AGD Marketing… What the Heck Is That?

April 11, 2017 0 Comments

    You’ll first ask yourself, “what the heck is AGD Marketing?” AGD stands for: A-dapt, G-row or D-IE! The first rule in marketing is to adapt to the data that the market place is telling you and pivoting to QUICKLY take advantage of the market place trends. HUH? In a nutshell ‘change your marketing […]

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Business Success Tips: Getting Back to Basics (good for EVERYONE!)

January 31, 2017 1 Comment

The past year and a half here in South Africa has taught me a lot about myself, about my family, and a lot about business success in general. Yes I started a new business while here (, but the MOST knowledge has been gained while working with the students here at LivingHope. How…why…what??? How can […]

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Graduation, Goats, and NEW STUDENTS!

December 8, 2016 1 Comment

Wow it’s been too long since I’ve updated this…SORRY!! Quick family update… Been relatively healthy since August when Hand/Foot/Mouth took down our two thumb suckers…it was a DARK 2 weeks! Susanna is LOVING being a baby sister and clearly Eve and Eliza are enjoying their new toy 😉 The boys are enjoying fighting, playing cars, […]

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Part 3! Getting more and more and more leads!

October 20, 2016 0 Comments

Part 3 of my series draws to a close with the EASIEST part of getting more leads… C stands for Cascade!! Cascade…of TRAFFIC!! 🙂 Sorry that’s an awful C compared to my first two (Create & Convert) but I started with C and I’m forcing the final one 😉 I know what you’re thinking… Brad, traffic […]

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Ten ways to freshen-up your email marketing by Jeff Rajeck of Econsultancy

October 18, 2016 0 Comments

Read entire article here: For 10 years, email has remained at the top of the ROI charts in our annual Email Marketing Industry Census. Interestingly, though, email marketing budgets have hardly shifted in that time, remaining around 15% of overall spend. So, though it seems like email is working well, companies are not increasing […]

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