Do you remember the kid in school that got the piece of tape slapped on his back with the words ‘kick me’ written on it?
He was the one that got picked on hence the ‘kick me’ campaign.
In full transparency, I was victim of this on several occasions until I finally turned around and decked a kid named Jeff Overton for RETARGETING me.
He was trying to steal my snacks…eh! The vermin!
Yes, I was retargeted…old school version.
If you don’t know what retargeting is, it’s the ability to grab the information from someone who visited your website or an ad you’re running. With that info you can run further ads to that same visitor, massively increasing your awareness and/or conversions because that visitor has seen you before.
It is very powerful.
Chances are you’re not doing it. And actually that’s ok…for now.
For now…not in the future.Continue reading
Facebook has posted to their Messenger Newsroom page outlining impending updates to their Messenger platform and how third party services can use it.
This comes in the wake of their privacy/data controversy and in my video I’ll give you my take on what it means going forward.Continue reading
Plus, check out Cave Creek, Arizona and what I didn’t expect…Continue reading
Twitter announced last month that they are severely limiting the use of bots and automation by users of their service in an effort to combat spam.
While this is certainly true, I will tell you what I think they have planned as a result of this latest update.Continue reading
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
Yesterday, 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
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
Got some more questions in the past week so in the interest of being the helpful Gazillionaire that I am, I wanted to take a minute and answer them…
First the definition:Continue reading
If you’re doing some sort of daily content (and you SHOULD be) a blog is a great way to house that content, whether it be a straight blog post, quotes (or a series of quotes) video or audio.
However, I see a lot of people making basic mistakes on their blog posts.
Here are the most common ones I see and how you can fix them:Continue reading
Anyone involved in finance, the stock market, home-based business and hell…even the regular ‘Joe’ walking down the street is probably now familiar with Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency.
The metoric rise of this digital phenomenon really started in 2009 with the creation of Bitcoin. Since then hundreds of ‘Crypto-Coins’ have flooded the market with most of them being nothing more than ponzi-schemes.
Then in early January of 2018 there was a sizable crash.