September 9, 2008

Indian IT MBA applicants, Google adsense & more

Some updates from my side.

I am leaving for a special course which will keep me away from cyberspace for 10-15 days. But before I leave I'll add a new thread on the forums. It's about Indian IT Males applying for MBA to various b-schools. Check it out in b-school in general section it will be up by tomorrow morning.

Also there are some changes I have done in my blog layout. I have removed "partner blog" part from the column. Also I have added list of recommended books for MBA preparation. I felt to add it as application season is coming soon it would be beneficial to the readers. I would recommend to buy these books. Some of the books will help you in long run, not only will help you during the application process but also during your actual MBA course. Well! you can check the amazon reviews if you don't trust me.

And last but not the least: I have removed Google advertisements from this blog. I just said "not the least" right? it's a big move from my side. I am worried if it hampers my blog writing motivation (?) But what the heck! I have decided to get rid of it.

While writing this blog post I was writing an article on my other blog (which has great scope of improvement; still) I would suggest you to go through it, as I think it's important for at least IIMs. (Indian IT Males I meant.)

2 comments:

Michael Dinerstein (Manhattan GMAT) said...

Hi there. We thought your readers may be interested in previewing the Manhattan GMAT Third Edition Strategy Guides, which will be released in the coming weeks. The Third Edition Guides, which have been redeveloped according to the feedback of our students and Instructors, come with new and expanded sections to keep up with the continually-changing GMAT.

As we get closer to the release date, more information will be available on our website to help everyone understand the changes made to the books and how they’ll affect study plans. Right now, though, people can head over to our website to check out examples of the updates to the new Strategy Guides.

Thanks!

Johny Cage said...

thanks for the info

September 9, 2008

Indian IT MBA applicants, Google adsense & more

Some updates from my side.

I am leaving for a special course which will keep me away from cyberspace for 10-15 days. But before I leave I'll add a new thread on the forums. It's about Indian IT Males applying for MBA to various b-schools. Check it out in b-school in general section it will be up by tomorrow morning.

Also there are some changes I have done in my blog layout. I have removed "partner blog" part from the column. Also I have added list of recommended books for MBA preparation. I felt to add it as application season is coming soon it would be beneficial to the readers. I would recommend to buy these books. Some of the books will help you in long run, not only will help you during the application process but also during your actual MBA course. Well! you can check the amazon reviews if you don't trust me.

And last but not the least: I have removed Google advertisements from this blog. I just said "not the least" right? it's a big move from my side. I am worried if it hampers my blog writing motivation (?) But what the heck! I have decided to get rid of it.

While writing this blog post I was writing an article on my other blog (which has great scope of improvement; still) I would suggest you to go through it, as I think it's important for at least IIMs. (Indian IT Males I meant.)

2 comments:

Michael Dinerstein (Manhattan GMAT) said...

Hi there. We thought your readers may be interested in previewing the Manhattan GMAT Third Edition Strategy Guides, which will be released in the coming weeks. The Third Edition Guides, which have been redeveloped according to the feedback of our students and Instructors, come with new and expanded sections to keep up with the continually-changing GMAT.

As we get closer to the release date, more information will be available on our website to help everyone understand the changes made to the books and how they’ll affect study plans. Right now, though, people can head over to our website to check out examples of the updates to the new Strategy Guides.

Thanks!

Johny Cage said...

thanks for the info