For the record, I did do a lot of research on Will Adkins the man, 99% of which I left out minus what is likely his house (and address of Paragon Institute) and the fact that he was planning on running for Congress this year. I left out the part where he ran in 2008 as a libertarian because it’s frankly irrelevant to what he’s doing now, and would probably just come off as petty and disparaging to talk about the results, or I could make a comment about how Adkins’ performance in the second district actually strengthened the Libertarian ticket and may have had a direct hand in increasing turnout for the following two elections, making for the strongest election periods for the Libertarian party in the recent history of the second district of North Carolina, but that probably sounds like off-topic praise coming out of nowhere. … [Read more...] about Fraudster Update: Will Adkins and the Open Letter to MMO Bomb
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THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES The ESA says a crapton of game companies are finally embracing lockbox transparency - Under pressure from no less than the US Senate, the FTC held the first of its planned video game monetization workshops today, and while it's not even over yet, we've… Blizzard reveals server names, rulesets, and name reservation plan for WoW Classic - Who doesn't remember the thrill of sitting around way back in 2004, conferring with guildies and allies to figure out which World of Warcraft server to start on? I certainly… DC Universe Online drops on the Nintendo Switch today with GU96 - It's about to be a good day for MMO players who've always wanted to play superheroes on their Nintendo handheld, as DC Universe Online's Switch launch day has officially arrived.… Legends of Aria hits Steam early access today with the PvP patch, a sale, and a free month of sub for loyalists - Legends of Aria's big day has arrived - or will when the gates open … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Where Blizzard goes, the MMO genre follows?
4. Transactional emails are a great time saver and can be set up via autoresponders. Autoresponders are emails that are generated automatically in response to some service request via emails like password change request, address or personal details updation, sending up of service upgradation information, new offers etc. These emails can be personalized depending on how much information you have gathered while building the email list and secondly how much segmentation of your list have been done during the process. The more personalized and targeted emails you send the better will be your success in email marketing. … [Read more...] about How To Build Lists The Easy And Efficient Way
It publishes a blog post as it’s got something for its readers (and not to increase the blog post count). It doesn’t sell links for SEO. It doesn’t sell sponsored posts for SEO. It discloses paid links and posts. Its blog posts maintain the the same quality (even if it’s a multi-author blog). It doesn’t exist for affiliate marketing. It doesn’t publish blog posts only to attract more traffic. It doesn’t use viral titles just for the sake of getting more social shares. It publishes content with great clarity and transparency. It publishes controversial content like this or this. It doesn’t please brands (for $$$). … [Read more...] about 30 Things I Absolutely Love About Your Blog
Any media (almost) is better than none at all. You want to get into the media as much as you possibly can. If you have a product or service that has some controversy surrounding it, great! That is what it takes to manipulate the media. I am a student of the media. I have come to realize that bad news makes news. You want cheap publicity, cause a controversy and you will get the media looking for you. … [Read more...] about How to Make Thousands of Dollars Manipulating the Media