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TweetClean Tips: How to get re-tweeted

November 4, 2011
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It is not who is following, it is who is listening. If I make a post on twitter and no one hears it, does it make a sound? Bob Cristello on retweets. The whole point of saying something is to make a difference in some way, shape or form. There are many approaches to the social media environment. Personally, I feel most comfortable in the role of teacher. It is a role I learned as a child while being a student, for learning is just one side of the coin…

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Microsoft pushes ‘Kinect Effect’ motion sensor gaming product

November 3, 2011
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Microsoft technology for gaming finds applications in autism, physical rehabilitation and non-invasive surgical evaluations without breaking the sterile field. Microsoft has just celebrated the one year anniversary of the release of their new motion sensor game control product that they are calling the 'Kinect Effect'. The product has been tested in a myriad of video gaming environments and both Microsoft and consumers alike are thrilled with the possibilities. The possibilities that lie beyond the gaming world are also being explored by others.

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Tweet Tactics 2012: Monetization

November 3, 2011
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This video deals with monetizing a website using adsense and other methods. Study two TweetClean Triads in this episode and connects the dots for success. Making money online is not that difficult if you know what to do and where to get traffic. I put a bulls-eye on Google Adsense as a sponsor, Go Daddy as a client and show you how to use an external RSS feed. This will bring in additional revenue and further us in our quest to climb the SEO ladder to success.

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Tweet Tactics 2012: SEO, Metrics and Google, oh my!

October 31, 2011
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The basis for any evaluation is the ability to measure metrics to then achieve repeatable results. SEO, Google Search and generating Adsense income triads. I found myself making this video with a lot of enthusiasm at 11:00 am this morning. It is now 2:00 pm and three hours have passed. I have been building several formats and protocols throughout the day and I am ready to share this latest chapter in Tweet Tactics 2012: SEO, Metrics and Google, oh my!

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Tweet Tactics 2012: Music Monday

October 31, 2011
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This lesson focuses on using one of the twitter spike days that are clearly evident to anyone who is on the system. Music Monday, or #mm, is a traditional spike day for traffic on twitter.

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Music Monday – Monday Monday – The Mamas and The Papas

October 31, 2011
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Welcome to Music Monday on Twitter. I have embedded the following version of Monday Monday by the momma's and the poppa's for today.

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Tweet Tactics 2012: First Look

October 29, 2011
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This end of year we are ramping up for the amazing 2012 year ahead.  I have personally chosen to redesign my website from the ground up using google, alexa, facebook, twitter, linkedin and many other systems to build myself a top quality website in 2012.

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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

October 29, 2011
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This video is a clip from 'The Last Word with Lawrence O`Donnel' where Walter Isaacson talks about his experiences while writing the Steve Jobs biography. Isaacson describes Jobs' constant insistence that his 'reality distortion field method' would still lead the wave of the future of technology.

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Copial Cipher Solved

October 28, 2011
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The following video may be disturbing to those who believe that secret societies and 'uncrackable' codes should remain exactly as they are, secret. Jak Phillips of Time writes: Researchers have finally decoded a mystical manuscript that has confounded experts for centuries, revealing the bizarre inner workings of an 19th-century Masonic organisation. Known as the Copial Cipher, the 105-page document was written in Germany over 250 years ago, using complex code that had seemed uncrackable. Researchers used a combination of cutting-edge technology and human intuition to unlock the document's secrets.

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