A new software called VideoPal launches tomorrow, and you could win a free account ... or $100. And whether you get the free account or buy this software, if you do so through my link below, I'm including a special bonus: a 30-second script for your VideoPal, specifically for your business!
VideoPal allows you to put an animated or human spokesperson on your website to connect more directly with your website visitors. (You can see it in action if you visit my VideoPal review.) And with its text-to-speech option, you can have a VideoPal up and running in just minutes.
But there is much more to know about with this software. For instance, the ability to:
And here's the cool thing: if you get on tonight's webinar (February 16, 2017 at 7 pm EST), you could win a FREE account. They're giving away 10 accounts as well as $100 to 3 people on this webinar. And again, even if you win the free account, I'll include my FREE script writing for your first 30-second script.
If you missed the webinar, you can still buy it by clicking on the button. Through February 24, 2017 at 11:59 pm EST you can still get its rocket bottom launch pricing. After that, the price will go up and may become a monthly fee.
Woke up to zeroed out data on Google Analytics today (February 9, 2017). Last night traffic and conversions were showing up just fine, but today the conversions and revenue all showed zero. The rest of the data was still there:
To be clear ... I already have a transaction and revenue showing up for today's sales. But the transactions and revenue from yesterday all disappeared. Data that had been there last night.
So I looked online to see if others were talking about it. No one was ... BUT ... the fascinating thing is that the same type of thing happened on February 9, 2015, as seen in this article (with their image showing below). In other words ... what's up with February 9 and Google Analytics?
Last time, Google had people's data back in place by the end of the day and I presume the same thing will happen this time. Did you experience any problem with Google Analytics dropping your data today? (Update below image.)
UPDATE: And there it is ... 8 am and the data has returned. Strange to have it disappear at all, but everything seems in order!