A few months ago, we acquired the fantastic domain name, IMCoach.com. We knew this would be the perfect web address to launch our new Internet marketing training community and blog.
Everything on IMCoach.com is completely free – there is nothing to purchase. We created this blog as a “thank you” to our customers and to give back to the Internet marketing community.
The writing/managing team includes professional bloggers and online marketers such as John Chow, Zac Johnson and Michael Kwan.
You can go there right now and read a ton of cool articles, including some very useful blog posts, such as:
IMCoach.com is so brand new that it doesn’t even have any comments yet! You are literally one of the first people to learn about this new site.
In the coming months, IMCoach.com will become a major hub for online marketers and those who want to learn to become better marketers. We have a ton of cool stuff planned, including the first launch contest (details below)…
IMCoach.com Launch Contest: WIN a $100 Best Buy Gift Card
We are having an IMCoach Launch contest and you can win a $100 Best Buy Gift Card! Here’s how…
- Go checkout IMCoach.com
- Leave a comment on any of the posts
- You will will automatically be entered to win!
- OPTIONAL: For an additional entry, re-tweet one of the posts using the
- OPTIONAL: For another additional entry, “like” our Facebook page
The contest runs for the next two weeks – until Friday, August 6th. Check out IMCoach.com and let me know what you think!
If you are looking for strategic internet marketing, take a look at The College Startup where you can get some of the best tips and tricks on how to leverage your business, such as how to rock Google+ and get more conversions from your social media.
Over the weekend, I headed over to my parents’ house to celebrate my dad’s birthday. We decided it would be fun to spend some time outdoors, so we headed down to the Gig Harbor Marina and rented an 8-person motor boat (even though it was only the four of us). The Puget Sound is a beautiful place, so I ended up taking a bunch of photos with my iPhone 4 including some interesting photos of the new Narrows Bridge which was finished just a few years ago. Here are some of the best ones…
I have been working with John Chow over the past few months on his new program, Blog Profit Camp. I am happy to report that it has finally gone live and will be open until Friday, July 9th at midnight.
Blog Profit Camp is a 12-week interactive course that will show you step by step how to make big money with blogging. John started blogging in December 2005 and within two years, took his blog from making zero to making over $40,000 per month!
Today, he run one of the biggest and most profitable blogs in the world, with over 100,000 RSS readers and over 56,000
people following me on Twitter.
Squeeze Theme, Sales Page Theme and Squeeze Camp are being integrated into the top two packages to make it even easier for novices to both learn and pursue an Internet marketing strategy with all of the tools they need.
You can learn more here (no affiliate link): http://www.blogprofitcamp.com
Congratulations to John for launching this incredible new program!
Quite a few interesting facts about the Internet and its current state. Some of them seem a little hard to believe, but it is the Internet, and it in of itself is hard to believe, such as the fact that Google has indexed only .004% of the Web, despite being the largest search engine.
Also, does anyone believe the human brain can actually hold 1-10 terabytes? That would seem immeasurable.
What do you think is the weirdest or most hard to believe fact?
Via: Medical Coding Certification
This is the first blog post I have written in over a year. For anyone who is still reading my blog, hello and thanks for being a loyal NateWhitehill.com reader!
If any of you personally know me, you know that I moved down to Arizona in 2006 to begin my business/Internet moneymaking journey. That ended up going quite well when I started this blog in January 2007 and then Unique Blog Designs in August 2007. Continue reading Hello, world