Post Valentine’s Videndum

Yahoo gets back to business on Tuesday and buys Maven Networks for $160 million, Maven sells a system that embeds advertisements into videos.

Rick Latona’s blog is live, Rick intends to sell premium domains fast and cheap!

At the end of every URL and email address is a top-level domain (TLD). Although .com is the world’s most popular TLD there are more than 260 TLDs in use. See the bigger picture over at ByteLevel

Top 20 websites run by people under 30 with impressive turnovers!
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What makes a super affiliate, 3.5 million a month anyone?

In a valentine’s stylee try Speed Dating for a game and see how quick you can score, I’m glad I’m not single judging by my performance, loser!

Microsoft have money burning a whole in their pocket and it looks like if they can’t get Yahoo they go shopping elsewhere

Another youngster making a nice bit of money is Donny Ouyang, read the interview with him over on Internet Entrepreneurs.

Chris Brogan has done a great post about time management which I reckon contains a number of ideas we’ll all find useful (found via Pro Blogger).

About Scott Jones

Scott hails from the north east of Scotland and started earning online at the end of 2000 building websites for local businesses during which time he won an award from Lord Alan Sugar for Excellence in Enterprise. After having quite a bit of success with domaining Scott mainly runs educational evergreen websites which generate over 3 million visitors per month but is always on the lookout for a fresh thinking out of the box way to turn a buck. Follow on Twitter.

Comments

  1. “Rick intends to sell premium domains fast and cheap!”

    Iran.com is listed at SEDO for $300.000 ..a pure bargain .. :))

  2. Looks like I’ll never make the top young enterpreneur list… Missed it by a couple of years (and a few millions)

  3. Darn, I guess my couple hundred dollars per month doesn’t make me a super affiliate then

  4. Regarding the Chinese youngster, I get the impression his dad had a lot to do with this and not all by hemself.

  5. Hi Scott,
    Some interesting items. Chris Brogan’s time management piece “Scaling Yourself” resonated with me. The demands on ones time come from all directions – work, family, friends etc., – and it is a balancing act to juggle them all. Chris makes some excellent points – like saying no with kindness. It’s not easy and people react as they are not used to you ever saying know, but there are times when you must prioritise and put yourself first. Self discipline and focus are also required. It is easy to get distracted online and jump from pillar to post without getting any real work done. However, there is nothing more frustrating and disappointing than failing to achieve the goals you set out for yourself on a particular day. Using automation and outsourcing intelligently can dramatically improve time management and give greater freedom. This is an area some people feel uncomfortable with, but with products like James Brausch’s Freedom Business System available to guide you through the process, why limit yourself. Chris mentioned that he found time by not watching TV. Incidentally, James Brausch doesn’t have a TV, manages his time very effectively, is a very successful marketer and has the most valuable commodity of all – freedom! Which goes to prove, that effective time management is not a myth, it can be achieved. I guess it is down to how badly each one of us wants it. Enjoyed your site Scott. Looking forward to more gems.

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