New Webmaster Product Currently Being Developed

May 22, 2006 on 10:31 am | In General | No Comments

I’ve been working for the last 2 months on some software that will help webmasters and internet marketers in particular produce more sales and make their websites easier to develop.

I can’t believe how much work goes into making a product. This is why soooo many people just don’t do it.

As an example of my own. I desperately wanted to write an ebook with my wife for the Underachiever 30daychallenge in July last year. We got 1/2 way and never made it happen.

We surveyed and collated and got an angle on the book. We worked out in point form what should be covered. We even recorded some audio about it in an effort to get it off the ground. Never happened.

It’s still there so I will pick it up as my second product after I get through with this software as my first.

It truely is exciting to be finally moving towards a product launch.

I’ll elaborate on the project more as the launch moves closer, it’s very close now.


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Disable Windows native ZIP support

May 9, 2006 on 4:11 pm | In General | 2 Comments

I’ve just done a complete re-install on my machine due to a motherboard going to computer heaven after a storm last month.

Needless to say I’m configuring Windows to the way I like it again, and Windows XP’s native ZIP support where it thinks ZIP files are folders really gets up my nose.

ZIP files are archives, and should be treated as such, not like folders. You notice the difference when you have lots of ZIP files in a folder, and Windows Explorer just chokes while it’s looking into all of them.

To disable this painfull feature of Windows XP do this (you’ll thank me later).

Start, Run, and type this “regsvr32 /u zipfldr” (without the quotes) and hit enter.

To enable them again (for whatever reason) Start, Run, and “regsvr32 zipfldr”

Of course this is assuming that you have a 3rd party ZIP program like, WinRAR or WinZIP


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Does Copywriting Work On eBay?

May 5, 2006 on 2:34 pm | In Marketing | 2 Comments

It’s been awhile since I’ve sold on eBay, so I’ve used my fledgling copywriting skills to test out a different way of doing eBay listings than the majority of listings.

The telling of stories to sell the product, is always mentioned by the gurus. Check it out.

The average price for one of these is $50, so I’ll wait to see what this one goes for.

I got a bid in the first 4 visits of the page, which was nice.


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