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Sunday, October 09, 2005 

Dammit, Tomorrow is Monday


This weekend hasn't been long enough. The days fly by when I'm actually enjoying myself, then the weekend shows up. At least I got to get some stuff done this weekend.

I got to update http://www.skiptraceportal.com today, doing away with the skiptracing services (I've decided to keep the site going as a search engine only), and added a few links to some good books on Amazon. I also tidied it up a bit, and adjusted the Google AdSense ads. We'll see how that works out. If I can't keep up with it, I guess I'll end up selling it cheap, as I haven't received many more inquiries lately.

I also noticed some traffic increases to http://www.gjrealestate.net, which is good news. I'm hoping that it will get some exposure through http://www.westernslopeonline.com, and start taking off. I'm laying out a broader plan for marketing which I'll put into place soon.

Speaking of http://www.westernslopeonline.com, Saturday evening I had the opportunity to attend a book signing by Neal Boortz, who is a fantastic syndicated talk show host. He was in town signing copies of his book, "The FairTax Book", and I was able to get in with the press under Western Slope Online. See the pic above.

That was cool. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens with the FairTax.

Anyhow, I'm out for now. Happy Monday morning to y'all.

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