Inside The Insider – Episode 137

It’s already the last iTi episode of 2012.  Time flies when you’re having fun!

We wrap things up and prepare for the upcoming New Year.

Topics Discussed:

  • Bang! Or Simple?
  • The Power Of Ethics
  • Customizing Your Registration Page
  • More Tips On Dealing With Hackers
  • Plus More

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Links/Info mentioned in this week’s episode of iTi:

You’ve Been Hacked. Now What? Part 2 Post by Jen

The Power Of Ethics Part 1 Post by Jen

Bang! Or Simple? Post by Bobbi

Custom Registration Form Button CSS Forum Thread

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Big Welcome and “Virtual” High 5s Go Out To…

This Week’s NEW WishList Insiders:

Andrea Carter 

Mario Vazquez 

Ken Roberts 

William Craig Van Sant 

Miguel De Jesus 

Michael Franov 

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…and another “Virtual” High 5 For All The 1st Time Commenters…

Doug Woods 

@Anthony Cottrell

Scott Barnes 

Darren Monroe 

Mark Ramos 

Simone Emmons 

Raleigh Lee 

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Comments

  1. David Foster says:

    Wray Cullimore!! The beard is looking swell my man!! We did a great custom registration page for our free training. It looks great. We are working on customizing other login areas too. Thanks for sharing!

    • Wray says:

      David Foster Thanks for the beard compliments 🙂 It’s still going strong even though “Decem-beard” is over 🙂

      Happy to hear about the customizations you are going for your site. I’m sure your members are enjoying them too!

  2. Shari Smith says:

    I do not like long sales pages, nor those that lock me on the page. If I want something I buy it, if I need more information I look for it. I have left sites, and purchased somewhere else because a site didn’t make it quick and easy for me to buy what I wanted. 🙂

    Looking forward to doing and learning more with WL in 2013 🙂

    Happy New Year (soon!)

    • Wray says:

      Shari Smith – Good points regarding sales pages. It really is a fine balance between too much and not enough when it comes to information to buy.

      We wish you all the luck in 2013!

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