Opt-in Email Lists can are essential to operating a business. Imagine operating a furniture company and this weekend you’re running a special.
Well you could purchase radio advertising, PPC, and a slew of other options but emailing your current customers that are likely to buy from you again, well that doesn’t cost anything.
I do have something special I’d like to announce, today is my Birthday - Happy Birthday to me! I’m at the ripe young age of 27 with many more years a head of me; I hope.
One thing that I’ve done the last few years is deciding an overall goal for the year. Much like people decided new years resolutions I pick a “fortune cookie goal”. Allow me to explain, when I turned 26 I said, “this is the year for trying new things and pushing myself out of my comfort zone”.
I’d like to say everything was a positive experience but not so much. Although I did learn a lot, tried a host of new things and learned what I didn’t like and more importantly what I did.
This year, I’m focusing on personal and financial growth. I have a pretty clear-cut plan of the direction I’d like to sail this ship so drop the sails and let’s head out to sea! Keep Reading
Getting my Apple iPhone and Macbook to sync seamlessly with Google Calendar has been a problem. Against my better judgement I was ready to jump ship from Google Calendar and migrate to iCloud. There are positives and negatives and in this case the negatives out-weighted the positives. But what I wanted was to sync my Apple devices seamlessly with Google and have the ability to add a new event anywhere while having it populate across my Apple iPhone, Macbook and Google Calendar. So with a few hours of searching the web this is what I found.My requirements:
- Use only native apps to Macbook, Apple iPhone and Google.
- Syncing needed to be universal, so no matter where I entered the data it was changed across Apple iPhone, Macbook and Google Calendar.
- Ability to add/change/delete events on any of my google calendars.
In my MacBook Apple iCal I setup my google calendar in the accounts preferences then in the delegation tab I selected the calendars that I wanted to view. The problem I encountered that I read-only access to these calendars. I couldn’t create a new event in the delegated calendar and have it post to Google.Keep Reading
When I made the switch to the new Retina Macbook Pro I quickly noticed that my website logos looked blurry. Websites even like Facebook and just about every other site looked the same. So below I’ve outlined a little trick that will help you have to sharpest logo.
I stumbled upon this while on Vimeo on day wondered how is their logo is so crisp. I quickly noticed they were using an SVG format. With a little research this is what I found:
Death bites. But dying while healthy, rich and free enough to drink life to the last drop is ludicrous.
The idea’s premise resonates. That’s why I have created a dream “do” list!
This list is far from complete and will probably be ever changing but I’ve already started to cross some items off!