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Samantha Lewinst's TGSJ Profile

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The Golf Street Journal; Samantha Lewinst’s Profile. I wonder whether any other golf networks have members like this? Do you fancy playing a round with Samantha? Mm, what man in his right mind wouldn’t?

Join us at The Golf Street Journal: you can sign up, here.

Do you write golf?

Sign up to TGSJ and join us in the “Golf Pro Writers” group. Can’t say too much nor make promises just yet, but big plans are afoot. Watch this space, that’s all I ask.  Will reveal more when I’m back from Lanzarote w/c 22nd October.

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7 Twitter Marketing Tips – via @JamesBlute

twitter marketing tips

twitter marketing tips

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7 practical Twitter marketing tips that really work.

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Part automated (the under the hood stuff) and part manual (the human interface stuff) this guy, James Blute, has genuinely put together a useful seven-step process for succeeding with Twitter.

If you’re an affiliate marketer of some renown or are simply looking to get into Internet marketing, trying out this process for the Tweet Adder thang (I signed up for it 2 years ago and wish I’d had a blueprint for Twitter success like this to go with it) you will start to make your first ripples, both at making money online and the precursor to that, becoming someone who builds a loyal following through trust.

The basic premise of the article is to help you find what you want from twitter if you’re looking at it from a marketing point of view, who to look for to follow, both as an influence on your business and to help identify a sales market on twitter and, as important as anything else, how to be aware of and keep up with the competition.

At first, the amount of people in the same boat as you will seem massive, but if you stick to one aim, don’t get distracted and follow your game-plan you will gradually pull away from the also rans to create both authority and, one would hope, a decent income.

I have printed this off – never having had a twitter game plan – check out my long-neglected Tweet Adder account and start applying, as of next week.

Read, share, enjoy.

TTFN, Thet Watson.

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The new home of DarrellSuper6

Ha-ha!  Welcome to the new home of DarrellSuper6.

It’s a bit late in the day for this season, as we’re in the penultimate round, but running the site on a Google site was a bit of a nightmare.

We used to be here:

It’s not  a bad little site, to be fair, it’s just the admin side of things, having to load everything in excel, then convert it to a google doc – too much hassle when there’s so much professional writing to do.

I never thought about it before, but I just used to change the page every week.  For next season, I’ll post the fixtures as a new blog-post, get the members of our league to follow, then they’ll have the fixtures fresh in their inbox every week – at least I’ll be getting some grease on the wheels of this little baby and not running around like a blue-arsed one at ten to three on a Saturday afternoon.  Da-dah!

So, let’s see how WordPress handles excel and pdf documents, then…

…okay – strange.

When I take a snapshot from a pdf and paste it into a post for the golf coach website I write for, it displays, like the post through the link just there.  That’s on a self-hosted site though, not on a WordPress-hosted site like this one.  Hmm, I’ll have to look into that.  Anyhoo, here’s the link to our predictions for this Sunday, the penultimate round of Gillette Soccer Saturday Super 6:

darrellsuper6 predictions 2011_12 – round 46

Micky D – click that link above, bud!!!

If we win, I think we may just stop in Costa Adeje a week or two longer.

Adios, amigos. xxx