Short Term Non-Paid Marketing Tactics

I know the importance of long term thinking. I’ve seen how much it has paid off in my life. But something which I feel is relatively low effort is – adopting a platform’s new features and gaining a quick (often temporary boost) because of it. I’ll explain. The result of these activities is simple – […]

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The Beauty of Email Sequences

I really can’t believe email sequences are *not* more popular than they are. I also can’t believe that there exist people on the web who teach or coach online and they aren’t using it… yet. If you think about it, every business spends loads of time educating their potential customers. I mean that is what […]

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Never Build A Custom Website For Validation

If there is one thing I regret doing for my clients when I started out, it is that I helped them build a custom website focused on “unique design” before even finding their first 3 customers. See, the truth is nobody wins. First off, there is the probability of your website actually converting anybody when […]

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The 1st Thing I Recommend You Do When Setting a New WordPress Website! (Esp. DIYers, Solopreneurs)

Just wanted to share this, as I noticed by experience that this is the most common mistake most clients of mine do (and amateur web developers.. and less experienced web designers) …The mistake is that THEY USE LARGE IMAGES. (and this can kill their website’s potential) And by the way if you’re using Thrive themes’ […]

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What Is the Optimum Number of Questions When Using Thrive Quiz Builder so That It Is Not Too Long or Too Short?

This post was originally an answer by me in our Free Facebook group (Learn Thrive Themes + Plugins). Question was posted by our member Zakia R and I’m re-posting it here for everyone’s benefit. Her question: “When using Quiz Builder, is there a certain number of questions we should aim so that it is not […]

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