Today’s Dot Com Vlog #2 brought me to my home state of California for some business (some good ranting), fun and of course…wings, ribs and more ribs.
And of course, I also cover the past weeks’ dot com commentary and trainings.
Check it out…
It has happened to all of us.
You’re out and about…enjoying your night with friends.
You meet someone. They’re great looking. Witty and funny. (Seemingly) self-assured.
But then it starts to come out.Continue reading
This is to make way for their expanding ecommerce operations. Translation: This is a cost-cutting move to not only save money but to be more efficient and competitive with the likes of Amazon.Continue reading
Let’s make this clear: I was not born to be a video editor…or at least understand how to make one work. But alas, I did manage to get my first Vlog online this past week (you did sub to my Youtube channel, right??). But not without countless technical gremlins (has there ever been a nice gremlin??).
Now you may be asking “why are you Vlogging now…aren’t you a boring-ass (and extremely successful) internet marketer who just talks about SEO and VSL’s??” Well…yeah (on the successful part). But my master plan of world domination includes Vlogging…and this week it also includes some commentary on Sam’s Club (scary stuff), profiting from your ‘no’s’ (you scammer!), Facebook’s algorithm curveball (that pesky Mr. Zuck strikes again!) and some good ‘ol fashioned online training.
Let’s get you caught up…Continue reading
Facebook is about to roll out a BIG change to its newsfeed algorithm…and it IS going to affect what you see going forward.
In a post on the Facebook’s newsroom blog, founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg outlined what they are doing but more importantly why…Continue reading
Let me just get right to the point:
Walmart is closing 63 Sam’s Club stores across the US as it moves in to ecommerce…Continue reading
Today I’m answering some of the recent questions I’ve received regarding Facebook’s Recent Algorithm Change, the value of blogging and more juicy marketing tidbits.
So let’s get the party started…
There seems to be somewhat of a growing consensus that blogging is a waste of time. It’s no. The mere fact that billions of web pages are searched every day is evidence of this. I also go deeper in to this as well as running ads on blogs and overall monetization. I also talk about automated news sites.
Has Facebook rolled out an algorithm change for personal profiles? Here’s my take… Also, I talk about mastering just ONE traffic source.
Someone asked me if they should buy an email list that was offered for sale to them (2 million names for $375). Here’s my answer.
Are in Cryptocurrency? That’s the question I get 10 times a day. Watch my video to find out.
The content hasn’t been the issue…it’s technical.
I think Windows Movie Maker is junk (I’m betting you video junkies are laughing at me). Well onward!!!Continue reading
Marketers really underestimate the power of a good ‘About Us’ page.
Since it’s one of the most visited pages on most websites let me show you how to build an about us page that converts.Continue reading
There’s a very popular, well-known analogy about the odds of success: It’s about baseball players. A baseball player that averages a .300 batting average is considered very good, if not great. That means…for every 10 times he steps up to the plate he gets a hit ‘only’ 3 times out of that 10.
Now let’s take Colonel Sanders, who created Kentucky Fried Chicken. He was a driven guy but had years of failed jobs and personal relationships. But at the age of 73, he hit it when he sold (now named) KFC for millions.
The California-based hard rock band Van Halen slugged it out in the LA club scene for years playing 6 days a week sometimes doing 6 sets a night in the mid to late 70’s. Every record label snubbed them over and over until they garnered such a huge following on their own (they started pulling in thousands to their shows) that Warner Brothers Records signed them to a recording contract. They went on the become one of the biggest selling artists in history.
But this is not about sticking out until you hit it…Continue reading