SITEX 2007 Singapore is coming!

Yes! This is the fourth and probably the last IT show in Singapore in 2007… and its coming in just 4 weeks time!

Here are the SITEX exhibition dates, time and venue!

Sitex 2007 Singapore

Dates: 29 November 2007 – 2 December 2007
Time: 11am – 9pm
Location: Singapore Expo Halls 5 – 6!

For those who have the habit of exchanging gifts for Christmas, this might a good time to get great deals for gadgets like Creative MP3 players, Apple iPods, Sony Playstation 3 (I want one of this! :mrgreen: ) , Canon digital cameras, IBM laptops, sleek Mac Book Pros… you name it, they probably have it!

So, what are you getting?

Are you game enough for Operation Firefox?

Mozilla Fathead PosterAbout a week ago, the Mozilla foundation launched a marketing project Operation Firefox – its goal, to post fifty 3.5 feet wide Firefox stickers (Fathead Posters) in high human traffic areas all around the world…

Just to spread Firefox. Cool! 😎

I think this would be fun! Unfortunately, participants must be residents of the US, Canada, Japan, China or New Zealand. Argh. No Singapore.

Check out the Operation Firefox page and start cracking your brains how you can win a Mac Book Pro or one of the three sets of Nintendo Wiis!

Hurry! Your plans must be submitted by November 9th!

Comex 2007 Singapore

Singaporeans! Are you thinking of getting any computer peripherals to keep your blogging computer up to date? Well hold your horses, because the Singapore Comex 2007 is coming again! πŸ™‚

Comex 2007 Singapore

Here the details of the IT exhibition:

30th August – 2nd September 2007
Suntec City Exhibition Centre
Entire Levels 1, 3, 4 & 6
Opening Hours: 12 noon to 9pm

Its crazy – Suntec City is going to filled with cars again. πŸ˜€

I’ll probably drop by one of the days, just to check out the latest gadgets and find out what the best deals are like, but I don’t need anything at the moment – I’m so comfortable with my Thinkpad X60s, docked to a 19″ screen at home :mrgreen: Maybe what I really need instead is an air-conditioner for my room!

Anyway, checked out the Comex 2007 Website for more details!

The gurus are so full of B.S., so make a decision for yourself!

Joel Comm, the Adsense Guru posted about the Death of Adsense Abitrage a couple of days back. According to him,

Jennifer Slegg of has reported that a number of publishers have received emails telling them that they have “an unsuitable business model” and that their account will be closed within two weeks.

Adsense AbitrageWell, I think I personally think it is a great move by Google, and they should definitely keep up to it. For the unaware – Adsense Abitrage is just a “buy low and sell high” kind of strategy where people target advertise on low cost keywords, then create a page clump full of ads to get a return click with a higher payout – from the start I felt that it wasn’t a good business strategy, or at least one which I don’t think Google would ever like for their advertisers.

Great job Google!

On the other hand…

I received an email message from one of the newsletters I subscribe to, and in almost the same time frame this is how the message went!

Kian Ann,

If youÒ€ℒre looking for a cutting edge, ads tracking formula then you need AdSpy. Matt Callen released a brand new Adsense tool that can track every single click, where they came from, what ad was clicked and even more importantly what keyword brought them there.

If your into Adsense Arbitrage then this is a must have tool. Imagine the possibilities if you knew which keywords to eliminate, and which keywords to increase your spending on.

Sound contradictory huh? One email is telling me that Google is clamping down on Adsense Abitrage, and another is telling me that they have greater tools for Adsense Abitrage sites.

Who should we follow? Follow your brain!

Who is right and who is wrong? Well… comparing the two, I’d make a decision based on business sense. Adsense Abitrage doesn’t sound like a good business model, and so I’d take Joel’s word. I’m not saying that the person sending me this email is wrong – I’m just saying that some messages ought to be thought twice.

Anyways, the decision was further reinforced with a SEO News article saying Google to Close Low-Yield MFA Accounts.

Just a pointer for Internet Marketing newbies to be forwarned

The Internet Marketing arena is full of “low-cost”, “get-rich-quick”, “ultimate-tools” that are actually just plain junk which these “gurus” paid $200 on to get programmed, and then selling them off at $17, $27, or $47, to each of their 100,000 email subscribers.

If you think something is too good to be true, it probably is. πŸ™‚

I’m ready.

ConfessionI have a confession to make. I am still not doing what I preach! πŸ˜›

A couple of days ago, I blogged about consistent blogging, and in late January this year, I blogged about having a blog editorial calendar!

And guess what? I got caught up, I haven’t spent the time doing what I was supposed to do. I feel bad. Yes, I feel guilty. πŸ™

But today I am ready. I have done up my blogging schedule, at least for the coming week (in fact I have the whole month on plan, but I just need to fill up some holes.

So you will be getting more of me, starting today. Everyday.

…and if you don’t, be sure to nudge me… you know how much I love to daydream!