Jetlagged Link DumpNovember 21st, 2006 — | What say you?
it it were’n so much fun I would travel that far
And meeting with so many cool people really rocked … I’ll follow up with a name list as I post the pics with them a bit later today (hope I’ll make it to the deadline of the Pubcon drinking game
Meanwhile a couple of nice and interesting things happened that really deserve a quick link dump – (in an unordered quick link dump fashion)
Greg Boser became 40 and I had the honor to hist pretty cool party in the G-Lounge of the Palms casino… as you will see later I got some nice shots from there
Todd Malicoat/Stunddubl relaunched his site’s design and finally takes commments again
Tony Spencer confirms cross-linink still burns … well – good thing I got so many (don’t ask me about a number different IPs and IP-Class networks for all my projects
I got approved to the Multivariate Testing Tool of Google called “Website Optimizer” and will play with that soon… too bad I just recently launched *my onw A/B split testing infrastructure… oh well – it could have been worse to implement an own multivar-tester
Best of the Web got yet another promo running – you can SAVE 25% using the promo code SAVE25 (that’s an easy one to remember fortunately as I read in some mag during my flight)
And I got WAY too many emails still unanswered, from clients, friends and partners… and I haven’t even done these, not to mention follow ups with new contacts from Las Vegas …
So I’m ending here now – get ready to see more soon.
Some of that will be
A FULL AND HONEST review of Snapnames my experience from buying a total of over 50 expired / preferred list domains at snapnames after finding the with the DRT and I got a lot to tell about them… some old and crusty domains were cheap to get but the overall impression and workflow with snapnames wasn’t as nice… and then there is domain kiting …
A FULL AND HONEST review of sticking with Brad Callen’s “NICHE REVOLUTION” club, a somewhat closed membership program that gives out two “info products” (AKA ebooks and audio books) to market yourself -including some creatives… presuming you know a lot about keyword research, PPC, link building, SEO etc that’s a nice thing to play with… obviously people start dropping out as they lowered the price from $97 to $47 already – a sell out?