Thursday, December 29, 2011

Does your Web site have cobwebs on it? Use Top Tier Traffic every Wednesday

If you want more people to see your Web site or blog, make sure you take advantage of Wednesdays at Top Tier Traffic.

Matthew Graves really has lost his mind this time, but that's a great thing. You and I benefit from that. He placed 500 free credits in my account this morning...again!

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Friday, December 23, 2011

The word I would use to describe new USAirForcePride.com is 'elegant'

Today USAirForcePride.com has launched, and the word I would use to describe the site is 'elegant.'

Yes, 'sleek' and 'attractive' came to mind as well, but 'elegant' perfectly describes how I feel about this latest creation.

Maybe I'm being just a tad silly this morning, but knowing that Air Force personnel and their families around the world, both active and retired, now have one location online to find all the gear and gifts they need makes me feel fantastic.

Whether Air Force personnel are looking for the perfect t-shirt for their wife or grandmother, a coffee mug for dad, or even just 500,000 pairs of combat boots, they have one convenient location online to shop.

If I can ever be of assistance please don't hesitate to email at
info (at) usairforcepride.com.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

If the House doesn't act soon, 16-year-old twins may lose pizza night with dad

The House should end this bickering soon so those 16-year-old twins can continue to have pizza night with their dad.

They're growing up so fast and soon they'll be out of the house, probably chasing boys and leaving dad with an occasional hour when they can fit him into their schedules.

There's already bipartisan agreement in the Senate that this should happen.

What are we waiting for?

Most Americans wouldn't be able to give up $40 a week right now. They are playing silly ass politics three days before Christmas. Probably playing politics with those twins' pizza night. Despicable!

Americans need to send some new people to Washington as soon as they can so we can get shit done every once in a while.

For more information watch video of the president here.

Would you ever consider paying $15 for a dozen eggs?

Can you imagine the look on the cashier's face at the supermarket if you insisted on giving them $15 for a dozen eggs?

Cashier: "Sir (or ma'am), those are eggs, they only cost a couple bucks."

You: "Yes, but I heard these are real tasty eggs. I want to give you $15 for them."

Cashier: "Those are delicious eggs, but they only cost a couple bucks."

You: "Important people pay $15 for their eggs, and I want to pay that much also."

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I recently heard that people are paying as much as $25 per month for something that really only costs a fraction of that, with the exact same level of service and dependability. Why? Maybe they think there is some prestige value in throwing money down the commode for over-priced Web hosting.

If you could sit down for a few minutes with today's top online marketers and ask them about the importance of return on investment, they'd undoubtedly agree that every dollar you spend online needs to bring back a return. Money spent wisely online can pay dividends, but only if you are making well-informed decisions that benefit you and your business.

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Monday, December 19, 2011

My podcasts going online for free, and ArmyPride.net now launched

My podcasts at ThePrincessBlog.net will now go online for free, which really is the appropriate cost of a podcast. If you have a desire to hear any of the others that aren't currently posted free, check back from time to time or keep an eye on my Twitter page. I should have the remainder uploaded and ready in the next couple weeks.

Also, I have now launched ArmyPride.net to supplement both USMCPrideOnline.com and NavyPride.net. I will add an Air Force site at some point soon, and then I'll have everyone covered. Do I really need a Coast Guard Web site at this point? I think that one can wait. Thanks to each of you that has shopped at those sites over the years. I really do appreciate the business.

The sites were always seen by me as part-time endeavors or creative outlets (although I would never rule out the possibility of earning a full-time income online eventually). Lots of people are doing just that.

However, I've started applying for jobs in the Houston area again. I'll keep you posted here as to the direction my career takes, but sitting here waiting for whatever I was waiting for is not only a waste of time, it's incredibly frustrating and at times demoralizing.

I'll keep you posted. Thanks as always for keeping up with my blog!