It could be a coincidence but I was wondering if anyone else has had weird results after switching to authorize.net. I'm almost tempted to switch back.
Just looking for some feedback.
Back in my former life I remember applying for jobs and meeting with the HR team as they run through the standardised questions for finding the perfect employee. Over years I feel like I mastered answering the questions to a tee - I figure you know what they want to hear, give them what they want to hear, and usually you're onto the next stage of the recruitment process.
Hey everyone, was wondering whether there is something similar to Google Drive, where I could use EXCEL spreadsheet and share/update the content with my tea members without logins/passwords etc?
Hey warriors I have a blog that is doing well
I'm a firm believer that if you want to build something substantial that the quickest way to get there is to have a team of experts. With enough time one person can do it all themselves however time is something at the moment I'm finding not a lot of. I'm curious to see what peoples opinions are of what a great team of specialists would be in order to create a fantastic site. Yes I know the kind of site matters as to the team you want to build to make it but lets just say an an expandable affiliate site with as much growth potential and monitization as possible.
I'm looking to clean up my email list that we send with mailchimp. We've grown the list over the past 6 years but I have a feeling that alot of the emails aren't very active. The list is 80,000 emails but I just ran a report and only 36000 have opened at least 1 of our last 20 emails. Should I purge the 44000 that haven't been active? Segment them and throw a special offer their way? I hate to throw away over half the list but they're worthless if they don't engage with our offers.