A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

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Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby ConsequenceFish » Thu May 19, 2016 12:13 am

kiwiincambodia wrote:With what he has called some of the members here, especially GM, it would be funny if he actually did become one of us.
What did he call members here?

Also wondering are CEO members also many of the same people from Khmer440? They were very nasty with me over there and wont go back :(.

People seem more chipper over here ;).
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Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Thu May 19, 2016 12:29 am

ConsequenceFish wrote:
kiwiincambodia wrote:With what he has called some of the members here, especially GM, it would be funny if he actually did become one of us.
What did he call members here?

Also wondering are CEO members also many of the same people from Khmer440? They were very nasty with me over there and wont go back :(.

People seem more chipper over here ;).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsgbYPwFsn8

theres a handful of posters that post on both, some people from K440 sometimes post here but not regularly
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Re: RE: Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby General Mackevili » Thu May 19, 2016 2:43 am

ConsequenceFish wrote:
kiwiincambodia wrote:With what he has called some of the members here, especially GM, it would be funny if he actually did become one of us.
What did he call members here?

Also wondering are CEO members also many of the same people from Khmer440? They were very nasty with me over there and wont go back :(.

People seem more chipper over here ;).
I think he called me a troll, or maybe worse. My feelings are still hurt.

The Khmer440 members who do post over here are much better behaved, as we don't tolerate as much bullshit.

Hey, even I play by the community rules here, as fair is fair.
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Re: RE: Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby Carmelita » Thu May 19, 2016 5:33 am

General Mackevili wrote:
ConsequenceFish wrote:
kiwiincambodia wrote:With what he has called some of the members here, especially GM, it would be funny if he actually did become one of us.
What did he call members here?

Also wondering are CEO members also many of the same people from Khmer440? They were very nasty with me over there and wont go back :(.

People seem more chipper over here ;).
I think he called me a troll, or maybe worse. My feelings are still hurt.

The Khmer440 members who do post over here are much better behaved, as we don't tolerate as much bullshit.

Hey, even I play by the community rules here, as fair is fair.
Anyone on here have a blog to follow?

Preferably about off the beaten path in Cambodia.

The most interesting part in my opinion.
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Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Thu May 19, 2016 10:00 am

i quite often get off the beaten path but not hipster enough to write a blog about it, come meet me in a bar and ill tell you all about it though,
one thing i saw a few times the other day that id not seen before, when i was exploring takeo province, 5000r massage joints, the price was attractive but the girls and venue were far from, splashed out on a 10,000r one instead :wink:
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Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby Carmelita » Thu May 19, 2016 12:54 pm

Jamie_Lambo wrote:i quite often get off the beaten path but not hipster enough to write a blog about it, come meet me in a bar and ill tell you all about it though,
one thing i saw a few times the other day that id not seen before, when i was exploring takeo province, 5000r massage joints, the price was attractive but the girls and venue were far from, splashed out on a 10,000r one instead :wink:
Happyy ending?

My mate thinks 150000 rieil is cheap in Australia for a hour massage.
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Re: RE: Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby ConsequenceFish » Fri May 20, 2016 1:28 am

General Mackevili wrote:
ConsequenceFish wrote:
kiwiincambodia wrote:
I think he called me a troll, or maybe worse. My feelings are still hurt.

The Khmer440 members who do post over here are much better behaved, as we don't tolerate as much bullshit.

Hey, even I play by the community rules here, as fair is fair.

He kinda reminds me of a more aggro Principal PC from South Park.

Wonder if he bumps into Khmer440 guys all the time and they say anything, lol.

That is cool u play by the common man rules.
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Re: RE: Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby General Mackevili » Fri May 20, 2016 3:18 am

Jamie_Lambo wrote:i quite often get off the beaten path but not hipster enough to write a blog about it, come meet me in a bar and ill tell you all about it though,
one thing i saw a few times the other day that id not seen before, when i was exploring takeo province, 5000r massage joints, the price was attractive but the girls and venue were far from, splashed out on a 10,000r one instead :wink:
I always think I found a 5,000 Riel massage joint, but it always ends up being 5,000 for some other shit, like those blood-sucking cups, coining or something.

One of the places I went for a great massage was those 8,000 places near the Russian market on that street that hits Monivong. 50 year old water buffalos with strong hands. Only went a few times because although the massage was great, it was as fucking ghetto as you could get. Usually a broken ass fan with a long row of motodops getting rub-downs and suction cups on their backs. And if they weren't on the phone blabbing away, they were watching crap videos on their phones at full volume; probably watching that Cambodian comedian with the Hitler mustache or something.

ConsequenceFish wrote:
General Mackevili wrote:
ConsequenceFish wrote:
kiwiincambodia wrote:
I think he called me a troll, or maybe worse. My feelings are still hurt.

The Khmer440 members who do post over here are much better behaved, as we don't tolerate as much bullshit.

Hey, even I play by the community rules here, as fair is fair.

He kinda reminds me of a more aggro Principal PC from South Park.

Wonder if he bumps into Khmer440 guys all the time and they say anything, lol.

That is cool u play by the common man rules.
I watch his videos quite often on YouTube, as he can be pretty entertaining sometimes. Seems like he's goes out of his way to look like an idiot, and successful at it, I might add.

He also seems to be apologizing to everyone these days, which is kind of stupid as his motto is something close to "go fuck yourself" or "I don't give a fuck."

I might be wrong about this, but I think a lot of people would rather post on a Cambodian forum as opposed to their own Cambodian blog. If you have a blog, the whole thing is mainly focused upon you and you have to start enough cool topics yourself to keep things active, but if you post something cool on a forum like this, there's already a bunch of people here and I would think you're a lot more likely to get others involved, etc.

And there's no pressure on here for any one person to continually contribute, as there are many others as well, and things usually stay lively one way or another.

If I had a blog, I think I'd post every entry here on CEO with a link to my blog. You'd probably get a lot of interest on here, and then people who were especially interested would follow you over to your blog.

Meh, maybe that's just me.
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Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby phuketrichard » Fri May 20, 2016 8:54 am

LTD used to have a great blog, but blogs in themselves dont make money AND than you need constantly post new info, stories , doing something that attracts peoples interest ( around the world bicycle trip) etc
Just posting news and shit wont cut it.
Than u need find a way to attract people (ur url in ur sig file on the dozens forms ur on) emails, a opt in newsletter etc etc
PLUS than u need to find away to turn your visitors into an income ( affiliate program) but even than ur talking a long hard road
Plenty of sites will tell you "how to make money on the web"
NICHE marketing, think OUTSIDE the box

Ur years late to get any kind of good ranking ( agoda /booking.com have over 300,000 affiliates each)
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Re: A Digital nomads guide to Cambodia

Postby frank lee bent » Fri Feb 03, 2017 9:42 pm

ebay also pays affiliate marketers, so you can choose a category- diamonds for example and make a website devoted to that category and blog about it.
there is software out there that will auto populate your site with items you select or that auto select based on value averages ( better than average price, sales closures, etc ) and you can subscribe to terapeak to see who the top sellers are with highest prices etc.

that way, you do not have to mess around with actual goods, and all the shipping hassles.

it is not for me, but some do well with it.

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