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This is a series of blogs, written with the goal to give you more insight and control of your own Internet marketing without being exploited by Website Design & Development + SEO companies.By reading these blogs you will learn more about Website Architecture, Domain Names, Email, Web Hosting, Content, Maintenance, Search Engine Optimisation and Paid Advertising. What’s my background, how long have you got? My claim to fame – I started the first Internet cafe in Christchurch with a friend back in 1995 it was called The Email Centre on Worcester Boulevard.People who used to come and use our cyber services taught me how the Internet worked, looking back it was enough to make me dangerous. At that time my expertise was getting people with computers onto the Internet and teaching them how to surf the world wide web.After 12 months I gained enough knowledge simply by looking over peoples shoulders, asking questions and seeing what others were using the Internet for. I learnt to be able to set up a basic website. One day I decided to sell everything I owned to buy a laptop and shortly after I maxed out my credit card with one of the first digital cameras that came to the market. I was equipped and ready to rock and roll as a mobile internet consultant.I used to travel around New Zealand claiming to be New Zealand’s leading Internet consultant. For a one time setup cost of $300 and monthly hosting, promotion and maintenance for $30 a month, businesses could have a web presence within DANNY : DE HEK. At one point I represented 45 different rental car brands, tourism companies and many accommodation providers throughout New Zealand. I was self appointed but I certainly made a big impact on the travel and tourism industry in New Zealand which earned me a six-figure income along the way.Being dyslexic and not being able to read and write, I kind of stood out like a sore thumb. I received a lot of criticism in an industry that wasn’t regulated by so-called peers, known these days as keyboard warriors. However it made me stronger and more determined to succeed, the old saying “no such thing as bad press” was certainly true in my case, the fact is it put me on the map!A few years later as the internet became more prominent and competitive, web development companies would approach my clients with flashy website designs which I couldn’t compete with. Understandably many of my clients wanted to take control of their own Internet services in house. This was my turning point, I re-strategised and invested time in myself and started doing a lot of affiliate marketing and commission based work. With a little luck one of my affiliate sites started generating $40,000 worth of profit each month. That site used to get 25,000 IP visits per day, the knowledge I learnt at that time was the real value.READ MORE ... https://www.dehek.com/general/marketing/stop-being-exploited-by-website-design-development-seo-companies/Support the show
Hello everybody this is Danny James de HekA simple explanation about the mechanics of HyperVerse for the poor people.Let’s pretend HyperVerse is a casino.It’s got flashy lights on the outside and lots of advertisements enticing you to come on in and have a play.It’s themed as an EcoSystem a Virtual MetaVerse, all the artwork is stolen but you don’t realise this at the time and it looks good.Some of the signs that you see, say if you come in you’re guaranteed to win three or four times your money.Not only that but the people coming out the doors of the casino are laughing with tears of joy because they have had such a fantastic experience.So you decide you want to go and have a flutter. But to get in the casino doors, you need to acquire a membership.Let’s just say you can get different levels of memberships: 400, 800, 1200 and 3600The HyperVerse Membership will give you credits and benefits that you can only use in the casino once you have been there for a long time.You go to pay and they tell you the only way you can purchase one of the memberships is by using USDT crypto!Maybe you are a bit dubious using crypto to purchase something, but you are familiar with gambling so you feel good about it all.They recommend you go down to your local crypto exchange, which is partly owned by one of the casino owners and purchase some USDT on your credit card and to come back once you’ve done this.Once you’ve figured out how to do that, you’re probably thinking you’re pretty savvy and a crypto genius. Of course this does build your confidence, now you have earned the right to go into the casino.So when you’re in the casino there’s a lot of people having a good time, it’s a real community. Long term VIP members come and sit right next to you and they say, “do you have any friends or family that you could invite to come down and enjoy the experience of the Casino with you?”They also explain that if you do this, you’ll get rewarded by the casino.These people sitting next to you will give you some suggestions on what to say, they will train you because they want everyone to be a winner at this casino.They say, “Don’t worry if you don’t know what to say when you get stuck explaining how it works, just give me the phone and I’ll explain it to them for you.”Now you’ve got friends and family around you playing at the casino and you’ve had enough, you’ve tripled your investment and you haven’t even really done anything. It’s so good, let’s go to the casher and take some money out.You start asking other people how to take rewards out. They say “are you leaving?”They encourage you to reinvest into the casino for greater rewards. They explain that you can only take 00.5% of your reward each day, and the casino frowns on this if you do it too often.They smile at you, and say you’re part of the HyperCasino Community. It’s just like Hotel California, you can check-in but you can never check-out.So now you decide to start doing a bit of due diligence. You start searching the Internet for answers and you find this guy called Danny de Hek.Playlist LEAKED HYPERVERSE LEADERSHIP MEETINGS Video #07READ MORE... https://www.dehek.com/general/tips-advice/7-minute-explanation-about-the-mechanics-of-hyperverse-dedicated-to-the-poor-people/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
Hello I’m Danny de Hek this is the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast. This is my weekly podcast that I do every six weeks. Thank you for tuning in to my Podcast, my YouTube Channel and visiting my Website.Two Disclaimers.I am dyslexic, don’t expect perfection when reading my show notes. I struggle with pronunciation and I will be using text to voice.I am in no way affiliated with HyperVerse and no one is paying me to do this video. I am building my YouTube channel, I do value having your subscription, please do SUBSCRIBE.10 Reasons why people are telling me HyperVerse is REAL and NOT a Ponzi Scheme or Scamming BillionsLet’s explain what’s up for grabs. Membership 2.0 welcomes you to invest from US$400 with promised daily rewards of 00.5% = $2 daily. If you let that compile within 200 days will get $400 return on your investment and the next 400 days is all profit. After that you have a choice, reinvest your rewards to another higher level or stop. You can never take out your initial investment, US$400, you can only withdrawal rewards (if you are lucky). Basically you are loaning your money to HyperVerse to pay your own rewards. You also receive 20% commission and many other rewards from people that you recruit and this goes on to your HyperVerse account that you can never withdraw, you can only collect rewards.If you get this return on your investment you deserve it, because you’ve invested wisely. It seems that the people that have got into HyperVerse are now like in a religious cult and have turned into HyperZombies.They are convinced that the world is flat and some of the reasoning is starting to be quite repetitive, just like they’re being brainwashed.I have put together “10 Reasons why people are telling me HyperVerse is REAL and NOT a Ponzi Scheme or Scamming Billions.It’s not a scam because I get money out of it [02:56]I haven’t researched the company and I don’t know what I’m talking about [04:55]“If it were a scam it would have been been shut down by now". [07:50]I’m doing really well I’ve made lots of money so it’s not a scam. [10:23]The founders, Sam Lee and Ryan Xu, are successful business people worth billions [13:30]An acquaintance approached me with the offer to "gift" me and each of my kids a "buy in". [16:14]I need to stop this nonsense and get a job [18:14]HyperVerse General Disclaimer [20:43]You're only limitation is your imagination [25:08]They are doing upgrades, this is why we can't withdraw at the moment [27:10]READ MORE ... https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/10-reasons-why-people-are-telling-me-hyperverse-is-real-and-not-a-ponzi-scheme-or-scamming-billions/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
As a disfellowshipped Jehovah’s Witness I have had thoughts of suicide and have suffered with extreme loneliness.Disfellowshipping someone after a dramatic life event and shunning them from their family and friends in a time of need is a common practice in the Jehovah’s Witness faith. I believe this is a contributing factor as to why so many people die from suicide after disassociating themselves, getting disfellowshipped or have not been able to live up to the high standards that Jehovah’s Witnesses are expected to do.The detrimental effects of suicide on family members are normally not discussed. Instead, many focus on the person who died and what got them to the point of suicide. No one, or no organisation is held accountable for what drove a person to do such a thing.My sister and I were brought up as Jehovah’s Witnesses; I was baptised, from memory my sister was an unbaptised publisher. My solo mum, who still loves the religion more than me, will undoubtably continue her Jehovah’s Witness path until she dies. She loves Jehovah with ALL her might.One day, two Jehovah’s Witnesses knocked on her door, they left a watchtower publication, which she took out of politeness. The next week when she saw them coming up the drive, she had a cunning plan where she thought she would crouch down so they couldn’t see her. However, they caught her through the window, so she had to open the door and said she had a bad back, she couldn’t stand up and couldn’t talk at the moment! The persistence of the two Jehovah’s Witnesses who initially knocked on our door managed to strike up a Bible study with her and the rest was history. This was something our family thought was quite humorous for years.My mum was in a terrible state; her ex-husband was an alcoholic, he left us when I was 2 1/2 years of age. While we never went without, there was no doubt we were poor and mum was struggling. When a group of people showed love and compassion and gave my mother a community, she certainly jumped at the chance to become part of the world wide brotherhood.I hope you can empathise with me as this is truly one of the most personal experiences to publicly post on my BLOG, broadcast on the WHAT: DE HEK PODCAST and stream on my YOUTUBE channel ‘but what the Hek’.Continue to read... https://www.dehek.com/general/health-wellness/escaping-suicide-and-shunning-by-the-jehovahs-witness-cult/P.S. If you like this article, please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Share and inspire. Thank you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
Do you enjoy waking up with no alarm clock, no appointments and no need to be anywhere or do anything?That’s how I feel when I wake up on a Sunday morning imagine living your life like it was Sunday everyday. Do you think you would accomplish as much as you do if the reality was, every day is Sunday?I’ve been self-employed for over 25 years and I’ve always said I don’t really feel like I’m working because I’m doing stuff I’m passionate about. That is what it’s all about really, when you find yourself working on a Sunday, not realising you actually are being productive and making money. There’s no such thing as Sunday-itis in my life!Covid has certainly made us think differently, especially in the way that we work. A high percentage of us are now working from our homes, so distinguishing the difference between work and life is becoming more and more difficult. We all learn from each, other some people struggle with working from home, but I struggle working from an office.Some of the advantages of working from home:You don’t need to pre-prepare lunchYou save money on office rentalYou can claim some of your expensesYou can justify a coffee machineThe office commute is merely footstepsSome of the disadvantages of working from home:Cabin feverMotivationNo sense of directionHuman contactWorking all hoursREAD THE FULL BLOG AT - https://www.dehek.com/general/health-wellness/remote-working-secrets-to-survive-and-thrive-the-home-office/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
New Zealand slang has developed over time from such a diverse mixture of backgrounds that it is sometimes difficult to establish exactly what phrases and slang words are originally from New Zealand!However be assured that all of the listed words and phrases are used with regularity throughout New Zealand which will hopefully give you a better understanding of what your Kiwi mates are really trying to tell ya!Ads – tv commercials, advertisementsAnklebiter – toddler, small childAotearoa – Maori name for New Zealand meaning land of the long white cloudArvo – afternoonBach – is a term that New Zealander’s use for a holiday home in the North IslandBanger – sausage, as in bangers and mashBarbie – barbecueBig smoke – large town or cityBit of dag – hard case, comedian, person with characterBitser – mongrel dogBloke – manBrickie – bricklayerBrown eye – to flash your naked butt at someoneBoy racer – is a term New Zealander’s use when they are referring to youth or young men driving fast cars that they have generally modifiedBring a plate – means bring a dish of food to shareBugger – damn!Bungy – kiwi slang for elastic strap, as in Bungy JumpingCaravan – mobile home that you tow behind your carCarked – fallen over or diedCardi – cardiganCast – immobilised, unable to get to your feetCheers – thanksCheerio – goodbyeCheerio – name for a cocktail sausageREAD MORE https://www.dehek.com/about-new-zealand/lifestyle/new-zealand-everyday-slang-words-and-phrases-colloquialisms/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
If it sounds too good to be true it often is.If you haven’t been keeping up with current events, I own an electronics store called NZ : ELECTRONICSRecently dubious people decided to start up a Facebook page called Electronics NZ and target New Zealanders with an unbelievable offer.On the Facebook Page Kiwi’s can enter a competition to win a FREE Dyson V11, the good news is everybody is a winner! Reminds me of Oprah Winfrey “you get a new vacuum cleaner” and “you get a new vacuum cleaner” everyone gets a new vacuum cleaner!You may have seen this post on Facebook…“Dyson is selling the rest of Dyson Cyclone V11 for $3! Dyson Vacuum for $3⏳ Hurry to get it just by filling out the form! Distributed by Dyson™”*The pigeon English should be a dead giveaway. If this message is from Dyson, why isn’t it on Dyson’s official Facebook page. The reason they are flogging the Dyson name is because they are trying to build up authenticity with you. This should be sending off alarm bells in your brain.Last time I looked there was 3.7k comments and the post had been shared 226 times. You can read people‘s comments and “people” are posting photos of the Dyson Cyclone V11 they have received.These are not genuine people, these are all part of the scammers plot, fake accounts, images that if you search Google for you will see they have been used on other posts, not the real deal.The Electronics NZ Facebook page admin(s) is removing all the negative comments and only allowing positive comments and feedback to go on their page. Another way to scam people as they only see good reviews and they are building a relationship with your mind saying this is authentic when it is not!Here is where you need to pay attention, for delivery you need to pay $2 and they ask you to enter all your personal details. You agree to the terms and conditions and let's be honest, no one ever reads these terms anyway. Then of course you have built enough confidence to submit your precious credit card details.What in fact you have actually done, is allowed them to charge your credit card at leisure. The terms and conditions that you didn't take the time to read and you have agreed to, means you have signed up to other sites like, dating sites, casinos etc. This may not happen immediately, but if you don't stop your credit card, these charges will appear every month. Plus not to freak you out even more, I think you've just given them your personal address as well.Continue to read the full blog at https://www.dehek.com/general/tips-advice/dyson-cyclone-v11-3-vacuum-cleaner-giveaway-on-facebook/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
You’re listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.I’ve been playing around trying to get the right setup for the last few months and I finally feel I’m getting some traction. I am a podcaster and an online educator that provides workshops to help people survive and thrive in business, I would like to share my journey with you.This all started about two years ago when I wanted to record a group of people, in a business networking event, so I could produce a podcast.I’ve always been a bit of a tech head, any software or hardware that is going to make me more productive and look more professional, I’m in. I’ll go and purchase it on my credit card and worry about paying for it later.The problem with being able to record video, and broadcast, is there are so many options available and so many different variables, that you really have to find your own way to get it going correctly. So in saying that, my journey may not be your journey, but I am absolutely sure you will gain a lot of knowledge by reading or listening to this article.A good of friend of mine, Rob Woolley, is currently trying to set himself up as a YouTube educator. He has also been going through some of the trials and tribulations that I experienced at the start, all due respect to Rob, he likes doing things on a budget. He was having problems setting up his green screen and I received this message from him, “I've officially given up on getting green screen perfect, so I'm going to paint my wall as a backdrop I think”. I’ll be honest, his message inspired me to write this blog.There is no right way and there’s no wrong way of achieving your setup, just remember be good today, rather than perfect tomorrow, because tomorrow never comes.To make this a little bit more logical I think it would be best if I break this into different sections; sound recorder, microphones, green screens, lighting, camera equipment, editing and streaming. One thing I never do with my blogs is add images within the content, however I’m going to make an exception for this post.1) Sound RecorderSo as I said originally, I wanted to record 20 people in a room when I was running a think tank meeting for my business networking company. I did some searching and I read some good reviews about a recording device called a “ZOOM H6”. The reason I went with this, is that it would enable me to run four microphones simultaneously, as well as an additional two microphones that come with the unit. It can be powered with a USB charger, so it was an ideal unit, it was mobile and recorded brilliant sound. It has served me well. I used it for at least 12 months and I still have it, just in case I start doing more mobile interviews. It has a lovely compact carry case too.I started hanging out on a social audio app called Clubhouse. When talking to other podcasters, the industry standard and the unit that you want to get, is a RØDECaster Pro. Funnily enough, this would not be my recommendation if you want to be mobile. However, since I’ve had the RØDECaster Pro, I’ve never used my ZOOM H6 again. Recently I switched my recording hardware to the ZOOM PodTrak P8, as this is also a mobile unit and also a desktop sound recorder. I now get the best of both worlds and I love it. I believe it’s the best piece of hardware on the market today, especially if your main focus is podcasting.Read More https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/7-steps-for-creating-your-own-live-streaming-podcast-studio/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
You’re listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.[00:00:25] Hello, I'm Danny de Hek. And this is WHAT : DE HEK podcast. I'm facilitating my own meeting today and this is what I call one of my personal rant podcasts. Now, I don't know if you subscribe to my channel, but you may have noticed I haven't actually done any podcasts in for quite some time. I discovered an app called clubhouse and I learned so much about podcasting.[00:00:25] I had to upgrade my gear and go through a whole learning process once again. And I want to share the journey of becoming a podcaster with you. So if you were like me, you probably have a laptop and you're probably thinking I could become a podcaster. I can just get a microphone and start recording. Wow.[00:00:45] Have I got news for you? Now my journey started by listening to other podcasts and finding the right gear. So today what I'd like to do is just run through some of the gear that I've had, um, that I recommend that I have found good for me. First thing you would probably need, if you were getting into podcasting is maybe a microphone.[00:01:11] Now what I'm going to do, I'm just going to flip into a web browser and I'm going to show you the microphones that I use. This is what you call an auto auto microphone, which is a BP40. Now I stumbled across these microphones because originally when I was getting into podcasts, I was trying to record a group of 15 people in a room.[00:01:36] And I got a blue Yeti mic. If you ever have one of those and this you're a musician, well, you've got yourself set up in a perfectly sound balanced room. Do not use a blue Yeti mic, just my opinion. Fall on your feet and get yourself a dynamic microphone, diabetes. I actually got two of these microphones and I'll just get my head out of it.[00:01:55] Uh, and I had them in a room that was shaped like a horseshoe and I put two, these one each end of the room and it did capture the sound pretty good. However, it probably, um, wasn't even the right title of area was space to be able to record a podcast COVID Cape. And I cut it all my gear back home. And at the time I was using an app.[00:02:21] Six by zoom, which is a recording device, and that was adequate for myself. But when I started wanting to record other people who were online, like, um, recording things over zoom or river, Riverside.fm, or, um, Zencastr, or, uh, stream labs or stream yard at the camera, a whole different complicated stuff.[00:02:46] Sorry. First of all, what I did is I went out and got myself a RØDECaster Pro, and I'm just going to get the ball. Ooh, the box. Okay. Yeah, I wrote RØDECasters are absolutely awesome. Now the theory, first, one of these I've got, we'll just put it back on the floor. I got up home from the shop and I put it on the counter and it was buckled and every time I pushed the button.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/podcasting-equipment-and-software-for-the-beginner-podcaster/Who is DANNY : DE HEK? – In short I’m a connector, podcaster, blogger a person of influence, I’m that guy who knows everybody and I’ve put together my website to show what I’m passionate about. I’m a firm believer of omnipresence!I’m on @buymeacoffee. If you like my work, you can buy me a coffee and share your thoughts 🎉☕ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehekSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
Hello, have you ever gone into a shop and thought I just got ripped off and you can't do anything about it? That happened to me. I went to Johnny Bigg, which has a shop in my local shopping mall at Northland Shopping Center. And I bought myself a belt. I don't know about you guys, but I've had belts that last few years, and I think I was replacing about that last for about 10 years or more.Anyway, I bought a belt was at $99.95 belt. I had it for, I must've bought it. I paid cash for it and I must have bought it in February 2021. Now I went back into the shop and I said, look, I don't think I paid with Credit Card so I haven't got a receipt. However, is this your belt, They looked at as a, yes, this is one of our belts.There's no doubt about that. And I said, well, I can't, I haven't kept the receipt and I was running. If you going to do anything about it, they said, leave it with me and I'll get. A manager to a ring, you know that. Okay. So I went out of the shop H went back half an hour later. Cause I said, I do remember, I think I paid cash just to let you know, anyway, went along three or four days, nothing happened.So I rang up the shop and I said, hi, I'm Danny, the guy with the belt. Do you remember me? And they said, yes, we've got your belt right here. And it's, you know, we'll get the manager to ring you. So we did another two or three days and nothing happened. So I finished up going back into the shelf and they said, well, we tried to ring you.But your phone number wouldn't work. So I said, if you've got the piece of paper that my phone number was on, they showed me it. And I said, well, that is my number. I don't know why it didn't work. Anyway. They said, look, can we count, find you in our system? Uh, and you, haven't got a receipt. We're willing to give you a discount on a new belt, but we're not going to replace the belt.And I mean, okay. I said, I understand about having the receipt and that's my bad. I should keep all my receipts in social use. So you can go back to the shop. Because they don't have to, um, issue you a refund because of that. However, I said, but you're still selling these belts and they don't look like they are very good.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/tips-advice/johnny-bigg-reviews-papanui-northlands-shopping-centre-nz/P.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
Danny de Hek: [00:00:00] You’re listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.Darick Mitchell: [00:00:11] guestDanny de Hek: [00:00:12] all the way from America, which I haven’t actually asked you. What part of America you’re from. You have to tell us DarickDarick Mitchell: [00:00:18] Well Utar right now, but you time Nevada in OklahomaDanny de Hek: [00:00:23] Isn’t that where all the, the Mormons live.Darick Mitchell: [00:00:26] Yup. Deal with them all day. Every day.Danny de Hek: [00:00:30] Yeah.I’m just curious where the Mormons live. Do they have bikes and they bike around all the time? Cause that’s the only time I see a Mormon and in New Zealand where I am they literally always want bikes.Darick Mitchell: [00:00:40] Yep. They’re on bikes. They’re on a Ford focus.Danny de Hek: [00:00:43] Wow. How about that? I’ve got you along and we’ve got a format which if you’re not familiar. What we do to our listeners we have 12 questions with what to hick and I’ve just got a card, a pack of about a hundred different questions. And I grabbed, I shuffled them in a grave at 12, and then I ask our geeses retina and Christian.So, you know, I don’t know what the question is going to be next. And let’s see what the first one, if you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?Darick Mitchell: [00:01:07] Anywhere in the world. Probably Ireland I would go back in. Yeah. Yup. That’s a tough one because I love mountains and I love oceans. I live in Utah, hiked all over. I do love oceans and forests, but my heritage has a lot of Celtic. Great, great grandparents were Scottish and Irish.Danny de Hek: [00:01:32] I was killed.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/darick-mitchell-ex-jehovahs-witness-heathen-humanistP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
How you doing Danny de Hek my name. I'm in the process of doing a whole lot of new workshops. And I was going through my PDF files and I found one on SEO tips and advice, and I thought it was too good to not go over the content that I discussed. So I own a business networking company. And the idea behind it, as I used to do 15 minutes, sort of a little week workshops, teaching people, some of the stuff I've learned over the years.So I've been doing website development and also eco stuff for about, I dunno, maybe too long, over 20 years, at least. And this was one of my favorites. So before I revitalize it and make it more modern, I thought it would be worthwhile while documenting this as a YouTube video. And it may give you a bit of understanding how it works.So let's get into it. I'll just flip into a work browser. And this was my PowerPoint presentation and that's called a SEO tips and advice by Danny de Hek who is me so often when I'm talking to people. Typical, isn't it. As we talk about SEO search engine optimization, and there's so many facets to it, I actually liken it to imagine that you have one glass.Full of water. So for example, you could actually have a really good URL that identifies your brand or your business, and that would be equivalent to having one glass of water fall. You may also have some really good titles with the content that you put on the internet. You may also have ALT tags and all your images.You may also have file names named correctly. And along with that, you may even have a well structured website that are search engine friendly, but by just having one good glass full of water, isn't really going to cut the mustard. Do you need to have a well balanced website? And that's why I put together this PowerPoint presentation.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/search-engine-tips/seo-optimization-techniques-to-increase-organic-search-engine-trafficP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
ELITE : SIX Think Tank meetings are discussed over ZOOM with our members every Friday at 9:30am.Facilitated by DANNY : DE HEK meetings are recorded for our Podcast, we’ve been doing this since COVID-19 if you’re interested in joining in with us check out our Website.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:00] Welcome to another think tank meeting with WHAT : DE HEK podcast. I'm your host, Danny de Hek today we'll be discussing advertising value our meet will consist of four parts people's experiences, people's problems, some solutions. Yeah, some takeaways from today's meeting. Joining me today will be ELITE : SIX members. So sit back, relax, get yourself a cup of coffee and come and join the meeting with me. Good morning, everyone. Nice to have you here with us today. We've got another smashing topic. This one's called advertising value, and we've had a little bit of the pre-trade a pre-chat before the meeting started and we reckon we can give you guys some value on how to get the. best value out of your advertising dollar. So we're just introduce people that here today. We'll start with Lachlan would you like to introduce yourself. Yeah.Lachlan McNeill: [00:00:51] Lachlan McNeil. I have a company called Acorva technical recruitment, which surprisingly enough does technical recruitment engineers, architects, the likes. And I also have a brand called earn your crust, which is all about the Wiki and world of work and small business.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:07] Thank you, David Clarkson.David Clarkson: [00:01:10] Hi, my name's David Clarkson. I'm from dynamic communication. We are public speaking skills specialists and trainers and presentation skills. We build more confident what competent more credible communicates.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:27] Thank you. PaulPaul Starling: [00:01:28] Paul Starling from Canterbury  Computer Service out in Rangiora and we help small businesses with there it solutions.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/advertising-value-how-to-calculate-equivalency-experiences-problems-and-solutions P.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
You’re listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:00] Welcome along with Mike Armstrong all the way from England. And I think you're a 13 hours behind us. Am I correct? Or is it 11 hours?Mike Armstrong: [00:00:22] 11 o'clock at night tonight. This time. What time areDANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:24] you on? Let's see this terminology. We a quarter pass 16 minutes past 11:00 AM on a Tuesday. And I presume you're on a Monday evening. Yeah. Well, when I was doing daylight saving things that seems to screw us all around. Alrighty. So welcome. Thank you for coming along. We've known each other for roundabout 10 weeks now to via Clubhouse and why at the very start we see we're going to do a podcast exchange.And so this is what we're doing today. My format of my podcast, for those for you, who's listening is I've got 12 unprompted questions to ask Mike. And in along the way, we'll find out who he is and what he's patient and about. So the first question that is totally random, even, I don't know what it's going to be.What is the distinct, oops, what is the distinction between feeling good in business and not feeling good? What makes you feel good in business, Mike?Mike Armstrong: [00:01:16] For me, it's been able to help and impact as many people as possible. That makes me feel good. And if I'm not helping and impacting people, especially large numbers of people that I don't feel so good.So I love to help people. And you know, the more theDANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:31] merrier.A few years ago, I added a connector into my boudoir things. I do. I think you'd label yourself as a connector. I don't know anyone actually, who connects people more than you do listening to you on clubhouse? True. SayMike Armstrong: [00:01:46] I wouldn't say I'm a super connector. So I've learned, I like to connect with other super connectors around the world so that we can form a super connection. So network really. And you know, I think that then allows you to impact more.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/mike-armstrong-screw-the-big-rooms-clubhouse-club-by-welsh-dragonP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
You’re listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:00]  Welcome along if I got a treat for you, ladies and gentlemen. I have got two people on my show today that are blind and we are actually recording this from Clubhouse and they're in the room and I'm going to get them to introduce themselves briefly and tell us who they are. Ann would you like to go first?Ann Harrison: [00:00:34] Sure. My name is Ann Harrison. I am an author, a professional writer, and I am a podcaster.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:44] Brilliant and in our Clubhouse room yesterday Teresa, I just meet Teresa yesterday and she was the first person in two months, To actually cry on a Clubhouse room. And we've got a great friendship that's growing every day. So Theresa, tell us about you.Teresa Guffanti: [00:01:01] So as, you know, as you just said, my name is Theresa. I am the host of "Struggling blessed, but not alone". I am diligently. I am almost totally blind. I only have 90% or 10% sight left. And I I'm a motivator motivational speaker as well.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:19] And she's brilliant. She told me yesterday that she had 750 downloads and has generated around about $200 from her podcasting efforts to date.And I thought, well, you can do my marketing for me. If you have accomplished that. And being blind, we were talking to the clubhouse room and we still are.And I said, I had this format for my podcast. It works and it's 12 random questions and I have a sort of like a pack of cards and I shuffle it and I just picked 12 random questions and I asked.I'll ask Ann and I'll ask Theresa to answer the version of the question. So let's go for the first one. The first question here we have today is what was the most unusual thing you had ever eaten? Theresa? Would you like to tell everyone what's the most unusual thing you've eaten as a blind person?See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/what-de-hek-podcast-12-questions-with-teresa-guffanti-ann-harrison-blind-sighted-ladiesP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
ELITE : SIX Think Tank meetings are discussed over Zoom with our members every Friday at 10:00am.Facilitated by DANNY : DE HEK meetings are recorded for our Podcast, we’ve been doing this since COVID-19 if you’re interested in joining in with us check out our Website.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:00]Welcome to, uh, ELITE : SIX think tank meeting and you're listening to one, two, three, four, five, six people who are members of ELITE : SIX. You get together each week to discuss the topic. Today's theme is actually. Getting money in now we talked about grabbing some low hanging fruit from your business when you need to get some money.And then we've just got a think tank meeting and progress, but I just wanted to go around the room quickly and just introducing who's in the room. So, Paul, would you like to introduce yourself please?Paul Starling: [00:00:28]Yep. Um, pull stalling. Um, Paul Starling I am based out in Rangiora North Canterbury, about 40 minutes North of Christchurch and I run Canterbury Computer Services. And we provide it services for small businesses and home users. And for little sidekick, I also have Kiwi Souvenirs, and we send soft and fluffy toys all over the world.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:51]Thank you very much. And Lachland.Lachlan McNeill: [00:00:53]Yes. I'm Lachlan McNeill. I have a company called a Acorva recruitment with technical recruiters, dealing with engineers and architects and the like, and I also have, uh, an on-brand, which I'm developing called earn your crust, which is all about the wiggling world of work and a small business.Mark Scown: [00:01:10]Yeah, Mark Scown an insurance broker, but it's clients ranging from Auckland to Dunedin and a West coast based in North Canterbury though. I specialize in personal and small risk business risk, uh, insurance, but my particular specialty is being able to provide a restructuring of existing clients and insurances to give them a long-term affordability and sustainability by getting into, um, levelled premiums and the core elements.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:38]Thank you, Rob.Rob Woolley: [00:01:39]My name is Mr. Woolley and I run Academy and ticks in Academy training Academy and takes specializes on English, porcelain and Academy training specializes on teaching you, uh, public speaking, presenting skills, leadership management skills, basically anything with wisdom.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/think-tank-topic-getting-money-in-now-experiences-problems-and-solutions/P.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
ELITE : SIX Think Tank meetings are discussed over Zoom with our members every Friday at 9:30am.Facilitated by DANNY : DE HEK meetings are recorded for our Podcast, we’ve been doing this since COVID-19 if you’re interested in joining in with us check out our Website.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:00]Welcome to ELITE : SIX business networking. Think Tank facilitated by your host. DANNY : DE HEK, the place where decision makers come together to share their experience, knowledge and skills. I'm just trying some new things today, guys. So we are actually officially starting the think tank meeting. Everyone's in a happy mood. I don't know what it is. Maybe they put something special on the water. For the Aucklanders as well. So what we could do is introduce ourselves. First of all, my partner, Helen to introduce herself.Helen Oakes: [00:00:37]I'm Helen, I am a photographer and I am a digital artist and I am a blogger.James Parone: [00:00:45]Sorry GuysHelen Oakes: [00:00:47]And a mumDANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:49]And a mum, do you get paid for that? No a shame. They need to reinvent the wheel on that. We're just introducing ourselves, James, that we're going around the room. Paul. Okay.Paul Starling: [00:01:00]Hi, I'm Paul I live in Rangiora and I run Canterbury Computer Services and KiwiSouvenirs, we specialize in doing IT for small to medium sized businesses.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:14]And you sold a camera to Dave and he isn't here today. So I, I, they might Dave David Clarkson and let's go to Lachlan.Lachlan McNeill: [00:01:26]I'm Lachlan McNeil. I am a recruiter. I also recently started a brand called earn your across funnily enough, which is all about the sort of wiggly world of small business and careers.Rob Woolley: [00:01:37]I run Academy and to specializing in English porcelain. Not that anybody cares about that, but also around Academy training. We, we help people overcome stuttering develop public speaking and presenting skills and learn anything around management and leadership.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:57]That's lovely. Mark ScownMark Scown: [00:01:59]Yeah, well my currently doing the job for you as health and safety officer, I'm just checking for the tsunami that may come in behind us.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/think-tank-topic-brand-strategy-your-business-identity-experiences-problems-and-solutionsP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
You're listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:00] I got a treat for you. I hope you like rapping music. I’ve actually got Cliff Henderson called “Fifth”. He’s coming on to the, WHAT DE HEK podcast and I’m going to get straight into asking him a few questions welcome along. How are you doing?Cliff “Fifth” Henderson: [00:00:23] I’m doing well. Thank you for having me, Danny. I appreciate you. You reaching out and making it happen.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:28] I’m in New Zealand. It’s 3:30 in the afternoon. Whereabouts are you?Cliff “Fifth” Henderson: [00:00:32] I’m in Northern California, near San Francisco. What’s known as the Bay areaDANNY : DE HEK: [00:00:38] You’re in your car because you’ve got a young child. That’s made a lot of noise. So you’ve come out the car record. I want to get to know you this I’ve got these questions. If you’re not familiar with them, our listeners, basically I have a hundred questions and they’re random and I’ve grabbed 12 and we’re going to ask, they say, is there anything you wish would come back into fashion?Cliff “Fifth” Henderson: [00:01:02] Ooh. Anything I wish would come back into fashion? I think the rap music that I grew up on, I wish that would come back that style. Music would come back and passing right now. Things are very different and I like the new wave, but yeah, I wish I wish that it was still cool to, to rap. Like some of the people that I grew up on, you know?DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:22] Yeah. Did you hit one of those radios that you put on your shoulder? A boom box and it had took like those D sized batteries and you’d have about 10 of them in the back of it and walk around the neighborhood.Cliff “Fifth” Henderson: [00:01:33] Yeah, we have one of those. So that feels like more of a New York thing to me, for some reason, like on the East coast kind of thing is what I think about when I think of that. But yeah. Yeah, we definitely, you know, we have boom boxes and stuff like that and we would listen to music outside and yeah, we did OB. Yeah.DANNY : DE HEK: [00:01:50] That’s cool. All right. Let’s see, yeah, if you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/what-de-hek-podcast-12-questions-with-ex-jehovahs-witness-cliff-fifth-henderson-rapper/P.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
ELITE : SIX Think Tank meetings are discussed over Zoom with our members every Friday at 9:30am.Facilitated by DANNY : DE HEK meetings are recorded for our Podcast, we’ve been doing this since COVID-19 if you’re interested in joining in with us check out our Website.Danny de Hek 0:01Heidi Hi.Helen Oakes 0:05Hi de HoDanny de Hek 0:07Good morning. Welcome along to WHAT : DE HEK Podcast. Today we have elite six members. We’ve got an engineering guest, Brian Morrison all the way from Blackpool in the UK. Our first international guest we’ve got a couple of Aucklanders we will pass right by them. Well I’d like to do is just introduce who’s in the room today. Our topic is…Helen Oakes 0:30Succession PlanningDanny de Hek 0:31Thank you couldn’t have done it without you. Now, a few few literary rules, we’ve got a checkbox at the bottom. If you’ve got any comments that you’re making, after you’ve made them, if you could just put them in the chat box below, then we’ll build our mind map that we use on our podcasts are only a podcast. We do use it on the podcast, but we use it on the blog after the show. So I really value you’ve given us your comments. Now everyone in the room has an elite six membership profile. So when you speak, I make it when people click on your name it goes through to your elite six membership profile. Now Brian, I set one up for you Just yesterday. So I don’t know if you’ve seen that. But it’s really cool. Surprise, you’ll be able to see it afterwards. So don’t give any details about who you are. So what I’m gonna do is just gonna go around the room and everyone introduce himself on my screen and top left is Rob.Rob Woolley 1:21Hello, my name is Rob on from Academy antiques in Academy training. I buy and sell and specialise in English porcelain. But I also public speaking how to overcome stuttering leadership and management.Danny de Hek 1:35Brilliant just for the carry on, I might just get down people to put the mic on mute if they’ve got background noise. Otherwise, just leave it open for now. So we’ll carry on. We’ve got Stefano, and Jaline, and nearly they’re halfway there.Jaline Pietroiusti 1:51Hey, everybody, so Jaline and Stefano from the odd wave. We are the e commerce specialists. We build ecommerce stores. And we do a lot of support and integration as well into different systems. So we do water wise, and look after three young girls that are keeping us extremely busy as well. At the start of school, but yeah.See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/think-tank-topic-succession-planning-for-business-continuity-experiences-problems-and-solutionsP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
You're listening to Danny, on WHAT : DE HEK podcast. This is the place where I share my experience, knowledge and skills.Transcribed by OtterJay Scott 0:00Yeah let's do itDanny de Hek 0:02Welcome to WHAT : DE HEK podcast I'm privileged to have in front of me is Jay the Comedian.Jay Scott 0:07Hey, what's up everybody how y'all doing?Danny de Hek 0:09He has volunteers time to answer the top of my lame questions. Let's see how we get on. We're straight into the questions by the way. Okay. Okay, here's the first one, mate. Have you ever had a nickname?Jay Scott 0:24Have I ever had a nickname? I actually did have a nickname and it's really funny because I'm an Ex-Jehovah’s Witness. But people used to call me J Dub, but not because of the Jehovah Witness. I was really good at basketball. And in America, when you score two points, two points is called a dub. And my name is Jay. So people call me J Dub on the basketball court, though, only on the basketball court, nowhere else.Danny de Hek 0:53When I was looking at your Facebook page, you'll notice you've got lots of clips on Facebook, about a thing called basketball.Jay Scott 1:00Oh, yeah, basketball. I love basketball. I love playing it. And this is one of my joys of my life.Danny de Hek 1:06Because I've got one Kiwi guy that's actually really good at the moment. I don't know. I don't follow the basketball. But do you know who he who he is?Jay Scott 1:14A Kiwi guy.Danny de Hek 1:17He's massive name. Well, they're all massive ah they. But he'sJay Scott 1:19I don't know any small basketball players.Danny de Hek 1:23That's as far as my basketball knowledge goes, so I'll get on to the next question. We've got 12 questions. What's the biggest gift that you've ever been gift? What was the best gift you've ever been given?See Full TXT Script at https://www.dehek.com/general/podcast/what-de-hek-podcast-12-questions-with-ex-jehovahs-witness-jay-scott-jay-the-comedianP.S. If you like this podcast please click “like” or provide comment, as that will motivate me to publish more. Would you like the opportunity to be featured on the WHAT : DE HEK Podcast? You are welcome to INVITE YOURSELF to be a guest.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dehek)
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