I had a conversation with two different people this week about trends. And it got me thinking a bit. Trends are a ‘thorny issue’. They seem to be one of those areas that have a few different workable approaches. And some traders can get a bit prickly when defending the ‘proper’ (i.e. their) way of […]
Here’s a question for you: Do you listen to what your eBay customers are saying about you and your products? “How can I listen to them?” you are probably thinking, “I don’t talk to them and they don’t talk to me, everything is done online, so how can I listen?” Well actually, your buyers do talk to […]
Here’s a business that’s smashing it online… Well, in my opinion anyway. They are doing a LOT right with their online marketing. And even if your business is completely unrelated to theirs, there’s a lot you can steal. By the way, that doesn’t mean copy word for word, colour for colour. It means take the […]
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Welcome from Manly, Australia! I am attending my sister’s wedding with the family. I have not seen any koalas or kangaroos just yet. It is St Ledger weekend at Doncaster. With the season Aidan O’Brien is having, I feel his horses are the first stop for the shortlist. I do tend to look to Seamie […]
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Last week’s email about Crypto coins and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) got a few people hot under the collar… One reader is even in the process of launching his own coin and wrote in to tell me how he found my comments a bit ‘out of order.’ Here’s what he said: I read your Nest […]
A lot of people panic over website design. They spend way too much time and money on fancy logos and silly little flourishes that don’t make a difference to their bottom line. I’m VERY guilty of this. The thing is, ultimately, your customers are looking for good advice, useful information and products that will make […]
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The start of a new month means the construction of the next What Really Wins Money newsletter, so I thought I’d give you a glimpse into the types of topics I cover in September’s newsletter. With the US Open tennis finalising, I thought I would take a look at tennis-related betting products. One in particular caught […]
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Here’s your priority checklist containing the top things to consider to guarantee a better performance from your product listings. So, who wants to make money online with very little effort? You do? I wouldn’t blame you for answering yes, however…I have to tell you that it’s the wrong attitude to have. There’s nothing wrong with […]
Bernard Baruch – investment behemoth and all round ‘big cheese’ – describes the Wall Street scene in the days leading up to 1929’s big crash: “Taxi drivers told you what to buy. The shoeshine boy could give you a summary of the day’s financial news as he worked with rag and polish… My cook had […]
I hope you enjoyed my Mayweather vs McGregor ideas in last week’s eletter. I am pleased to report that a few of the angles profited well. A little more profitable than the Past Winner trends, which are odds-based. On occasion I was only a point or so shy of the winner (i.e. a 5/1 horse […]
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