I think most programmers would agree, we’d prefer to go into a closet and create the “perfect program” than put something incomplete out there for criticism. And I feel the same way about this marketing website, too. Luckily, I’ve got a friend who won’t let that happen. As soon as I told him my marketing site was live, he volunteered to give me some suggestions. One of those suggestions was to do a blog just like the one you’re reading now. Another was to add more graphics which is why there’s now an animated GIF in the top section with more to come. There were also several other more minor items and some proofreading.

Put the marketing site above sending out the emails to give us the best shot of converting

So things did not go as planned today. No cold emails were written though I did do some more reading on how best to do them. I also completed putting together my first list of 75 or so email addresses to send to. I definitely think it’s a good idea to put the quality of the marketing site above sending out the emails to give us the best shot of converting anyone that clicks on the link.

So thank you very much, Kyle Burbank, for helping me out these past couple of days. Up next (again, maybe) – writing the emails.