Monthly Archives: September 2005
In no particular order (as my memory isn’t that good) here’s what I did today: 1. Created one whole new page for the UK Offer redesign (version 6). Yes only one page as it was very fiddly and I wanted to get it absolutely perfect in every way. My current pages are just full of bloated code, bad formatting and all sorts of rubbish. So although my new site doesn’t look *that* different the underlying code is nice and clean. … Continue reading
I received this package today from Miva. It turns out to be a promotional item for their new Pay-Per-Call product. The lid of the box says “What is the difference between pay-per-click and pay-per-call?” Then you open the box and…… The box opens to reveal a (real) 10p coin and a £2 coin. The reason for this is to highlight the minimum pay-per-click bid price (10p) and the minimum pay-per-call bid price (£2). In other words a 2000% difference. Then … Continue reading
I have been speaking to Hitwise over the last couple of days and have to say I am quite impressed with the services they can offer. The amount of information that their stats give you on your traffic, the sector you operate in and your competitor’s traffic is quite amazing. For instance they can tell you which keywords your competitors are using that you are not. Now how powerful is that? Not only that but it’s really interesting to see … Continue reading
I’ve just about recovered from last week’s events in London. The event supported two world records, one for the highest number of attendees (almost 400) and the second for the biggest hangover in the world ever (mine). I flew home at mid-day on the Friday and I was cradling the sick back for the whole duration of the flight. Thankfully I didn’t need to use it but was the closest I have ever come! The main event on the Thursday … Continue reading
I have to take my hat off to student Alex Tew of Nottingham university. Worried about huge student debts he has set up Million Dollar Homepage. The idea of which is simply that he sells blocks of 10 x 10 pixels at $100 a time. And if he sells them all he will have earned $1,000,000. The good thing is that the press and lots of lots of blogs and forums have jumped on the bandwagon and he is getting … Continue reading
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