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Advertise On LifeDev

Advertising at LifeDev is set up completely with the PeopleJam Ad Network. These great guys can work just about anything out with you. Here are the current statistics on LifeDev:

Subscribers (feed and email)

Pageviews
April 2008: 93, 184

Visitors
April 2008: 65,884

If you’re still interested in starting a campaign, contact the good people at PeopleJam. They’ll get you started right away.

Thanks!

Glen

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Kevin Kirkpatrick January 20, 2009 at 9:10 pm

Hi Glen,
You've got so many cool projects going on that I'm sure you very very busy. If you can't write anything back, I understand. I am trying to learn about how to sponsor a contest. Do you have any quick suggestions? It is for a printing company. Is it best to just email bloggers and say “hey, if you want to have a contest we can sponsor it. We can provide you with 2000 free business cards!”. Would I need to set anything up my printing company's site?

On another note (the GTD side of things), I just signed up for jott.com and love it. Have you tried it? I saw David Allen recommended it on lifehacker. I'm also trying Youmail which is another cool VM/Transcription tool.

Anyways, if you have time, any tips or guidance from you would be great, and I'd follow them for sure.

Thanks,

Kevin

Kevin Kirkpatrick January 21, 2009 at 2:10 am

Hi Glen,
You've got so many cool projects going on that I'm sure you very very busy. If you can't write anything back, I understand. I am trying to learn about how to sponsor a contest. Do you have any quick suggestions? It is for a printing company. Is it best to just email bloggers and say “hey, if you want to have a contest we can sponsor it. We can provide you with 2000 free business cards!”. Would I need to set anything up my printing company's site?

On another note (the GTD side of things), I just signed up for jott.com and love it. Have you tried it? I saw David Allen recommended it on lifehacker. I'm also trying Youmail which is another cool VM/Transcription tool.

Anyways, if you have time, any tips or guidance from you would be great, and I'd follow them for sure.

Thanks,

Kevin