A friend of mine came into the coffee shop one day and announced he had gotten a job as a fifth grade teacher. I nodded approvingly. “What do you teach?” I asked and he answered dryly, “French.” I set my gaze on him, furrowed my brows then burst into laughter, “Dude, you don’t speak French!” […]
If you’ve blogged for any amount of time, you can probably attest to the face that blogging is extremely time-intensive. Depending on your niche, the availability of information and the amount of blog saturation in your particular market, blogging can turn out to be quite the undertaking. There are times when you’ve got more content […]
Content is key. You know it, I know it. So often bloggers fly by the seat of their pants where written content is concerned. In the rush to handle other aspects of the business, bloggers sometimes let the deliberate planning of well-thought out content go by the wayside, instead focusing on whatever is trending, whatever […]
One of my all-time favorite new school books is Tim Ferriss’ 4-Hour Workweek. Tim has been dubbed a life design expert, offering practical methods for automating the day-to-day so that you can get to the business of living life. As a blogger, you can probably understand when I say that I sometimes struggle to organize a seemingly infinite list of things to do which can eat up my workday and stretch into my very cool weekends.
When people first get into internet marketing, they are usually drawn in by the huge misconception that you barely have to lift a finger, or just click your mouse a few times, and checks will stuff your mailbox like a Thanksgiving turkey. Well, by now you should know that’s a load of crap. The whole […]
Step 1: Brainstorm. This is where you are going to come up with as many ideas as you can. Step 2: Strategize. Decide what you’re going to do and what you’re not going to do. This is where you look at the big picture and figure out how your project fits into it. Step 3: […]