Greg McFarlane and his brother, Wain, have always shared a special bond. Together with their brothers Julian and Micah, the siblings founded the reggae band Ipso Facto in the early 1980s in Minneapolis, and have spent most of their lives making music together. "We eat, sleep and play together," says Greg. "He's my friend, my […]
Todd McFarlane has unveiled a glimpse of a planned but never published Spawn/Batman crossover illustrated by Greg Capullo and himself.
Last night, I appeared on Fox News Channel's " Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld, " featuring guest host Joanne Nosuchinsky, panelist Andy Levy, comedian Bonnie McFarlane, and Reason TV contributor Kmele Foster. Among the topics discussed...Show More Summary
Anthony L. Fisher appeared on Fox News Channel's "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld," featuring guest host Joanne Nosuchinsky, panelist Andy Levy, comedian Bonnie McFarlane, and Reason TV contributor Kmele Foster. Among the topics discussedShow More Summary
By Greg McFarlane Despite decades of scientific and observational evidence confirming the dangers of smoking, humanity’s love affair with cigarettes is an enduring one. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 18.1% of American adults smoke, and that’s abstemious compared to the rest of the world. According to the renowned U.K. medical [...]
By Greg McFarlane As a general rule, one with several exceptions but not so many that they refute the main point, catering to rich people won’t make you rich. By definition, there just aren’t enough of them to go around. To quote author Roy H. Williams, “Sell to the masses, live with the classes,” and [...]
By Greg McFarlane With 4778 exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in existence, what’s one more? In October 2013, J.P. Morgan Chase filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission to announce its long-awaited entry into exchange-traded funds, with the creation of the J.P. Morgan Global Equity ETF. The filing is notably sparse in defining the fund, with telltale [...]
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with artist Greg Capullo about "Batman," his relationships with Scott Snyder & Todd McFarlane and the progression of his career from Marvel Comics to "Spawn" and beyond.
This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Here are some sample products, most of them ebooks, that I recently saw available for sale and/or free download on some popular blogs: “Ten Steps To A Better Golf Game” “Creating Your Personal Life Plan” “How To Make Money Online” “23 Gluten-Free Recipes For You [...]Show More Summary
This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Feedback is great, right? Your honor, if it pleases the court, I’d like to contend that that’s a leading question. The answer to it might be “yes,” but not unequivocally. Steak is great too, but not in the middle of church. Providing a forum in [...]
This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Welcome to the final installment in our hexalogy, concerning how to sell blog products in an era when people are reaching into their pockets and finding mostly lint. So far, we’ve discussed how to plan out products drawn from your expertise, create them, distinguish yourself [...]Show More Summary
This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. History dictates that the current economic malaise will eventually end, but we’re still waiting for some unambiguous signs. That’s why for the past few weeks, we’ve been learning how to create products that are inspired by (and that tie into) your blog, and how to [...]Show More Summary
This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. If you’re late to this particular party, we’ve been spending the last few weeks examining ways to monetize your blog in an era when readers are holding onto their wallets more tightly than ever. Sure, you can make money by selling ads if all you [...]Show More Summary
This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Welcome to the third weekly instalment in our series on how to sell products of your own creation, via your blog, in a world in which everyone’s reluctant to spend money. If you’ve been following the series so far, (LINKS), then you’ve learned how to [...]Show More Summary
Yesterday, we published the second post in a series of guest posts written by author Greg McFarlane here at ProBlogger. And recently you’ll have noticed our multi-author series on generating blog comments. So today I thought it might be interesting to talk about the thinking behind trying out series, and step through some of the [...]Show More Summary
This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Copy from one, it’s plagiarism; copy from many, it’s research. —Attributed to Wilson Mizner (1876-1933), among others …Or you can take it a step further. If you research many, and then forge something original, your readers will take notice. And then, if you market yourself [...]Show More Summary
In our first article from the series Build Blog Products that Sell, Greg McFarlane makes an interesting point. “Don’t be afraid to solicit feedback,” he says, “but on the other hand, don’t cede the responsibility of initiative by asking your readers, ‘So, what would you like to see?’” I wanted to touch on this in [...]Show More Summary
Artist Greg Capullo may be most well-known for his work on the horror title Spawn, where he took over art duties for Todd McFarlane, a task not many artists would be willing to do, let alone capable of accomplishing. There,...
This guest series is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. How do you get readers to part with their money, especially when said money is scarce? As the worldwide recession enters its umpteenth year, it’s difficult for most merchants of any kind to make a sale. It’s particularly so if you’re a blogger who wants [...]Show More Summary
This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Everyone has them, except possibly R.L. Stine. I’m referring to those days when you’re lacking either the inspiration or the energy to write something fresh and/or inventive. If you can somehow get those days to occur on a regular schedule, say weekly, there’s a [...]Show More Summary