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Michael . Member since: 4 months ago

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2019-10-15

Michael replied to lead magnet implementation

It all depends on the audience you are targeting and the product demos that you will be sending them. 


1 month ago

2019-09-23

Michael replied to Email marketing platforms?

ExpressPigeon offers a fully white-labeled solution that includes not only SPF and DKIM but also a reverse DNS lookup (PTR). This means that when the ISPs try to look up a domain name from the IP address, it will resolve to your company’s domain. All these things help with delivery, reputation and inboxing.


1 month ago

2019-07-30

Hello! 
Guys, I'm a beginner, I have a Shopify store, I spent about 12$ on advertising 4$/day but without any purchase. despite the best choice of the audience. In addition, I don't know what's the matter with my Fb pixel it's showing 6 interaction ( view content ) in the last 2 days but my ads managers are showing 255 reaches.I don't get it.

3 months ago

2019-07-16

Lookalike audiences are Facebook segmentation tool that helps you find the user whose interests and demographics are similar to those of your existing followers. It is easy to create and implement - an extremely powerful marketing tool for finding high-converting users. 

While you might have a good idea of who your ideal customer is, lookalike audiences dissect your existing followers and user base to find their commonalities. Facebook leverages its massive trove of customer data to connect the dots between your target audience, helping you find highly-qualified users you previously wouldn't have been able to reach. Most importantly, this informed targeting optimizes your media spend and lowers the cost of acquisition in the process.



4 months ago

2019-07-09

Michael published All about Guest Blogging

What are some major benefits of guest blogging? Is it time taking process? Should I go for it? Will this bring the more organic user to my site? Is there any good software available for guest blogging?

4 months ago

2019-06-27

Michael replied to Facebook Vs Instagram

Twitter is in <3

4 months ago
Michael replied to Effective media buying

A media strategy is a plan of action that helps businesses reach their target audience and improve their overall conversion rate. Key components that a business needs to consider while creating its media strategy:

  1. Identifying the target market
  2. Learning the importance of measurable objectives
  3. Determining its marketing budget
  4. Analyzing the results

4 months ago
Michael favorited a reply

  1. Campaign design: Your marketing team must first think about it.
  2. Campaign strategy: You need to have a strategy for delivering campaign messages. For example, determine the best media channels (TV, billboard, radio, online, etc) and outlets to receive your company's messages.
  3. Vendor Adjustments: Once your strategy is in place, the next step is to contact the innumerable vendors, review the offerings and adjust the various options available.

  1. Vendor negotiation: You will need to negotiate what space or spots you will receive, along with trying to secure the best available pricing for each buy.
  2. Artwork: Once the vendor negotiation is complete, you will then need to generate artwork of varying sizes and formats for the different campaign activations.
  3. Production: The artwork forms must be coordinated into the production of varying creatives on different substrates for the various media formats.
  4. Operations coordination: The artwork must then be supplied to the media vendors in a clear and concise manner with specific posting instructions to ensure on-time posting and to avoid any confusion. Digital advertising is generally easier to see through to completion, while outdoor advertising campaigns can be more complex as they involve tighter deadlines and specific operations and installation teams.
  5. Proofs of posting: Waiting for your proofs of posting can be frustrating because they are generally delayed several weeks following a campaign's start date.
  6. Remediation of any errors: If the media postings that you requested are not correctly done, you will need to fight for some sort of resolution with your vendors. 

4 months ago

It depends on what you think of full-time income. 5-8k / month? Anyway, I think it is fair to say that the way people have done this is by choosing a beneficial niche. Establish a relationship with the audience of that niche by creating an email list (top with health, wealth, romance) and customers (you can find or search through social media )

Regardless of the platform or method, the mailing list is yours, and you can not take it away from you (as opposed to a social media account where you "borrow space")

Your job is basically to recommend products or services that you like, believe in, or have tried. There are tons to choose from.

Afterward, you can create your own product, and have affiliates sell it for you, although you can make a full-time income by just creating a loyal audience you recommend other peoples products go through the email list, which is the most "time tested" method, in my opinion (aside from blogging, which can build your email list too)


4 months ago

2019-10-15

Michael replied to lead magnet implementation

It all depends on the audience you are targeting and the product demos that you will be sending them. 


1 month ago

2019-09-23

Michael replied to Email marketing platforms?

ExpressPigeon offers a fully white-labeled solution that includes not only SPF and DKIM but also a reverse DNS lookup (PTR). This means that when the ISPs try to look up a domain name from the IP address, it will resolve to your company’s domain. All these things help with delivery, reputation and inboxing.


1 month ago

2019-07-30

Hello! 
Guys, I'm a beginner, I have a Shopify store, I spent about 12$ on advertising 4$/day but without any purchase. despite the best choice of the audience. In addition, I don't know what's the matter with my Fb pixel it's showing 6 interaction ( view content ) in the last 2 days but my ads managers are showing 255 reaches.I don't get it.

3 months ago

2019-07-16

Lookalike audiences are Facebook segmentation tool that helps you find the user whose interests and demographics are similar to those of your existing followers. It is easy to create and implement - an extremely powerful marketing tool for finding high-converting users. 

While you might have a good idea of who your ideal customer is, lookalike audiences dissect your existing followers and user base to find their commonalities. Facebook leverages its massive trove of customer data to connect the dots between your target audience, helping you find highly-qualified users you previously wouldn't have been able to reach. Most importantly, this informed targeting optimizes your media spend and lowers the cost of acquisition in the process.



4 months ago

2019-07-09

Michael published All about Guest Blogging

What are some major benefits of guest blogging? Is it time taking process? Should I go for it? Will this bring the more organic user to my site? Is there any good software available for guest blogging?

4 months ago

2019-06-27

Michael replied to Facebook Vs Instagram

Twitter is in <3

4 months ago
Michael replied to Effective media buying

A media strategy is a plan of action that helps businesses reach their target audience and improve their overall conversion rate. Key components that a business needs to consider while creating its media strategy:

  1. Identifying the target market
  2. Learning the importance of measurable objectives
  3. Determining its marketing budget
  4. Analyzing the results

4 months ago
Michael favorited a reply

  1. Campaign design: Your marketing team must first think about it.
  2. Campaign strategy: You need to have a strategy for delivering campaign messages. For example, determine the best media channels (TV, billboard, radio, online, etc) and outlets to receive your company's messages.
  3. Vendor Adjustments: Once your strategy is in place, the next step is to contact the innumerable vendors, review the offerings and adjust the various options available.

  1. Vendor negotiation: You will need to negotiate what space or spots you will receive, along with trying to secure the best available pricing for each buy.
  2. Artwork: Once the vendor negotiation is complete, you will then need to generate artwork of varying sizes and formats for the different campaign activations.
  3. Production: The artwork forms must be coordinated into the production of varying creatives on different substrates for the various media formats.
  4. Operations coordination: The artwork must then be supplied to the media vendors in a clear and concise manner with specific posting instructions to ensure on-time posting and to avoid any confusion. Digital advertising is generally easier to see through to completion, while outdoor advertising campaigns can be more complex as they involve tighter deadlines and specific operations and installation teams.
  5. Proofs of posting: Waiting for your proofs of posting can be frustrating because they are generally delayed several weeks following a campaign's start date.
  6. Remediation of any errors: If the media postings that you requested are not correctly done, you will need to fight for some sort of resolution with your vendors. 

4 months ago

It depends on what you think of full-time income. 5-8k / month? Anyway, I think it is fair to say that the way people have done this is by choosing a beneficial niche. Establish a relationship with the audience of that niche by creating an email list (top with health, wealth, romance) and customers (you can find or search through social media )

Regardless of the platform or method, the mailing list is yours, and you can not take it away from you (as opposed to a social media account where you "borrow space")

Your job is basically to recommend products or services that you like, believe in, or have tried. There are tons to choose from.

Afterward, you can create your own product, and have affiliates sell it for you, although you can make a full-time income by just creating a loyal audience you recommend other peoples products go through the email list, which is the most "time tested" method, in my opinion (aside from blogging, which can build your email list too)


4 months ago

2019-10-15

Michael replied to lead magnet implementation

It all depends on the audience you are targeting and the product demos that you will be sending them. 


1 month ago

2019-09-23

Michael replied to Email marketing platforms?

ExpressPigeon offers a fully white-labeled solution that includes not only SPF and DKIM but also a reverse DNS lookup (PTR). This means that when the ISPs try to look up a domain name from the IP address, it will resolve to your company’s domain. All these things help with delivery, reputation and inboxing.


1 month ago

2019-07-30

Hello! 
Guys, I'm a beginner, I have a Shopify store, I spent about 12$ on advertising 4$/day but without any purchase. despite the best choice of the audience. In addition, I don't know what's the matter with my Fb pixel it's showing 6 interaction ( view content ) in the last 2 days but my ads managers are showing 255 reaches.I don't get it.

3 months ago

2019-07-16

Lookalike audiences are Facebook segmentation tool that helps you find the user whose interests and demographics are similar to those of your existing followers. It is easy to create and implement - an extremely powerful marketing tool for finding high-converting users. 

While you might have a good idea of who your ideal customer is, lookalike audiences dissect your existing followers and user base to find their commonalities. Facebook leverages its massive trove of customer data to connect the dots between your target audience, helping you find highly-qualified users you previously wouldn't have been able to reach. Most importantly, this informed targeting optimizes your media spend and lowers the cost of acquisition in the process.



4 months ago

2019-07-09

Michael published All about Guest Blogging

What are some major benefits of guest blogging? Is it time taking process? Should I go for it? Will this bring the more organic user to my site? Is there any good software available for guest blogging?

4 months ago

2019-06-27

Michael replied to Facebook Vs Instagram

Twitter is in <3

4 months ago
Michael replied to Effective media buying

A media strategy is a plan of action that helps businesses reach their target audience and improve their overall conversion rate. Key components that a business needs to consider while creating its media strategy:

  1. Identifying the target market
  2. Learning the importance of measurable objectives
  3. Determining its marketing budget
  4. Analyzing the results

4 months ago
Michael favorited a reply

  1. Campaign design: Your marketing team must first think about it.
  2. Campaign strategy: You need to have a strategy for delivering campaign messages. For example, determine the best media channels (TV, billboard, radio, online, etc) and outlets to receive your company's messages.
  3. Vendor Adjustments: Once your strategy is in place, the next step is to contact the innumerable vendors, review the offerings and adjust the various options available.

  1. Vendor negotiation: You will need to negotiate what space or spots you will receive, along with trying to secure the best available pricing for each buy.
  2. Artwork: Once the vendor negotiation is complete, you will then need to generate artwork of varying sizes and formats for the different campaign activations.
  3. Production: The artwork forms must be coordinated into the production of varying creatives on different substrates for the various media formats.
  4. Operations coordination: The artwork must then be supplied to the media vendors in a clear and concise manner with specific posting instructions to ensure on-time posting and to avoid any confusion. Digital advertising is generally easier to see through to completion, while outdoor advertising campaigns can be more complex as they involve tighter deadlines and specific operations and installation teams.
  5. Proofs of posting: Waiting for your proofs of posting can be frustrating because they are generally delayed several weeks following a campaign's start date.
  6. Remediation of any errors: If the media postings that you requested are not correctly done, you will need to fight for some sort of resolution with your vendors. 

4 months ago

It depends on what you think of full-time income. 5-8k / month? Anyway, I think it is fair to say that the way people have done this is by choosing a beneficial niche. Establish a relationship with the audience of that niche by creating an email list (top with health, wealth, romance) and customers (you can find or search through social media )

Regardless of the platform or method, the mailing list is yours, and you can not take it away from you (as opposed to a social media account where you "borrow space")

Your job is basically to recommend products or services that you like, believe in, or have tried. There are tons to choose from.

Afterward, you can create your own product, and have affiliates sell it for you, although you can make a full-time income by just creating a loyal audience you recommend other peoples products go through the email list, which is the most "time tested" method, in my opinion (aside from blogging, which can build your email list too)


4 months ago

2019-10-15

Michael replied to lead magnet implementation

It all depends on the audience you are targeting and the product demos that you will be sending them. 


1 month ago

2019-09-23

Michael replied to Email marketing platforms?

ExpressPigeon offers a fully white-labeled solution that includes not only SPF and DKIM but also a reverse DNS lookup (PTR). This means that when the ISPs try to look up a domain name from the IP address, it will resolve to your company’s domain. All these things help with delivery, reputation and inboxing.


1 month ago

2019-07-30

Hello! 
Guys, I'm a beginner, I have a Shopify store, I spent about 12$ on advertising 4$/day but without any purchase. despite the best choice of the audience. In addition, I don't know what's the matter with my Fb pixel it's showing 6 interaction ( view content ) in the last 2 days but my ads managers are showing 255 reaches.I don't get it.

3 months ago

2019-07-16

Lookalike audiences are Facebook segmentation tool that helps you find the user whose interests and demographics are similar to those of your existing followers. It is easy to create and implement - an extremely powerful marketing tool for finding high-converting users. 

While you might have a good idea of who your ideal customer is, lookalike audiences dissect your existing followers and user base to find their commonalities. Facebook leverages its massive trove of customer data to connect the dots between your target audience, helping you find highly-qualified users you previously wouldn't have been able to reach. Most importantly, this informed targeting optimizes your media spend and lowers the cost of acquisition in the process.



4 months ago

2019-07-09

Michael published All about Guest Blogging

What are some major benefits of guest blogging? Is it time taking process? Should I go for it? Will this bring the more organic user to my site? Is there any good software available for guest blogging?

4 months ago

2019-06-27

Michael replied to Facebook Vs Instagram

Twitter is in <3

4 months ago
Michael replied to Effective media buying

A media strategy is a plan of action that helps businesses reach their target audience and improve their overall conversion rate. Key components that a business needs to consider while creating its media strategy:

  1. Identifying the target market
  2. Learning the importance of measurable objectives
  3. Determining its marketing budget
  4. Analyzing the results

4 months ago
Michael favorited a reply

  1. Campaign design: Your marketing team must first think about it.
  2. Campaign strategy: You need to have a strategy for delivering campaign messages. For example, determine the best media channels (TV, billboard, radio, online, etc) and outlets to receive your company's messages.
  3. Vendor Adjustments: Once your strategy is in place, the next step is to contact the innumerable vendors, review the offerings and adjust the various options available.

  1. Vendor negotiation: You will need to negotiate what space or spots you will receive, along with trying to secure the best available pricing for each buy.
  2. Artwork: Once the vendor negotiation is complete, you will then need to generate artwork of varying sizes and formats for the different campaign activations.
  3. Production: The artwork forms must be coordinated into the production of varying creatives on different substrates for the various media formats.
  4. Operations coordination: The artwork must then be supplied to the media vendors in a clear and concise manner with specific posting instructions to ensure on-time posting and to avoid any confusion. Digital advertising is generally easier to see through to completion, while outdoor advertising campaigns can be more complex as they involve tighter deadlines and specific operations and installation teams.
  5. Proofs of posting: Waiting for your proofs of posting can be frustrating because they are generally delayed several weeks following a campaign's start date.
  6. Remediation of any errors: If the media postings that you requested are not correctly done, you will need to fight for some sort of resolution with your vendors. 

4 months ago

It depends on what you think of full-time income. 5-8k / month? Anyway, I think it is fair to say that the way people have done this is by choosing a beneficial niche. Establish a relationship with the audience of that niche by creating an email list (top with health, wealth, romance) and customers (you can find or search through social media )

Regardless of the platform or method, the mailing list is yours, and you can not take it away from you (as opposed to a social media account where you "borrow space")

Your job is basically to recommend products or services that you like, believe in, or have tried. There are tons to choose from.

Afterward, you can create your own product, and have affiliates sell it for you, although you can make a full-time income by just creating a loyal audience you recommend other peoples products go through the email list, which is the most "time tested" method, in my opinion (aside from blogging, which can build your email list too)


4 months ago

2019-10-15

Michael replied to lead magnet implementation

It all depends on the audience you are targeting and the product demos that you will be sending them. 


1 month ago

2019-09-23

Michael replied to Email marketing platforms?

ExpressPigeon offers a fully white-labeled solution that includes not only SPF and DKIM but also a reverse DNS lookup (PTR). This means that when the ISPs try to look up a domain name from the IP address, it will resolve to your company’s domain. All these things help with delivery, reputation and inboxing.


1 month ago

2019-07-30

Hello! 
Guys, I'm a beginner, I have a Shopify store, I spent about 12$ on advertising 4$/day but without any purchase. despite the best choice of the audience. In addition, I don't know what's the matter with my Fb pixel it's showing 6 interaction ( view content ) in the last 2 days but my ads managers are showing 255 reaches.I don't get it.

3 months ago

2019-07-16

Lookalike audiences are Facebook segmentation tool that helps you find the user whose interests and demographics are similar to those of your existing followers. It is easy to create and implement - an extremely powerful marketing tool for finding high-converting users. 

While you might have a good idea of who your ideal customer is, lookalike audiences dissect your existing followers and user base to find their commonalities. Facebook leverages its massive trove of customer data to connect the dots between your target audience, helping you find highly-qualified users you previously wouldn't have been able to reach. Most importantly, this informed targeting optimizes your media spend and lowers the cost of acquisition in the process.



4 months ago

2019-07-09

Michael published All about Guest Blogging

What are some major benefits of guest blogging? Is it time taking process? Should I go for it? Will this bring the more organic user to my site? Is there any good software available for guest blogging?

4 months ago

2019-06-27

Michael replied to Facebook Vs Instagram

Twitter is in <3

4 months ago
Michael replied to Effective media buying

A media strategy is a plan of action that helps businesses reach their target audience and improve their overall conversion rate. Key components that a business needs to consider while creating its media strategy:

  1. Identifying the target market
  2. Learning the importance of measurable objectives
  3. Determining its marketing budget
  4. Analyzing the results

4 months ago
Michael favorited a reply

  1. Campaign design: Your marketing team must first think about it.
  2. Campaign strategy: You need to have a strategy for delivering campaign messages. For example, determine the best media channels (TV, billboard, radio, online, etc) and outlets to receive your company's messages.
  3. Vendor Adjustments: Once your strategy is in place, the next step is to contact the innumerable vendors, review the offerings and adjust the various options available.

  1. Vendor negotiation: You will need to negotiate what space or spots you will receive, along with trying to secure the best available pricing for each buy.
  2. Artwork: Once the vendor negotiation is complete, you will then need to generate artwork of varying sizes and formats for the different campaign activations.
  3. Production: The artwork forms must be coordinated into the production of varying creatives on different substrates for the various media formats.
  4. Operations coordination: The artwork must then be supplied to the media vendors in a clear and concise manner with specific posting instructions to ensure on-time posting and to avoid any confusion. Digital advertising is generally easier to see through to completion, while outdoor advertising campaigns can be more complex as they involve tighter deadlines and specific operations and installation teams.
  5. Proofs of posting: Waiting for your proofs of posting can be frustrating because they are generally delayed several weeks following a campaign's start date.
  6. Remediation of any errors: If the media postings that you requested are not correctly done, you will need to fight for some sort of resolution with your vendors. 

4 months ago

It depends on what you think of full-time income. 5-8k / month? Anyway, I think it is fair to say that the way people have done this is by choosing a beneficial niche. Establish a relationship with the audience of that niche by creating an email list (top with health, wealth, romance) and customers (you can find or search through social media )

Regardless of the platform or method, the mailing list is yours, and you can not take it away from you (as opposed to a social media account where you "borrow space")

Your job is basically to recommend products or services that you like, believe in, or have tried. There are tons to choose from.

Afterward, you can create your own product, and have affiliates sell it for you, although you can make a full-time income by just creating a loyal audience you recommend other peoples products go through the email list, which is the most "time tested" method, in my opinion (aside from blogging, which can build your email list too)


4 months ago

2019-10-15

Michael replied to lead magnet implementation

It all depends on the audience you are targeting and the product demos that you will be sending them. 


1 month ago

2019-09-23

Michael replied to Email marketing platforms?

ExpressPigeon offers a fully white-labeled solution that includes not only SPF and DKIM but also a reverse DNS lookup (PTR). This means that when the ISPs try to look up a domain name from the IP address, it will resolve to your company’s domain. All these things help with delivery, reputation and inboxing.


1 month ago

2019-07-30

Hello! 
Guys, I'm a beginner, I have a Shopify store, I spent about 12$ on advertising 4$/day but without any purchase. despite the best choice of the audience. In addition, I don't know what's the matter with my Fb pixel it's showing 6 interaction ( view content ) in the last 2 days but my ads managers are showing 255 reaches.I don't get it.

3 months ago

2019-07-16

Lookalike audiences are Facebook segmentation tool that helps you find the user whose interests and demographics are similar to those of your existing followers. It is easy to create and implement - an extremely powerful marketing tool for finding high-converting users. 

While you might have a good idea of who your ideal customer is, lookalike audiences dissect your existing followers and user base to find their commonalities. Facebook leverages its massive trove of customer data to connect the dots between your target audience, helping you find highly-qualified users you previously wouldn't have been able to reach. Most importantly, this informed targeting optimizes your media spend and lowers the cost of acquisition in the process.



4 months ago

2019-07-09

Michael published All about Guest Blogging

What are some major benefits of guest blogging? Is it time taking process? Should I go for it? Will this bring the more organic user to my site? Is there any good software available for guest blogging?

4 months ago

2019-06-27

Michael replied to Facebook Vs Instagram

Twitter is in <3

4 months ago
Michael replied to Effective media buying

A media strategy is a plan of action that helps businesses reach their target audience and improve their overall conversion rate. Key components that a business needs to consider while creating its media strategy:

  1. Identifying the target market
  2. Learning the importance of measurable objectives
  3. Determining its marketing budget
  4. Analyzing the results

4 months ago
Michael favorited a reply

  1. Campaign design: Your marketing team must first think about it.
  2. Campaign strategy: You need to have a strategy for delivering campaign messages. For example, determine the best media channels (TV, billboard, radio, online, etc) and outlets to receive your company's messages.
  3. Vendor Adjustments: Once your strategy is in place, the next step is to contact the innumerable vendors, review the offerings and adjust the various options available.

  1. Vendor negotiation: You will need to negotiate what space or spots you will receive, along with trying to secure the best available pricing for each buy.
  2. Artwork: Once the vendor negotiation is complete, you will then need to generate artwork of varying sizes and formats for the different campaign activations.
  3. Production: The artwork forms must be coordinated into the production of varying creatives on different substrates for the various media formats.
  4. Operations coordination: The artwork must then be supplied to the media vendors in a clear and concise manner with specific posting instructions to ensure on-time posting and to avoid any confusion. Digital advertising is generally easier to see through to completion, while outdoor advertising campaigns can be more complex as they involve tighter deadlines and specific operations and installation teams.
  5. Proofs of posting: Waiting for your proofs of posting can be frustrating because they are generally delayed several weeks following a campaign's start date.
  6. Remediation of any errors: If the media postings that you requested are not correctly done, you will need to fight for some sort of resolution with your vendors. 

4 months ago

It depends on what you think of full-time income. 5-8k / month? Anyway, I think it is fair to say that the way people have done this is by choosing a beneficial niche. Establish a relationship with the audience of that niche by creating an email list (top with health, wealth, romance) and customers (you can find or search through social media )

Regardless of the platform or method, the mailing list is yours, and you can not take it away from you (as opposed to a social media account where you "borrow space")

Your job is basically to recommend products or services that you like, believe in, or have tried. There are tons to choose from.

Afterward, you can create your own product, and have affiliates sell it for you, although you can make a full-time income by just creating a loyal audience you recommend other peoples products go through the email list, which is the most "time tested" method, in my opinion (aside from blogging, which can build your email list too)


4 months ago