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The Art of Discipline – Getting Things Done

Published on August 1, 2011 By Jared Silver

In the web 2.0 world of instant notifications, it’s very easy to get caught up in a new conversation on Skype, or Facebook, or Twitter, or any other medium for communication, and then completely forget what it was we were working on just minutes earlier. Distractions A term now commonly used online is shiny object [...]

Why @Outback is Absolutely Amazing

Published on April 19, 2011 By Jared Silver

If you have been paying attention to what I’ve been doing over the past few months, you’ll know that I have recently had quite a kick in regard to social media. The power of social media isn’t even remotely debatable. Clearly, the power of word of mouth marketing is the biggest thing at work in [...]

My Response to HitExchangeNews

Published on March 8, 2011 By Jared Silver

No, this isn’t going to be some sort of a big juicy blog war. Sorry. It’s just that my comment on Jon Olson’s latest post of HitExchangeNews was getting pretty long. So, I decided to turn it into a blog post instead. (Side note: That’s a good blogging technique. If you happen to be commenting [...]

My Favorite Advertising Resources of 2010

Published on December 28, 2010 By Jared Silver

Well, this post may be a shocker to some. I am about to reveal a few of my top converting advertising resources of 2010. This post will focus only on traffic exchanges, safelists, viral list builders, and viral advertising networks. The following ranking is based namely on opinion. But, before you protest, realize this simple [...]

Social Myths Debunked

Published on December 21, 2010 By Jared Silver

There has been a whole lot of buzz in the traffic exchange industry lately about being social, connecting with others, networking, and so on and so forth. While many of the top marketers in the industry agree that being social helps one’s reputation and results, there have been a few “experts” in the industry that [...]