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A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by mikeseaton on Wed 23 Apr 2014, 9:01 pm



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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by mikeseaton on Wed 23 Apr 2014, 9:12 pm

Justin has already formed his own publishing company - Murray-Hayward Limited.

Got to wish him well in his entrepreneurial endeavours !

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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by Poseidon on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 4:21 am

mikeseaton wrote:Justin has already formed his own publishing company - Murray-Hayward Limited.

Got to wish him well in his entrepreneurial endeavours !

Time to leave TEL!
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by TelBlogger on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 5:55 am

His leaving or working less on .tel could only be good for .tel IMO. He always reminded me of a political officer, just talk and no real substance or ideas of merit IMO.
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by GoTel on Thu 24 Apr 2014, 7:24 pm

At least he was smart enough to use a Telname for the Book, could you imagine an old .tel that looks as bad as Justin.tel for the book promotion? OUCH, now that would be a double disaster for sure!
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by Toptel on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 3:11 am

GoTel wrote:At least he was smart enough to use a Telname for the Book, could you imagine an old .tel that looks as bad as Justin.tel for the book promotion? OUCH, now that would be a double disaster for sure!

With his Telname he'll be able to find out the bad SEO ability of .tel domains from Telnames.
It'll be a good lesson for him.
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by TelBlogger on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 7:28 am

Toptel wrote:
GoTel wrote:At least he was smart enough to use a Telname for the Book, could you imagine an old .tel that looks as bad as Justin.tel for the book promotion? OUCH, now that would be a double disaster for sure!

With his Telname he'll be able to find out the bad SEO ability of .tel domains from Telnames.
It'll be a good lesson for him.

Lol! Nice one. He will find out pretty quickly that his .tel is SEO garbage unless he has lots of links pointing to it. But a .com would have been better. His site looks pretty good for a .tel I have to say. But the video of the large moving anus is a little off-putting.

It is a real indictment of Telnic that they didn't make these features available to the many investors with the other kind of .tel who are now dropping domains in bulk. What were they thinking? Or not!
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by supercyberheroes on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 9:44 am

So I am going to promote my supercyberheroes book in the same way
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by TelBlogger on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 10:29 am

What is your book about?
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by supercyberheroes on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 12:58 pm

TelBlogger wrote:What is your book about?
2 children super masters in computer that with 2 cryptography codes can go inside the cyberworld and fight with virus, spyware, malware etc, is in Spanish only. on sale at lulu and amazon UK and amazon USA

Just go to google and click supercyberheroes.

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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by Toptel on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 1:25 pm

supercyberheroes wrote:So I am going to promote my supercyberheroes book in the same way

I would recommend registering a .com instead.
By inserting lots of content you'll be able to reach good search engine positions for targeted keywords.
And .com isn't more expensive!
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by GoTel on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 4:21 pm

TelBlogger wrote:
Toptel wrote:
GoTel wrote:At least he was smart enough to use a Telname for the Book, could you imagine an old .tel that looks as bad as Justin.tel for the book promotion? OUCH, now that would be a double disaster for sure!

With his Telname he'll be able to find out the bad SEO ability of .tel domains from Telnames.
It'll be a good lesson for him.

Lol! Nice one. He will find out pretty quickly that his .tel is SEO garbage unless he has lots of links pointing to it. But a .com would have been better. His site looks pretty good for a .tel I have to say. But the video of the large moving anus is a little off-putting.

It is a real indictment of Telnic that they didn't make these features available to the many investors with the other kind of .tel who are now dropping domains in bulk. What were they thinking? Or not!

Your both so brilliant, so let's get this straight:

It's better to have a hundred people find an old .tel and laugh hysterically, then to have 10 people look at your Telname and buy your book.

GENIUSES! Ha Ha!
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by Boracay on Fri 25 Apr 2014, 9:05 pm

Looks pretty good.
No question of the ease in which to create a good looking simplified web presence with telnames.

The integrated handling of the pictures, background, logo, and image ad is particularly wonderful on iPhone and iPad apps. It's a critical component that simplifies the bringing together of a web presence with domain integrated.

Dilemma for those of us with developed pro.tel waiting on that integration.


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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by mikeseaton on Sat 26 Apr 2014, 7:00 am

Boracay wrote:Looks pretty good.
No question of the ease in which to create a good looking simplified web presence with telnames.

The integrated handling of the pictures, background, logo, and image ad is particularly wonderful on iPhone and iPad apps. It's a critical component that simplifies the bringing together of a web presence with domain integrated.

Dilemma for those of us with developed pro.tel waiting on that integration.

All the evidence says "IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN !"

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Post by TelBlogger on Sat 26 Apr 2014, 2:38 pm

@GoTel you make me laugh you are so thick. Like two planks. 

@MikeSeaton yes agree with: not going to happen.

All pro .tel investors have been screwed with Telnames functions not available in CP. Which is why investors should have no faith whatsoever in anything Telnic say or do ever again. They deliberated screwed all pro .tel investors and they have no credibility whatsoever IMO. To shaft active customers like this is so unbelievable you have to pinch yourself to know you aren't dreaming it.

Not only did they screw their customers they also screwed the registries that sold .tels. Registries that had gone through a lot with the whole CP function process. 

Personally I have never heard of a company setting out to destroy its own customer base before. And then to find out one of their executive turkeys has been writing what appears to be some crappy novel (IMO) while the company goes from bad to worse leaves me speechless honestly.
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Post by Toptel on Sun 27 Apr 2014, 5:50 am

I agree with you 100 %.

TelBlogger wrote:Not only did they screw their customers they also screwed the registries that sold .tels. Registries that had gone through a lot with the whole CP function process.

Only one small correction:
Telnic is the registry for .tel domains.
When talking about registries you mean the registrars.
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Post by TelBlogger on Sun 27 Apr 2014, 6:46 am

Thanks for correction.
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Post by Boracay on Sun 27 Apr 2014, 9:00 am

Why does that matter?


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Post by TelBlogger on Sun 27 Apr 2014, 9:14 am

What?
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Post by GoTel on Sun 27 Apr 2014, 10:19 am

Boracay wrote:Looks pretty good.
No question of the ease in which to create a good looking simplified web presence with telnames.

The integrated handling of the pictures, background, logo, and image ad is particularly wonderful on iPhone and iPad apps. It's a critical component that simplifies the bringing together of a web presence with domain integrated.

Dilemma for those of us with developed pro.tel waiting on that integration.

Good to see an honest, objective analysis ... well put.
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Re: A good example of how to use a Telnames .tel for product promotion

Post by mikeseaton on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 12:55 pm

Justin's promo site at http://TheLuckParticle.tel does a good job BUT there is one improvement that could be made re the integration of the PayPal payment screen.

As it stands the book purchaser has to click "Terms and Conditions" to get instructions about how to provide their address for despatch and the dedication name/message.

So much slicker (and avoids the danger of someone not clicking the T&C) if this infofrmation could be entered as part of the PayPal form.

Do PayPal allow such a Free Text area to be presented as part of their payment form ?

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Post by mikeseaton on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 1:44 pm

One more suggestion:

Telnames need to stop their system using %20 as a display character for space in PDF URLs as shown below from the PDF link on http://TheLuckParticle.tel

DOWNLOAD THE FIRST 3 CHAPTERS FREE NOW!
img.telnames.com/.../The%20Luck%20Particle%20Pr...

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mikeseaton wrote:As it stands the book purchaser has to click "Terms and Conditions" to get instructions about how to provide their address for despatch and the dedication name/message.

So much slicker (and avoids the danger of someone not clicking the T&C) if this infofrmation could be entered as part of the PayPal form.

Do PayPal allow such a Free Text area to be presented as part of their payment form ?

I'm going to answer my own post queries (as far as using a debit or credit card for payment goes).

The Shipping Address is not displayed as an input field on the PayPal form since this is ticked to be the same as Billing Address - presumably this could be presented unticked if you wanted to ensure the buyer considered whether to enter this.

There is an "Add" link which when clicked on the PayPal form opens up a Free Text area entitled "Note to Seller" (max 255 characters).

If I was Justin I would get the buyer to use this for the Dedication Name/Message - so much easier than tying up seperate email correspondence with PayPal orders - especially if the book starts selling in any real quantity !

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Post by mikeseaton on Mon 28 Apr 2014, 2:18 pm

One message comes across LOUD & CLEAR from Justin's promo site at http://TheLuckParticle.tel

If you want to sell a new book - or any new product - you need to sell via as many established distribution channels as possible !

So WHY do Telnames REFUSE to let Telnic's 133 Registrars sell their single-page style of .tel ?

THERE IS A MARKETING LESSON HERE THAT TELNAMES COULD LEARN FROM JUSTIN HAYWARD !

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Post by Toptel on Sat 03 May 2014, 6:26 pm

Information for all people wondering why Justin K. Hayward has no time for Telnic in recent years anymore:

Justin Hayward has worked in the creative and marketing industry for nearly twenty years. This has included teaching Kate Moss to hum a traditional Japanese song for an advert for an iced, sugared milk tea drink in a can. It has also included writing speeches for the president of Sony Europe for the Rory Peck awards. And writing a Pantomime for the staff of Microsoft UK to perform in front of a mob of unruly tech media. More recently, he has been seen as a zombie in Cockneys vs Zombies, a priest in Still Life, and a product manager at DEMO Fall in San Diego.

Justin now lives in East Sussex with his wife and works in an internet technology company in London. He managed to graduate with a BA in English and Philosophy from the University of Leeds, more years ago than he can care to remember.

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