Recently I interviewed Paul Nieuwenhuys of eBay success story Hooked Online and Sinker, who founded and runs the most successful fishing tackle store on eBay Australia. In the lead up to the interview I asked Paul for a short bio on himself that I could incorporate in to my introduction.
Well, I quickly learnt that Paul doesn’t do things by half. His zealousness for what he does is infectious. Here’s exactly what he sent me. It not only tells a great story of the birth of a business, but it’s full of marketing and business lessons along the way …
I love a good invention as much as the next person.
The iPod was a game changer.
Sliced bread? Bring that on.
Even a onesie mid-Winter has a role.
But check out these product fails …
Thinking of running some Facebook Ads campaigns to generate more bookings for your restaurant? This post will walk you through some campaign ideas I ran recently for a local restaurant.
I’ve always said, big brands, pay big agencies, big money for big ideas.
And sometimes this results in some fun advertising.
Other times, advertising can be a complete shambles.
As a business owner, pulling a website together probably isn’t in your primary skill set. Yet, the reality is, you are who Google says you are, and having a website means
Don’t you hate it when you click on a link and it says File Not Found.
What you’ve stumbled upon is a 404 Error – which means that the webpage you were trying to reach could not be found. Doh!
Here’s 10 of the funniest ones going around …
How friggen hard can it be to get to the decision-maker?
Pretty damn annoying when you know you have a great product or service.
In fact it’s beyond infuriating; it can actually be the difference between you making a bucket load of cash or wallowing in misery.
Here’s my 5 ways to get past the Dobermans.
Then get Timbo on your team Spots are limited & it’s not for everyone OK, I’ve decided to open up some coaching spots. Marketing Coaching specifically. So if you like the
In 2015 Uber, the world’s largest taxi company owns no vehicles; Facebook, the world’s most popular media creates no content; Alibaba, the most valuable retailer holds no stock; and AirBnB, the world’s largest accommodation provider owns no real estate.Boy! Hasn’t the world changed!
Anything is now possible.
But with change comes anxiety …
You wont believe just how wrong these outdoor poster fails are. I mean advertising isn’t cheap, right?! So, at what point were any of these a great idea?