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Riding In The 2010 Olympic Torch Relay

February 10th, 2010 / 10 Comments

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to put on an Olympic Torch Relay? I got a taste of it today by taking a ride with the official vehicle sponsor of the 2010 Olympic games, General Motors.
The Olympic flame has been making its way across Canada to Vancouver in time for this Friday’s opening [...]

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Sick Of Getting Press Releases? Convert Them Into Sponsors!

February 10th, 2010 / 27 Comments

As soon as your blog becomes relatively popular inside its niche you’ll certainly start receiving press releases from all kinds of companies. Some will just email you the release, while others will actually ask if you can write a review about their product or simply mention it on one of your posts.
Most of the time [...]

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DirectCPV Launches New Advertiser Management Backend

February 9th, 2010 / 28 Comments

DirectCPV has put a lot of effort and countless hours in improving their advertiser platform and they’re pleased to announce that their new and improved Advertiser Campaign Management Platform Version 2.0 is now ready for use.
The redesigned advertiser backend features a more advanced user interface that is easier to use and boasts a [...]

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Last Chance To Become A Blogger For $1.00

February 8th, 2010 / 21 Comments

For those who haven’t taken advantage of this yet, you have until midnight tonight to sign up to Become A Blogger for only $1. After tonight, Yaro and Gideon will close the door on their six month course. After the doors close, you won’t be able to get in for at least another [...]

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How To Do Paid Social Media Marketing Right

February 8th, 2010 / 17 Comments

An increasing number of social media websites are finding that the only real way to structure advertisements so that they have any significant ROI for sponsors is to integrate them into the social nature of the website itself. StumbleUpon did this through the use of “paid stumbles” where they charged $.05 a visitor from the [...]

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Porsche Unveils 911 Turbo S with 530 HP of Happiness

February 8th, 2010 / 21 Comments

The engineers at Porsche have developed a range-topping sports car designed to deliver the finest in terms of power, performance and driving dynamics: the 911 Turbo S. The heart of this exclusive high-performance athlete is the six-cylinder boxer engine boosted by two exhaust gas turbochargers with variable turbine geometry. The flat-six engine has an [...]

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How To Go From Domain Name To Live WordPress Blog In 15 Minutes

February 7th, 2010 / 31 Comments

Last night, I was at a Chinese New Years party at West Van Baptist Church. During the party a few people asked me how hard it was to set up a blog and how long it would take. As luck with have it, I just happened to have my Macbook with me and decided to [...]

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DirectCPV Review and Case Study

February 7th, 2010 / 21 Comments

I have seen DirectCPV advertising on this blog for awhile, and decided I would try them out. Overall I oversee thousands of dollars per month spent on CPV through my accounts and those I manage, but really Media Traffic is the primary company used as they seem to be the most stable and well [...]

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The Dot Com Lifestyle

March 10th, 2009 / 141 Comments

Most people think the Dot Com lifestyle is about fast cars, exotic vacations, fine dining and partying all over the world. While that is all part of it, I want to show you what the Dot Com lifestyle is really about. The answer isn’t what you might think it is.
Anyone can join the Dot Com [...]

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Who is John Chow?

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John Chow, a damn fine person, friend of the community, Ultimate Fighting Championship contestant, member of the Save the Whales Foundation, the man who controls the black market on baby seal pelts and member of the “probably yo’ daddy” foundation.
Master of The TechZone and TTZ Media Network. Creator of some of the fastest computers [...]

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