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what page of google am i on?

Postby mrlily » Sat, 31 Oct 2009 11:29 pm

was searching for something and came across this site, quite useful i thought. http://whatpageofgoogleamion.com/ i know i've done this manually a truck load of times.

as an example put in

keyword: drink vinegar
url: www.drinkingvinegar.com

hit submit.
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Re: what page of google am i on?

Postby ksl » Sun, 01 Nov 2009 4:32 am

mrlily wrote:was searching for something and came across this site, quite useful i thought. http://whatpageofgoogleamion.com/ i know i've done this manually a truck load of times.

as an example put in

keyword: drink vinegar
url: www.drinkingvinegar.com

hit submit.


Nice one, though google isn't that hot, in Singapore one reason why i havent done anything with key words for years! The other reason is that a new pro website is in the making. The site is okay but not in great demand at all, Google makes money on advertising, though it's not cost effective on a local platform in my opinion. Why should one buy ad words when you can choose them and place them yourself?

How is the biz by the way?

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Postby mrlily » Sun, 01 Nov 2009 12:04 pm

thanks for asking, the stats are improving. a couple of days back i wrote some code that pulls an RSS feed from our site and updates twitter automatically (only when new items are added). our page views have increased considerably.

might be worth incorporating into your new site.

still learning
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Postby ksl » Sun, 01 Nov 2009 3:06 pm

mrlily wrote:thanks for asking, the stats are improving. a couple of days back i wrote some code that pulls an RSS feed from our site and updates twitter automatically (only when new items are added). our page views have increased considerably.

might be worth incorporating into your new site.

still learning


I see quite a few second hand book stalls, that do a rotation at the shopping malls, once you have an idea of the spending power of each mall, you will have something to negotiate with the event organisers.

There are many shopping malls, that are not feasible to do, so you will not breakeven, if your costs are too high. Books take up quite a lot of space, and I don't know what they the event organisers charge, so you need a win win situation if you are going to do events. It's also a good way to expose the online business, if you have a sticker on the back of the books with your web address or even the front of the book.

I wrote some code that pulls an RSS feed from our site and updates twitter automatically
That is usefull, you can use it on the Blogs.sg site


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