February 21, 2006
In October I created my AdSense Preview Tool, mainly because I wanted to practice my Reg Ex skills. I've gotten much better at it now, and have used it to develop many other tools for my own private use. Reg Ex is great, if you are programming screen scraping type applications you can really cut down on the amount of code yo need to get stuff done.
February 19, 2005
I've taken a quick dive into the world of password protection for rss feeds. My first attempt was simply to see if it could be done.
My end result is not that amazing, but now I know at least I know it's possible. However, there's a long way to go before it's of any use to anyone. In the long run, I'd like to see this as something that can be used to manage a subscription based blog or podcast.
The demo is posted at http://www.technobloggie.com/password-protected-rss.php
Let me know what you think
February 11, 2005
For the past few weeks I've been working on a Google keyword estimate tool. The main reason for developing this was to get comfortable with the new Google AdWords API that was just recently released.
As I started playing around with the code, I realized that I could actually turn this into a useful tool that I could use to speed up my keyword research process.
After some testing, I felt it was finally good enough to share with others. However, I've limited the functionality a bit. So right now, users can only enter one keyword at a time. The version I use allows me to upload my keywords in bulk, and have the processed results emailed to me in CSV format. I then use excel to slice and dice the data help me decide what course of action to take.
The version that I currently have
January 16, 2005
I posted this welcome title a while ago, but now I finally have time to put some content here.
My name is Nana Gilbert-Baffoe. I've been online since around 1996 and started doing Internet marketing around the late half of 1999. I never really got serious into this until 2003. I don't consider myself to be a newbie, but I'm not a guru either.
I know I have a lot to learn in this field, but also have a lot to share. I hope to build this site into a useful resource for Internet marketers of all skill levels. I encourage comments and feedback at all times. So don't be afraid to jump in with your comments.