Neil Patel On Tomorrows Net Income

by Jeremy Schoemaker on November 28, 2006 · 13 comments

Neil Patel On the 11-28-2006 episode of Net Income my guest will be Neil Patel. Neil is the CTO of Advantage Consulting Services and is quickly making a name in the internet marketing world with his extensive knowledge of social voting services. ACS is also rocking it with crazyegg.com. If you have not checked out crazyegg.com you need to. It will give you some really compelling stats about your website. Dont miss the show live 11-28-2006 at 5pm CST at webmasterradio.fm

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{ 9 comments }

1 Blue

Patel Rocks! He is the Digg Master! Nice Choice for guest

2 Hawaii SEO

Young & talented guy. I met him in Chicago last year and teased him about not being old enough to get into the parties.

Very cool and down to earth guy.

3 Andy Beal

Neil’s a cool guy, should be a fun show.

4 Andrew Kunkel

why is this crazyegg any better than google analtyics to make it worth a monthly fee?

5 ShoeMoney

we addressed just that during the show. When the podcast is posted tomorrow I will also include some urls

6 NSUSA

Darn it. Missed the show. Looking forward to get the podcast. I might even try the free option that crazyegg has. Thanks for bringing this to the show and your blog.

Christoph

7 John

Great show shoe! The podcast is already up on iTunes.

8 bill

CrazyEgg is pretty darn cool! Oddly.. I’m seeing connection attempts from my browser back to their server on port 1235 tcp when I’m ‘processing’ my test. Packet capture isn’t really telling me much. Anyone have idea why/what is this traffic? Anyone else notice this? My egress rules on my firewall caught this.. and I’m curious.

Thanks all
bill

9 Bryn Youngblut

I’m loving crazyegg, props.

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