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John Bristow

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Member Since: Thursday, July 29th, 2010

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I'm really passionate about web design and making money from online businesses. I live in the UK. I've spent a lot of time designing websites for other people and get a real buzz from helping people succeed.

 

Help Me Please (It will just take a second)

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

I cant view it through Google Chrome. If it were me I would just try embedding the Youtube code without the plugin to see if that works. If it doesn't then that's a pretty good indication its outside of your control.

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Word Press Plugins

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

You can literally get carried away with plugins, on some of my sites I have over 30 like James. W3 Total Cache is cool as it hooks into the Amazon cloud which makes it excellent for faster content delivery. Never had that issue with it though. I haven't used the hosting provided by Mark and Team so not sure if its related to that or not.

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Pls review my Seo site

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

I agree with what others say here, way too cluttered on the front page. There's a lot going on so its difficult to gain an immediate understanding of what this is all about. Perhaps the logo could match the domain name to give a bit of clarity? The forum looks good though.

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Is my first site any good?

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

If you want to start a newsletter series just sign-up to the affiliate section of the product you are promoting and they usually have articles in there that can be used for a newsletter series. In this case checkout http://www.magicofmakingup.com/affiliates2.html and fill out your email and the creator of the product sends you info, including...

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How does my site look?

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

I use Mailchimp and it is really good. Its free up to 2000 subscribers then you have to go for a paid model which compares pretty well to Aweber I think.

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Help Me Please (It will just take a second)

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

I cant view it through Google Chrome. If it were me I would just try embedding the Youtube code without the plugin to see if that works. If it doesn't then that's a pretty good indication its outside of your control.

Read Full Entry | 9 comments

Word Press Plugins

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

You can literally get carried away with plugins, on some of my sites I have over 30 like James. W3 Total Cache is cool as it hooks into the Amazon cloud which makes it excellent for faster content delivery. Never had that issue with it though. I haven't used the hosting provided by Mark and Team so not sure if its related to that or not.

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

Pls review my Seo site

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

I agree with what others say here, way too cluttered on the front page. There's a lot going on so its difficult to gain an immediate understanding of what this is all about. Perhaps the logo could match the domain name to give a bit of clarity? The forum looks good though.

Read Full Entry | 8 comments

Is my first site any good?

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

If you want to start a newsletter series just sign-up to the affiliate section of the product you are promoting and they usually have articles in there that can be used for a newsletter series. In this case checkout http://www.magicofmakingup.com/affiliates2.html and fill out your email and the creator of the product sends you info, including...

Read Full Entry | 13 comments

How does my site look?

18th February, 2011 - Posted by John Bristow

I use Mailchimp and it is really good. Its free up to 2000 subscribers then you have to go for a paid model which compares pretty well to Aweber I think.

Read Full Entry | 8 comments