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Business and Marketing for Artists and Creative Workers, Part Two

John T. Unger is one of the few — an artist who makes a living from his work, without the traditional gallery system. He also didn’t win a fat grant or find a rich benefactor. Instead, over years of disciplined work, he found a way to create art that satisfied him creatively while also finding Read More... Show More Summary

15 (Very) FAQs on Starting a Self-Hosted Blog

I always recommend starting a blog on a self-hosted setup. The reason is pretty simple – if you want to build a blog that is taken seriously by search engines and readers alike you’ll want to avoid free hosts. They just aren’t robust enough once you get beyond a certain point. I’ve really wanted to...

Creating More Engaging Blog Content: 14 Resources

The goal of every blog is to build a highly engaged readership. Doing this will allow you as blogger to interact with your target audience and gain greater insight to their interest, desires, and others. Knowing these will provide you information that you can use to create more targeted content to further engage your audience. Show More Summary

6 Ways to Maximize the Shelf Life (and Utility) of Your Audio Content

Podcasting is the Andy Warhol of content marketing. During the 1950s and 1960s, Warhol created a unique story proposition by exploring the link between art and popular culture. His work was at the forefront of the visual and pop art scene because almost nobody else was doing what he did — and he made much Read More... Show More Summary

Working With Mobile and Web Apps? Check Out Happy Apps

As you probably know, apps are dominating the world. If you combine mobile and web apps you'll probably get a large portion of today's commerce and information flow. Just think about Uber, Airbnb, Google, Facebook, Twitter, so on and so forth. Wanna learn how to make more money with your website? Check the Online Profits training program!

How to Make 2x More Money as a Writer

This is a guest contribution from Puranjay Singh. Around six months ago, I quit my job to make a living as a writer. It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy my work; it was just that I wanted to travel and needed the freedom of freelancing. I didn’t know a lot about writing, but I knew [...] Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger How to Make 2x More Money as a Writer

Want Copy That Actually Works? Start with Mass Desire

We all long for something. Love that will last. The ability to influence people. Scenic vacations. Financial independence. Less anxiety. Copywriters call these “mass desires.” And copywriting that actually works connects your product to one of these mass desires. Show More Summary

Website Colors: How to Choose and Use Them

Let’s face it: if you’re not a trained artist or designer, color can be a tricky thing to use correctly. When you’ve got your website colors working right, your brand will look polished, professional, and cohesive. But if you don’t get...Show More Summary

Lindsay Ostrom on Making the Leap from School Teacher to Full-Time Food Blogger

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a blogger, food enthusiast, and entrepreneur. Along with her husband and business partner, they have created Pinch of Yum and Food Blogger Pro. She spent the last five years teaching elementary school by day and blogging about food by night. Show More Summary

Writer Porn: Standing Desks, Binge Reading, and James Patterson’s MasterClass

This week, award-winning, globe-trotting travel journalist Adam Skolnick returns as guest host of The Writer Files for another edition of Writer Porn to discuss pertinent, writerly paraphernalia. Adam is the author and co?author of 25 Lonely Planet guidebooks. Show More Summary

One Really Simple Technique to Grab Readers at the Start of Your Post and Engage Them at the End

Do you ever feel like you’re writing good posts but no-one’s reading them? Maybe you’re coming up with powerful headlines. You’re making sure your posts are easy to follow. You’re writing in a friendly, conversational way. But it just doesn’t seem to be working. Show More Summary

Beyond Chitchat: Here’s How to Extract Expert Knowledge From Your Next Interviewee

What’s the best way to get interviewees to reveal their expert knowledge on your podcast and provide value to your listeners? For several years, I worked as a radio producer for an Irish national radio station, and I had the opportunity to study master interviewers at work. Show More Summary

How to Tell if Your Idea for an eBook or Course Is a Profitable One

The old saying that ‘everybody has a book inside them’ may be true – but for bloggers I’ve found it is probably more accurate to say that ‘every blogger has at least 10 ideas for eBooks inside them’. I was at a mastermind event recently and a blogger shared her list of ideas for eBooks [...]Show More Summary

Follow These Six Steps to Make Plenty of Time to Write (and Enjoy it Too)

This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke. Here’s a safe bet: You’re struggling to find enough time to write. Virtually every blogger and entrepreneur has the same problem. Maybe you want to write great content to build your business – but there are so many other things you have to do too. I know [...]Show More Summary

How Author and Speaker Michael Port Drives His Business with Books

Michael Port has been called an “uncommonly honest author” by the Boston Globe and a “marketing guru” by The Wall Street Journal, which he thinks is cool because he may be the only former professional actor to also be a New York Times bestselling business author. Show More Summary

Is Creating Online Training Programs a Viable Business Model?

The need (and desire) for on-demand education has intensified and will only continue into the future. But can you really make a living from it? To further our ongoing discussion about online education as a viable career and business model for content creators and entrepreneurs, Brian Clark brought in a special co-host today. Show More Summary

How I Monetized A Technology Blog And Turned It Into A Six Figure Business

A look at how I took a technology blog and successfully monetized it to the tune of six figures per year. Here's the full story of how I did it. The post How I Monetized A Technology Blog And Turned It Into A Six Figure Business appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

Don’t Quit Your Night Job

Editing is evaluating choices you’ve already made to move forward intentionally. If Person A and Person B both work with equal passion and effort to move their businesses forward, but Person A has gained financial stability from a self-directed, creative career and Person B has not, what does Person B lack? In this 28-minute episode Read More... Show More Summary

The Curious Secret to Building Trust and Credibility

Ever wonder how you could get more people to believe you? To trust you? It’s easy, actually. And quite odd the way it works. What’s the secret? Never tell anyone more than they’ll believe. Sounds like a moronic statement, right? It’s not. Show More Summary

What Makes Seth Spears and Katie the Wellness Mama Genesis Framework Superfans?

Seth Spears and Katie (the Wellness Mama) are a dynamic husband and wife team with booming online businesses. And those businesses are built on the Genesis Framework. Their reasons for preferring StudioPress products differ. Seth’s reasons are technical, and Katie’s are practical. Show More Summary

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