If you’ve been around Internet marketing for more than 5 minutes, I’m sure you’ve heard about the importance of split testing your landing pages. I believe that the only time you should stop split testing, is when your conversion rate reaches 100% (which honestly won’t ever happen). I’ve had an old campaign running with search […]
Last night I went to a new local restaurant (Fireside Cafe in Vancouver, WA) with my wife and a few friends. My friend had been raving about how great the place was for weeks and how great their nachos were, so we finally decided to go. All excited for nachos, we sat down at the […]
when it comes to your campaigns and if they are successful or a waste of money. I’m assuming you at least know a little about HTML, otherwise you need to learn some of the basics (unless of course you just want to outsource everything).
Everyday when I drive into my office there is an old homeless guy standing on the same corner begging for money at a very busy intersection that I pass. While he may or not realize it (I’m sure he does), he is a total marketer and has got me thinking about split testing my landing pages this week.
It’s no secret that David Hasselhoff loves Vodka with a dirty passion. Just today he was rushed to the hospital for the second time in 5 months, which makes at least 5 times he has vacationed in the local hospital in the past few years for alcohol poisoning. Pretty much anyone you ask will tell you “The Hoff” has a problem. The more I think about it, the more I realize that a lot of people are acting like Hasselhoff when it comes to marketing and they need to stop.
It has been about 6 months since I broke free from the corporate world and started up my own business working from home. While it has been challenging, it has been the greatest decision I’ve made for my career. Working from home has given me a lot of freedom, however the past few months I’ve started going a little crazy always being there. Working from home is definitely not for everyone, but there are plenty of options outside of the home office office where you can go run your business.