Like I always said, “One day Youtube will be the new TV”.
Like I always said, “One day Youtube will be the new TV”.
This is what happens in 60 seconds online:
Email – 240 million emails sent.
Google – 2 million searches.
Facebook 1,8 miollion Likes.
Youtube – 72 Hours of Video uploaded.
Amazon – Makes $83,000 Bucks!
With the millions spent on Domain Names, don’t you wish you were the guy or gal that originally purchased that Domain Name for a few dollars, and now you find out that the guy that bought that domain is a Millionaire. here is a list of the most expensive domain names.
10. Asseenontv.com $5,000,000
9. Toys.com $5,100,000.
8. Slots.com $5,500,000
7. Casino.com $5,500,000
6. Beer.com 7,00,000
5. Diamond.com $7,500,000
4. Fb.com $8,500,000
3. Porn.com $9,500,000
2. Fund.com $9,999,950
Lisa Irby prominent Internet Marketer/Blogger/Webmaster talks about SEO Madness.
UPDATE – Youtube removed our video of complaints to Fire Taylor “T-Bird” Chapman ???
So we posted it here …
We have previously employed Taylor Chapman as a Video spokesperson in the past. But due to her racist viral video rant on two Dunkin’ Donuts employees and the large amount of complaint calls and public outcry to our website. We have made an official statement regarding the status of Taylor Chapman with our organization. We will no longer employ her for any future video spokesperson positions. Her behavior was disgusting and foul to say the least, and we do not work with anyone who displays such toxic rhetoric as we have seen Ms. Chapman do on her video.
Facebook new features – Search in your social community, search for a Dentist your friends Like. Facebook, CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other Facebook employees discuss the company’s new Graph Search technology.
Frank George is a seasoned Actor/Host & Voice Over Artist with AFTRA & SAG-Elig since 1987. Frank studied acting in NY and began his career there. TV Appearances include; New TV Sitcom to start airing in Europe first: The President Child-where he plays the President of the USA, also has appeared on popular shows as; Burn Notice, CSI, Mas Sabe El Diablo, Acorralada, NBC Live, & Car Shop America on CW and is actively a correspondent for Designing Spaces on National TV.
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Steve Jobs and the 7 Rules of Success
Steve Jobs’ impact on your life cannot be underestimated. His innovations have likely touched nearly every aspect — computers, movies, music and mobile. As a communications coach, I learned from Jobs that a presentation can, indeed, inspire. For entrepreneurs, Jobs’ greatest legacy is the set of principles that drove his success.
Over the years, I’ve become a student of sorts of Jobs’ career and life. Here’s my take on the rules and values underpinning his success. Any of us can adopt them to unleash our “inner Steve Jobs.”
1. Do what you love. Jobs once said, “People with passion can change the world for the better.” Asked about the advice he would offer would-be entrepreneurs, he said, “I’d get a job as a busboy or something until I figured out what I was really passionate about.” That’s how much it meant to him. Passion is everything.
2. Put a dent in the universe. Jobs believed in the power of vision. He once asked then-Pepsi President, John Sculley, “Do you want to spend your life selling sugar water or do you want to change the world?” Don’t lose sight of the big vision.
3. Make connections. Jobs once said creativity is connecting things. He meant that people with a broad set of life experiences can often see things that others miss. He took calligraphy classes that didn’t have any practical use in his life — until he built the Macintosh. Jobs traveled to India and Asia. He studied design and hospitality. Don’t live in a bubble. Connect ideas from different fields.
4. Say no to 1,000 things. Jobs was as proud of what Apple chose not to do as he was of what Apple did. When he returned in Apple in 1997, he took a company with 350 products and reduced them to 10 products in a two-year period. Why? So he could put the “A-Team” on each product. What are you saying “no” to?
5. Create insanely different experiences. Jobs also sought innovation in the customer-service experience. When he first came up with the concept for the Apple Stores, he said they would be different because instead of just moving boxes, the stores would enrich lives. Everything about the experience you have when you walk into an Apple store is intended to enrich your life and to create an emotional connection between you and the Apple brand. What are you doing to enrich the lives of your customers?
6. Master the message. You can have the greatest idea in the world, but if you can’t communicate your ideas, it doesn’t matter. Jobs was the world’s greatest corporate storyteller. Instead of simply delivering a presentation like most people do, he informed, he educated, he inspired and he entertained, all in one presentation.
7. Sell dreams, not products. Jobs captured our imagination because he really understood his customer. He knew that tablets would not capture our imaginations if they were too complicated. The result? One button on the front of an iPad. It’s so simple, a 2-year-old can use it. Your customers don’t care about your product. They care about themselves, their hopes, their ambitions. Jobs taught us that if you help your customers reach their dreams, you’ll win them over.
There’s one story that I think sums up Jobs’ career at Apple. An executive who had the job of reinventing the Disney Store once called up Jobs and asked for advice. His counsel? Dream bigger. I think that’s the best advice he could leave us with. See genius in your craziness, believe in yourself, believe in your vision, and be constantly prepared to defend those ideas.
Carmine Gallo is a communications coach, a popular keynote speaker and author of several books including The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs and The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs. His latest is The Power of Foursquare (McGraw-Hill, 2011).