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Entries from February 2008

Solving a Home CATV Wiring Problem

February 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

Yesterday I had an interesting experience helping a good friend and neighbor set up some CATV wiring in his basement. Now I’ve done this kind of stuff in past jobs and even in my own basement. So you would think that there should be no problem whatsoever. Think again. To be fair, he hasn’t had […]

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Tags: Technology

Narrating one’s work from day to day

February 21st, 2008 · No Comments

Richard K. Miller wrote a post yesterday in part about documenting your daily work. He quotes Jon Udell’s idea of narrating one’s work from day to day. That way your experience can help others and do something other than bounce around inside your head looking for a way out. All to often I find myself […]

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Tags: Blogging

My Top Secret Google Keywords

February 8th, 2008 · 2 Comments

This post is another my in the ongoing series detailing how I’ll going to both increase traffic and page rank of tylerwhitaker.com. Ok, so I had a little fun with the title of this post. But, I’m going to share with you my top secret Google keywords. These aren’t just any keywords. These are the […]

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Tags: Business · Internet Marketing · SEO

8 Great WordPress Plugins I’m Using

February 7th, 2008 · 1 Comment

One of the first things I realized was that tylerwhitaker.com was pretty light on plugins. I have been running Akismet for spam (and it works great.) But the rest are new. If you know of any better plugins, please let me know. Akismet Akismet checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if […]

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Tags: Internet Marketing · Plugins · SEO · Web 2.0 · WordPress

Internet Marketing Research

February 7th, 2008 · No Comments

The last couple of weeks I’ve been doing some research into the field of Internet Marketing. Specifically, I’m interesting in blogs, SEO, Google AdSense (and other ad networks), webstores (amazon, eBay, yahoo, etc.), and keyword selection. While I’m finding a lot of content that is both good and bad, I’m learning that there is more […]

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Tags: General