WARRIORS: My End of the Week Gift...

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Do you know the digital mood of your site visitors?

Are you pushing product in their faces when its the worse time to do so?

Do you know when a site visitor is scouring your site looking for answers?

Better yet...
does your site know??

More than likely you said no to all of the above; if you're honest with yourself. But, thanks to an extremely innovative company, now you can say yes.

See Why (nope, no affiliate link)

Peace, Love & Prosperity...
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  • Profile picture of the author tecHead
    just a shameless bump
    • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayo
      Wow! That looks pretty interesting!

      Thanks for the link TecHead.

      I'll check it out.

      Do you use it?
      Do you know if it actually works?
      Is it Your site?

      Have a Great Day!
  • Profile picture of the author tecHead
    Hi Michael,

    Yes, I use it.
    YES, it works... first test resulted in a 60% increase in retention ratio
    No, its not my site; (lol, I wish).. but, I will definitely be developing along these lines from now on.


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