Category Archives: PayPal

New: Guru Of Sales version 1.6!!

Why is it 1.6?
Why not 2.0?
And why now?

First of all, I like to remind you that back in April I only made very little changes since the launch of this blog. We named it version 1.5.
Just recently we added some more changes but it wasn’t big enough to qualify for version 2.0 yet. And in the near future we will have 1.7 or 1.9 whatever it will be, so keep an eye 😉

Recent changes includes the following:

New pages:
https://guruofsales.com/services (not to big of a change)
https://guruofsales.com/services/ebay-basics-of-selling (This is a local service only)
https://guruofsales.com/jobs (As promised before. I didn’t forget)
https://guruofsales.com/advertise (To advertise with us)
More pages in the next update.

New categories:
Some of you may know that me and my guest bloggers ran 26 blogs, I joining 5 of them into this blog, also joining most of the other blogs to be sold (Already have 3 offers on the table). In results of that, I added more categories to this blog to reflect the changes.
New categories will involve more than the main purpose of this blog, to include technology (Mainly gadgets) and environment issues like global warming.
In results of the new changes, you will see much more traffic on this blog and we’ll try to keep it all connected. I am also taking this opportunity to announce that some of my bloggers are leaving to be on their own and will only blog here occasionally. So, within a week, I will post for a blogging job opening (Again!) so keep an eye if you’re looking for some extra income.
I had to include this post under all the categories, otherwise, the categories will not show. Take a look near the end of the sidebar to check the new categories.

I would like to thank everyone that worked with me to make all this possible.

Until next time friends 🙂

Finally I am on PayPal’s developer directory.

I took the PayPal certified developer test back in July, right after eBay live in Boston (What a blast that was), I have passed the test and received the rights to use the logo, however, up until last Friday, my name was not listed on the PayPal certified developer directory.

How did I finally get listed?

With the help of my friends at PayPal, when we met (some of them we met back at eBay live in Boston and at the PayPal party bus) at the PayPal developer day in the heart of New York City.

Great event that PayPal just started few weeks ago, at the event, you will get the study guide and meet PayPal’s own developers that traveled all the way to share their knowledge.

Below in the picture is me and Damon Williams, the PayPal developer program manager and a fellow blogger on the developer blogs as well.

PayPal certified developer with Damon

After I got listed, my phone started ringing again, 3 clients so far, This directory is very powerful marketing tool.

To check the directory go to: This page

To take the exam ($150 per test with retaking option) go to: This page