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What the Google Chrome Ad Blocker Means for Your Website Popups (Plus 8 Really Smart Targeting Tips)

Google Chrome’s Ad Blocker going into effect Feb 15, 2018. And nobody could blame you if you took one look at some of the reports and thought, "Oh no! Popups are dead. Google just outlawed them, and I have to take down the 35 I'm using across my web properties that are generating 12,000 leads per month". Well, fortunately, after combing through the details, I’m happy to tell you that — from our early interpretation — this doesn’t seem to be true.

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The Real Estate Investor Sec. 199A Deduction

If you’re a real estate investor, you’ve probably already wondered whether you get a real estate investor Sec. 199A deduction. (You do.) And then also how the deduction works. (Er, it’s complicated.) Accordingly, in this post I explain how the deduction works. And when it doesn’t work. I’ll also discuss why some people think you […]

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3 Ways You Could be Unknowingly Wasting Ad Budget

A paid ad campaign that hasn’t been optimized to eliminate wasted spend is like a ship with leaks in it—destined to sink. And even the best paid media managers can fall into traps, spending more than intended without realizing. In today's post, see three ways you might be throwing away your PPC spend and how to ensure you can turn things around with quick fixes.

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