Google Blogger vs WordPress

: I posted an update at the end of this article. As you know … I use Google Blogger for all of my blogs. This article is written from the standpoint of a (proudly) untechnical person. When asked in the past why I use Google I told everyone: “I am of the opinion that WordPress has way, way more features, and possibilities. But everyone I know who uses it has constant trouble and spends a lot of time on fixing issues. Google can do less but what it can do it does without problems. Also, I never need to fear changes of Googles’ extensive book of rules. With a Google… Read More

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HONEST Carvly Review

I am tired of fake reviews When I came across Carvly after reading a raving review I did my homework. I searched the web for more reviews. The concept of Carvly is phenomenal. I was sceptical because the suggested content of delivery includes Automating social media posts on all common sites AI creates posts for you Create landing pages with a few clicks Create videos with a few clicks Capture leads and valuable analytical information … and much, much, much more .. seemed to good to be true. You find only enthusiastic, positive reviews on the internet.  You see. I am not against earning commission with product recommendations. After all… Read More

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Review of ConnectAudience Retargeting

Wilco de Kreij´s Re-Targeting Email Tool You have probably already played around with Facebook advertising.  You might have learned that it is a quick way to burn a lot of money for little or no results. You probably also have noticed that the opening rates for your e-mail campaigns are going down. Part of the reason for that are the changes that e-mail providers are making, but the other part is that it’s just not working the way it used to. You might or might not have used Google´s retargeting option. So when somebody visited your website, you can present them with advertisements, customized advertisements, on other sites he visits.… Read More

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Webinar JEO Review, Walter Bayliss

Webinar JEO is probably the last of my series of webinar system reviews. I found my “weapon of choice”. Walter Bayliss is on the market for over 7 years now. He is an entrepreneur, software developer, and internet marketer. He used to offer “RunClick Webinar” – a webinar system based on Google Hangouts. After experiencing too many issues with the Google platform, he created an Amazon EC 2-based system. What is Webinar JEO Webinar JEO is a complete webinar solution. It supports Live Webinars Evergreen Webinars  Replays / Recorded Webinars Webinar JEO supports unlimited attendees and does not limit the number of webinar and replays you can run. The feature list… Read More

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Grow Your List With PLR

PLR stands for private label right. Someone produces a product (like an eBook, video training, etc.) and grants you the rights to sell it. It is not branded – you can put in your link, address, logo. Most PLR products come with a lot of extras, for instance, articles, that you can use for newsletter and such. That can definitely be interesting. The “good” vendors deliver everything you need to set up your sales page (sales page, graphics, additional bonuses). Depending on the supplier and regulations of the particular PLR product you might be granted the right you find resellers to sell the product for you. In that case, it… Read More

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Build my List Review, Jimmy Kim

UPDATE 2017: Time has gone by since this article was posted. In 2017, this functionality is nothing you have to spend money on. The features are included in all landing page creature software nowadays. Jimmy is one of the cool kids. The kind you want to hang around with. He is also one of the knowledgeable kids. This review is evaluating the person as much as the product. Obviously, I am a member of the program. Sadly, most reviews are written by individuals who …. let´s say: work on assumptions. Review of Build My List, Jimmy Kim What is Build my List? It is training a product a method a… Read More

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Review of UpViral Wilco de Kreij

Who is Wilco de Kreij Wilco and I have a bit of history. I was mad at him for a few weeks. When he was testing his newest “baby”, UpViral, I came across his beta-test in which he used unsuspecting Entrepreneurs as guinea pigs. He talks about this test in a video on the SITE. That said, the test was successful. It worked on me and when I looked at the concept from the viewpoint of human psychology and what I know about the brain it made sense. To gain access to a little tool, I recruited five sign-ups for Wilco.  Wilco calls himself a “wiz kid.” He started selling… Read More

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Google Play Music vs. Prime Music

Comparison of Google Play and Amazon I am an Amazon Prime member so that I have free access to their “Prime Music”. Prime music is a full-scale music subscription.  One would think that because of that I have a strong bias towards Amazon. And I had. Amazon used to be my favorite company for many years.  A while ago, I still decided to try out Google Music.  Here is a comparison of both services: Available artists Both companies offer an extremely broad spectrum of mainstream and less popular artists. From my experience (and I am listening to some rather uncommon artists) and in the tests that I did for this comparison, they… Read More

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Why Apple Watch is underrated

A functionality review of Apple Watch I have to admit it: When I first read about Apple watch I posted something ugly like: “Great, now you can spot idiots from a mile away.” In my defense: The article stated it would cost $ 5000. Sometimes I still try to cover it, but that is silly if you think about it. Before that, I was wearing an Omega Constellation. Apple watches start at $ 300 (on Amazon right now) which is very cheap for a watch. A lot has been said about the technology, and as you know, I am not technical at all. I want to share the kind of… Read More

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Stealth Seminar Review

Good – Expensive – Horrific Stealth Seminar is one of the most professional webinar software I have evaluated. This software can integrate with basically every CRM system and email system you can imagine. That is good. It is more expensive than for instance Everwebinar that offers a similar amount of sophisticated features, but you have the advantage that you can pay monthly. Everwebinar requires you to pay for a full year. As they say: You get what you pay for. The product is near perfection from a feature point of view. A show stopper for me was – and it might be for you – that they limit you to… Read More

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