👋 Hello wonderful Whale Mailers.
We jam packed this holiday special Whale Mail with cerebral gifts for everyone.
First, some quick housekeeping. We integrated our chat button into the menu and the Triple Whale app we be moving to https://app.triplewhale.com. More deets below.
Ok with that out of the way, let’s dive in.
In our reading section, we have an eloquent essay on Nietzsche, Walking & Creativity. Really fun read.
Next we have three sensation threads, one exploring the paradox of choice through the lens of Trader Joe’s. The second is an interesting take on the state of content marketing.
Then finally, some holiday reading with a mega thread from Aaron Orendorff on some great places to start your marketing/ecom journey.
Closing as always, with our tip, tool and fact of the week!
Plus, our Chirpty!?
Have a whale of holiday break!
P.S. Don’t worry if you didn’t get me any thing. Having you as a Whale Mailer is the best gift I could get this year 🎁.
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New Position for Customer Support
A few quick updates (we have some serious epicness in the queue): First, our chat support is now in the menu bar. The intercom bubble interfered with some of the UI/UX. #byefelicia
New Home for Triple Whale App
Triple Whale App Is Moving URLs
At long last, TripleWhale.com will be the home page for the marketing website. Triple Whale, the App will move to https://app.triplewhale.com.
So don’t freak out if you go to triplewhale.com and longer see your app. The login button in the menu will take you there directly or you can type it in your browser.
Thanks so much for your understanding and I can’t wait to start pumping out our content on our soon to be released blog!
If you have any questions, just ping us 🙌.
No You’re Not Your ROAS this week, but I wouldn’t leave you all hanging. So here is me on the DTC Podcast.
Had a blast. Here is a little preview. I think y'all will dig it. :)
Listen to find out why ROAS is a Vanity Metric And why you need 3 ROAS to Rule them all And lots more…on with the show!
“Our first questions about the value of a book, of a human being, or a musical composition are: Can they walk? Even more, can they dance?”
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with behavioral economics expert Daniel Kahneman, who wrote the bestselling book “Thinking, Fast and Slow” and won the Nobel Prize in economics.
🎅Happy Holidays Everyone! TY for all the support.
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