Meiré und Meiré: Transforming Water Architecture. Happy Ending – Ecommerce Plugins for Online Stores - Shopify App Store. We are obsessed with great customer service and for us the ability to engage at every step of the customer experience is crucial.
It is of utmost importance to us that our customers leave our store with a great last impression. Currently it's not possible to customize the look and feel of the checkout process, especially the 'Thank You' page. As Shopify users we have gotten feedback from our top customers that once they have completed their purchase, the order confirmation page is cold and leaves them looking for more. With Happy Ending, we have taken the generic confirmation page and transformed it into an opportunity for your customers to become fans, and your fans to become advocates. The Happy Ending App allows customers to be directed to your brand’s Facebook Fan Page, encourages them to share their great shopping experience via Twitter and share the product they bought on Pinterest. UPDATE: The new Happy Ending is released and it is much, much faster than the old iteration.
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Before I share them, I should be clear: It’s not easy to earn extra money. It requires real work and a willingness to try new things. Many people who start a side business feel uncomfortable or lost at the beginning. That’s simply part of the process. That being said, here are two ways that you can earn an extra $1,000 each month without spending money to get started and without working all day, every day. TaskRabbit. Butterfly WalletButterfly Wallet. Make art, make money — at the same time.
I was speaking at a conference recently and my buddy pulled me aside.
“You have to meet this guy Chase Jarvis,” he told me. “He’s one of the world’s best photographers.” Chase and I ended up sitting next to each other, and I learned some fascinating stuff about him. For example, I learned that if he gets TEN photo clients per year — just 10 — that’s a “great year” for him. (Just think about that. He also runs a web show where he interviews people like Sir Mix-a-Lot (a personal writing hero of mine for his timeless classics), Tim Ferriss (who introduced us), and famous photographers. Anyway, at this conference, I ended up giving him some advice about the business side of photography while sitting on a bus, my usual spot for wisdom-dispensing, which he later wrote about: “No one has single-handedly given me better insight about the business side of art/photography than has Ramit Sethi.
The video is 90 minutes long and you guys are gonna love it. The Blog of James Clear. “You have the right to remain silent.
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~Hermann Hesse We’ve all had moments when life’s demands left us feeling stressed and scattered. In these moments, it’s helpful to have some simple tools to help us gain composure and come back to our center. SPI 037 : Monetizing in a Hobby Niche – Success Story Interview Series – 3. In this session of the Smart Passive Income Podcast I’m stoked to feature yet another success story from someone who has built a six-figure business online in a hobby niche that, to be honest, I never thought was possible to make a living from – at least online.
Lain Ehmann from LayoutaDay.com shares an amazing story about how she’s built an online business in the scrapbooking industry! Beyond her story, she shares a ton of incredibly useful information that I look forward to putting into practice myself someday. Are You Taking Advantage of Your Unfair Advantage? (7 Examples) I recently started to collect voicemail messages from my audience so that I could share their questions (and my answers) right in the middle of a podcast session. The voicemail transcribed below from SPI Fan Tony P., however, is one that deserves its own blog post: “Hey Pat, thanks in advance if you can help me out.
I’m feeling pretty bummed right now. How To Become An Idea Machine Altucher Confidential. Posted by James Altucher Kelly Francis @KellyFrancisLaw: How do you know when you’re thinking too big or aiming too high (if that’s even possible)? The Daily Practice. Powered by Infusionsoft.