Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Gamepal Challenge

My documented experience with Gamepal is oddly the second most popular post on my blog. For those who don’t know, I hired Gamepal to power level my World of Warcraft character. I just didn’t have the time to keep up with the game and wanted to play with my son more. But instead of having my character bumped up a few levels, my account was banned. I had this account for nearly 2 years, so that really sucked. Continue reading

NetResults Update

I’m half way through my first month at NetResults now, and it’s going well.  Things are of course progressing a little slower than I would like, but overall everything is moving in the right direction.

I had my first telephone consultation client under my new consulting program.  I charged Todd Olivas $250 for 1 hour of SEO consulting to go over his site.  He wants to rank for court reporting, which is a tough term.  If you want to help Todd out, throw him a link.  He seemed satisfied and even sent an email saying the call was “Exactly what I wanted!”.  Continue reading

Is YouTube the next Napster?

Even on the Web, few companies have exploded at the pace of YouTube. Started by a couple of Paypal employees with the dream of allowing everyone to share their thoughts through Flash video, YouTube has become one of the biggest sites on the Web. I recently watched the democratic debate on YouTube, and like man others was amazed at how far the Internet has penetrated our lives. Continue reading