Backend Products Blog
Online Profits News

Daily Online Profits News – Issue #252

April 8, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Digg “Unbanning” All Previously Banned Web Sites
Andy Beal says:

Well, well. Apparently Kevin Rose is not messing around, now that he’staken overthe reigns of Digg.

No sooner had the door hit Jay Adelson on the way out, Rose hasdecidedto reverse two very unpopular decisions.

The first–actually the second on his list, but I think you’ll find it more interesting–is the decision to lift the ban on the many sites that had previously faced the

Tips For Conference Attendees
Rohit Bhargava says:

Every year in March I make my annual trek to Austin to be part of the South By Southwest Interactive show, one of the biggest gatherings of people working in all aspects of the web in the world. For those who have been, they might describe the event as a simultaneous assault of information, networking and back to back parties. It has become the Everest of social media events, and in my fourth year

Jesse Kanclerz says: A list of detailed instructions that you can start implementing right away to get found by local customers searching online for your particular products or services.
FCC vs. Comcast on Net Neutrality: FCC Loses
Jordan McCollum says:

After the NCAA championship Monday, one of the sportscasters noted, “Duke won this game [OH YES THEY DID!]; Butler didn’t lose it.” [Also true—awesome game.]

After years of a case dragging through the courts (not unusual, but still), I think we can say something similar about the FCC’s challenge to Comcast on principles of Net Neutrality:the FCC lost this case; Comcast

Social Media Changes Event Planning
Jay Baer says:

It used to be you spent five minutes registering for an event, and then showed up on the big day, went to a few workshops, drank two free Coronas, and went home.

Social media changes all of that, enabling events and their planners to have long-term, nuanced, shifting interactions with attendees.

I gave a speech last week in suburban Cincinnati to theMid-American chapter of Meeting Planners Internati

Adrian Key says: You probably already know this, but running an AdWords campaign 24 x 7 x 365 is expensive. But, wouldn’t it be amazing if you could have your ads appear only when your prospects are most likely to buy? AdWords Ad Scheduling allows you to do exactly that!

>> How To Make At Least $1,000 This Week!

Speak Your Mind

Tell us what you're thinking...
and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!

Backend Products Blog