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I Want To Be Like Mike

I was watching the brand new video from Mike Filsaime today, about his new course called Traffic Fusion. I think it will be launching on September 16th. But anyway, this post has nothing to do with Traffic Fusion really.

I probably don’t want to be like Mike (don’t get me wrong, probably nothing wrong with him), but I sure want an office like his (this is the first five seconds or so from the video):

Well, I want his 3 Apple Cinema Display’s and his MacBook Pro.

They would make my office look way cooler than today.

But if I was Mike (only for a few minutes) I would probably have tried to hide all the cords, they seem to be all over the place (LOL).



8 responses to “I Want To Be Like Mike”

  1. Caroline Middlebrook says:

    The same thing happened to me when I first started using StumbleUpon – I think its common amongst site owners 🙂

    The thing to do now is just focus on submitting and thumbing up other sites. Leave it a week and try submitting one of your own. If it doesn’t work, leave it another week and try again and so on. Mine did come back and now I submit / thumb my own very rarely and now I’m enjoying a steady stream of traffic.

  2. Jens says:

    Hi Caroline,

    Great. I will try the same as you, and submit and thumbing up other sites for a week.

    I am really looking forward to your course at StumbleRush.

  3. Wonder Abby says:

    I have been using stumbleupon for quite some time now, and I feel that I haven’t leveraged it for its full use for my blog traffic yet. I will start stumbling on other sites more often too, I’ll start by stumbling yours! Great blog! Thanks.

  4. Jens says:

    @Wonder Abby

    Thank you for your kind words, and thanks for the stumble. I need all the help I can get 🙂

  5. Tom Lindstrom says:

    I did the same mistake in the beginning.I guess you have to give in order to receive, stumble others blog posts and they will stumble yours.It seems to work quite well.(I stumbled and Dugg this post.)

  6. Jens says:

    I agree with you Tom, it’s important to be active at StumbleUpon (or every social network for that matter) if you are going to see some great numbers.

    Thank you for your voting!

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