David Kadavy

Joined over 6 years ago via an invitation from Josh L. David has invited Jamison Hiner

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  • Posted to What do you use to build online courses?, in reply to Paul Jarvis , Jul 24, 2014

    You can just link to plain WordPress pages. Sure, some people will share the stuff, but it's so much easier, and people will still buy.

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  • Posted to What do you use to build online courses?, Jul 21, 2014

    What are the sticking points for you? I mean, what's wrong with just using MailChimp? What is the value the "website" gives?

    I created a course with some drip content using http://membermouse.com, but it was a lot of work to get it all set up, and ultimately, I don't think it was adding value for the customers to have to log in to view content (there was "value" to me in that my content was "protected," but that's dubious).

    I'm launching a new course this week, and the plan is to send HTML files via Gumroad, like I hear Nathan Barry does.

    Dripped content is great, but maybe if it was a MailChimp course and you added people manually, or with Gumroad -> Zapier, you might have a perfectly fine solution.

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  • Posted to What Does Your Business Card Says You Do?, Nov 14, 2013

    I recently made some cards for myself, and I just told a story about what I do: http://t.co/fnYdRpwHFo

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  • Posted to Front End Dev Reactions Tumblr, in reply to Matt Sisto , Jun 06, 2013

    I've found ZURB's responsive HTML templates to be handy: http://zurb.com/playground/responsive-email-templates

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  • Posted to Case study: Massive redesign of kadavy.net, in reply to Dennis Eusebio , Feb 14, 2013

    Works fine on my Air, but I heard a similar report on a Retina MacBook. Is that what you're on?

    Thanks for checking it out!

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  • Posted to Case study: Massive redesign of kadavy.net, in reply to Cemre G , Feb 12, 2013

    I knew I wanted to make the body copy big, but just when I thought it was big enough, I made it even bigger. For once, I wanted there to be a site where people might hit "Cmd -" upon visiting.

    I'm constantly hitting "Cmd +" when I visit sites, and I know lots of other people do, but you hardly ever hear anyone complain about it. There have definitely been lots of people saying that the type is too big, and that actually makes me smile a little. I'll keep it as is for awhile and see what happens.

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