A little over a year ago, I moved from a small seaside town in the boonies, to an even smaller seaside town in the boonies I had wanted to move back to ever since leaving it back in 2013.
When I say boonies, I ain’t just whistlin’ dixie.
In fact, my new place (elBenbo’s Bluff) wasn’t even wired for high speed internet.
The people who used to live here apparently were content with the frustrations and vagaries of satellite internet and never bothered to set the place up for cable internet. And, it turned out Spectrum had to do a lot of construction — including running 150 feet of cable underground — to get my place hooked up.
The entire process took almost 3 months.
And, thus, I had to run my business almost completely via my phone’s wifi hotspot.
It was a merry ol’ time, too – mostly because of the dial-up like speed it ran at after I burned through my monthly hotspot allocated data, which made it so I couldn’t load most web pages. And it often took (no exaggeration) longer to load emails into my broadcast program and also put them on my blog than it took to actually write the dang things.
Of course, there were a couple places I could go for high speed internet.
One of which was a local bookstore coffee shop.
But it was a cramped and loud place (impossible to concentrate) with small tables and big voices, with spotty satellite internet just as frustrating.
There was also the library, too.
And, while it has great functioning internet, they don’t open until 10 am weekdays and noon on weekends.
But by that time, I’m spent working.
Daddy is an early riser type who likes to get crackin’ before the crack of dawn.
Anyway, why should you care about any of this?
No particular reason.
That is, unless you want the hope and assurance that even under near internet-less conditions you can still run a fairly big and successful internet-based business. As during that time, I not only had record sales in new business, but ran several product re-launches, affiliate campaigns, and other assorted projects – all from my phone’s wifi hotspot.
Maybe that doesn’t impress you, or maybe it does.
But, either way, there’s a lot of power in your phone.
If you believe the moon landing was real and not a hoax, then realize there is more computing power in your phone than it took to send people to the moon. And you can put a lot more power in that gadget you carry everywhere you go – to the tune of running nearly your entire marketing operation from it – with our Learnistic service, that lets practically any business afford to have a prestigious, $100k quality mobile app, connected to your backend and other marketing.
If your phone can put a man on the moon, it can put money in your pocket.
Whatever the case:
It’s been radically changing businesses since we launched it last month.
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