OMG Machines is a eBook that is presented in 52 pages (of course the videos are the core of the course) with 15 over the shoulder videos. In these videos Greg starts a website from scratch till it is ranked on top of Google. Every single step is illustrated with on page SEO and building backlinks. The website is based on local marketing but Greg is creating a new one at the moment about affiliate website (the ranking method is the same). The idea in summary is to build mini-sites (staple sites) based on a specific keyword then build backlinks to rank them (this is the golden part).
"Swedish ambient/downtempo pioneer Magnus Birgersson, better known by his stage name Solar Fields, is the first artist to release material under the newborn Sidereal label. The music chosen is a collection of pieces which have never been available on any physical format, albeit released digitally in 2014. Birgersson presents RGB as follows: ?During the last 13 years I have been composing a lot of music for different compilations around the world. I felt that today most of those tracks have fallen into shadow. I decided to collect some of the tracks, make up-to-date mixes and give them a fresh mastering to bring them back to life again. The outcome is 3 albums that are called Red, Green and Blue - the RGB collection."
As a leading concert organist, Prof. Jean-Christophe Geiser has enjoyed a rapid career since 1991 when at the age of 26 he was named competition winner for the prestigious position of titular organist of the Cathedral of Lausanne, Switzerland's most important gothic building. In 1993, he was appointed professor of organ at the Lausanne University of Music, where he is currently dean of the organ department. He is also artistic director of the Cathedral’s Concert Society. He studied at the Berne University of Music with Otto Seger, earning a diploma in piano, and with Heinrich Gurtner, learning a soloist’s diploma with honors. He was twice awarded the Prix de la Fondation Göhner, enabling him to study organ further with François-Henri Houbart as well as to attend a number of diverse courses in performance and interpretation.