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The Real Value of Creating Value

10 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the co-founder and CEO of GroundMetrics, a unique technology startup in oil and gas exploration. He began his career in business management and was a strategic marketing consultant. He then co-founded and ran CarCode Corporation, which was acquired by a major toll road management company in 2009. Show More Summary

How to Use a Comma

11 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

On this episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman continues her Editorial Standards series with a lesson about correct comma usage. Commas are often underused or overused. Do you know how to implement the right balance in your...Show More Summary

How to Grab Great Ideas (Without Using Your Hands)

12 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

It’s funny, how we forget things. Sublime reflections and exalted ideas. Like they were never even there. But if they were so sublime and exalted, why did they not remain with us? And it’s funny how we fear losing these ideas. The lengths we will go to preserve them. Show More Summary

Re-Engagement Emails: How My 10-Day Email Sequence Works (And Apparently Annoys A Few)

My 10-day re-engagement email campaign occasionally gets responses from people who are annoyed by it, but it still works very well. Here I share why I do it the way I do and how my re-engagement campaign works. The post Re-Engagement Emails: How My 10-Day Email Sequence Works (And Apparently Annoys A Few) appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

11 Essential Lessons From Going Into Business With People

Over the past four years, I have started 7 different businesses with fellow entrepreneurs. All these businesses and ‘partnerships’ brought me new lessons and today’s post reflects on the Big Lessons these business journeys have provided. Show More Summary

5 Powerful Ways to Keep Building Authority Once Your Content Has Matured

16 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

You’ve launched. You now have loads of content on your blog. You’re happy with the growth and the traction you’ve gained. Your audience is growing — not as fast as you’d like, but you’re meeting goals. Things are looking up because you’ve created authority with what seems to be a solid and loyal audience. Show More Summary

ProBlogger Podcast 39: What is Your Why?

The previous episode of the ProBlogger podcast asked you a very simple question that I think is the basis of all that we do: “how are you?”. How are you physically, emotionally, with your health? Are you blogging from a solid foundation of wellness? Are you taking care of your personal needs? I shared a [...]Show More Summary

CBB111: An Overview Of The Blog Profit Funnel

The concept of the "funnel" has been used in sales for years. And it is quite possible that you've heard the idea of the sales funnel before. In this episode of CBB, I outline what I call the blog profit funnel. The post CBB111: An Overview Of The Blog Profit Funnel appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

3 Resources to Help You Create Remarkable Visual Content

As someone who made an intentional decision to have a career working with words, talking to you about the importance of visual content makes me feel a little weird. But I have to tell you, when I’ve been scrolling through my Twitter timeline lately, it’s the updates with intriguing visuals that catch my eye. Show More Summary

Why Don’t Some Online Courses Sell?

Online courses are a great way to build a business. They’re also a great way to get better-qualified clients, or build an additional revenue stream by providing an alternative to your services. But sometimes, things don’t go as planned. Show More Summary

Two Ways to Turn Facebook Fans into Paying Customers

Jon Loomer has been using Facebook for business since 2007. And despite the ever-changing landscape, Jon has continued to thrive by marketing on the platform. Jon is now a leading Facebook marketing expert, and in this episode of Technology Translated, it’ll be clear why. Show More Summary

What Craft Beer and Food Trucks Can Teach Us About the Power of Collaboration

Your fellow Showrunners, even those serving the very same niche(s) that you’re serving, are not your enemies. 95 percent of the world has no idea what you’re doing as “podcaster,” so don’t turn a cold shoulder to the few who do. This...Show More Summary

The Zen of Measurement, Optimization, and Focus

In this new series on The Mainframe, hosts Tony Clark and Chris Garrett discuss the importance of the right metrics in growing your business, and why you should not be paralyzed by math. In this episode of The Mainframe, Chris Garrett...Show More Summary

The Problem with the ‘Hell-For-Leather’ Writing Movement

As of late, it’s fashionable to write hell for leather. In fact, there’s a hot cottage industry in the writing culture. But is it good for the writing community? Or detrimental? For lack of better terms, let’s call this trend the “The Hell-For-Leather Writing Movement.” Or HFLWM. Show More Summary

Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately

Coming to you live from the depths of Melbourne winter – while the rest of the country (almost) is springing into spring, we’re still freezing our butts off. Fingers crossed we’ll start to see the sun soon! Here’s what I found interesting lately around the web: How to use a $5 Twitter ad To Redefine [...]Show More Summary

3 Easy Ways to Expand Your Creativity

Imagination is more important than knowledge. – Albert Einstein Remember when you were little and the best gift of all was a large cardboard box? That box could be anything from a small family home to the vanguard of an intergalactic attack fleet. Show More Summary

The Biggest Lesson I Learned About Building a Profitable Blog in 2015

Episode 38 of the ProBlogger podcast is focused on something I’ve learned in the course of the past year that I think has the potential to transform not only your blogging, but many areas of your life. Today’s episode is personal – my personal journey of the last nine months. I talked about it at [...]Show More Summary

How to Effectively Publish on LinkedIn, Part 3

In this final episode about publishing to the Pulse Network, you’ll hear directly from special guest Katie Carroll, Social Media Editor at LinkedIn Pulse. The Missing Link hosts Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia ask Katie the burning questions sent in by audience members. Show More Summary

How to Optimize Your Headlines for Content Discovery with Vinegar (Before You Die of Cholera)

Are you curious how the beginning and end of this headline actually fit together? It’s quite a promise to deliver on. Well, hosts Demian Farnworth and Jerod Morris do just that on this week’s episode of The Lede, and they improve your content discovery in the process. Show More Summary

CBB110: The Transformation And Why It Is Your Roadmap To Products To Sell

The first and possibly most fundamental concept to understand in order to build a profitable blog is the transformation.Everything begins with the transformation. Product/market fit is determined by the transformation that your audience...Show More Summary

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