What Can A Medieval Battle Teach Us About Running An Internet Marketing Business?

Actually, not just one battle, but a whole series of battles over several centuries. Battles between the Scots and the English. Which, with a few notable exceptions, the English almost always won, despite often being seriously outnumbered by their northern counterparts. Time and again – from the Battle of the Standard in 1138 (fought just…

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Unless you have a plan – what is the point? [Part II]

Here’s a thought next time you’re faced with one of those scarcity offers – “What did I do with all those other scarcity offers I bought…..uhhh….nothing…!” “Will there likely be similar offers some time in the future if I don’t get this one….well….probably!” That’s actually two thoughts, and they came to me on seeing about…

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Unless you have a plan – what is the point? [Part I]

I was looking at yet another of the seemingly endless WSOs (Warrior Special Offers) everyone and their brother seem to be telling me about lately.

This time it was a business bundle of premium themes, i.e. WordPress themes.

I already have more themes than I know what to do with.

That’s probably because

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Talk About An Amazon Gold Mine For Affiliates!

I’ve mentioned fellow UK internet marketer Martin Avis more than once before here, one of the nicest, most sincere and ethical people I know (and something of an expert when it comes to affiliate marketing such as Amazon). Not to mention helpful and very clever, especially when it comes to software. Martin is the kind…

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What does John Thornhill know about launching a WSO?

What does John Thornhill know about how to launch a WSO? (A “Warrior Special Offer” on the internet marketing virtual meeting place, the Warrior Forum, in case the term is new to you.) Quite a bit, actually, it would seem. Last month, at Randy Smith‘s regular Northalleron IM Meet Up, the topic was discussed extensively,…

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