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This One Trick Doubled My Email Sign Ups. Copy it.

Here’s a simple trick you can use on your blog to instantly see a growth in email subscribers. Be warned, however, it’s not for everyone. In fact, I’m predicting that a few of you might take issue with this type of technology (even though it’s really cool!). It’s not illegal or anything like that… just...

Why Podcasting Is a Crappy Hobby, but a Great Job (Or Is It?)

And now for something slightly different. This episode of The Showrunner was recorded backwards and worked surprisingly well — or did it? The episode was inspired by a statement Roman Mars made during his keynote presentation at Podcast Movement 2015. Show More Summary

How to Adapt Your Media Content to Fit Your Customer’s Needs

How can you adapt your content in real time, so that your visitor sees exactly the right message for him? Find out in this episode of The Mainframe. In the second part of the three-part Adaptive Content series, hosts Tony Clark and Chris...Show More Summary

The Clear-Copy Rule of Writing for the Web

“So many English teachers shoved complex sentences down my throat that now a simple sentence almost makes my skin crawl.” That’s Tim Biden, during a Twitter conversation about writing for the web. He was responding to a tweet Rough Draft...Show More Summary

40 Hours Left: Join The Showrunner Podcasting Course Before Time Runs Out

By the time you read this, there will be no more than 40 hours left to join The Showrunner Podcasting Course. So, we are presenting this quick reminder and providing a bit of insight from a current course member as to why joining might be beneficial for you. Show More Summary

How to Earn More Money (and Keep Your Sanity) by Developing a Professional Support Network

My house was packed with more than 40 women, and we were all chowing down on casseroles, salads, and brownies. In February 2012, I hosted a potluck dinner for my networking and professional group, the Boulder Media Women (BMW). BMW is...Show More Summary

20 Tips for Better Business Blogging: How to Use Blogging to Generate Leads

This is a guest contribution from Zoe Uwem. Blogging can be an effective lead generation strategy, if done correctly. The majority of companies that hope to use content marketing to grow their businesses all understand that blogging is one of the most effective ways to go about it. Big corporations, start-ups and even smaller companies [...]Show More Summary

Discovering Google Maps New Location History Features

Google recently announced a major new update to their Google Maps product called “Your Timeline”. This new features provides lots of new insights beyond the previous location tracking history they already provided. The announcement states that it’s currently only available for Web and Android but I’d imagine IOS will be available soon. Show More Summary

How to Avoid Getting Nailed by the FTC for Your Online Marketing

Most professional marketers don’t understand the FTC rules that apply to online marketing. So as a busy freelancer or small business owner, it’s certainly understandable if this isn’t on your radar. But this is a critically important thing, as new guidelines are being released that you need to understand. Show More Summary

How to Effectively Publish on LinkedIn, Part 1

Do you want to add LinkedIn publishing to your content marketing mix? Then you will want to listen to this first of three Missing Link episodes on the smart way to publish content on LinkedIn. In this three-part series, you’ll learnShow More Summary

Lede Potpourri: A Big Idea, Talking about Demian Behind His Back, and Lessons from #PM15

Demian is on vacation, so Jerod has been left alone in the house with his microphone and a stray recording from Podcast Movement. The result is this sprawling episode of The Lede. Jerod begins this episode by introducing his new side project, Primility Primer. Show More Summary

How to Eliminate Options and Find Opportunities

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a Canadian supermom of five, personal development coach, public speaker, and the author of What You Focus On Grows. Between 1995 and 2005, she was the Founder and President of Upward Motion and created the web-based assessment tool, Real Estate Simulator. Show More Summary

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Rainmaker.FM Digital Business Podcast Network

Jerod Morris, our VP of Rainmaker.FM, shares some lessons from what may be our most ambitious content initiative ever. It should always make you nervous when Copyblogger’s founder and CEO, Brian Clark, tosses an idea around. His ideas have a way of turning into “unyielding freight trains” of business energy. Show More Summary

3 Ways Writers Must Adjust in a World Dominated by Social Media

The job of the online copywriter is to attract attention, stoke interest, create desire, and incite action. AIDA. Attracting attention used to mainly involve stopping the reader dead in his tracks. A good headline will do that. Before the web — in the world of print — advertisers bought space in magazines and newspapers. Show More Summary

Webinar: Smart Systems and Processes for Freelancers, Solopreneurs, and Startups

I’ve started nine businesses so far. The first one failed, but each successive company has yielded greater revenue, profits, and (mostly) happiness. There was a particular period of time — 2002 to 2005 — that I without doubt enjoyed the higher revenues and profits. Show More Summary

Why Content Creators Will Flock to Cleveland This September

Content Marketing World is big, bold, and designed for people who aspire to be at the top of the content marketing field. And this year, our Rainmaker Platform is proud to be a sponsor of this epic event — billed as the largest content marketing event on the planet. Show More Summary

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5 Quick Ways to Improve Your Blog’s Design

Design often gets overlooked by bloggers. Sometimes it’s tempting to think that we just need to focus on good content and the rest will take care of itself. Well, that’s not really true. In fact, your blog’s design, look and feel play a huge role in how people interact with your written stuff. If your...

Running Your Email Marketing: Dedicated Platform or Gmail-Based Apps?

E-mail marketing is a great way to turn your visitors into subscribers. If you rely on sales to sustain your business, then you need to run email campaigns on a regular basis. The best thing about e-mails is that they arrive at the inbox of your subscribers. Show More Summary

CBB106: How To Develop Your Editorial Calendar

After talking about WHY to plan your content in advance in the last episode, in this episode we talk about the HOW. In 6 steps, we talk about how to go about planning your editorial calendar for your blog. We then go over several different...Show More Summary

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