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3 Resources to Help You Create the Content that Already Exists in Your Imagination

28 minutes agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

Even though it may seem like starting to write is the most difficult part of the content creation process, just starting is not good enough. As writers, we also need to have both a strong vision and unwavering confidence that enable us to complete, publish, and promote our projects. Show More Summary Review: It Really Is An Easy Way to Keep Track of Your Invoices

As a full-time writer who is consistently taking on different freelance opportunities, at different times, and from different businesses, managing invoices has always been a challenge. Because not all companies use one system, such as PayPal, all of the invoices you send manually or through different platforms can get confusing. Show More Summary

Twitter Mishaps: The Infamous, The Insensitive, and the Unfunny

“There is no such thing as bad publicity,” as the saying goes. However, there is such a thing as a PR nightmare. This bad dream is the type that, even after years have passed, remains in your memory like carpet stain. Try as you might...Show More Summary

Create Successful Products with the MVP Process

12 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

You create a successful product when you deliver something people want to buy, simple as that. Is there a way to figure out what people want before spending a ton of time and money? There is a way, and it’s becoming more and more popular due to the lean startup movement. Show More Summary

31DBBB Day 31: Next Steps

12 hours agoInternet / Blogging : ProBlogger

Congratulations! You’ve made it to Day 31. Hopefully you’ve found some of the challenges over this last 31 days to be useful. Thousands have completed the program over the years and I’ve heard so much great feedback, but there’s one thing I’d like to share with you today on the podcast. What’s the key to [...]Show More Summary

PTEngine – Advanced Web Analytics at Your Finger Tips

As bloggers and site owners, nothing is more important than getting visitors to our sites. Remember when you first started your blog and there was nothing more exciting than seeing those little numbers (site visitors) increase over time?...Show More Summary

Standing Out from the Crowd: How to Get Your Content Noticed in the App Store

18 hours agoInternet / Blogging : BlogHerald

It’s finally done. You’ve labored day and night on it, and have spent countless hours staring at a screen, tediously debugging and coding it. At long last, your mobile app is complete. The hard part is over, right? Sadly, you’re not out of the woods just yet. Show More Summary

The Art of Planning Before Podcasting

As creatives, freelancers, entrepreneurs, and Showrunners, we have a tendency to get an idea, follow our gut, and jump straight into it without planning. The Showrunner hosts Jerod Morris and Jonny Nastor agree that this can sometimes be necessary, but not always the best plan. Show More Summary

How to Let Your Business Thrive (By Getting Out of Its Way)

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur has started several successful businesses, written three books, is a motivational speaker, and has consulted with companies in several different industries. He coaches teams and businesses on the actions required in order to grow. Show More Summary

The Critical Importance of Customer Onboarding

So many businesses focus solely on getting the sale, but as far as the customer is concerned … the sale is just the beginning. What comes next can make or break not just that one customer relationship, but the future viability of your business as a whole. Show More Summary

When Do You Abandon the Editing Process?

Like gravity pulls objects to the earth, the web pulls people across the landscape of connected information — whizzing by landmarks (content) at breakneck speed. Thus, when people arrive at your blog, they should be able to size up your content in an instant. Show More Summary

The Dangerous Myth of the Magical Tool

When we’re starting out, we want to know the best tools to use. What platform should I build my website on? What’s the best tool for writing? What should I use to create images for my site? What social media platforms should I invest...Show More Summary

How to Leverage Social Media for Events to Achieve Your Goals

Reaching out to fellow bloggers, making connections, and building a network are some of the most important activities that a blogger have to focus on. That is, if you want to expand your reach and monetize your blog at some point. These...Show More Summary

Grammar-Geeking Tools for Clearer Blog Content

“I like bacon, ham and egg sandwich.” “I like bacon, ham, and egg sandwich.” “I like bacon, and ham and egg sandwich.” Above are three declarative sentences that mean the same thing. Or do they? In an online world where communication is vital, never has grammar been more crucial. Show More Summary

From Projects to Products: How to Stop Selling Your Time

Are you interested in developing and selling products? Seems almost silly to ask, right? Everyone Brian Clark talks to wants to make a product and leave the world of client work behind. Designers, writers, and other freelancers, but also lawyers, realtors, consultants … you name it. Show More Summary

How to Use Demographic Targeting and Infographics to Create Blog Content

Demographic targeting has been used by advertisers long before the Internet was even a thing. Demographic targeting is a compilation of information about a certain group of people that the advertiser wants to target, such as their age, income, education level, marital status and so on. Show More Summary

A Behind the Scenes Look at The Missing Link (They Bare It All)

In this episode of The Missing Link, you’ll learn why the podcast was created with its specific style and personality. Jon Nastor joins The Missing Link host Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia to share how to run a podcast and the three critical elements to becoming your own showrunner. Show More Summary

Getting the Most Out of a Conference When You’re There to Promote, Part 1

Conference season is quickly approaching. If you want to get the most out of your conference attendance, you need to be prepared. In Part One of this two-part series on The Lede, Jerod Morris and Demian Farnworth offer advice on howShow More Summary

How Long Will It Take for My Business to Start Making Money? And Other Impossible Questions

Sonia Simone gets this question all the time (natural, Sonia guesses, since she teaches people how to start or grow businesses): How long will it take before my business starts to take off and make money? And there are two parts to the answer. Show More Summary

4 Ways to Get Attention by Rocking the Boat

Lots of people make careers out of controversy. But constant controversy can take a toll. You could get by with a lot of controversy in the early days of your blog or books in order to gain critical mass. But soon you’ll need to take your foot off that particular pedal. Show More Summary

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