I created a website a few months ago, and I am still waiting to make money from it.
I am starting to get a little bit discouraged, I must admit. I did everything that I thought I was supposed to do in order to make my website succeed. I created it using great onpage SEO factors, I have submitted articles and press releases about my new business venture which link back to my website, I have publicized it on Twitter and Facebook, and I have uploaded videos to YouTube.
Still, I can’t seem to get interested buyers to my site. While I realize that the final step I need to take might be utilizing pay-per-click traffic, I have one more concept to try first.
I read on an internet marketing forum that using Traffic Bot can sometimes bring visitors to your website. I need to get visitors who are interested in what I have to offer, because I want them to enter my sales funnel while they are on my site! Hopefully, my use of the software will pay off when interested traffic begins to flood my website.
While everyone was in the midst of electoral mood and the internet propaganda from both sides began in full swing, I was scouting for a new PC casing as part of my plan to eventually upgrade my aging Core Duo computer system to a higher-ended one. The idea is to transplant my old mobo into a new body first while I do the eventual upgrade in stages as my savings permit. So to cut a long story short, I went to Low Yat Plaza looking for the “perfect” PC chasis and settled on the Armaggeddon Diitron T2. It comes with 4 in-built fans, lots of ventilation, and (this is essential), lots of space for multiple HDDs and bays as I may need. Continue reading…
The video above is the hacktivist group Anonymous‘ declaration of “war” on Israeli websites and online services with the aim of destabilising Israeli presence in cyberspace. Personally I was quite taken aback by this sudden attack from Anonymous. I never expected them to be pro-Palestinian. It’s all good though, and I heartily support their aims and eventual goal towards this end.
Interview with Nurul Izzah Anwar by the Australian News Network. Most of what she said in this interview is already known to me, but it will certainly be of interest to those who are unaware of Malaysian politics.