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Benji Rogers on Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the President and Founder of PledgeMusic, a direct-to-fan company that offers musicians a unique way to engage with their fans during the music-making process. He is an independent musician who...Show More Summary

How This Social Media Thing Kicked Web Writing Right in the Feels

Before social media entered the stage, a marketer’s job was two-fold: write a compelling landing page and drive traffic to that landing page. But the Internet has changed all of that. Not so much the Internet, but social media. In particular...Show More Summary

How to Pre-Sell Your Product by Offering Tantalizing Samples

Selling a product is much easier when you have a pre-sell strategy in place. To understand the concept of the pre-sell, it might be a good idea to take a walk around a supermarket. In this store, you’re likely to see some folks doling out samples of their products. Show More Summary

2 Incredibly Innovative Ways to Draft a Spectacular Blog Post

This is a guest contribution from Lorraine Reguly. “Damn. It’s not perfect, but it’ll have to do.” “Shit. I wanted it to be better than that.” Have you ever felt that way before hitting the “schedule” or “publish” button? I bet you have, during at least one point in your blogging career. Writing is difficult for [...]Show More Summary

Craig Ballantyne Interview – Passive Income and Hard Work!

Today we have a video interview and some wisdom from one of our favorite entrepreneurs here at – Craig Ballantyne of and Early to Rise at We are not normally into hyping...Show More Summary

The Psychology of Selling Books with Sean D’Souza

Sean D’Souza is the master “Rainmaker.” Through years of experience studying human behavior, Sean has created a powerful business that teaches business owners — and authors — how to sell their wares and provide maximum value. The bottom...Show More Summary

ProBlogger Podcast: Two Types of Content to Help You Find Readers for Your Blog

Today’s episode of the ProBlogger Podcast is part two of a mini Finding Readers series (you can find out more about part one here in the Two Questions to Ask to Help You Find Readers for Your Blog), and it’s all about what you’re writing when it comes to getting traffic. After you’ve asked yourself those [...]Show More Summary

23 Random Observations After A Month On The Road In Our RV

After a month away on an RV trip, David does a quick debriefing post... where he posts 23 random observations from his family trip to New England. The post 23 Random Observations After A Month On The Road In Our RV appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

7 Proven Online Business Models that Work in 2015

Recent data published by Internet Retailer reveals that online sales totaled $304.91 billion in 2014, a 15.4% increase from 2013, and that an estimated $350 billion will be spent online at the end of this year (2015). This is in the US alone. Show More Summary

Native Commerce: Media That Makes Real Money

This podcast began with the mantra “media not marketing.” In other words, valuable online content does the job that marketing is supposed to do, but instead of people avoiding it, they seek it out. Once you have an audience, you can intelligently determine what people want to buy. Show More Summary

Uncover an Idea, Find a Co-Founder, Build a Business

Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur helps startups and companies attract new clients online. He is the co-founder of, which allows businesses to manage their remote staff by tracking time and activity levels, providing screenshots, and calculating employee payments. Show More Summary

The Anatomy of an Editor-in-Chief of a Digital Business

Discover the five key roles of an Editor-in-Chief and how they help you establish your own digital business. Through the Editor-in-Chief mindset, you can create a business asset that has the potential to move your career forward. InShow More Summary

Is Reinvention the Secret to Success?

Ever meet someone who completely revamps the way you look at an issue? This is the story of how an older gentleman changed Demian Farnworth’s mind about what it takes to be successful. The first time Demian met Peter Hut was in a swank,...Show More Summary

Webinar: A Podcast Strategy That Attracts Attention and Builds Your Content Arsenal

Podcasts attract audience attention and build connection. You get that by now. But have you ever stopped to consider how far the tentacles of one podcast episode can extend? This is the subject of our next free Rainmaker Webinar: Start...Show More Summary

A Small Orange Coupon Codes and Discounts

Web hosting is something every site owners and blogger needs, but not something we really want to mess around with after setting up our initial sites and blogs. For this reason alone, it's very important to make sure you pick the right web hosting service the first time around. Show More Summary

13 Platforms Where You Can Turn Your Blogging Skills Into a Successful Freelance Writing Career

You always loved expressing yourself through blog writing? You are constantly full of new inpsirational ideas and thoughts you want to share with your readers beyong your blog? Guess what: you can turn that passion of yours into an aspring career. Show More Summary

4 Ways Pinterest Can Help Drive Traffic To Your Blog

This is a guest contribution from Marie-Eve Vallieres. Nobody puts Pinterest in a corner. With 73 million users (85% of which are females), an expanding presence outside the United States and upcoming buyable pins, this social media platform/search engine is now more powerful and sophisticated than ever. After months of pinning diligently and engaging with my [...]Show More Summary

How Engaged Is Your Brand? [Infographic]

An infographic looking at engagement for brands. Via: Qumana Branding Team The post How Engaged Is Your Brand? [Infographic] appeared first on The Blog Herald.

CBB105: Why You Should Plan Your Content Well In Advance

There are 4 specific reasons to plan your content in advance, which I share in this episode. Plus, I'll share some more details on exactly how I planned out this podcast so far in advance. Behind the scenes, baby! ;) The post CBB105: Why You Should Plan Your Content Well In Advance appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.

3 Resources to Help You Add Outstanding Audio to Your Content Marketing

Imagine you’ve just watched an interview with a charismatic celebrity on a late-night talk show. He told a funny personal story, and now you’re excited about seeing the new film he’s starring in that premieres next week. Wouldn’t itShow More Summary

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