The following is a reply (also shared on Kooiii) that I have posted to an article on imutopia.com. Since I do not see my comments being received well by an internet marketing blog, I feel very strongly that others should have the opportunity to read my ideas and comment on them. Continue reading That’s what I think
This article was also published at Kooiii
One of the most frustrating things about the internet is the way internet marketing gurus have shaped it so that they can promote absolutely ANY OLD RUBBISH and make it sound real. Continue reading So sad
I wrote an article
Does any of this make sense to you?
on Kooiii recently questioning the value of sites like Pinterest which seem to be aimed solely and exclusively at Internet Marketers. One comment I received was that Pinterest has been the cause of an increase in sales – so I decided to […]
This article was originally published in Kooiii.
As you can imagine, I have had a lot of time to lie back and think about things that I like and things that concern me. Continue reading Automated scarcity
I – the Guru
As an internet guru, my aim in life is quite simple – it is to fool people into believing that I know better than they do. Continue reading Me Guru – You nuts!
Originally posted on Kooiii
One of the growth areas of internet marketing is the creation of a massive stock of unmitigated lies. Continue reading It’s mostly lies
On the second day God created light and saw that it was good. God called the light ‘day’ and the dark ‘night’.
Continue reading Believe priests?
Originally posted to Apsense
Despite the many reservations of responsible marketers, the number of sheeple who are continuing to buy into mobile marketing seems to be growing. Continue reading Mobile abuse