Editor’s note: This post was written by Kelly Smith, who works at CourseFinder, an Australian online education resource. She also provides career advice for students and job seekers and is passionate about the Australian startup scene. Show More Summary
An infographic looking at how responsive design has changed how we build websites today and affected the web development industry. Via: S|M Web Design Company The post Responsive Webdesign – A Paradigm Shift In The Industry [Infographic] appeared first on The Blog Herald.
We are often told to “walk in the direction of our fears.” But is that really good advice? Is it possible our fears know something we don’t … and that we should listen to them? In this episode of The Lede, the third in the Hero versus Villain series, hosts Jerod Morris and Demian Farnworth Read More... Show More Summary
Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur has spent 20 years in digital marketing, consulting for more than 700 companies during that period, including 30 of the Fortune 500. His current company — Convince & Convert — is the fifth multi-million dollar company he has started from scratch. Show More Summary
Saying that the Internet isn’t working for us is like saying the solar system isn’t working for us. It’s our job to learn how it works, and then learn to be smart about working with its nature. In this episode of Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer, host Sonia Simone talks about some lessons she has Read More... Show More Summary
In this episode of Rough Draft, host Demian Farnworth wants to put some teeth to the things he has been teaching. Some substance behind my claims. He’ll present four research studies you should know about. They’ll help you understand the true state of what it means to write online. Show More Summary
You know the drill: another day, another piece of content to connect with your audience. You churn out post after post, social media update after social media update — typing, typing, typing all the way, all day. It reminds me of that classic Dunkin’ Donuts commercial, “Time to make the donuts.” We are all like Read More... Show More Summary
This installment of CBB marks the end of Stage 2 of 7 of our full progression of building up a profitable blog-based business from scratch. Before we delve into Stage 3, let's review the overall bird's eye view of what we're doing here and what we've covered so far. Show More Summary
Photographers aimlessly trying their hand on blogging to drive more clients to their services is like attempting to take a picture of the green plains during a snowstorm. In order to become a blogging success, regardless of your profession...Show More Summary
Ever throw your hands up in frustration when it comes time to look for an image for your latest blog post? Let’s start with the bad news: a terrible stock photo is worse than no photo at all. The good news? There are more free stockShow More Summary
Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is one of the nicest people host Jon Nastor has ever met, as well as a serial online entrepreneur. Pat Flynn began his online journey back in 2008, after getting laid off from his job as an architect, and he has not looked back since. Show More Summary
If you summarized every single book and article written on writing for the web, you’d get the three words I’m about to tell you. Yet, no one — not even the experts, authors, or pundits — has, to my knowledge, ever consolidated all this knowledge into one simple, sticky process. Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Adam Connell. Have you ever wondered how to gain a significant advantage with social media? Not just in terms of growing a following but growing an engaged following? I have too, and so have countless others. The truth is that you can, and it’s easier than you might think. If [...]Show More Summary
Figuring out how to work from home in a realistic, sustainable and profitable way has been one of my main goals since I was at university. And it hasn’t always been easy. There’s been times when money has been short, stress has been high, and the prospect of going to a “real” job would keep...
The Early Bird Price for Authority Rainmaker ends today, so I had a message planned for today making one final case for why you should join us in Denver, Colorado this May. But then I read what Raubi wrote on Friday about how much last year’s event accelerated her career. Show More Summary
Simply put, if you’re not measuring, you’re not marketing. In fact, if you’re whipping up blog posts and infographics without business objectives, you’re basically partaking in a very expensive version of arts and crafts. Your job as a content marketer is to show your boss the money — not traffic, not links — mon-naay. Show More Summary
I was looking for a frequently asked question (FAQ) plugin so I could display the questions and answers of regularly asked questions people send to me before buying a WordPress support job from us. I looked through a number of FAQ plugins and eventually settled on WP Awesome FAQ. Show More Summary
Who else wants to rank well in search engines to increase their organic traffic? If you are searching for proven ways to get more search traffic, this post is exclusive for you where I’m going to discuss about a simple yet powerful way to boost your website search traffic. Show More Summary
It’s been a long time coming, but SamCart is finally open to the public! For months, even years, we weren’t 100% satisfied with our shopping cart solutions. We tried everything from Clickbank and PayPal to JVZoo, you name it. But none of the solutions gave us exactly what we needed. Show More Summary
A look at this how this nutritional blog already 10X'd monthly revenue - and how she can take it to the next level with some tweaks to the blog and lead strategy. The post Case Study: How This Nutrition Blog Increased Revenue 10X (And How To Take It Even Further) appeared first on Blog Marketing Academy.