Monday, 10 December 2007

What's Your Measure of 'Blogger Influence'?

How do you measure ‘'Blogger Influence'?

Ever since I became interested in the subject of Blogging for Influence & Attention, I've wondered how best to measure influence.

I've always disliked 'leaderboards' which rank influence by using an algorithmic approach - based on inbound links, or ‘reach', or RSS count or some other metric.

But is that really 'influence'?

Should a 'make money' blog be ranked based on the amount of money it makes a blogger? Or alternatively, by the amount of money the blogger makes?

Would a 'change the world' blog be better judged on the impact it has on readers or the change it helps bring about?

How about a 'technology' blog? Do we ‘rank' it based on how effectively it implements technology? Or talks about it? Or influences the use and development of technological innovations?

And what metrics can measure influence in the multiple other niches?

Harder still, how would you COMPARE influence between bloggers and blogs in different categories?

Of course, you could say: Does it really matter?

Let's assume it does. How would you measure influence across niches - or even within one?

Sunday, 9 December 2007

Blogging For Influence - Where's YOUR Fire?

We're still on the subject of Blogging for Influence & Attention.

When I built my first website in 1995 on Geocities, it was about a subject I was passionate. Congenital heart defects. In a month, on average, the site had 8 visitors. I didn't care. Mine was a labor of love.

A talent scout for (then The Mining Company) found me, invited me to write for's heart disease section, and I was soon making $1,000 a month - a royal income for a post-grad in India (conversion was Rs.47 for the US dollar!)

It was a similar story with blogging.

'Remarkably Purple Spots' was born in June 2003. This is how I answered the question:

"Why this blog?"

Every day, several remarkable things cross my desk, my mind and my computer screen. Hilariously funny things. Shockingly outrageous ones. Wildly profitable stuff. Or just simply curious.

Saturday, 8 December 2007

What's With 'Influence & Attention' in Blogging?

On the subject of Blogging for Influence & Attention. Think about it for a moment... WHY do you blog?

There are obvious reasons. Like blogging for money. Or blogging for authority. Or blogging for learning, and sharing things you've learned.

Money. Power. Wisdom.

And then there are deeper reasons.

To me, blogging is intimately tied up with my work for kids born with congenital heart disease. By blogging, I've raised awareness and funds for my non-profit, the Dr.Mani Children Heart Foundation. The annual Heart Kids Blogathon has become a permanent feature of my annual online itenerary since 2003.

But there are even deeper reasons why I blog (and maybe you do, too).

Influence. And attention.

As a blogger, like you, I seek to spread my ideas to a wide audience. And the first step to it is gaining your trust enough to have your attention.

Friday, 7 December 2007

Secrets of Influential Blogging

First Comes Attention, Then Trust - And Finally Influence... that's how one goes about Blogging for Influence & Attention.

Having influence is the 'Holy Grail' for many bloggers, as it can translate into money, power and wisdom.

Yet influence is but the natural end-point of a sequence of events that begin with attention.

Without grabbing your readers by their eyeballs and sucking them into your personal vortex, the game doesn't even get started.

You may gain attention by being outrageous, funny and crazy. Or by being persistent, steady and reliable. Or anywhere in the middle.

Thursday, 6 December 2007

What's Worth Striving For In Your Blogging?

So, you're Blogging for Influence & Attention. Can blogging become something more than a marketing platform?

Good question. Blogs are indeed personal diaries for some, 'closed network' communication tools for others, and platforms for marketing for another group. Seth Godin, in 'Small is the New Big' calls them 'cat blogs', 'boss blogs' and 'viral blogs'.

But rather than calling 'viral blogs' a 'marketing platform', Seth explains: "... they're viral blogs because the goal of the blog is to spread ideas."

Spreading IDEAS. "What a novel concept," say many 'marketers'... because ideas are the last thing on their minds.

Sales are higher. Opt-ins, maybe next. Response rates, conversion rates, killer copy, all rank higher. Ideas, if they even make it on to the list, come straggling in towards the end.

Blogs can be more than 'marketing platforms'. They can be 'media to spread ideas'. The ideas would spread wider, further, more effectively.

At the core of it all is that vague, uncertain, hard to define, yet determining thing inside each blogger/marketer called ATTITUDE.

Don't Do These 7 Things After You Grab A-List Blogger's Attention

While Blogging for Influence & Attention we talked about the 7 ways to snag an A-list blogger's attention. Now let's talk about what to do next - or rather, what NOT to do.

Don't be in their face - all the time. So they noticed you... doesn't mean they want you to comment on their every blog, daily - many times!

Don't annoy, irritate or anger. No further explanation needed.

Wednesday, 5 December 2007

How To Grab The Attention of A-List Bloggers

Imagine you are Blogging for Influence & Attention and want to catch the attention of an A-list blogger.

What will it cost?

Here's a short list of attention-grabbers… with a note on the economics involved.

1. Write Outstanding Content. On their specific niche. It could take between 5 and 20 hours of research and writing. At $10 an hour.

Cost: $50 to $200. Chance of success: 50-50

2. Comment Frequently on Blogs. Their blogs. Often. As in daily, or at least 3 times a week. Try and be among the first. Do it for 3 or 4 weeks. At 15 minutes per comment (to read the post and comment intelligently), that's 5 to 6 hours a month. At $10 an hour.

Cost: $50 to $60. Chance of success: Good

3. Become a Customer. Buy their stuff. Preferably niche products related to your interest in them. Then establish contact personally. Your cost - $10 to $200, depending on the product or service.

Cost: $10 to $200. Chance of success: Excellent

Tuesday, 4 December 2007

7 Ways To KEEP An A-List Blogger's Attention

So, you are Blogging for Influence & Attention and captured an A-list blogger's attention. What next?

1. Paint yourself in a positive light. Say and do things to them that will show your best face - and strengthen the weak bond that has formed between you.

2. Engage them in conversation. Ask for advice. Share a helpful resource or experience. Comment on mutual interests. Aim to get some response.

3. Offer to help them. Ask not what _____ can do for you; instead ask what you can do for ______ . Giving first is a guaranteed strategy to long term wins.

4. Respect their time and space. Don't waste a busy person's time with trivialities or stuff that'll take up their time. Stay at a distance - until you've been invited into the ‘inner space'.

5. Evangelize them - yes, now it's ok. Because, now that you have their attention, they'll be watching what you say and do. Well, maybe!

6. Give them an advantage. Let them break early news you've heard about. Or get extra special profit shares on co-promotions they do for you. Or send them more traffic, clients, subscribers.

7. Pitch yourself - sensibly. Yes, after all you're in the game to get something in return. And the best way to get is to ASK. So pitch yourself - but do it subtly, gently and after you've shored up your position. Or you'll ruin all the hard work that went before.

Monday, 3 December 2007

The Ethics of Influence

While working on my Blogging for Influence & Attention blog, this thought about the ethics of influence crossed my mind.

I'm a heart surgeon.

I see this happen. Man has chest pain. Goes to the doctor. Is advised some tests. The results arrive. Doctor scares patient to within an inch of his life, recommends major surgery as his only option. Terrified patient agrees to have the procedure.

Unfortunately, many times, the fears are exaggerated and advice doesn’t fit ‘best practice’ guidelines. Patient is too scared to listen to contrarian second opinions.

As an infopreneur and online marketer, I see this happen too. Beginner hopes to launch an online business. Goes to a 'guru'. Is convinced he needs high-end coaching or consulting. As the first step, is sold an expensive course or homestudy. Newbie digs deep into her credit to meet the bill.

Unfortunately, many times, the material is far too advanced for the beginner to put to good use. Having made the investment, and not profited from it, she figures the fault is hers.

Wednesday, 10 October 2007

The "20 Ways To Make $100 a Day" Social Media Challenge

How to use social media to change the world in a small way - by helping "Room to Read" and build a library for children in a developing nation.

Do YOU want to change the world?

Of course you do. But when you think "change the world", it's often the BIG things that spring to mind.

Eliminating poverty. Eradicating AIDS or cancer. Combating global warming. Bringing about world peace. Solving the mysteries of the Universe.

Yet you can change the world in a smaller way - and still make a huge impact. It doesn't even need a lot of resources, money or talent.

What do you need to change the world?

You need is determination. You need a vision. And you need the stubborn persistence to stick with your mission.

You can change the world by feeding a family. You can change the world by nursing a sick patient. You can change the world by educating a child.

Yes, even these small things make the world a different place. A better place. A nicer place.

And you can do it - right now.

In a sense, it is with an aim and ambition to help as many people as possible start making this change that I decided to help co-author a new guide that is being widely called 'the ebook of the year'. It is called

20 Ways To Make $100 a Day Online

The 247 page blueprint collection compiled the work of 20 people who are using the very plans detailed in the ebook to make $100 a day.

Some plans will let you make $100 a day every single day. Others will help you make $100 a day on average by showing you how to have big pay-days once every week or month or quarter. And others will even show you the longer term strategy of building and selling a resource, so you may even make $100 a day seem small!

The ebook shows 20 ways to make $100 a day. And those ways suit many different styles and approaches. There's one ingredient YOU will have to add - and that's passion. Purpose. Your unique 'reason why'.

Because whatever fires you to go for your goals has to be powerful enough to brook no hurdle, overcome any obstacle, move relentlessly towards your destiny.

It helps when the goals you set are ambitious, make you stretch and strain to achieve them.

Worthy, sublime, lofty goals set the spirit soaring to greater heights, inspiring us to super-human efforts.

I want to invite you to share one such goal - for the next 24 hours.

It's a goal I set after hearing from Tim Ferriss, author of the best-selling "Four Hour Work-Week".

It's a goal that will change the world - in a small, meaningful way.

The goal is to raise $10,000 to build a library for children - and to raise the funds BY TOMORROW! Yes, it fits the theme to make $100 a day!

Can I do it alone?

Probably not. But I don't intend to. I want to involve YOU - and 99 others - in the plan.

Each one of us will set a modest (yet ambitious) goal to make $100 a day within the next 24 hours - all of it for this higher purpose, to turn an inspiring vision into reality.

If 100 people raise $100 each, we’ll have a total of $10,000 - which "Room to Read" will use to build a library for children in a developing nation.

That's what Tim Ferriss hoped will happen (among many other initiatives to develop literacy in both the U.S. and other countries) when his teamed up with "Room to Read" to change the world.

And all it involves is some work over the next 24 hours.

You will have to build your donation page (took me 3 minutes using the simple online tool).

You will have to telling a few friends and family members about it.

You will have to mail your subscriber list if you have one, or spread the word using any other social media - Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, Orkut, Blogs, Jaiku, Pownce, Friendster, Squidoo or anything else.

What do you say? Will you join me in this challenge to help change the world?

Get more details and sign up here - Help build a library through "Room to Read" and spread literacy and reading around the world.

About the Author:

Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian is a heart surgeon, Internet infopreneur and social entrepreneur. In this social media experiment, he hopes to raise $10,000 in a day for "Room to Read" to build a library for children in the developing world... and do it by inspiring 100 people like you to make $100 a day to help change the world.

And for more information about this exciting challenge, visit our 'Change The World' fundraiser site and check out "The "20 Ways To $100 a Day" Social Media Challenge" at

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Monday, 27 August 2007

Fancy Goldfish - A Beginner's Guide

Lately, keeping goldfish as a hobby has become very popular. And fancy goldfish are highly in demand by passionate hobbyists who want exotic, exciting, unique gold fish to adorn their homes and yard.

Whether it be a corral reef in your sitting room or an ornamental pond in your backyard, any goldfish keeper can enjoy the pleasures of growing fancy goldfish.

Goldfish care is important too, as many of these special breeds of fancy gold fish have preferences and requirements which are mandatory for their survival.

Before getting into goldfish care, let's take a quick look at the kinds of fancy goldfish - Oranda goldfish, the Japanese Pompon, Shubunkin goldfish, the Comet tail, fantail gold fish, veiltails, the Lionhead goldfish and Black Moors.

Fancy Goldfish #1 - Oranda gold fish

The Oranda also has warty growth covering its head, most pronounced on the forehead. The hood becomes visible at approximately 6 or 7 months of age.

Colors of the Oranda goldfish vary and include combinations of red, orange, white, yellow, gray, blue and black.

Fancy Goldfish #2 - Japanese Pompon

The Japanese Pompon has a body similar to the Oranda gold fish and has fleshy appendages or pompons hanging from its nostrils. The growths from its nostrils move noticeably when the goldfish swims.

Fancy Goldfish #3 - Shubunkin Goldfish

Shubunkin is a handsome matt gold fish that was first bred in Japan in 1900 and later introduced to Britain.

The background color is usually bright blue, with patches of intense black, red, gold and brown. The translation of Shubunkin is 'red brocade'.

In the U.K., two varieties of Shubunkin goldfish have been developed - the 'London' and 'Bristol', both of which have similar coloration but different finnage.

Fancy Goldfish #4 - Comet Tail Goldfish

Comet tail goldfish was developed in the United States at the end of the 19th century. The comet tail gold fish is red, or red and white, in color and the scales are metallic.

Fancy Goldfish #5 - Fantail Goldfish

A plump, oval bodied goldfish, the fantail is one of the more fancy goldfish varieties which will live in both the aquarium and outdoor pools.

Fantail goldfish are found in both matt and metallic versions, the latter often having the coloration of the Shubunkin goldfish.

Fancy Goldfish #6 - Veiltail Goldfish

Veiltail fancy gold fish first appeared in the U.S. as a variation of the Japanese fantail goldfish.

The Veiltail goldfish is one of the less hardy gold fish and should not be kept in an outdoor pond or in cold water (below 10 C). Veiltails require more protein and so should be given a considerable amount of live food.

Fancy Goldfish #7 - Lionhead Goldfish

The Lionhead gold fish has a strange wart-like growth covering its head. This becomes visible around 4 months after birth. To support a good 'hood', fancy goldfish with broad heads are preferred.

Lionhead goldfish are available in matt and colored forms. The Lionhead is very delicate and often unnecessarily kept at high temperatures deliberately.

Fancy Goldfish #8 - Black Moor Goldfish

The Blackmoor gold fish appears only with telescope eyes. In fact, black color seems lnked genetically to telescope eyes. No all-black goldfish with normal eyes have been found.

The Black Moor is similar in finnage to the veiltail goldfish and fantail goldfish. These fish are very delicate and cannot be kept in outdoor ponds.

Apart from these 8 kinds of fancy goldfish, there are other exotic varieties like the telescope-eyed goldfish, the celestial gold fish and the bubble eyed variants.

Each form of fancy goldfish has unique requirements and characteristics, requiring a good understanding of their needs so that you can take good care of your goldfish.

Saturday, 12 May 2007

Should I Be An Infopreneur Today?

Whenever I talk to people about becoming an Internet infopreneur, I hear two objections - from different sections of the audience.

One group says, "Oh, the time's not yet ripe for this sort of thing"

And the other says, "But, isn't it already too late?"

The fact is, there is no 'perfect' time to start being an infopreneur.

Let's face it. There's nothing new about compiling data into information. And there's nothing new about selling the processed product. Why, even the Internet is no longer 'new' - though it is constantly evolving.

What is, however, relatively new and unexplored, is the concept of selling information products over the Internet to various niche audiences.

Is the time right to start doing this?

Just look at these numbers.

E-commerce over the Internet in the U.S. for the third quarter of 2006 amounted to $27.5 BILLION, a 4.5% increase over the 2nd quarter and a 20% growth over last year (Source: U.S. Census Bureau News, Nov.2006). For this study, ecommerce was defined as the value of goods and services sold online.

Annual spending per buyer increased from $457 in 2001 to $784 in 2006.

The trend is reflected around the world. Below are the total worldwide eCommerce Revenues for 2004

North America $3.5 trillion

Asia Pacific $1.6 trillion

Western Europe $1.5 trillion

Latin America $81.8 billion

Rest of World $68.6 billion

Source: Forrester Research

So what are they buying? And more specificaly, for you as an infopreneur, the important question is: "Are they are buying INFORMATION?"

The answer is a resounding "Yes".

In 2004, more than 14 million Americans made digital content purchases - each for less than $2. TowerGroup forecast that by 2009, the market for micropayments would grow to $11.5 billion in revenue.

One area in which micropayments are growing in the U.S. is for online paid content. Despite double-digit increase for micropayments, at $12.8 million in revenue, the share is only a 1 percent of total online paid content revenues. Do the math - you'll see just how vast the potential is for selling content online.

43.6% of all purchases over $50 were made on Business Content - and that's good news if you are targeting that market. More and more consumers will buy low-priced content online, with music continuing to lead the way.

In 2005, data from Nielsen NetRatings's Holiday eShopping Index showed a 33 percent increase in online purchases over the previous year. Books, music, and video combined were the fastest growing category, with a 238% increase.

Are you convinced yet? Or maybe a smaller, more personal sampling will prove the point more forcefuly.

In my own infopreneuring business, the revenues and profits from the first half of 2006 were higher than entire 2005.

A few marketing changes may have impacted these figures, but my instinctive analysis is that more people are buying specialized information online, are willing to pay more for useful information, and when satisfied they are getting good quality stuff, are buying more of it to meet their growing and changing needs.

And that change has doubled my sales in a year! So, you tell me. Is the time right for you to start doing this?


Internet infopreneur Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian has helped hundreds of business owners build online information empires. He shares powerful tips, ideas and secrets about achieving success and building massive wealth from information products in his "Internet Infopreneur Tips" ezine.

Is it possible for anyone to be an Infopreneur ?

Far too many people hold off on trying out something new because they are afraid it will too difficult. Or too time consuming. Or too expensive.

Infopreneuring is not any of them. You'll be surprised to see just how simple it can all be.

To create and sell an information product, you need to know what your market wants, then find a solution to solve their biggest problem, and then package it into an easily consumed product - and finally, you have to place the offer in front of the right audience and make sales.

Done the right way, it can be VERY easy! Let me share a short story about how to do it.

1. Find out what your market wants.

Some years back, I emailed my list of subscribers a short survey. In it, I asked them what their biggest problem was. Many responded to the survey.

Their answer surprised me - as this was an area I had not much experience about. Still, the number of people who said they were willing to pay to learn more about it made me think a bit about creating a product to meet their needs. After all, that's what an infopreneur does!

2. Create the solution to their problem.

As I thought over the situation, I remembered a few friends mentioning that they were involved in the same area, addressing the same problem. A quick email confirmed they were trying out some interesting new ideas - and they worked well.

Within a few hours, and with just a few email exchanges and a phone call, we had
a plan - where they would teach my subscribers about the specific thing they said they wanted to learn about.

3. Package information into a product.

We picked a 4-part course as the ideal way to deliver this particular solution. If the circumstances were different, we might have packaged the information in the form of an ebook, an email newsletter, a membership site, a printed book, a teleseminar, an audio recording, a video and multi-media presentation or even a live seminar or personal coaching and mentoring program.

The 3-step exercise generated over $1,700 in a day for my business - selling specialized information to an audience that craved it, wanted it, demanded it. And what's more, I didn't even have to create the information myself!

As an infopreneur, you too can soon be doing deals like this one. It really can be that easy!


Internet infopreneur Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian has helped hundreds of business owners build online information empires. He shares powerful tips, ideas and secrets about achieving success and building massive wealth from information products in his "Internet Infopreneur Tips" ezine.

Friday, 11 May 2007

6 MORE Reasons To Be An Infopreneur

In another article about becoming an Internet Infopreneur, I shared five reasons for why you should consider creating and selling information products online. Just in case those are not enough, here are another six juicy benefits every infopreneur enjoys - and you can too.

6. Can be set to run hands-off.

Don't you wish you could be lying on a beach, sipping pina coladas, while your business chugs along raking in millions?

Well, maybe you won't be carrying the green stuff to your bank in sacks. But fully automated income streams running completely on auto-pilot with zero effort on your part are a 'dream come true' for many infopreneurs - including me.

Don't get me wrong. I don't mean all you have to do is wish for it, and checks magically starts appearing in your mailbox.

No. You'll need to put in some effort first. Hard work, maybe. But once it's done, you'll enjoy the fruits of your labor for a long time - even many years.

7. Scalable - you can take it as high as you want.

Looking to make a few hundred dollars more every month? You can do it.

Want to replace your day job, and make a full-time income from your infopreneuring? That's possible too. A bit harder, but not very.

Do you plan on building your own information empire online, creating a huge fortune based on your infopreneuring? It is well within your reach. Just know you'll have to do things better, in a more structured, organized, systematic way to achieve this goal.

Your ambition as an infopreneur is only limited by your imagination!

8. No time limitations. Grow your business as fast or slow as you like.

Tired of punching a clock, turning up at the office 'on time', running on a treadmill that's ever moving faster - yet going nowhere!

Infopreneuring can be your salvation. You work a schedule determined by yourself, depending upon the targets and aims you define for your enterprise. Big or small, short term or long, there's a method you'll find optimal and suitable for your work as an infopreneur.

9. No geographic restrictions.

All you need is a computer with an Internet connection. It does not matter where in the world you live. Or where you travel. Or how often you do.

As long as you have access to a computer and a way to get hooked to the Internet, you can conduct your infopreneur operations unfettered. Indeed, within a short time, you'll learn to set things up so that you won't even need to check on things too often - maybe once a week, or month, or even once every year!

10. No barriers to entry.

Nothing keeps you out. Conventional barriers like language, social status, or physical handicaps do not matter when it comes to becoming an Internet infopreneur.

The World Wide Web is a great leveller. A one-man show can compete on its merits with a Fortune 500 corporation (within limits). You do NOT need expensive tools or equipment. You do NOT need a big marketing and advertising budget. You do NOT need an office, staff or employees.

You can launch your information business with a story - one based on your own experience, education or expertise.

11. Potential for long-term passive income.

To me, the biggest advantage - and one that is often overlooked - is the potential to work once and get paid over and over again. Many people who read about the potential in becoming an infopreneur give up too early, thinking it sounds like too much hard work.

You write a report or book once - and yes, it can be hard work. But guess what? You get paid for that work a year later... 4 years later... even 10 years later, or more! That's FUN.

So there you are... 11 great reasons to think about a career as an information product creator and marketer. When are you going to get started?


Internet infopreneur Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian has helped hundreds of business owners build online information empires. He shares powerful tips, ideas and secrets about achieving success and building massive wealth from information products in his "Internet Infopreneur Tips" ezine.

Thursday, 10 May 2007

5 Reasons You Should Become An Infopreneur

Why Should You Be An Infopreneur ?

The 'information business' is uniquely suited to harness the global reach and impact the Internet offers. It taps right into the major driving energy of the Net - an interconnected digital network over which data (and information) can flow without friction over great distances, almost instantly.

Email changed the way we communicate. Online marketplaces changed the way we buy and sell. Web-based communities are affecting the way we interact - even offline, in the real world.

And information shared, exchanged, bartered, sold - and hidden - over the Internet is impacting all these areas, deeply and irrevocably.

You, as an infopreneur, can be a part of this exciting revolution. Here are 5 good reasons you should consider becoming an information entrepreneur.

1. You need only your own experience.

That's right. No extra resources are necessary. Everything you need to be a successful infopreneur resides right between your ears, inside your brain!

You just have to learn how to extract that precious information, compile it into a product or service, and sell it to the folks who need it desperately. And these folks could live right across the street from you - or halfway across the globe!

2. Work from anywhere, only in your spare time.

Tele-commuting is all the rage for corporate employees. But you can't beat the lifestyle of an infopreneur. Who else can choose to work in a pinstripe suit in a plush office, or out of their bedroom in pyjamas - or even both?!

And as an infopreneur, you answer to no boss, meet no deadlines - except ones you impose yourself. It's a dream come true for many lazy entrepreneurs.

3. Affordable for anyone.

Have you ever looked into the start-up costs of setting up a small business in the 'real' brick-and-mortar world?

Depending upon where in the world you live, this could vary - but it's always a sizable chunk of change. There's office space to rent, equipment to buy or lease, employees to hire and pay, legal formalities to complete, licences to purchase, inventory to stock, manufacturing costs to incur and a lot more.

When you combine this with the startling statistic that over 95% of small businesses will fail within 3 years of launch, the low set up cost of becoming an Internet Infopreneur begins to appear an attractive advantage.

4. Plenty of guidance available.

There's no need to reinvent the wheel. Almost every facet of infopreneuring has been explored and experienced by others before you - and luckily, many of them are willing to share their hard earned lessons with you.

You won't have to experiment or take huge risks. Just see what worked for others before you - and follow that proven path, with your unique information and knowledge. It's a virtually foolproof way to success.

5. Powerful, intuitive, easy-to-use technology available.

Technology and tools for infopreneurs has grown by leaps and bounds. And smart entrepreneurs tweaked and adapted the tools to further their needs, in the process making them more valuable and useful to budding infopreneurs like you.

Just click a few buttons - and you have a 24/7 sales-force working for your information business. It just doesn't get much easier than that. And technology solutions exist for almost every aspect of infopreneuring.

So, are you convinced it's a good idea to think about becoming an Internet infopreneur?


Internet infopreneur Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian has helped hundreds of business owners build online information empires. He shares powerful tips, ideas and secrets about achieving success and building massive wealth from information products in his "Internet Infopreneur Tips" ezine.

Sunday, 25 February 2007

Best GPS Reviews - Find the Best GPS System & GPS Receivers

Global Positioning Systems and GPS receivers are becoming increasingly important, and reviews of good GPS systems are flooding the Web. Sometimes, it seems you need another GPS system to make sense of the vast quantity of data out there.

Best GPS Reviews will help you cut through the GPS system reviews clutter and find the nuggets of gold - the best reviews of global positioning systems receivers, handheld and PDA GPS receivers, GPS tracking systems, car GPS and portable GPS as well as GPS Map and navigation systems.

By sifting through the mountain of GPS information available online and grouping it into easily browsed collections including only the best GPS reviews, this service will save you time and effort in finding your ideal GPS system.

If you are looking for answers to questions like "What is the best GPS for my application?" or "What is the best GPS system I can buy for under $350 ?" or "What model GPS system is the best selling one?", then the reviews on Best GPS Reviews will be useful in saving you time.

With such a wide range of choice available, buying a GPS system can be as hard as buying a new car or computer. But if you know what you want, and have a source to validate your preference by seeing what others say about it, you're on safe ground.

Best GPS Reviews will be your trusted guide to doing this, by making available a growing list of GPS receiver reviews.

Saturday, 17 February 2007

Breakthrough New 'Dog Training Tips' Blog Launches

"Dog Training Tips" is a new blog launched today to share tips on dog training and puppy training with pet owners who are eagerly searching for information about dogs online.

The blog about Puppy Training, includes also a 'Best Dog Breeds Guide' along with valuable tips on crate puppy training, crate training dog, dog agility training and dog behavior training.

Written with the experience gained by a specialist dog trainer, this weblog will be updated daily with useful information about dog house training, dog obedience training, and more general information about dog training like how to buy a dog training collar, which are the best dog training schools, and how to ensure a cheap yet quality range of dog training supply.

"Every single one of your dog training tip is worth at least $10" says Janie, a delighted visitor to the 'Dog Training Tips' blog. But everything on the blog is free!

Check it out - and see what today's free dog training tip will be.

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Friday, 2 February 2007

Beat Diabetes - Learn How

Yes, YOU Can Beat Diabetes Too!

Nearly 3 of every 100 people on the face of earth suffer from diabetes, a dreadful disorder of glucose metabolism that harms almost every organ in the body.

Yet you can beat diabetes. It is NOT hard. There are many things you can do to prevent or postpone the onset of diabetes. And many more you can do to control it and treat complications.

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Thursday, 25 January 2007

Who Will Be US President 08 ?

That's the question many people around the world are asking as the long countdown to the polls on November 4, 2008 starts with the nomination of candidates for the prestigous and powerful post of US President 08

To help present facts and information about the US presidential candidates, political parties and challenging issues facing them in the run up to the 2008 polls, we have set up a website - - that will follow the progress of the elections and share news and views as they develop.

One of the highlights of this frequently refreshed website is the convenient presentation of breaking news related to the elections and the Democratic and Republican party positions. By scouring news stories from across the Web, aided by Yahoo!'s powerful tools, will keep you up to date with the US presidential election in 2008.

The United States presidential election of 2008 will be held on November 4, 2008. The election will determine electors for the United States Electoral College, and whichever presidential candidate receives a majority of votes in the Electoral College (at least 270) will be the 44th president of the United States.

Who will be the lucky man (or woman)? Who will be US President 08 ? What do YOU think?

Wednesday, 24 January 2007

Help Save a Heart Child's Life - And Spread CHD Awareness

Dr.Mani Sivasubramanian, heart surgeon and webmaster of 'Heart Disease Online' has joined an effort to help children with heart birth defects receive medical treatment.

"A Day For Hearts: Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Day" focuses attention on the problem of heart defects in kids. The aim:to spread awareness about the problem and gather support.

Think for a moment about a child you love. Imagine how you'd feel if that child had a heart condition. Then think about how bad it would be if this child couldn't have treatment.

Then, ask yourself if you would do something to help.

*** You could help save a child's life - literally ***

And you don't have to spend money, if you don't want to. There are many other ways you can help. Do whatever you can. Every little bit adds up - fast. Start today. Go to

And please, spread the word. Forward this note to anyone you think might be willing to help out. Tell your friends, family, customers, contacts - everyone.

Then treat yourself to a smile. You have earned it.