Sunday, October 2, 2011

Where Wonder How Google Makes Money?

Where Google Makes Its Money: The 20 Most ... - WordStream
Learn the top 20 most expensive keywords. These keyword categories have the highest costs per click (CPC) in Google AdWords advertising.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Rick Perry's Hometown Paint Creek, Texas

Paint Creek,Texas; Rick Perry's Hometown
Gov. Rick Perry's rural hometown of Paint Creek is the scene-setter for many a stump speech. We take you there with an audio slideshow.

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Monday, September 26, 2011

Obamacare will raise medical premiums up to 85%

The “Giddy” Is Gone… Obamacare Will Raise Rates 55% to 85% in ...
Obamacare Will Raise Rates 55% to 85% in Ohio. Posted by Jim Hoft on Thursday, September 22, 2011, 11:56 AM. The Democratic-media complex was “just giddy” in March of last year to report that their nationalized health care bill would ...

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Presidential Debate: Rick Perry Defends Immigration Stance, Blasts ...
Rick Perry went on the defense on the topic of immigration during the Republican debate Thursday night, but stood behind his support for a bill that provided in-state tuition to some undocumented students. "If you say that we ...

Friday, September 23, 2011

New iPhone called iPhone 4s  coming 21 October
The iPhone 5 that we're all waiting for may not actually arrive in October. That's according to Greek site DigitalLife who is reporting that the only Apple.
iPhone 4S, not iPhone 5, coming 21 October

Wedge: Apple’s ‘iPhone 4S’ will be only new model to launch this year

By: Zach Epstein | Sep 21st, 2011 at 02:50PM

Despite numerous rumors to the contrary, Apple will only launch one iPhone model this fall and it will be a modest upgrade that closely resembles the current iPhone 4. In a note to investors on Wednesday, Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair says that Apple will hold a special event between September 28th and October 5th to unveil several new devices. Only one of those devices will be an iPhone, however, and Blair says it will be an incremental update as opposed to the redesigned iPhone 5 that has been rumored on multiple occasions. Read on for more.
“We expect the focus of the new iPhone will be iOS 5, a speedier A5 processor and a higher resolution 8 MP camera with a small possibility of a larger 4 inch screen,” Blair wrote. “We believe the casing will be largely similar to the iPhone with some particular modifications to the antennae [sic]. We don’t expect a second, dramatically different iPhone to accompany this as we don’t think Apple needs to have 3 models in the market to address the high end, mid-tier and low end since the iPhone 4 (with memory lowered to 8 GB) will drop to $99 and effectively attack those markets.”
The analyst believes that in spite of the anticipation generated over the past few months by the possibility of a redesigned iPhone 5, launching two new models wouldn’t make sense for Apple. “Why would Apple bump up only the processor specs of the iPhone 4 in addition to a newly designed iPhone 5 if the goal is to sell it into the pre-paid market at a lower cost?” Blair wondered in his note. “A 4S would simply cost more and a 4S itself wouldn’t create a mid-tier market unless it was priced at $99 and the iPhone 4 went to $49 with the new iPhone at $199. We see this scenario as unlikely.”
But Wedge Partners does expect another device to be unveiled at Apple’s upcoming event: a 3G-enabled iPod touch. Blair says the iPod’s cellular data option will work just like the iPad, allowing users to purchase data plans on a month-to-month basis with no contractual obligations. The notion of a 3G iPod touch aligns with earlier rumors.
Blair’s iPhone estimates remain at 24-25 million units shipped in Apple’s September quarter, and he sees shipments growing to 27 million units in the December quarter. Calendar-year totals will come in at 91 million units according to the analyst’s estimates, which would represent growth of 92% compared to 2010 and will include sales by new carrier partner Sprint, which he expects to sell 4.5 million iPhones over the next year. Blair thinks Apple will begin accepting pre-orders for its next-generation iPhone within days of holding its media event, which will take place on October 4th according to a recent report.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

100 Year Plan For SEO

I recently interviewed a very supposedly reputable SEO company. They where highly recommended to me as the perfect SEO  firm for my type of eCommerce Business.

After a very lengthy interview they gave me a few suggestions on improving our conversion rate.

The following items are just a few of the Suggestion.

1. I should eliminate ALL duplicate content on my Web Site.
2. All products should have unique descriptions of 100-200 words.
3.The unique descriptions means no other web site on the internet has the  same description.
4. should be done as quickly as possible.

Time to do the math!

We have 5,000 products

100-200 words

5,000 x 100-200 = 500,000-1,000,000 words
 at 45 words per min = 11,111 mins or 1,389 days (8 hr days)

Okay People What do You Think ? 

Housing Looks Bad

Thursday, February 3, 2011

If You Think Wheat Prices Have Gotten Expensive

chart of the day, food prices, feb 2011
The agriculture story of the moment is wheat. It's surging day in and day out, and arguably it's causing riots in North Africa and the Middle East.
But what's the cause? Some say it's due to Bernanke and his cheap money policies. Weather is also a clear contributor.
What's clear though is that while all soft commodities are higher, there's a lot of variation. In fact it's sugar, not wheat, that is really in historical nosebleed territory right now. Conversely, cocoa -- which gets tons of hype for being expensive and scarce thanks to the ructions in the Ivory Coast -- really haven't gone nearly as far.
So regardless of how much has to do with liquidity and cheap money, soft commodities are still clearly trading in individual markets.

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