Maybe you’ve heard the saying in online marketing, ‘moving the free line’?
Basically it’s a process where a product seller gives more and more of his ‘stuff’ to their customers and/or prospects for free…usually to build goodwill, trust and to educate. So ‘moving’ the free line is merely giving away more freebies before you offer a paid product to them.Continue reading
Back in October, Google unveiled a new open source project called Accelerated Mobile Pages.
The project’s purpose is to get web pages to load more quickly on mobile devices, thus providing a better user experience.
On Tuesday, Google announced it will start sending traffic to these pages in 2016Continue reading
Have you been planning to start your blog but keep putting it off? Well now you have no excuse…
Hostgator is running their yearly Hostgator Black Friday Sale where you can get your blog online for as low as $1.39. They are also offering discounts on domain name purchases.
Moving any of your online data to another service is never fun and can be downright nerve-wracking. Who wants to risk losing some of their data?
Well, if you have email leads and want to move them somewhere else, online autoresponder service Aweber has now made this process MUCH easier.Continue reading
Are you a Gmail user that has had issues missing some of your email? I occasionally lose some of mine only to find them in my spam folder.
Gmail is rolling out a new feature update which will show your emails that are accidently caught in your spam folder when you do a search of your regular inbox.Continue reading
If you ever get a chance to visit the Southern California low desert, make sure you pay a visit to a little town called Borrego Springs.
There, in the center of town, you’ll find a 70’s-ish looking restaurant-burger-joint-cold-beer-bar called Carlee’s Place.Continue reading
With most brands centering their online marketing around Social Media , an old publishing stalwart is utilizing a savvy email newsletter strategy and finding success.
The New York Times, one of the oldest newspapers around, has launched 33 niche-based email newsletters (12 of them on the last year) and is enjoying a high open rate and an extremely engaged audience due to an aggressive email newsletter strategy:Continue reading
As a lifelong desert lover and partial time resident I really enjoy attending the Borrego Days Desert Festival in Borrego Springs, California.
The Borrego Days Desert Festival is a yearly gathering of people, food, music, art and community (from Oct. 23rd to 25th) set in a beautiful desert valley about 2 hours east of San Diego. And I cannot overstate the beauty here!Continue reading
I am not a big gambler, but one place where I thoroughly love staying is the Fantasy Springs Resort and Casino in Indio, California.Continue reading
Yes, it’s true! You can make millions in the next 30 days by sitting around working 2 hours a week while you answer email …
Well, no you can’t. But you’ll certainly struggle to make money online if you refuse to answer email from your prospects and customers in a timely manner.Continue reading