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Our goals in 2013 …

This January has already given us 7 full days to get back on track, and — boy oh boy — we did. We’re already running “full steam”, and I think it shows!

We have exceeded our wilders expectations in 2012, heck, we exceeded everyone’s wildest expectations. It’s been a crazy ride but — bottom line — we were able to do a lot of good, help a lot of people, and I couldn’t be happier than I am.

Our business has grown just a bit over 460% in 2012 alone. Our team has roughly doubled in size.

It’s probably wishful thinking to expect something like this for the 2013 as well. We now have the number 1 most popular article spinning software in this market — which means it’s impossible to keep up with the 460% annual growth. But it doesn’t mean we can’t make something incredible out of Spin Rewriter in terms of quality. Rest assured, we’re working crazy hard on making it even better. That’s what drives us every day!

And there’s more … In 2013, we’re taking our efforts to help you to the next level. We’ll be rolling out another software product that will simply eliminate all the tedious work you have to do — it will even come up with amazing ideas to improve your business, all on its own. With a bit of luck and a TON of hard work, I’m sure we’ll be able to make things much easier for you in 2013 — and much MUCH more profitable.

Stay tuned — I’m sure 2013 is going to be amazing. Not (just) for us — but for all our users!

Aaron 😀


I just posted a cool SEO guide ;)

I decided to write down a couple of cool SEO tips & tricks that have helped me tremendously in the past – and I’m quite certain that they will help you too! 😀

You can see the SEO guide here, free of charge – it’s my gift to the marketing community: 😉

Enjoy! 😀


This time *we* are learning new stuff

It’s not always just Spin Rewriter that does the learning around here … At the moment practically the whole team is on a business trip to California where we’re discovering new things both on the “natural language machine processing” front as well as the “general internet marketing” front. Only this way we can keep on bringing game-changing new products to the market, and make sure our users are more than satisfied.

Even though we’re out of the office, we’re still doing our very best to ensure that our user support stays more than satisfactory. We’ll do everything we can to always respond to all support tickets as quickly as possible – you probably won’t even notice that we’re out of the office.

So, everybody – have a great time, we’re doing quite okay as well. 😀


Accounting for Computer Scientists

I’ve been reading (the very rare) posts by a “software craftsman” (as he calls himself) named Martin Kleppmann for a while now, and yesterday he wrote an ingenius post about accounting. If you’re in the same position I was in a couple years ago – I was a freshly baked computer scientist who just started a company and all the accounting jargon left me thoroughly confused – you might find this really invaluable.

So, head over to his blog and read his guide to accounting for computer scientists. It’s brilliant. 🙂


$1,000,000 a year – how difficult is that, really?

If you haven’t heard of David Heinemeier Hansson yet, you should check out the presentation he gave at Startup School ’08. It’s an amazingly motivational video and it got me thinking …

If you want to earn $1,000,000 a year, you only need 2,000 subscribers for your $40-a-month service. How difficult is it really to get 2,000 users for your high quality online service? Well, 2,000 people is .00011765% of people who use the internet. In other words, you need to have one paying subscriber in every city with 850,000 residents. Seems doable? 🙂


Okay, I give up – here’s my blog!

As many of you already know, I’ve been more than active in the online business for the last couple of years (has it really been 4 years already?!), but I was always simply posting comments to existing blogs of our projects / products / services, commenting on marketing and web-dev forums, and I never had my own blog.

Over the time, there were so many fellow internet marketers asking me to start a blog to write down my thoughts and code tutorials etc. that I eventually had to give it a thought. And here it is. Aaron’s blog about internet business in general, business principles, inspiration, search engine optimization, marketing, revenue generation and LOTS of code.

I hope you like it! 😉

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