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Kate Winslet Criticizes Social Media, Parents

Over the weekend, one of the stars of Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs film spoke out against what she perceives to be poor parenting in the age of social media. Steve Jobs costar Kate Winslet told The Sunday Times that parents are losing control of their kids to technology. Show More Summary

How I Would Market And Sell Web Development Services If I Were Still A Web Developer

In the web development business? Perhaps graphic design? Getting clients a real pain? This is how I would personally market a business like that. The post How I Would Market And Sell Web Development Services If I Were Still A Web Developer appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

How to Avoid Entrepreneurial Burnout, without Losing Business, or Your Health

Entrepreneurial burnout is something that can creep up on you without you realizing it. On Youpreneur.FM, host Chris Ducker shares his own experience with it and discusses the quick steps to avoid it. One of the subjects Chris is most vocal about is entrepreneurial burnout. Show More Summary

The Difference Between Responsibility and Control

Discover why an Editor-in-Chief doesn’t have to be (and shouldn’t be) controlling in order to be responsible. When you recognize the difference between being responsible and being controlling, you can aim to embody the qualities that will help you work with ease and become more productive. Show More Summary

Don’t Create Your Content Strategy Until You Research These 6 Things

I’m here today with a reminder about an all-important truth when it comes to content strategy: research is everything. When I evaluate copy and content strategies, I often see what amounts to copycat content. Not that these people are stealing. Show More Summary

CBB129: 10 Tactics For Increasing Your Member Retention Rate

In today's show, we're going to go right at the topic of retention head on... How do you increase member retention rates? We're going to cover 10 specific tactics to make it happen. For an explanation of each of these tactics, listen to this episode immediately. The post CBB129: 10 Tactics For Increasing Your Member Retention Rate appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

Social Media Quizzes Could Put You At Risk For Hacking

We’ve all seen them, those social media quizzes that ask you twenty questions that are supposed to help you figure out what Simpson’s character you are or what kind of job you did in a past life. These things can definitely be categorized as guilty pleasures. Show More Summary

Consumer Spending During Halloween 2015 – Infographic

The fourth quarter of the year is nearly every business and brand’s best friend. There is nothing they love more than the idea of massive consumer spending thanks to after-Thanksgiving shopping days like Black Friday, Cyber Monday and of course every shopping day leading up to Christmas. Show More Summary

3 Resources to Help You Build Outstanding Online Courses

“Choosy moms choose Jif” is one of my favorite taglines, for peanut butter or otherwise. The product’s message stands for more than just peanut butter. Jif paints a subtle picture of an elite group: choosy moms. Choosy moms only buy the best food for their children. Show More Summary

5 Steps to Set Up the Right Monetization Model for Your Sites

Majority of the bloggers still rely upon AdSense, affiliate programs, banner ads etc to make money from their website traffic. The problem with these traditional monetization methods is that you need to bring a lot of traffic from search engines. Show More Summary

Freelancing from Anywhere: Tips for Living and Working Abroad

They say travel broadens the mind. If that’s true, what better activity could a writer undertake? There’s a slight problem with travel, however—it’s expensive. If you plan to stay somewhere a while, you’ll need a steady source of income. Show More Summary

The Fastest Way to Find Blogs that Want Your Guest Post

Every guest posting guide recommends searching Google for blogs that accept guest posts. This works, but is slow and most blogs don’t have a specific “Submit your guest blogs here!” page. Other guides recommend looking at competitor’s backlinks to find posts, which is also slow and cluttered with many other links. Show More Summary

Jonny Rants His Sinuses Clear About Social Media Strategy

What happens when we become so focused on new social media tactics that we lose sight of our goals? We all have a finite amount of time and energy. Every moment that we spend on social media is a moment that we aren’t spending producing our shows. Show More Summary

Critical Mistakes that are Hurting Your Membership Site

In the seventh part of The Mainframe’s membership series, hosts Tony Clark and Chris Garrett reveal the mistakes membership site owners make that harm sales, customer experience, and reputation. Listen in to get all the details. In this...Show More Summary

How to Create Videos and SlideShare Presentations that LinkedIn Loves

Listen in to The Missing Link as two expert guests share how you can create videos and SlideShares that work for LinkedIn. It’s easier than you think to create visually appealing videos and SlideShare presentations from the content you’ve already created. Show More Summary

5 Tools for Busy Bloggers

Nielsen reports that there are more than 181 blogs out in the blogosphere. Overall, 6.7 million people blog from a platform and 12 million use social networks to blog. With such a dense blogging climate, you’re likely thinking, “HowShow More Summary

The Obligatory Post Of Lessons Learned In The Year Since I Quit My Job & Became A Digital Nomad

This is my obligatory post on quitting my job and travelling around the world with the lessons I’ve learned since I became a digital nomad. The post The Obligatory Post Of Lessons Learned In The Year Since I Quit My Job & Became A Digital Nomad appeared first on How To Make My Blog.

5 Surprising Ways Podcasting Prepares You for Writing a Book

The only way I got through English class (in any grade) was by cheating. I’m not proud of it, but it’s true. I was a dyslexic kid who tested at a second grade reading level when I was entering the eighth grade. I felt stupid and worthless. Show More Summary

Migrating To WPEngine

3 weeks agoInternet / Blogging : WP Dude

I am migrating to wpengine, this post show just how easy that has been Post from: WP Dude If you need wordpress technical support please visit my services page Migrating To WPEngine

#FatGirlsCan Blogger’s Book Released in Paperback

Earlier this week, Jes Baker’s book Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls, published by Seal Press, was released in paperback. Baker is known as the #FatGirlsCan blogger; her blog, The Militant Baker, encourages people to find a way to move...Show More Summary

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