Monthly Archives: March 2009

New Service to Let Your Customers Set Their Own Appointments

Do you really want to get together with someone?  Have trouble with them calling, leaving voicemail and playing telephone tag?  Don’t want to have someone answer your phone and try and co-ordinate your calendars?

A new web site has popped up call Setster that allows you to let your clients, partners, employees and even your family co-ordinate their calendar with yours.

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Jeff Walker’s Program is Amazing

I’m going to have to get this guy on the show. I purchased his Product Launch Formula program and my wife, one of my daughters and I have been working through it. It’s amazing how much detail and true content there is there about how to create products that people want and how to sell them. Wow!

I’m not a affiliate of his (maybe I should be), but if you’d like to find out more about creating information products and selling them online you really need to follow Jeff Walker’s Blog !

I can’t think of any better advise for people who want to just make a few extra bucks through those who want to create an Internet empire…

Craig Peterson, the “High Tech Guru” is Finally on Twitter

My social Network on Flickr, Facebook, Twitter...

I’ve been debating if I should do it or not. I’ve had a hard time believing that people would be interested in getting details of anyone’s life — it seems kind of strange at best, but I’ve been talked into it.
There are a ton of reasons why anyone who is into marketing themselves should be on Twitter . One of my friends, Jeff Walker , recently convinced me of the importance of Twittering — not to mention FaceBook — so I’ve bit the bullet.

If you’d like to follow my tweets, go to my page at Twitter and follow along.  I’ll try to keep you up-to-date on the events in my life and you’ll get to know that I’m a real person after all :-)

First Robotics Competition Videos

Manchester, New Hampshire
We finally found the site where they’ve been hiding the videos that were taken at the FIRST competition.  Visit the Blue Alliance Web Site , where you’ll find archives of lots of games, including the Manchester, NH Regionals from February 28th at this link .

Overall, we had a great time at the event!  Thanks to all the people who visited us at the event and for your comments regarding our live broadcast.  We’re always looking for ways to improve things for next year!

If you have any comments about our coverage, send me a note via craig at craigpeterson.com and let me know what you think!