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3 Places Your Best Ideas Are Hiding In Your First Drafts

Many bloggers write drafts and then ‘edit’ their writing – but ‘revising’ is a little different and is definitely a good exercise. Today I came across a great short video by Beth Dunn from Hubspot that was recorded earlier in the year at the Inbound conference. In the video Beth talks about ‘fixing your writing’ [...]Show More Summary

LAST DAY: Claim Your Rainmaker Platform Pro Upgrade Option Before It Expires

On Monday, Brian and I hosted a webinar that focused on the fundamentals of smarter online marketing and how the new Rainmaker Platform Pro features help you execute them. Specifically, we went through a live demo of the Learning Management System and Marketing Automation features, which I used myself to develop The Showrunner Podcasting Course. Show More Summary

5 Pro Tips To Increase the Effectiveness of Your Social Media Campaigns

With more than a billion combined users on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram, social media is a marketing gold mine if you know how to use it effectively. Like search engines, most social networks have also evolved significantly over the last few years. Show More Summary

Why Your Mom Was Right About Blogging

It’s a good thing your mom taught you everything you need to know to become a well-respected, successful blogger, isn’t it? What’s that? Your mom never taught you anything about blogs? Because blogs didn’t exist when you were growing up? I beg to differ. Show More Summary

Ayboll Review: Monetize Your Blog with Native Advertising

Finding the best monetization for your blog is never easy. In fact, finding any monetization at all is a problem for many bloggers around the world — especially those in countries that might not have access to affiliate networks, Paypal or even Google Adsense. Show More Summary

What Does It Mean to Be a Showrunner?

So … what exactly is a “showrunner” anyway? And what does it take to be a successful one? The Showrunner hosts Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor define the term and explain what separates successful Showrunners from all the rest. In this episode of The Showrunner, hosts Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor discuss: What essential lesson Read More... Show More Summary

Passion Projects, Clarity, and the Evolution of No Sidebar

As an online entrepreneur, No Sidebar host Brian Gardner is learning just how crucial being agile is to running a successful business. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being involved in a personal project — especially when you’re passionate about it — but continually keeping your audience in mind is always a good thing. Show More Summary

Deadly Conversion Busters: Building a Targeted Audience

Lots of people talk about “traffic,” but how can you attract more of the right people? How can you grow an audience of people you can help the most — people who will see success from using your products and services, and who will be long-term, loyal customers? In this episode of The Mainframe, hosts Read More... Show More Summary

Content Creation Versus Content Sharing

We all know what content creation and content sharing mean, don’t we? Is there a difference? In the “regular” blogging setting, perhaps there isn’t much of a difference in that content sharing follows content creation. We look for blogging opportunities, or we work for existing clients. Show More Summary

5 Ways to Write a Seductive Sentence

Here’s the thing: Your sentences don’t have to say much. They just have to say the right things. When you are trying to get people to respond to your articles, subscribe to your email newsletter, buy your products, or donate to your cause … you need to write seductive sentences. Show More Summary

How Bloggers Can Help During Times of Tragedy

On April 25, tragedy struck Nepal as a 7.8-magnitude earthquake destroyed residences and buildings (including the UNESCO Word Heritage sites) in Kathmandu and took the lives of around 5,000 civilians (and counting). The earthquake is the most devastating natural calamity that hit Nepal since the Nepal-Bihar earthquake in 1934. Show More Summary

3 Ways Scheduling Will Make You a Better Blogger

Do you feel a bit like a slave to your social media? Always thinking about your next blog post, forgetting to respond to that guy on Twitter, and never Pinning at the right time? I know what it’s like to always feel like you’re running to catch up, instead of being in control of how [...] Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger 3 Ways Scheduling Will Make You a Better Blogger

Success = Naming Your Price.

If you don't ACT like you have anything of value, the world isn't going to act like it, either. BE valuable. DO valuable things. Then, you'll HAVE value (in the form of money and goodwill). The post Success = Naming Your Price. appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

What to Do When You Absolutely, Positively Must Know if Your Content Will Rock

Editor’s note: This post was originally published on June 29, 2011. We’re running it again today to honor DIY media and the endless possibilities for your business when you’ve built a loyal audience. Ever had a great idea, and then started...Show More Summary

Rocket Launch Your Blog Growth with 5 Strategic Steps

  Do you want to rank in the top search results for your keywords? It takes a lot of work and one post can’t share all the information you need to know, but here’s a short five step guide to help you begin your journey to the top of the search results. Show More Summary

Proof That Grit Is the Only Way to Reach Your Potential

In our culture, much is made of natural ability. But natural ability is nothing without grit. In fact, without grit, natural ability can actually be wasted. Recent science tells us that grit can accurately determine who will graduate from high school or West Point or even win a spelling bee. Show More Summary

How to Avoid the ‘Idea of Entrepreneurship’

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a freelancer turned agency owner and entrepreneur. His first introduction to working for himself was doing side-work after hours. Eventually, he was able to quit his job and freelance full-time. Show More Summary

How Not to Be a Dirty, Rotten Spammer

Email is an incredibly effective way to nurture prospects and leads, and pave the path for those folks to make a purchase. But so much marketing email goes horribly, horribly wrong. If there’s one thing nearly everybody hates, it’s spam. Show More Summary

How to Be Smart in a World of Dumb Verbs

Sentences are pretty simple little things. Noun and predicate. So why do we screw them up with lame verbs? Good question. Even in the complex sentence, we still depend upon the noun, we still depend upon the verb. So those constructions better rock. Show More Summary

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The beauty of using WordPress as your platform is that you can you change your design whenever you wants with a couple of clicks. It’s just a matter of finding a new theme, uploading and activating it from your dashboard. Now if youShow More Summary

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