About

Fred Horstman is an oldie American living in Tokyo, Japan. He has only been interested in Internet Marketing since October of 2012.  At that time he bought his first computer (really!) and the only thing he could do was search  for stuff on Google.  He was a real newbie.  Through his trials and many errors he has learned a lot and the information he has learned is valuable to baby boomers who are also new to Internet Marketing.  His goal with this blog is to inform and help people before they go through the same frustration and rejection he has gone through. Feel free to comment and help this oldie newbie from the Pearl of the Orient.

Location of Tokyo within Japan

Location of Tokyo within Japan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p>An old, wrinkled, white-bearded newbie in Internet Marketing who loves gardening.</p>&mdash; Fred Horstman (@fredgarden8) <a href=”https://twitter.com/fredgarden8/statuses/295913125742530560″>January 28, 2013</a></blockquote>
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13 thoughts on “About”

  1. Morning teacher said:

    Thanks for mentioning this site to me this morning. I’m the other teacher that you met this morning. One suggestion I have for you. For an oldie, why don’t you write about viagra and erectile dysfunction and the like? We can talk over coffee and I can talk about my experience. No, I am not selling it and I don’t know a seller. I get all erectile dysfunction stuff from my doctor. I bring this up to you, because your blog has oldie in it.

  2. I might be old, but no dysfunction yet. It still functions, but it takes a hell of a lot long. That might be a good thing. Remember the song, “Get on up and sock it to me?” Anyway thanks for checking out my blog. If you are not into Internet Marketing, it is a good place to get some good, basic info. See ya next week.

  3. And with luck, there will never be any dysfunction Fred. Way to handle the rudeness friend.

  4. Thanks for the real comment. It is good to get a comment from someone who isn’t trying to sell microwaves, bicycles, and designer clothes on my comment pages.

  5. You’ve met some ambitious salespeople. I’d think that it’s difficult enough to sell a microwave in the comments, let alone all three. =;)-

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  7. Hello Rocky0221,
    I would like to see what you have written or your site. Your site was unavailable. Thanks for visiting and thanks for the comment.

  8. By the way, how can we communicate?

  9. You just did. I see all the comments that come in.

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