n this interview, marketer Jacobo G. Polavieja shares how Elementor impacted his online marketing workflow. Interview with: Jacobo G.
Phew, are you still there? Did you notice your mind wandering off mid-sentence? Mine sure did. If yours did too, that’s because it’s difficult to process information that isn’t structured. Before you can wrap your head around the information, a new piece of information is already vying for your attention. That’s actually a big reason why we use periods. Periods actually say: “OK, this is the end of what I want to say, let that sink in before you continue”. Let’s rewrite this passage with shorter sentences.
One of the people who responded was Jacobo G. Polavieja, an online marketer who runs both internal and client projects.
Can You Explain Your Workflow a Bit?
Following his captivating response, I asked him to do an interview and tell his story. can you tell us a bit about your business and how you operate? I started out by building and monetizing my own sites through SEO and PPC, especially affiliate and lead generation sites. I then gradually onboarded members to the team as the workload grew, and started taking client work from people who asked me. I’ve now teamed up with a former team of data scientists from Amazon and we’re taking it a step Cambodia Phone Number further with our soon-to-be-launched agency site (built with Elementor, of course) at shumaia.com. What were you using before Elementor? I’ve used almost everything out there when it comes to WordPress and landing page builders: Visual Composer, Thrive, X Theme, Pro, ClickFunnels, Unbounce, LeadPages, InstaPages… you name it. I discovered Elementor about a year ago and haven’t looked back. What made you switch to Elementor? As a user/developer, its ease of use and responsive options. As a computer scientist, I appreciated that he quickly renders how his
What Kind of Projects Do You Do and How Is the
CSS system works and lets me choose which tag I want for most elements (span, p, h1, h2, …, div ), something very important for SEO and something that few builders offer. It also doesn’t clutter your WP content with shortcodes, which is a big plus if we ever have to move (I think we won’t!) and to be compatible with other plugins that deal with content like some SEO plugins do. As a business owner, it’s essential that it seamlessly integrates into our workflow and platform, allows us to grow quickly, and the huge, awesome community around it. How has your work improved since your move? Basically better and faster development than what we were using. Time is money; so being able to develop faster, with less hassle and getting exactly what we need so there aren’t a lot of fixes later on is a huge plus. Previous Next Can you highlight some of the pros and cons of using Elementor compared to your previous setup? Compared to external builders like Unbounce, InstaPage, etc., as a “power user”, I find it easier to build what I want with Elementor than with these services