Monthly Archives: July 2010
We formed a group (westcoast2010challenge). Our first meeting was Wednesday. It was definitely a learning process. We did not at the time have Skype installed, and some did not have the equipment. Furthermore, perhaps not all members of the group … Continue reading
Day 2 The assignment was to search/explore the magazine section at Amazon.com. I got so wrapped up in the selections that I neglected to make note of the topics that I found interesting. So, I repeated the exercise so I … Continue reading
Hooray! The Challenge is underway. Dr. Anthony defined a “market”, a “niche” and even further, a “micro-niche” . We then explored at least three each, markets, niches, and micro-niches. I can’t imagine how anyone could have completed the entire lesson … Continue reading
Ed’s lesson yesterday was about “A Magnificent Symphony in Four Parts”: Market Research, Traffic, Conversion, and then Product. My fingers got tired writing this ten times. It was like writing affirmations, and I affirm. I recalled a similar video from … Continue reading
I know. I skipped day 4. But, I didn’t feel the need to post about everything. Today: watched the disclaimer. What a sorry indictment of our society: to think that any of us would ever need to disclaim anything that … Continue reading
This post is a bit out of order. I had neglected to view the “Twitter” video. So, this is just to bring things up to date. I have been using Twitter, at least since last years 30DC, but never quite … Continue reading
Day 3 Pre: Managed to get Google Chrome installed per Guru Bob without much difficulty. The only snag was that I already had an earlier version of Chrome and couldn’t install Chrome Bird. Everything else went smoothly.