I'm sure you're already thinking ahead, but I found success by retargeting Video viewers with a more direct ad. People don't tend to take action on a video, but if they watch it all the way through, they're interested. Those were good candidates to follow up with an offer or discount.
I can't recall if Mailchimp automatically splits them, but you can definitely add individual tags to split up your audience. So if you're sending traffic to a specific landing page (or just using the appropriate UTM Tags), you can make sure the audience from a specific url...
But I've seen the corporate push to feed the lower classes cheap processed and profitable factory-farmed meat for awhile now. Considering the irreparable damage and millions of lives lost just with the "carb demonization"movements of Keto and Paleo with MILLIONS dead of preventable heart...
At the risk of derailing the thread, would you (or anyone!) recommend a specific plant-based cookbook/recipe website?
I'm not ready to make a complete switch, but the wife and I need to add in more vegetables. We tend to create one pot meals, which can limit the amount of vegetables we work in.
Oh, I'm excited for all of you! Atlas Shrugged is a great novel.
One suggestion I have is to split the book into three separate readings. The book is conveniently split into three 'books', and I find them to be a natural stopping point. Atlas Shrugged can be...a lot (it's not necessarily...
You can order a firearm online and have it shipped to any local dealer for a small charge (I think $25 is standard)?
As a whole, I think this market is just going to grow.
I'm going to get slightly political (if I go to far, my apologies), but only to discuss how this affects things in a...
In copywriting, there is something called "The Big Idea / The System". Essentially, it boils down your entire into pitch into a mechanism.
This is not a bad thing. If you have built a diet that has worked for every client provided they follow it, you want it to stand out. So why not brand it...
Beautiful. A worthy ending to this thread (perhaps a future Gold?).
I will recommend the book, Don't Shoot the Dog for anyone interested in wanting to adopt this type of training to their life. Psychology books are well and good for learning, but books like this are devoted specifically on how...
At this point, there are only two reasons someone is saying no to this offer:
1) Moving doesn't fit with your life right now (Wife, mortgage, business ties you down, etc)
2) Limiting beliefs
Johnny Boy is giving you the opportunity of a life time, with what amounts to no risk. If you've got...
You mentioned your parents aren't respecting the work you do.
This is because of one of three reasons:
1) You're not really working. You're spinning your wheels, half-starting, reading too much, or any number of things. They're right.
2) You ARE really working You're either making money or...
Season 8, Episode 4:
Euron continues to be a terrible villain that inspires sighs rather than fear.
We learn that 6/7ths of Westeros bent the knee to Aegon Targaryen because no one thought to build a big crossbow.
Only one person (#SansafortheThrone) realizes that sending your...
This attitude just...infuriates me.
If you think that life is misery and terrible, why not give your free time to a soup kitchen or volunteer somewhere?
"There is no magical third act where I'm the star in some fantasy adventure."
You could be a star (or at least a big character). Give...
A few years ago I looked into Wattpad.
I'd say one of its biggest problems (or strength) is its audience. It was heavily female oriented, aged 13-25, and almost entirely based around romance (usually fanfics or rip-offs of 50 Shades of Gray).
That said, I don't know if anything has changed...
My Review: 4 stars out of 5 stars
I bought Atomic Habits a couple of months ago when it was on sale. I'm glad that it was picked up by the Fastlaners as it gave me an excuse to move it to the top of the queue.
I think one major aspect of our reviews is where you are at with your life / mindset.
Do you have any issues pushing yourself? Do you stop your workout at the first sign of pain (not sharp, serious pain, just general fatigue)? Or do you get a good workout in every time?
If you’re the type to...
My Rating: 5 stars out of 5 stars
Disclaimer 1: Before I begin my review, I want to preface it with this. Despite my high rating, I either agree with everything MJ (and many others) say in his review or think it is a fair...
Just started Goggins' book. My thought was that I would need to make sure to carve out some time to get through the first few chapters so I would be ready for the discussion.
f*ck. I'm already on page 88 and I can't put this thing down.