Fantastically Fast YouTube Method: Find What Clients REALLY Want

“Sell customers what they want and give them what they need” is a phrase that I’m sure you’ve heard many times.

But it’s still a fantastic guide to use in your business.

Here’s a little “trick” to do the first part (i..e, find out what your clients and customers want).

Click PLAY below and I’ll walk you through it:

Did you find this useful? I’d love to hear thoughts below. Good / Bad / Indifferent… As usual, all comments welcome! Cheers, Rob.

Dump Google, Use THIS… (Special Twist)

I’ll bet you’re just as addicted to Google search as I am.

So here’s a very intriguing alternative with a special twist…

Love to hear your thoughts on this. Will you be giving it a try? Drop a comment below 🙂 Cheers, Rob.

GDPR: My Approach

I’ve had so many emails on GDPR, particularly in the latter half of this week, that I decided to record a short video on it.

Click PLAY on the video below to see:

Here is a link to the resource I mentioned towards the end of the video.

Your thoughts and comments are very welcome but please don’t post advice or interpretations of GDPR unless you are a qualified lawyer! Please use the form below 🙂 Cheers, Rob.

My 1,253% Return On Bitcoin

I’ve received quite a few emails regarding my Bitcoin holdings.

So following on from last year’s blog post when I announced I was buying, here is an update:

In the video above I answer the questions:

1. Am I going to sell?

2. Would I buy it now if I didn’t already own it?

And also some other points which you might find useful.

The site you see in the video is CoinMarketCap and I use Coinbase to buy my crypto currencies.

If you enjoyed this, have questions or feedback I’d love to hear from you in the comments below … I’ll reply personally to you 🙂 Cheers, Rob.

How To Create Strong AND Easy To Remember Passwords (Great Little Trick!)

strong-and-memorable-passwordsOne my subscribers has just shared a great little trick which he’s kindly agreed to allow me to pass on to you here.

As you know you should always use STRONG passwords like:

j5khdFHSf83mi$2@dj8

Trouble is these are near impossible to remember.

To solve this you can use a password manager such as RoboForm or LastPass (my choice).

However, your password manager is not always on hand when you need it.

For instance, you might be using a friend’s computer or an internet cafe PC in a foreign country.

I’ll quote our tipster directly here:

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