For the last few days I've been busily at work on the e-book promised in the sidebar of my blog. The book is an attempt to document the 10 most important things that new Internet marketers should know. It hasn't been that long since I was new, and I distinctly remember being bewildered by the enormous amount of information available about making money online. I remember having a hard time even understanding all the words that were being used: squeeze page, WSO, WordPress, search engine optimization, post-slug, etc.
So, this eBook is an attempt to help those who come after me. I'm making some good progress on the eBook, and I'm trying hard to keep it under 20 pages.
I did get completely distracted today by something I discovered (I learned about it on the Internet Business Mastery podcast) called jott.com. jott.com is this really cool voice-recognition transcription and e-mail service available for free. Once you sign up for service with jott.com, you simply dial the toll-free jott number, specify to whom you wish to jott, and leave a message. The jott system then magically transcribes your voicemail and sends an e-mail to the specified person containing the text of your message.
It works surprisingly well. I was amazed.
As an extra bonus, jott supports connections to WordPress, twitter, and a dozen other tools. So, the next time you see a twitter from me in traffic, you can feel good knowing that I am using jot rather than typing and driving.
Best regards, Mark