The long road to internet success, part 2: When you’re consistently not consistent
Part 2 of the series, “The long road to internet success” Read Part 1 here.
I’ve read that people who have children live longer. Not sure if that’s a punishment, but here it’s helpful to illustrate success. I’m not saying if you don’t have children you’re not a success. I have three and I’d love to hear from some non-breeders about how they sleep in and have extra cash. (And maybe in a sultry English accent not unlike Keira Knightley if at all possible.)
The point here is that kids are like goals: you gotta nurture them or they’ll never move out of the basement. And apparently that’s where I fail on a regular basis. I’m not tending to my goals and they’re wilting in the dark.
The long road to internet success, part 1: Winning over my wife
Just going to drop a TL;DR on you right away. I’m using Name.com domains and products to pursue my goal of convincing my wife to be almost 24% more confident that I’ll host the Academy Awards in 2018. Or ever, really. Right now, on a scale of 1 – 10, she’s at a solid 1. It’s really hard not to agree with her.
With apologies to Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets, here’s our Keen Tweets.
We get a lot of feedback on social media, and most of it we want to share. These videos feature members of our incredibly efficient team reading Tweets (and some e-mails) from happy customers. We’ll let Kimmel handle the trolls.