My old CPA died and I wish I could sue him for being a complete idiot.
I just started doing my taxes with my new CPA and she tells me I have way overpaid the IRS last year in quarterly taxes.
I was honestly paying my share on the taxable income I generated in each quarter. The goal was to keep...
If you've used Google's PageSpeed Insights, you've probably seen: "The Chrome User Experience Report does not have sufficient real-world speed data for this page."
I thought it would be a good resource to discuss here:
How much is enough "real-world speed data"?
What's the highest traffic...
Many of you have probably thought about buying entire blogs instead of links. I wanted to start a discussion on blog valuation and get some advice.
There's a blog that publishes top 10 lists (no it's not my blog). Here are the stats:
20k monthly search traffic est (ubersuggest)
Ahrefs 32 DR...
It seems like an easy white hat method of buying links (and maybe a small amount of traffic) for local businesses is via chamber of commerce. I recommended a client of mine to register in their home city (the first one). They asked me about other cities and I said I'd do more research.
As part of my job, I have to send emails to many people. They have to be personalized slightly but I have a simple template that you can use.
Budget: Depends on what you can offer. $1000 +- $500
Timeframe: 1 month, slower after that.
At the minimum, I need you to send an email to each...
Looking for a service that gives me ~5 likes per post every time I post.
I know that I can get 500 likes at one time for $40.
I would be willing to pay more to get 5 likes automatically for 100 posts.
If you can't do this, I'd appreciate advice or referrals to someone who can.
From your experience, what demographics/interest/behavior on Facebook are most likely to sign up for an email list after seeing an ad?
I'm bidding on a client and the goal is to get the highest number of sign-ups with a $100 test budget.
Any specific ideas?
Long time-frame. I don't care if it takes until August
REAL followers who will engage my content (lots of motivational quotes targeted at college students and young professionals)
Suggest your plan and price quote in PM or by replying below.
Recently got asked to speak at a bar mitzvah for the daughter of an acquaintance from work.
They want me to speak to 500 teenage girls for 1 HOUR...even though I have ZERO experience public speaking outside of professional/business settings.
How much should I charge him?
Thought this would be interesting to post since I assume most of us need a little boost in the morning.
Today I asked for my usual 5 shots of espresso and the barista asked me if something was wrong. I didn't think it was that much, so I did some research today. Here's what I found:
I've made effective in the past, but I want to take it to the next level.
Looking for inspiration and want your opinion: what's the best video ad you've ever seen?
You can either describe it or send me a link.
I have been getting bank pains and want something affordable, but I'm tired of the horrible massages that the typical girl gives you in bed (so weak!)
For those of you who have needed to get a massage in the US, how much did it cost?
"Are you three sir?"
I have worked with some very professional people on Fiverr and have a lot of respect for them.
But what the heck is this?
They're worse than a jealous ex-girlfriend.
Five messages--in 15 minutes!
(Mods, I don't know where these questions belong--feel free to move thread.)
I'm involved with 15+ major ventures/clients in different areas. I'm a full-time student, have a bunch of shit going on with the IRS. I'm about to spend a month recruiting for a "real job", and will...
Founder of Ethereum blockchain Joseph Lubin calls it is a "heavy duty" move.
5 HOURS AGO: Amazon teams up with startup Kaleido to help AWS clients more easily use transaction-recording tech using blockchain technology, joining recent efforts by Facebook and Microsoft.
Here are some great stories from the past week
This morning, I woke up early and started working on my laptop. Right when I switched to BHW for 5 minutes, the girl I was sleeping with wakes up, looks at me, says I look like a "international drug lord" and begs for round two.
One of my clients used a Donald Trump impression in a Facebook video ad. I know he won't get sued for that specifically but it got me thinking...
Is there any history of someone being sued for commercially using a celebrity's impersonated voice?
This is Google demonstrating how its new Google assistant software, basically a speech based AI that calls for you.
What happens when call centers themselves start using this technology for call marketing? Thoughts...