I knew when I restarted blogging again a few months ago that I might be haphazard and go months without posting so apologies for that! I actually had 3 draft posts for this series all written up which I didn’t get around to posting but now things have changed so I need to post an update!
This is just a short post to wish you all a Merry Christmas and to note that I most probably will not be posting over the next couple of weeks due to the holiday festivities. I’m sure you all have better things to do than read blog posts over this time anyway!
I have just added another tool to my most recent post on text tools and if I find more I shall continue to update them on that post.
Today I have just a short post to list a few of the online text manipulation tools that I find myself using pretty much every day. These are simple tools to manipulate domains, spintax, keywords and so on.
I hope you find it useful.
Extract Domains From Text
This is part 2 of a series of posts about my experiences of running IMAutomator for over 5 years. You can view the entire series here.
One of the things that went well initially with IMAutomator is that I already had an interested audience ready for when it launched so the moment it went live I had real interested people signing up and using it.
This is just a quick follow up to the LinkIndexr case study that I published just 4 hours ago. I posted the case study in the Zamurai Bloggers Facebook group which is the one they are using for LinkIndexr customers.
The developers (Joshua Zamora and some guy called Abdul) never replied to my post or any of the earlier questions I had asked in there. I just had an email come in saying that my purchase had been refunded and when I went back to the Facebook group to take a look, I have been blocked! I cannot even see it!
TL;DR; I bought the newly released LinkIndexer, it didn’t work at all at first. Eventually I was able to get in to try it out. I ran a test on 884 URL’s, 186 of which were indexed already through natural methods. 24 hours later, despite the claim that LinkIndexer will index 83% of your links in 1 day, only 3 new URL’s were indexed. My conclusion: Don’t Buy it! Now for the longer version….
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I had been thinking about starting up this blog again for a long time. I’d even written out lists of pros and cons! Last week I put the feelers out
with a short post simply asking if anyone was still reading and would be interested.
The response I got made the decision for me. Within a day or two I had over 20 people comment on the post saying that they’d be interesting in my posts again. Considering it has been around 5 years since I bloggged about Internet Marketing, and three years since I had even touched the post, I was thrilled by the feedback!