This is a guest contribution from Monika Mundell, communication strategist and copywriter. Conversational copy is one of the best ways of creating engagement with a reader. It sets a welcoming, familiar tone that invites readers in. Famous copywriter John Caples delcares conversational copy to be about “You + Me.” Many people believe they have to [...]Show More Summary
Website design is a lucrative and challenging career. While not everyone may be into the intricacies of designing websites, there is a certain level of satisfaction that one achieves when seeing his creations displayed for the whole world to see – not to mention the fact that clients are willing to pay for excellent work. Show More Summary
With the fireworks dying down and people recovering from their new year drunken stupor, it’s time to think about how social media will affect us all in 2014. Facebook has reached quite a bit of milestones in 2013 so it’ll be interesting to watch out for more of their notable announcements. Show More Summary
We are mining ProBlogger content this week for super-useful information to kick-start your blogging year with gusto. Today we tackle a common topic – time. Who has it and how can we get it? Darren shows us seven ways to finally carve it out. This post “7 Tips for Busy Bloggers on Finding Time to [...]
It’s no coincidence that a lot of entrepreneurs have health related problems. As entrepreneurs, we often treat our bodies terribly in exchange for success. We work long, unsociable hours, on little sleep, fueling our bodies with crap food – just so we can get back to what we were doing. Show More Summary
Every now and then a new trend comes along that completely changes the way business is done on the internet. And I usually ignore it… It might sound strange, but I’m not really an early adopter when it comes to new websites, tools and technologies. I tend to find something that works for me and […]
Approx. 96% of visitors that come to your website are not ready to buy no matter how great your services/products are. Sad truth, right? Wrong. When it comes to online businesses the key factor to make it a success is this: treat your customers as people. Show More Summary
Video has taken over the web, and according to Diode Digital, the average Internet user watches 186 videos each month. For those of us with easy access throughout the day to sites like YouTube, that number can grow exponentially. While,...Show More Summary
We all have a million things going on and the world is busier than ever. Bloggers and Entrepeneurs have to be weary of where to spend their time in order to cut through the clutter and reach their goals. Today we’ll cover some of the...Show More Summary
I’ve just returned from the 2013 Quantified Self Global Conference and my experience was quite amazing. I have attended several of the QS Los Angeles meetups but this was the...
There now several wearable cameras on the market for lifelogging and below I’ve provided some basic details for four of them. The basic criteria used for a lifelogging camera to...
Blogging has become so huge and powerful that top marketer and direct response pioneer, Rich Gorman, believes it shouldn’t be ignored. In fact, Rich Gorman has been blogging for years now and he credits a large part of his success as a marketer and business person to his blog. Show More Summary
I didn't started listening to hip-hop until 2006, when I discovered The Grey Album. It was a mash-up between Jay-Z and The Beatles. I was hooked. As I delved deeper into hip-hop, I was surprised to find how many rappers had become very successful entrepreneurs. Show More Summary
You’ve planned a party for local bloggers and you’re not sure how to make it successful. The good news is that it’s easier than you think. After all, bloggers are people too. People who love to party, whether they’re bloggers or not, tend to share common interests at parties. Show More Summary
This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke. Does your blog lack something? Maybe you post regularly, but your posts aren’t getting many comments or shares. It feels like no-one’s reading. What you need is pillar content. (Also known as “cornerstone content” and “evergreen content”.) These posts get links, shares, and comments. They’re posts that [...]Show More Summary
Before you founded WP Site Care, a premium WordPress support company, you offered consulting to small businesses, and were even the VP of Marketing for a home care company. What intrigued you so much about WordPress, and diving intoShow More Summary
I recently came across this very interesting presentation by Chris Dancy on “Existence as a Platform”. In it Chris makes the point of taking the concept of the quantified self...
Last month I had the honour of speaking at the World Domination Summit in Portland. Conference founder, Chris Guillebeau, gave me the brief of sharing my story and to share some tips and ideas for helping people to lead remarkable lives in a conventional world. He also said he didn’t want me to just talk [...]Show More Summary
If capturing and sending email is a part of your blog, it might be your newsletter, affiliate programs, sales email or even just reader comment notifications there are some changes (that have been looming for some time) now ramping up to a level that will impact the way you create and send emails … Email [...]Show More Summary
As you might know by now, I don’t spend a lot of time reading blogs. But one thing I do spend quite a lot of time doing is visiting the best blogs and websites in different niches in order to “borrow” ideas from them. You see, one thing that bloggers often do is get stuck [...]