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How to Actually Rank #1 For Any Keyword

Everyone wants to have their site rank well in Google. And why not? Not only can Google send you a boatload of free traffic – it's also highly targeted, and it's one of the best ways to drive business. The problem is, that exact same ideal is shared with thousands of your direct competitors. ThisContinue Reading

Learn And Earn The Easy Way

My good friend Ken Paul just made me aware of a brand new tool that has huge potential and even more promises. Based on what I heard so far this is the future of learning and the must have tutorials if you own a computer. These tutorials are so massive and comprehensive that online downloads simply won't work.Continue Reading

IE7 Has Problems

A new version of a software tool or operating system is not always a good thing. Yes, you get all the new features, but you also get some headaches if you’re a developer that tries to keep up with technology. The Power Blog experienced its own share of problems with the new Internet Explorer 7.Continue Reading


Yes, InstantBuzz is back, stronger than ever. Despite the recent setbacks InstantBuzz is gaining support all over the place. The last time I wrote about InstantBuzz I mentioned the drop in visitors to my website. Yes in deed I certainly missed the flow of traffic from InstantBuzz while the site was down. For those whoContinue Reading

Newsletter August 2005

Announcement I’m very happy to announce our first monthly winner of the ‘Online Business Idea Referral’ contest for the month of July 2005. After a mad dash at the end it was Joseph Nyakairu who got the lead and I’m proud to present Joseph Nyakairu with a software packages from ‘The Internet Marketing Tool Box’.Continue Reading

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