that, but it's very introverted type of marketing. Meaning that businesses pull what you like and they feed it back to you. The problem is that people are now only getting narrow perspectives of the world. The internet instead of broadening people's perspectives and making them more open minded is now a tool to narrow focuses and cause people to become more narrow minded. It's kind of scary.
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6 months, 1 week ago on The Fourth Wave of Social Media
Thanks to Keith for this awesome article!
6 months, 1 week ago on 4 Backlinks Any Future Super Blogger Needs In Abundance For Targeted Visitors
Suggest going white elp[hant with your close friends or family so you can save on gifts.
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6 months, 1 week ago on How to Keep from Overspending This Holiday Season
I think it's a good time to buy stock in facebook.
6 months, 1 week ago on Facebook Has Outage, Stock Back Below $20 Near November 2012 Lockup Expiration
@webdesigncompany Thank you. The key to guest posting is clear communication, both from the blogger and the guest author. It sounds like you had a bad experience previously. But guest posting can be a powerful promotional tool if used properly.
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7 months, 4 weeks ago on How to Attract and Submit Quality Guest Posts
@norbertkimble You can also use a password manager such as one password or lastpass to manage your passwords remotely and export all your passwords as an excel file as a backup.
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8 months ago on Some Tips on Using Technology to Keep Your Information Secure
@shkhanal @richescorner too early to tell about the earnings. I'll give it a month or two and write a followup. They have a good selection of financial affiliates. I think they have great potential for generating leads. Their landing pages/websites are well designed and look like they should convert well.
Btw, I see you on my referral list, so I suspect your account has been approved already.
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8 months, 1 week ago on Pay Per Lead Affiliate Marketing with T3leads
@shkhanal Thanks for joining. After I signed up and verified my account, I was given my affiliate manager's contact information. I actually didn't wait for them to approve me, I just emailed him and let him know who I was and inquired about getting expedited in the approval process. I was literally approved the next morning. My affiliate manager wrote me back quickly and offered any assistance. They're very responsive.
Of course confronting his fears and defeating them manifested in the Balrog is how he was able to gain the white.
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8 months, 3 weeks ago on Gandalf’s Limits
I am well familiar with this fear. I often get scam letters in the mail about loan modifications. You can often contact the bank yourself and investigate a loan mod directly. This is probably the safest way to go.
8 months, 3 weeks ago on Distressed Homeowners Avoiding Legitimate Assistance Out Of Fear of Scams
Absolutely! Nothing impresses better than a thorough knowledge about the company. You present yourself as an asset for the company because you showed enough interest to learn more about them.
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8 months, 3 weeks ago on Having a Successful Interview: Tips and Techniques to Get Your Job
@blog seo Not really. If you think about it starting a retail business 20 years ago would have costed thousands in leasing space and setting up a brick and mortar store. Now, I can start a retail business online for hosting fees of less than $20 a month.
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9 months ago on Using Technology to Improve Efficiency in Business
@TheJackB It's definitely worth it. $80 bucks is for the 1080p version. I think it's a pretty good deal for everything that you get and if it helps you cut the cord on cable or satellite, then it'll be a huge money saver in the long run. Also, if you have a 720p tv, you can go for the cheaper model that goes to 720p for $60. I have one of those as well on one of my small tvs.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on I Love my Roku
No, I enjoy reading the grammer posts even though I'm not a grammer geek. I still find them fun to read and I learn something about grammer that improves my writing. I say keep going. Don't hold back.
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10 months, 2 weeks ago on Should I Soften the Blow?
One of my favorite movies of all time and my favorite Billy Crystal role. The Princess Bride is a great example of story telling at its best. I love that a single line from that movie can evoke the memory of the moment so clearly. That's when you know you've told a great story.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on You Rush a Miracle Man, You Get Rotten Miracles
The most important thing you can do to be successful blogging is to pick a topic that you are passionate about. Don't just blog about blogging or blog about making money online because that's what everyone else is doing. Go through your list of hobbies and pick one that you can talk about all day. Think of the ones that your friends roll their eyes at when you start in on the topic because you've talked them to death about it. Then start a blog about that and write about it in the same way you might talk to your friends about it.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on How to Be a Success Online Guaranteed - Being Passionate About Your Website or Blog
I agree! I manually edited my blog's theme to make the font larger and actually made the line spacing a bit bigger as well to improve readability.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on I'm not blind, but use a larger font, please
I love trying out new technology, including all the task list apps. I actually have moved away from the pen and paper task list. However, for a quick note I do find it faster to just find a pencil and paper to make a note. That's probably why it's hard to move completely to a techie solution. Siri helps a lot though and I'm slowly, but surely getting used to speaking my reminders.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Technology vs. Paper for Your Task List
I personally don't like to do a hard sell on my blog. Rather, I talk about the tips, techniques and products that I use and how it helps me out without trying to pitch the product. I try to give valuable information and speak from personal experience.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Read This Before Your Blog's Bait And Switch
@fkysmile You're right. This is a post from 18 months back. I don't delete my old posts. I find that many of these social media advertising outlets often change their procedures. I think it's because it's a new medium and they are still finding their way.
Mylikes doesn't appear to automatically retweet likes anymore. However, they've removed their tweet limit. Also, I've found that their offers are much lower these days.
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10 months, 2 weeks ago on Earn More with Your Social Network with Mylikes