First, just want y’all to know that posts might be a little erratic over the next few days. I’m out of town, in Chicago, at a medical conference, and I’m going to be networking with a lot of professionals over the next bunch of days. So, I may not post every day, but I’ll be around in some capacity.

Moving on, there’s this new website that came to my attention via Willie Crawford. It’s called Gurudaq, and it’s one of the wildest sites I can think of, based on what I’m hoping to do with this site.

Basically, it’s a stock market version of the top internet marketers in the world. It changes every day, and, just like the real stock market, I’m not quite sure how the numbers are calculated, but it’s fun to watch. The page I’ve linked to isn’t the main page, but it’s initially the most fun. When Willie brought it to our attention, he was sitting in 10th place, with Lynn Terry, a wonderful person and the only woman who was in the top 25, sitting at 15th place. As I check on it today, I see that some names have changed, where Lynn has moved up to 10th place, Willie has fallen to 12th, and another woman, and Alexandra Brown joining the top 25, sitting in 24th place.

Now, when you check out the main page, it gives you some top ten lists of certain categories, such as the day’s top gainers, and the top 10 personal development gurus, names that probably won’t be on the other list, and yet names most of us know like Bob Proctor, Les Brown, and Anthony Robbins.

Personally, I like stuff like this, seeing all sorts of statistics and also seeing many names that I know, and actually “not” seeing some names that I know, that I thought would easily be here. Names like Shawn Casey and Mike Filasame and even Joel Comm aren’t anywhere on this list; that’s astounding to me, especially Comm, knowing that his books have all been best sellers, including his latest book, and thinking that he would have easily been on this list somewhere.

Anyway, it gives the rest of us something to look towards as we work on our own internet marketing campaigns. One day, I want to be on both lists; what say you?

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5 comments on “Gurudaq

    • I have to admit I find it intriguing, and your question has crossed my mind also. But I figure that I don’t understand how the other stuff works, so I’m not going to worry much about how this one works either. Just going to work on trying to get on there.

  • The thing is in regards to the share market it’s the forces of the market itself that results in the share prices and these are easily recorded by the amount people are willing to pay for the shares. This on the other hand is quite different.

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    • It may be different, but it’s still a rating system that someone came up with, based on some type of criteria. You know, to me it’s like Alexa; we don’t give it the credence of some other rating systems because it can be skewed if you have their toolbar, yet when all is said and done if you’re in the top 100,000 you’re not going to be complaining about how it does it’s rankings, you’re just going to be happy to be rated fairly high.

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