There has been a lot of "chatter" over the last few months about the importance of including video content in websites and on social media. I have also noticed that Facebook now appears to accept video as the banner on Facebook fan pages.Recently I have noticed a large number of marketing emails promoting video creation tools such as Content Samurai, Video Robot, Videze and VidcuratorFX. On doing some research I found, apart from Content Samurai, most were promoted through JVZOO with upto 4 or
I posted this question a few days ago but have had no response. I have since found the member who owns the site and PM'd but no response either and still getting lots of spam. I have now unsubscribed from the Forum topic but whilst there I noticed a lot of spam topics as well as spam entries in the Introduction Topic to which I was subscribed, have been created in the forum on the site. To me looks like there is an issue on the site that is allowing the intrusions but the owner of the site ap
Found this article in www.news.com.au today. http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/beauty/face-body/founder-of-zoeva-turned-her-ebay-store-into-a-multimillion-dollar-business-venture/news-story/7d66b43af699549e951e39a5d9eeac75
Today's Momentum quote:“Overthinking ruins you. Ruins the situation, twists it around, makes you worry and just makes everything much worse than it actually is.”In my case overthinking in affiliate marketing leads to frustration, procrastination and not getting the job done.Hard to teach an old dog new tricks (me making another excuse) but in reality I must stop and just get on with it. By doing I will learn and grow.CheersGeoff
I took the the link from AngelaHall 's blog post https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/angelahall/blog/3-steps-to-achieve-any-goal-or-dream and stumbled on Evan Carmichael's Believe channel. Some fantastic material in there. Has over 370,000 subscribers and more than 44.5 million views. I think i can see why!
Received this email this morning. WARNING WARNING!!!! Now "jan nilssen" is my sister's name but email@example.com is not her email address and she never signs off like in this email. And what does "sup Geoff" mean. I googled "dave cronk" and there is in fact a davecronk.com but it has been hacked. Would not ever risk clicking on that link in this email. DELETE DELETE!!! (I did tak a screenshot first:) to post here)We must be aware at all times. A little fine tuning to an email like this ma
From today's Momentum:“It is more important to know where you are going than to get there quickly. Do not mistake activity for achievement.” IsocratesThis not a get it done quickly environment, and to be sure no such environments exist. It is about setting our own goals, planning how we meet them and undertake what is required to reach them. There are many hurdles and holes along the way but we can build ladders and brdiges to get over them with the knowkedge availble here within WA
I get a number of this sort of thing in my emails each week.Besides my Avast scanner flagging it as "Phishing", I do not have an account with ANZ, the from emails are suspect (.ru really!!!) it is easily recognisable as an email that should be deleted immediately. NEVER EVER CLICK ON ANY LINK WITHIN THE EMAIL.I am mystified as to where such people get my email addresses and why they cannot be tracked down and duly prosecuted given today's technology.
Today's quote on Momentum - whilst no doubt spoken for a vastly different context, it is so applicable here I feel:"So many of our dreams at first seem impossible. Then they seem improbable. And then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.” Nelson Mandela