As a geek and gadget lover I just need to upgrade, crack, hack, jailbreak and do all there is to do with my PC, iPhone, router, hairdryer and washing machine. However, since I became a business man (or a busy man, in other words), I just don’t find it as a proirity. My geek heart hurts, but my business mind says no!
And especially now, when hackulo.us announced its first official application – Installous, I find it extremely difficult to resist the temptation. Installous takes on the normal feature of being able to download an IPA, but now you can also install it! Hit the “install” button and it’ll call up Installous and automatically install your IPA! What’s more, IPAs installed through Installous will now automatically sync with iTunes!! Wow – that’s what we all wanted, didn’t we. Now, what shall I do? Listen to my childish heart and go for it, or listen to my adult heart that wants to make a big difference in the world and focus on creating value for customers?
I have been in the Internet Marketing industry for long enough to observe certain dubious practices that I and many of my industry friends highly disapprove of. People are invited to seminars and are pitched to, and they are promised quick cash with secret weapons, and of course this is not going to happen. There are a lot of honest guys with really good products, but the number of not so good offers is alarmingly high.
Finally, someone important has decided to put an end to it and officially express his dissatisfaction – David Cavanagh. I have spoken with David about the above mentioned practice many times, and I can see how much effort he’s putting into his work to make sure that he’s students success in their online businesses. Please, watch the video to find out what offer David put out, which the only one of a kind in the history of Internet marketing (at least the first one I have heard of). I have a lot of respect for David.
Kamil K. and David Cavanagh at Local Business Seminar in London
We don’t use USB sticks any more for carrying our documents and other files with us. We now store them in the cloud. If you are not one of us, you are so last … year. 2010 is definitely a year of massive migration to the cloud computing. It’s called cloud because traditionally the internet is represented by a cloud in various drawings. So what is it? Cloud computing represent the trend to move not only your data, but also your computing power to a provider that’s always available via the internet. Before we only used to have our email account in the cloud (Gmail, Hotmail etc), but now it all has gone there: photos, videos, documents, music, photo-editors etc.
Watch the video to find out more about the concept, and what I recommened you do:
One of the mistakes that many entrepreneurs make, as observed by an top notch business consultant Ron G. Holland, is trying to sell a lot of cheap products instead of focusing on selling just a few expensive ones. It’s so much easier to sell and manage one or a few sales, then multiple. But how do you get people to buy from you? And how to get a mentor for free? Watch the video to find out: