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David Husnian
David Husnian
The "honest marketer", an oxymoron? Not in this case :-) I believe marketing, truth and integrity can all be used in the same sentence. Doing just that I have taken my monthly income and turned into my weekly income... (daily is next!)
Aug. 25, 2009 1:16 pm
Today, I've got a few small but important things about Google and Facebook I thought you'd want to know about. You know that I like to let you know about ways to keep yourself and your online businesses safe and that I like to tell you about things I find out before "the masses" know about them. So, this time I'm going to share a potentially serious and damaging security issue with Facebook...  Read More
Aug. 24, 2009 6:42 pm
I'm frequently asked about how to run or create an online business , even from long time online business owners (sometimes even from very successful ones) One thing I've realized is that, like offline business, you can have some or good success online without really understanding what a business is or how to create an efficient and effective one. I have a friend who runs a fair-sized mortgage...  Read More
Aug. 17, 2009 1:38 pm
First, and most obviously, Google is doing a major remodeling of their search engine ; whether this is a full gut or not we don't know but traditionally companies keep at the some of the structure of previous versions so I expect Google to do the same but it remains to see how much. Size and Speed Second, they recognize that the Web is getting so big so fast that they can't possibly keep up...  Read More
Aug. 11, 2009 2:21 pm
Think your Google Gmail is safe? Think again! Yet another flaw in Gmail was recently revealed by security researcher Vicente Aguilera Díaz, who has found previous flaws in Gmail. He found a back door allowing bad guys to repeatedly guess Gmail passwords . According to his new alert, Google lets anyone with a Gmail account guess another Gmail user's password 100 times every two hours, or...  Read More
Aug. 7, 2009 4:00 am
In my last post , I talked about recent U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigations into certain marketing practices that you may unknowingly and innocently do. While the specific investigation was on "fake blogs" it isn't a far leap to many of the review sites out there that aren't really more than affiliate promotion advertising pages. There is talk that FTC will require explicit...  Read More
Aug. 6, 2009 9:55 am
Recently, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) started investigating some common, although not exactly ethical, marketing practices but ones you may unknowingly and innocently do. I did some research to make sure I’m not potentially at risk and, while not a lawyer, I don’t think I am. I also don’t think most marketers would find themselves purposely at risk but the practices are common...  Read More
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