I noticed a trailer for Dragons Den last night, so set out to find when it's coming back. Wednesday February 7th, 8pm, BBC2. Set your videos.
This meant I lost a few sales, I have no doubt, but I'm not too bothered about that. I've never been overly happy with the site mechanics anyway, so no great shakes.
You can read ebooks and watch training videos for weeks, but none of that is actually going to make you any money.
It might not have made the international news yet, but here in the UK we've had a recent "ship wreck" which has distributed many thousands of punds worth of goods on beaches in Devon and Dorset.
With this flipping exercise in progress, I am buying a range of top level domain names – so far I have com’s, net’s, biz’s and org’s.
Some interesting Google info. from Matt Cutts here: http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/infrastructure-status-january-2007/ If PR floats your boat and you've been getting some odd looking results (e.g. index page PR of zero with internal pages much higher), then the above might shed some light. Dave J
Peter Jones is embarking on the biggest ever nationwide search for people with killer ideas that he can help turn into profit-making companies.
Since coming up with the plan to make a few blogs and flip them after 3 months, I slightly changed the plan…
For those people trading online in the UK, some new requirements: http://www.oft.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/1E6F3C94-8BB0-4374-A65B-6281E030C3C9/0/oft698.pdf Also new rules concerning the provision of company details, VAT details, contact addresses etc: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/12/21/new_web_email_regulation/ http://www.out-law.com/page-430 http://www.out-law.com/page-431 It will need trawling through to see what has changed but might be of some use. Dave J