Tag: online

Nov

Online business mentorship

In case you missed it, I’m offering to help you with starting your own small online business. You don’t have to pay for it, at least not with money. Basically, you help me write a few articles, or in whatever form of contribution you can give (I’m flexible). And in return, I help you to […]

Jun

My first product sucked like a black hole

You’d think after 3 years of studying Internet marketing, learning e-commerce stuff such as web hosting, payment gateways, shopping carts, email autoresponders and the like, as well as reading tons of books on business, marketing, leadership, finance, and other entrepreneurial-related topics, that my first commercial online product would have succeeded beyond my wildest dreams. It […]

May

Anatomy of a sleazy information product

I think I’ve recovered sufficiently from my ordeal, with sufficient time having passed, that I can talk about it to you now. Back in November 2009 (judging from the file timestamps), I bought an information product. Not just any information product. It’s one of those “how to make money online” products. SSHHHH!! I hear something… […]

May

WOX or online business guide?

Alright, in my quest to feed myself, I have a few product ideas down the pipeline. Now that version 2 of my spreadsheet Open XML guide is out (privately and affectionately referred to as SOX because the full acronym SOXFS is pronounced “socks fuzz” and doesn’t sound sexy), I am going to create something else. […]

Mar

How to self-publish a magazine

When I was starting out trying to get email subscribers to my magazine, I wrote a small ebook to give away as an incentive to subscribe. I’ve decided to just give it away for free. It’s called “How to self-publish an online magazine – Parry publishing pitfalls on a bread-and-butter budget”. Download it for free […]

Jan

Magazine publishing part 2 – Page settings

You learned about fonts in online magazine publishing in part 1. Today I’ll tell you about page settings. Orientation There are 2 page orientations to choose from: portrait and landscape. The traditional physical magazines are in portrait orientations. My guess is that it’s easier to flip. When opened, the visible surface area (squarish) is easy […]