Time-Stamped Show Notes:
- [00:45] Before we jump into today’s interview, please rate, review, and subscribe to the Growth Everywhere Podcast!
- [02:10] Tim started his career in web development back in 1995.
- [06:15] As you test, you use up all your good ideas.
- [06:27] You can only do two or three tests before you plateau.
- [07:15] If you aren’t redesigning your website to incorporate personalization, you won’t be successful and testing won’t matter.
- [08:58] Everyone in the marketing industry wants to keep their secrets.
- [10:36] Using marketing tech tools doesn’t matter if you aren’t optimized in other areas and don’t know what to do with the tools.
- [11:40] When assessing a company’s needs, SiteTuners will look at customer journeys, user experiences, etc.
- [12:30] SiteTuners has programs for small companies, as well.
- [12:50] Just talk to the company and find out what will work for both of you.
- [15:10] Certain industries don’t have a lot of competition.
- [17:15] Tim thinks a universal income would unleash entrepreneurism.
- [17:30] He feels the system is too corrupt at the moment to really turn things around.
- [19:45] Tim likes to make his bed to start the day, before taking a walk, doing tai chi, and taking his kids to school.
- [20:05] He thinks the key is having a good routine each day (meaning stuff that makes you feel good).
- [20:51] Tim recommends these three books: Sapiens, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck, and Unleashing the Primal Brain.
- [25:34] One thing that Tim feels has added value to his life was deleting all social media apps from his phone.
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