Friday, December 29, 2006

Google's New Software to Find Spam Pages

In Google's fight to weed out spam pages and honeypot pages aimed solely to have visitors click on ads, they've requested a patent on software that will detect spam documents in a phrase based information retrieval system.

What does that mean?

That means phrase stuffing pages will be nixed out of Google's database as soon as they are "detected". If you are guilty, your days may be numbered.

The patent application came out yesterday.

Pipeline Profits or Pipe Dreams?

Brad Fallon and Andy Jenkins have done it again - peaking my interest into their product, StomperNet. This time, with a new video from one of their students who devised a way to build an online business without SEO, cpc, ppc, or traditional methods.

It's worth a look, mainly because most AdSense junkies rarely tap into the list building market, and there is money to be made there. Most people on lists are attuned to the pitch.

Here's the link to the video: Pipeline Profits.

After you've watched that, make sure you bookmark John Reese's new site, due out next month,

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Merry Christmas From Contextual Ads

Wow! Our second Christmas at the blog and things are simply grand. We're here in Crossville, TN, at my Mom's for a beautiful Christmas. We drove up in one of the best cars I've bought, our brand new 2007 Mercedes GL450.

I don't say that to impress you, but to impress on you how important it is to stay in the game and make each moment count. Now that Christmas is here and soon New Years, you'll have to opportunity to set goals for 2007.

What will 2007 be like? Like 2006?

For me, I truly hope so. This was a banner year - lots of growth both personally and professionally. Remember to work on yourself as much as you work on your business. Spend at least 30 minutes every day listening to inspirational and motivational material. Study your craft. Sharpen the saw... remember what Abe Lincoln once said - about being give eight hours to cut down a tree? He said he'd spend six hours sharpening his axe.

Okay, folks are calling... Christmas Eve here. Time to spend time off the computer and with the family.

I am so excited because I'll soon be releasing my latest ebook on arbitrage using contextual ads. You'll love it!

Merry Christmas from the mountains of Tennessee!