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Ten Totally "Stupid" Online Business Ideas That Made Someone Rich (Already :)

How to get rich the smart way? Read what some creative people did:

1. Million Dollar Homepage

1000000 pixels, charge a dollar per pixel – that's perhaps the dumbest idea for online business anyone could have possible come up with. Still, Alex Tew, a 21-year-old who came up with the idea, is now a

2. SantaMail

Ok, how's that for a brilliant idea. Get a postal address at North Pole, Alaska, pretend you are Santa Claus and charge parents 10 bucks for every letter you send to their kids? Well, Byron Reese sent over 200000 letters since the start of the business in 2001, which makes him a couple million dollars richer.

3. Doggles

Create goggles for dogs and sell them online? Boy, this IS the dumbest idea for a business. How in the world did they manage to become millionaires and have shops all over the world with that one? Beyond me.

4. LaserMonks is a for-profit subsidiary of the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Spring Bank, an eight-monk monastery in the hills of Monroe County, 90 miles northwest of Madison. Yeah, real monks refilling your cartridges. Hallelujah! Their 2005 sales were $2.5 million! Praise the Lord.

5. AntennaBalls

You can't sell antenna ball online. There is no way. And surely it wouldn't make you rich. But this is exactly what Jason Wall did, and now he is now a millionaire.

6. FitDeck

Create a deck of cards featuring exercise routines, and sell it online for $18.95. Sounds like a disaster idea to me. But former Navy SEAL and fitness instructor Phil Black reported last year sales of $4.7 million. Surely beats what military pays.

7. PositivesDating.Com

How would you like to go on a date with an HIV positive person? Paul Graves and Brandon Koechlin thought that someone would, so they created a dating site for HIV positive folks last year. Projected 2006 sales are $110,000, and the two hope to have 50,000 members by their two-year mark.

8. Designer

Diaper Bags Christie Rein was tired of carrying diapers around in a freezer bag. The 34-year-old mother of three found herself constantly stuffing diapers for her infant son into freezer bags to keep them from getting scrunched up in her purse. Rein wanted something that was compact, sleek and stylish, so
in November 2004, she sat down with her husband, Marcus, who helped her design a custom diaper bag that's big enough to hold a travel pack of wipes and two to four diapers. With more than $180,000 in sales for 2005, Christie's company, Diapees & Wipees, has bags in 22 different styles, available online and in 120 boutiques across the globe for $14.99.

9. PickyDomains

Hire another person to think of a cool domain name for you? No way people would pay for this. Actually, naming domain names for others turned out a thriving business, especially, when you make the entire process risk free. PickyDomains currently has a waiting list of people who want to PAY the service to come up with a snappy memorable domain name. PickyDomains is expected to hit six figures this year.

10. Lucky

Wishbone Co. Fake wishbones. Now, this stupid idea is just destined to flop. Who in the world needs FAKE PLASTIC wishbones? A lot of people, it turns out. Now producing 30,000 wishbones daily (they retail for 3 bucks a pop) Ken Ahroni, the company founder, expects 2006 sales to reach $1 million.

SEO service detail PDF Print E-mail
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Here are sample of Search Engine Optimization service provided:

Internal --

On-page Optimization

* Keyword Research
* Title Tag Optimization
* Robots.txt Optimization
* W3c Validation
* Working on HTML Source Code
* Image & Hyperlink Optimization
* Header Tag Optimization
* PageRank Sculpting

Website Usability & Conversion

* Installing Usability Tool on Website
* Customer Report on Web Usability & Conversion
* Monthly Website Conversions Tracking
* Updating Pages for Local Search

Content Optimization

* Website Content Writing
* Blog Writing
* Article Writing
* Press Release Writing

External --

Local Search Website Optimization

* Local Search Engine Submission
* Customer Review Submission
* hCard Integration
* Updating Pages for Local Search

Link Development

* Manual Link Requests to Related Sites
* One Way Links from Directory Submissions

Web 2.0 and Social Media Optimization

* Social Bookmarking
* Blog Submission
* Press Release Submission
* Article Submission
* PowerPoint Presentation Submission
* Video Submission
* Photo Sharing
* RSS Feeds

Other Activities

* Google, Yahoo & MSN Sitemap Creation
* Google Base Feeds


* Google Analytics (Statistics)
* Current Performance
* Monthly SEO Report

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 18:37
Why internet marketing - show proof PDF Print E-mail
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Here come with Google with all the dollar side of simple facts:

Google Inc.'s (GOOG) first-quarter net income rose 8.9% on higher revenue and U.S. paid clicks for Internet searches.

Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said the results underline the "resilience of our business model and the ongoing potential of the Web as users and advertisers shift online."

Shares rose 5% after-hours to $408.22 as earnings results topped Wall Street's estimates.

The search-engine giant has been more resilient to the economic downturn than many other technology companies. Still, Google has pared down hiring recently, eliminated nearly 300 jobs in two rounds of its first-ever job cuts and trimmed other company perks to cut costs.

Google reported net income of $1.42 billion, or $4.49 a share, up from $1.31 billion, or $4.12 a share, a year ago.

In the quarter, Google recorded stock compensation charges of $277 million, which was slightly offset by a $64 million tax benefit related to stock-based compensation. Earlier this year, the company warned it would record stock compensation charges throughout 2009 as it repriced previously issued options.

Excluding the items, earnings were $5.16 a share.

Revenue rose 6.2% to $5.51 billion from a year earlier and fell 3% from the fourth quarter. Traffic-acquisition costs, or commissions paid to marketing partners, totaled $1.44 billion, or 27% of advertising revenue.

Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected per-share earnings of $4.93 on revenue of $4.09 billion, excluding traffic-acquisition costs.

Google's U.S. paid clicks - a measure of how frequently consumers clicked on its ads - grew 17% in the first quarter from a year earlier and rose 3% from the fourth quarter.

--  Especially when economic condition is going south these days, more businesses adjusting their marketing spending from traditional channel, like TV, news paper, magazine to the great Internet, where you could effectively control every penny with measurable performance. Of course, data mining kicks in makes even more easier and useful!



Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2009 10:51
Business focus PDF Print E-mail
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As Information Technology (IT) continue to involve a better society changes (especially in today's economic condition); that is, more accurate, reliable and faster process of information for businesses, we as IT consultant, by the end of 2008, and re-enforce the our business focus on the categories below for new year of 2009:

1) Website development with Internet marketing & Search engine optimization (SEO)

2) Business data warehousing and mining

3) Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software implementation and customization

Wish you all have a success & meaningful new year! 

After all, Information Technology can truly bring in/up your business value & we get IT done!!



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