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Can’t keep up? 10 ways to simplify your blogging process (video)

How to Simplify Your Blogging Schedule

When you do it right, the combo of Blogging and Social media marketing is not only the most effective, targeted way to connect with your potential customers and client that has ever existed until now, but it’s absolutely necessary in today’s business world if you’re going to stay competitive -and it’s true in nearly every industry. Continue Reading →

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Niche Blogging: How to Produce Truly Useful Content That Converts

How to make money with your blog

So, you’ve got the perfect niche picked out and a prime domain all pimped out. Heck,  you might even have a theme that makes other bloggers hate you a little bit. You know, because your blog is so beautiful. But if you don’t know how to create content that helps you convert your blog into a profitable platform, then you’d better be happy with being a “hobby” blogger – no money’s going to come your way. So before we get started, know you truly don’t need to be an official expert to become a respected authority in your niche. Nobody is expecting you to have a PhD, unless you claim that you do. Continue Reading →

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Hack Your Blog: How to Keep Your Subscribers Coming Back

Here is exactly what you need to do to keep your blog subscribers happy

So, you know how we’ve been talking about setting your blog on fire, right? And how we’ve discussed the whole “how to create a profitable mailing list” thing? What about the whole “growing your social media and real life networks” stuff? No? Take a minute, read up. Continue Reading →

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Hosting a Virtual Book Launch Party on Facebook

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It’s been a week or two since I’ve updated here, but there’s so much to say! I’m going to start with this quick bit of news, though. I’m trying something new. A couple of my books have folks making some noise – they want to have them in paperback because, for whatever reason, they don’t “do” Kindle, but they want to read my book. I am totally honored, obviously, and after having the book formatted and sent off to the publisher, I’m waiting on a package of proof copies for my approval now. Continue Reading →

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