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Penguin 2.0 rolled out on May 22nd 2013

11:16 am in Online Business by Artem-Iashin

 

It’s that time again. After a long series of mini updates for Penguin 1.0, the newest version, referred to by Matt Cutts as Penguin 2.0 will be implemented into Google’s algorithm. The new update was just announced by Matt Cutts on May 22nd, so we don’t know exactly what changed yet. However, based on what Cutts has said leading up to the update, as well as what we learned from Penguin 1.0, we can make some likely assumptions. Please note that what follows is solely my best guess at what Google has changed with Penguin 2.0, and how to recover. New data may be revealed as tests get underway that changes the SEO community’s collective knowledge.

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Productivity Tools: Kindle Fire. Review

2:17 pm in Online Business by Artem-Iashin

Few month ago I’ve bought Kindle Fire in order to increase my productivity. I can say that Kindle Fire very good at it.

My first impression when I’ve launched it – was WOW! Awesome design, apps, high speed and ONLY for 199 USD. Sometimes level of today’s technology knocks out me.

After my first acquaintance I began to work on it.

I’ve found first minus: Fire is strongly bounded to Amazon appstore. And many programs are absent there :( (

But you can simply solve this problems and install Google Market with all apps that you need (just google this problem and you’ll find the answer).

After this I’ve installed my work and productivity apps:

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Info Products

9:42 pm in Online Business by Artem-Iashin

I really truly believe that one of the main Key’s to Success today – is the quality of information, that you have in your head.

In order to develop my business, I’ve started to search some quality info-products on SEO, Social Media, Copywriting, Content Creation etc. And I want to say, that…

Despite on huge amount of information available today, the vast majority of it – very low quality. Very low….

Plenty of them in business are in such style:

“How to make 1000 USD in 5 minutes, laying on the bed near TV”

Magic pills are always in demand, but we are smart enough do not believe in such bull sh…t.

After 3 months of searching good info-products, I’ve found it at last!! )))

All new, high quality information on online business is available on The Edge.

SEO, SMO, Affiliate Marketing, Apps, Adsence, List Building and everything that you need to know about Internet Marketing.

At very chip price – 1$. AWESOME!

This is my personal recommendation to all SelfMadeVip members.

The best New Years gift that you can make to yourself!



How to start your first business without capital

1:15 pm in Online Business by Artem-Iashin

So, you are the student, or employee. And you haven’t money in your pocket at all, but have a great desire to start your own business.

What to do?

In my opinion, and by opinions of my successful friends, the best way to do that – is to find the exist entrepreneur and become his young partner.

I did that way. I found a senior partner and he gave me 50,000 USD to start business. But more importantly, he has become my teacher, my mentor.

Where you can find this entrepreneurs?

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Meet The Fastest Growing Company Ever

9:02 pm in Online Business by viktorados

Andrew Mason figured out how to inject hysteria into the process of bargain hunting on the Web. The result is an overnight success story called Groupon.

At least Mark Zuckerberg wrote a few lines of computer code at Harvard before he left to launch Facebook. Now Andrew Mason, a relaxed and lanky 29-year-old music major from Northwestern, has managed to build the fastest-growing company in Web history. Groupon represents what the dot-com boom was supposed to be all about: huge sales, easy profits and solid connection between bricks-and-mortar retailers and online consumers.

Groupon, a name that blends “group” and “coupon,” presents an online audience with deep discounts on a product or service. Act now, says the pitch: You have only so many hours before this offer expires. That’s a familiar come-on, but it’s coupled with a novel element: You get the deal only if a certain number of fellow citizens buy the same thing on the same day. It’s a cents-off coupon married to a Friday-after-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.

Full article is here:
http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2010/0830/entrepreneurs-groupon-facebook-twitter-next-web-phenom.html

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