On Letting Go

Some thoughts on letting go. How do we know when to let go, how do we do it and why is it important?

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Is Your Marketing Congruent?

A crucial part of online marketing is improving your congruency. It’s a clever word but a simple idea; make everything look and feel the same. Your visitors will feel confused and overwhelmed if you don’t make them feel comfortable. Comfort comes from familiarity. Focus on familiarity in these areas throughout

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CashWars – The first Play to Earn?

While at college, around 1999 to 2002, I discovered the Internet. I was mainly interested in games. Buying up domains, building websites and contributing to the web would come later. One of the games our class got obsessed with was Cash Wars (CashWars.com – no longer active). It was a

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When is your app ready?

This old mantra still does the rounds: Release early, release often! This doesn’t give you the complete picture. When I started creating my apps and products, I was careful. I feared that something would break, data would be lost, and my reputation would be ruined. My first software job was

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Finding Your True Goals

Setting goals is easy, but quite often we don’t achieve them. The most important step in goal setting is finding out what we really want. This is how to find your true goals.

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Success is a Garden

Last Updated: 5th September 2021 Success is not a place you reach and rest in. Success is a garden. It needs regular watering, pruning, shaping and innovating. Sometimes that money tree, which has served us well for years, reaches the end of its life. Pull it out, break it down

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Overestimating What Can Be Done in a Day

Last Updated: 4th September 2021 Every evening I make a todo list of what I want to achieve the next day. It’s called “Today”. It includes my work, my personal life, fitness, reading and other bits. For as long as I can remember I have never completed the entire list.

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What is a Thin Affiliate Site?

In their ever continuing efforts to fight spam, Google coined the phrase thin affiliate to describe a site offering only affiliate links and no value to a user. Being labeled a thin affiliate site will mean very little to no traffic from Google, but what criteria does Google use to filter out these sites, how do they do it and how can you prevent this happening to you?

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