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What the Facebook Cambridge Analytica Scandal Means for Online Marketers


Facebook Cambridge Analytica ScandalThe Facebook Cambridge Analytica Scandal has been dominating the headlines for the last few days with people wondering just how much their personal data is at risk.

But let’s look at how these missteps might affect online marketers that advertise on the social giant.Continue reading

Blue Angels at Luke Air Force Base (+ my Facebook Privacy Rant) [Dot Com Vlog 7]


Blue Angels at Luke Air Force Base...Facebook PrivacyIn today’s Vlog (Episode #7) I got a pleasant surprise when I found out about an air show going on near me. I had no idea who was going to perform (last Saturday) but it was awesome.

I also touched on the recent news of the Facebook privacy scandal and my thoughts on it.

Go check it out…Continue reading

Email, Facebook Custom Audiences…and Cigars [Dot Com Vlog 6]

Email, Facebook Custom Audiences...and Cigars

Email, Facebook Custom Audiences…and Cigars

Dot Com Vlog #6 brings you the best in shopping, food, cigars and an introduction to proper email marketing with Facebook (well maybe not the shopping).

Although competition grows every day in the online business space, most marketers are too lazy to adopt the latest strategies in order to grow their business.

Tune in and I’ll give you an intro…Continue reading

It’s Never Too Late for a Comeback (Plus the Ponies!) [Dot Com Vlog 5]


It's Never Too Late for a ComebackIn today’s edition of my Dot Com Vlog (Episode #5) I’ll show you 3 great examples of why it’s never too late for a comeback:

Tiger Woods, Goodyear, Arizona and 2nd race at Turf Paradise…Continue reading

When and WHY You Shouldn’t go to Company Events


All I ever seem to hear from business builders and companies alike is…

“You HAVE to get to our company megalistic event! You’ll be at a big disadvantage if you don’t go!”

You don’t…and you won’t.Continue reading

A Tale of Persistence (if this guy can…you have NO excuse)


persistenceYesterday, Amazon agreed to buy ‘Ring’, a company that makes WIFI enabled doorbells and other ‘smart’ products for a reported 1 BILLION dollars.

But it was far from easy to get to this point…

In his quest to raise money, the company’s founder, Jamie Siminoff, ran out of money and was rejected by ‘Shark Tank’ in 2013. But that did not deter him.Continue reading

Why I Switched to ActiveCampaign (+ Internet & Insta Trouble) [Dot Com Vlog 4]


In today’s edition of my Dot Com Vlog (Episode #4) I talk about why I switched back to ActiveCampaign Autoresponder and ditched Drip. (I also still have a long-time back up as well)

I also have an update on my internet troubles with Cox and some confusing instructions from them.

I cover why I do NOT currently use either LeadPages or ClickFunnels for my landing and funnel pages and what I DO use and my Olympic aspirations.

Check it out…Continue reading

Senate Hearing on Cryptocurrency Yesterday: Regulation is Coming


Yesterday The Senate Banking Committee along with the Securities and Exchange Commission issued testimony on possible upcoming regulation that might take place for the Cryptocurrency industry.

What’s interesting is that the sentiment of the hearing was in many ways a positive outlook for Cryptos going forward.Continue reading

Tesla Pushes One Step Closer to Ending the Power Monopoly


Tesla will start selling its solar gear for the in approximately 800 Home Depot stores starting in the first half of this year as the famous electric car giant makes a major test push in to the home consumer market Bloomberg reports.

Lowe’s may also join the fray to sell Tesla’s solar offerings.Continue reading

Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Ads – Do This Instead


Last week Facebook announced they would ban all Cryptocurrency related advertising on their network due to the amount of scams that have piggy-backed on the popularity of Bitcoin and other emerging Cryptocurrencies:Continue reading

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