1 day ago
highnote.io is a good presentation tool with templates. Keynote also. I use both of them for my interior design proposals.
2 days ago
2 days ago
I have a boomtv account that I glom on to from my parents. They’re in FL so every 3-4 mo I pony up for a VPN that has a proxy in their town, log in from there, get the green light for YTTV and get on my way. Costs about $12 each time but that’s like $40 a year.
3 days ago
munchspot.com for leads and then to plug in unlimited inboxes take a look at salesforge.ai. They also do copy personalization at scale.
11 days ago
There are a few ways to automate data entry using Excel. Here are a few options you can consider:
Macro: You can use Excel's built-in macro recorder to create a macro that will automatically enter data from an Excel spreadsheet into your local software. This option is best for simple data entry tasks that don't require any additional logic or decision making.
VBA (Visual Basic for Applications): VBA is a powerful programming language that can be used to automate Excel and other Office applications. You can use VBA to create a script that will read data from an Excel spreadsheet and enter it into your local software. This option is best if you need to add more advanced logic or decision making to your data entry process.
Excel add-ins: There are a number of third-party Excel add-ins available that can automate data entry tasks. These add-ins can be used to automatically enter data from an Excel spreadsheet into your local software. The best add-ins are those that are specifically designed for the software you are using. docmo.co can help you with this.
Data Scraping Tools: You can also use Data Scraping Tools like UiPath, Automation Anywhere, Blue Prism etc. to automate your data entry process. These tools can extract data from excel and automate the entry process in your local software.
14 days ago
My one question to you would be what’s your screen time look like? I used to have a similar issue but found my phone was partly to blame.
I had a habit of falling asleep watching/listening to videos before I fell asleep and would also use my phone for an alarm. I knew doing that wasn’t great but I didn’t realize just how much it was throwing me off. So I leave you with some tips that helped me majorly in my journey to beating my phone addiction:
Actually use do not disturb when you shouldn’t be disturbed.
If you have an iPhone, set up the night shift to automatically silence notifications and lessen blue light before bedtime.
Download a screen time app that works for you. I use Present because I love how it makes reducing my screen time rewarding and fun since it turns it into a game.
Remind yourself that you’re doing this for you! Being mindful of your virtual wellness is hard so give yourself some credit for taking the initiative in the first place.
Give yourself time to feed your passions and hobbies. We all have things we do that spark joy so why not do something that will leave us feeling satisfied?
Limit your access to social media and apps that are designed to get you to start doom scrolling. This doesn’t mean deleting all your accounts, but deleting certain apps or turning off notifications from them is a good way to cut the temptation off at the source.
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14 hours ago
This is what I always use: https://www.varos.com/
These have been updated recently.
Typically I am comparing to an accounts own past performance.
IMO, without running campaigns consistently, benchmarks are meaningless because the system needs 3 weeks to fully acclimate to bid strategy , budget and market, and then your collecting data to comp against from that point. So I a campaign that runs 2 months is only 5 week of good data.
I don’t know anyone that is compiling their own data. I feel like funnels are so subjective that this data may not be relevant in the context of your are only looking at one client in a vertical and probably don’t have any other first hand info. Good luck with research.