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Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Today I am going to review a product called Multi Profit Websites, this is a combination product dreamed up by John Thornhill and Dave Nicholson and their development team. I must say from the off, this site was one of the most impressive sites I have ever come across in a long time. The shear usability sold it for me right away. Now how much do you think it would cost to get your own website built and maintained by a website support company? Not for what this site costs I can tell you! The price tag is very very small to what you would pay in comparison.
Anyway enough about the pricing of the site, lets get down to the business end of this site and what you can actually achieve with it. Now when you first upload the website to your webspace (with the help of the in-depth online videos I might add) you can immediately see in the personal website control panel that your options are extensive to say the least. The amount of customisable options is virtually limitless. You have the ability to add your own SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), choose your own passwords to login to the site, setup your eBay shop (if you have one) if not simply remove the option, you can affiliate any eBay product you wish from any eBay in the world, use Amazon, Clickbank, Pay Dot Com, or simply use your own content by using the easy edit HTML builder which is so simple to use.
There are a host of affiliate sites you can use if you want to too, these includes Amazon, Google, Clickbank, Pay Dot Com and eBay, so if you want to simply use your site to promote products you can. With MPW (Multi Profit Websites) versatility is key as there is very little you can’t do. For example, if your business is flowers you can use a custom banner and footer, add your payment buttons and you’re ready to go. There are sections all over the site which you can edit as your own, add your own links and pages as you see fit. Like I said it so versatile you can do almost anything you like with the site. You could actually build as new site everyday with a different niche and have hundreds of sites online earning you an affiliate income of you don’t have an exact business, the guys provide you with a ton of fresh content articles to use as your own. They even have RSS feed to create content on your site so you don’t even have to write anything if you don’t want to. This really is turn key at it’s best if you want it that way.
John and Dave have thought of everything for this site from the business user to the affiliate marketer, it can be used in any business environment from building a kitchen to building a subscriber base it’s that versatile.
This is hands down one of the greatest products I have in my collection and I know I will use it as a template from now and for a long time to come. If I ever need a website quick then I have it on tap and ready to go in 20 minutes.
Multi Profit Websites has my Personal Seal of Approval - My name endorsesment is in the link!
Why are you still reading BUY IT NOW!
Thanks for reading.
M. R. Lawrence
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Stimulus checks went to a few hundred practicing inmates, er, no, it was about a thousand ... well all right, we’re up to 2,200 very stimulated inmates.
The nation’s prison economies are in an absolute boom cycle.
What self-respecting, mobily-challenged, serving convict needs cigarettes to trade on the inside anymore?
Wait, this just in ... How many more?
M. R. Lawrence / Midday
Monday, August 24, 2009
Now that Bernie Madoff, who took peoples’ money, has been diagnosed with incurable pancreatic cancer, will any advocates now say he is a candidate for humanitarian release, as was the Lockerbie, Scotland Pa Am bomber who took peoples’ lives?
M. R. Lawrence / Midday
Friday, August 21, 2009
As questions on Midday’s Domain Names August Liquidation Sale have been coming in the posts of unrelated news and comment subjects elsewhere on the Midday Forum, this post will be the new catch-all for all inquiries, clarifications, and information on acquiring domain names, hosting, setting up websites, secure servers, merchant shopping carts, SEO search engine optimization, marketing, traffic generation, design & layout and, i.e. all things to do with a formal and successful personal, family and business presence on the internet.
To begin, surf to our domain, website, email portal at http://ValUNames.com ( http://Midday.biz will also get you there) and familiarize yourself with the various subjects we call e-commerce.
A basic domain name and personal or family web site address (they’re one and the same) will not require all the bells and whistles available at ValUNames.com.
Midday domain names offered for sale as Premium Domain Names are presently listed at http://ValUName.com (single tense), and when clicked will bring you to their respective domain parking page at the SEDO website auction portal. An asking or firm price will be offered when scrolling down on the right to “... owner may have this for sale ...” and then clicking to open the pricing page.
Presently our top 3 Midday Premium Domain Names with visit stats for August were:
VIEWS - DOMAIN - ADDRESS - PRICE
257 - Bookeman.com - http://Bookeman.com - $850 Asking
248 - TheTweeter.com - http://TheTweeter.com - 7590 Asking
238 - AdsenseCart.com - http://AdsenseCart.com - $950 Asking
Bookeman would make an ideal book, ebook, music reseller site.
The Tweeter would make a great Twitter news style website using English script for the title.
Adsense Cart would make an authoritative blog name for an adsense / adwords guru.
Just using the domain name search bar at http://Midday.biz might turn up a gem of a name or two for a basic low price budget.
Use your imagination and go for a YourName.com or .net, or .biz, or .us ...
So now, let’s have some questions.
Class has begun.
MRL / Midday
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Karen_31557: I am outraged the Lockerbie bomber got released. Where was HIS compassion when he blew 259 ppl out of the air? 11 on the ground also died.
apreciadahabbo: Families outraged Lockerbie bomber's released: Victims' family members and advocates are grieving anew as the on.. http://bit.ly/TfAuE
CuchulainnCharl: Families outraged Lockerbie bomber's released http://is.gd/2qH5s
tourscotland: A long day in Scotland. Don't know why the Lockerbie Bomber was released from Scotland. We Scots may never know the "real" reason. Politics.
botnewsrss: Terminally ill Lockerbie bomber lands in Libya: A Scottish court Thursday released convicted Lockerbie bomber Ab.. http://bit.ly/2VIxAB
B_Rok: Lockerbie bomber released and is greeted & cheered back home? this is sick & wrong. these ppl REALLY dont like us. http://tinyurl.com/mn6st7
Mimsii: My sentiments exactly! RT @Golden_Lady: I can't believe they have released the Lockerbie, Scotland bomber because he's dying of cancer. ...
r__stevenson: www.100kin6mth.com Families outraged Lockerbie bomber's released: Victims' family members and .. http://bit.ly/q8d9j
Golden_Lady: I can't believe they have released the Lockerbie, Scotland bomber because he's dying of cancer. Let that fool die in JAIL! #injustice
testekleez: @StellaInger I think Scotland needs to get rid of Macaskill. Bomber shouldn't even be breathing right now to have been released IMO.
1stNewsHeds: CNN: Families outraged Lockerbie bomber's released
patrowe: Lockerby bomber was released from prison on "compassion" grounds because of prostate cancer- I don't get it
ferryman72: Kenny MacAskill: SHAME ON YOU!! http://bit.ly/jXCfy #lockerbie #terrorist #bomber #released
tgardner: Oh, now it's Obama's fault that the 103 bomber was released? #TwitterCranks
StellaInger: Pan am 103 bomber released from jail in Scottland cause he's terminally ill. Can't believe it. What do u think?
91maan90: Terminally ill Lockerbie bomber lands in Libya: A Scottish court Thursday released convicted Lockerbie bomber Ab.. http://bit.ly/kfMEM
testekleez: Pan Am bomber released. Macaskill has lost his friggin' mind (never had one probably). Bomber should have been executed anyways.
mdowd: Wow, lockerbie bomber released from prison: http://bit.ly/6WOR3
News10Now: HEADLINE: Lockerbie bomber released from prison: It was an attack that signaled a new era in terrorism... http://bit.ly/RWW8Q
ShawnONeal: Dying Lockerbie bomber released: http://tiny.cc/WeupU. Sad thing - his last wish is to see Michael Jackson in concert.Text
Barack Obama recently said, "I think private insurers should be able to compete...I mean. If you think about it, UPS and FedEx are doing just fine. It's the Post Office that's always having problems."
The President is acknowledging what Republicans have been saying all along: That the private sector does a better job offering choices and delivering services to customers in a competitive and cost effective manner than a government-run monopoly.
But Obama and liberal Democrats in Congress are pushing for a government-run health care scheme that is inefficient, limits choices and hemorrhages taxpayer money like the Post Office.
Two weeks ago, the Post Office was called a "high risk" federal agency by the Government Accountability Office. The Post Office will have a $7 billion operating loss this year. So what makes the President, Nancy Pelosi and their left-wing allies think that government bureaucracy can run health care better than the private sector?
Michael Steele, Chairman
Republican National Committee
To watch and listen to Congressman Barney Frank as he goes into a constituent heave-ho and heave-to at a Dartmouth, Massachusetts health care town meeting, is a real eye and ear opener. A young woman clutching an Obama photo doctored with a Hitler moustache attempts a question to which Frank answers with a question, "What planet are you from?"
He goes on to say that he would get nowhere talking with her as he might as well be talking to a wooden table. And so the tenor of the congressional August recess has been set; dialogue is out, bullying is the tour de’ force for both sides. The health care debate will have to wait for the entrance of only like-minded advocates to discuss, demure, and agree. These are not your mom’s and pop’s town meetings to rationally discuss opposing viewpoints.
And so goes the great American health care debate in small town meeting venues across the nation.
Senator Specter has to intervene between jostling opponents in Pennsylvania.
A Georgia congressman has a swastika painted by unknown health care opponents on his district office sign.
People want clarification. President Obama says the "public option" is off the table. A day later, one of his appointees, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, says it isn’t so.
Are "Death Panels" a part of the government package? Will people behind Washington desks eventually dictate who is to receive medical care based on age, infirmary, and degree of illness or injury? The health care promoters say "nonsense", but democrats, republicans, and independents wonder. There are no undecided among the elderly on this point. Is a form of federal medical triage in the future, much like the treatment sometimes given today in overwhelmed emergency rooms?
The democrats are seriously considering a go-alone move, exclusive of Republican input, and in disregard from the concerns of some fellow democrats as well, that would push the heath care program into law on a bare bones voting majority.
Associated Press reports that the health care consumer confidence index compiled by the non-partisan Robert Wood Foundation has slipped 5 percentage points; among seniors on Medicare, the drop is double at 10.4 points.
To be sure, there are some much-needed features in President Obama’s health care proposal: barring insurance companies from denying coverage because of pre-existing conditions; halting the ending of benefits when policyholders become ill or injured, and including provisions to ease small businesses toward covering workers.
The once-touted universal coverage of the administration has morphed into a 38 million would receive benefits out of the 46 million uninsured. So, the question begs as to why all the change, upset and expenditure when 10 million are still going to be left out in the cold?
And of course there’s still that hush-hush administration deal that got pharmaceutical companys’ health care support in a deal exchange for leaving the present domestic prescription pricing structure in place.
Will Americans still find it illegal to purchase the same prescription medications available for import at much lower costs from other countries like Canada?
Better not ask Barney Frank unless you want an eye and ear-opening, "What planet are you from?"
M. R. Lawrence / Midday
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
By Jessie Jones
Keep it clean with the Arse Face Soap from Find Me A Gift
We all know the situation. You stagger out of bed in the morning, into the bathroom and wash your face, trying to wake up before the dreaded trek to work! But how do you know what soap you've been using and where? No one wants the cross contamination of beastly bacteria all over your freshly cleaned face. Well, Find Me A Gift has the solution. The Arse Face Soap makes sure you never need to worry about where your soap has been!
This lightly scented soap can be used to cleanse from top to bottom! With the clever labelling, there will no longer be any confusion or cross contamination. It's even aptly colour coded as well; the brown side is used for your `ARSE' whilst the white side is for your `FACE'. Clear and simple, there is now no excuse for incomplete bodily hygiene! This practical soap will keep you amused every time you use it and measuring W 9cm x H 5.5cm x D 2.8cm, it is the perfect size to use in the shower every morning. Why not have one for the hand basin too? It can be used all over the body and face (obviously as it is labelled appropriately
Suitable for all ages, it is a perfect novelty gift for anyone, especially those hygiene fanatics and those who would cringe at the idea of contamination (well who wouldn't?!). Get to the bottom of these hygiene horrors with the Arse Face Soap. Bacteria is inescapable, whether it is lurking in your loo or basking in your bath, but this soap will lend a helping hand in ensuring you stay clean and fresh all day long!
But why stop there? It's no good ensuring your body has avoided all contamination, to then come out of the shower and use a towel when you have no idea where it's been! Combine the Arse Face Soap with another ideal and practical gift.the Arse Face Towel! This towel follows a similar colour theme and also carries the two clearly labelled and colour coded sections. Once again, there will never be any confusion as to which part of the towel should be used and where! This is a hygienic and humorous way to keep you organised and made from 100% cotton, it is any dirty dudes duty to have one!
Measuring approximately 1 meter in length x 57 cm in width, it is the perfect size for any guy looking to ensure his hygiene is kept spic and span. Again perfect as a novelty gift for any hygiene freak, or for anyone looking to keep their hygiene more organised. These cleverly designed comforters are a must for any bathroom!
Jessie Jone’s Arse Face Soap and matching towel are available online at - http://www.find-me-a-gift.co.uk/gifts-for-men/personal-gift/arse-face-soap.html ... Really!
Reprinted From - http://www.isnare.com/?aid=397890&ca=Opinions
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
I'm happy to report that a number of Midday sites are back online after paying some of the hosting fees that fund the servers required for downloading content to your computer for viewing.
On matters of gardening, http://Plantwhispers.com has much to offer.
Energy options for achieving oil independence are covered on http://OilSanity.com
Easy listening is back up at http://Midday.FM and for a neat internet AM/FM radio tuner, go to http://MiddayRadio.com
For the latest video news on the country's Stimulus Plan, http://StimulThis.com is the place to go.
A popular visit is to http://BayHACK.com for All Things eBay.
Try out http://MiddayMOBI.com for your Blackberry, iPhone, Smartphone, PDA viewing.
http://ValUName.com has some great premium domain name deals that are cut rate offers to offset some of our financing shortfall.
That's it for the moment.
More volunteer funding would help get some of our other sites up and running again.
A dollar here, a dollar there ...
MRL / Midday
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
The national mood on a new healthcare system is in chronic need of a timely injection of new enthusiasm and confidence among the electorate.
Requiring funding of one trillion dollars of unknown origin, during uncertain economic times, has depressed the motivation for redesigning the country's entrenched healthcare infrastructure, a definite reversal trend in supportive public opinion which had swept an inspired nation during the presidential election.
To be sure, the President is out to accomplish just the kind of turnabout in public opinion on the sagging healthcare issue with a renewed enthusiatic infusion of confidence, much in the manner which got him elected. But the good folks in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, who came to hear President Obama on the matter at hand, were muted in their cross-section response, but at least in a decidedly attentive and civil manner.
Not so lucky with Republican turned Democrat, Senator Arlen Specter, who had to physically intervene between two jostling constituents in a Pennsylvania town hall meeting. The crowd was decidedly boisterous and, well, pushy.
And there was the extreme from the fringes for Georgia Representative David Scott whose district office sign was painted over with a swastika, an act which the congressman says is showing a hateful and racist element emerging on the issue of healthcare.
So where does everyone proceed from here during the nation's August recess?
Do Americans support healthcare less now?
M. R. Lawrence
Thursday, July 30, 2009
We're out of short term cash, so the long term is that we're out of gas, so to speak, which in our venacular means we're out of news, your news and my news.
Sorry, but that's the bad news. You may have noticed about 80% of our sites are down at the moment.
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