I reached out to my community and said ‘Ask Me Anything' about Content Creation :) Michelle Waters of RethinkYourLifestyle.com asks: “They're signing up for the freebies and for the product I've added to someone else's bundle, but I can't get people to click the links in my emails or buy my internet marketing and business creation stuff. When I ask for input, I get crickets or compliments. Do I need
I reached out to my community and said ‘Ask Me Anything' about Content Creation :) Tara Alexandra of MichiganEntrepreneurTV.com asks: “Of all the content you created in your lifetime online, which are you most proud of and why?” and “What's the fastest and easiest piece of content that you enjoy creating?” My Answer: Quick Recap: Of all I've created, I'm most proud of Get Past Your Sh*t – the book
I reached out to my community and said ‘Ask Me Anything' about Content Creation :) Gipsy Malan asks “How do you know if you're on the right track? I have a mailing list with engaged subscribers (In terms of clicks – almost no one responds to my requests for replies) and I have made a total of 4 sales…” My Answer: Quick Recap: We have to know the numbers to
It may not have been the first time I read the word Listicles, but it was Shane Barker's link building strategy post that made the word stand out for me, especially when he points out that Listicles get more traffic and backlinks than other types of content. Listicle is a funny word. It refers to an article that has been designed around a list of some kind. People like lists.
I reached out to my community and said ‘Ask Me Anything' about Content Creation :) Sherri Graham asks “I have really struggled with figuring out where to post my content – blog post? email newsletter? social media? private community? I have lots of ideas for content, but how do I figure out where to post so I am not bombarding people in “all the places”? Help!” My Answer: Quick Recap:
Have you ever floated an idea for a product or resource out in a Facebook group or some other place where you're hanging out with your peeps and had a bunch of people raise their hand to say ‘I'd buy that in a heartbeat!' So you go off into your bat cave and build the product. You come back and say ‘Ta daaaa!', excited to see the flood of purchases
My theme for the coming year is to embrace life as it shows up. The alternative is to be in constant resistance to it and I've gotta say, I'm freaking tired of that. THIS Is The Adventure! Old Thoughts: I've got to resist stuff that doesn't show up the way I want. If I don't resist it, I'm saying it's OK for it to happen and it's NOT OK. New
We only make money when we inspire someone to take an action that we want them to take – whether that is to click a link, sign up for an offer, buy an affiliate product, purchase one of our own products or hire us to perform a service… Tweet Unless we inspire action, we're just twiddling our thumbs. Some might think that inspiring someone is the major issue – but it's
Isn't this the most annoying answer? “A blog post needs to be as long as it it needs to be. “ It is the best advice I can give and it will only take a short blog post to support my point ;) Don't keep it short just to limit yourself. If the point you're making is simple, you don't need to strive towards a particular word count – just
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