How to Create a Giveaway Campaign in WordPress (Step by Step)

Did you know that running a giveaway is a great way to grow your website? It’s true. Creating an online giveaway can increase your website traffic, boost brand awareness, grow your email list, build you a larger social media following, and more.

Free Alternatives to Popular Paid Software

A penny saved is a penny earned. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, I like to tell people that I’m not cheap; I’m “strategically frugal.” All jokes aside, there are definitely circumstances where you should spend more money to make more money. That’s why I outsource certain tasks and services,

Some Things to Avoid When Doing B2B Content Marketing

Business to business marketing is important especially if you are in the niche of b2b based profits. Many times we’ll market to consumers however b2b is also massive is that what helps meet your bottom line. As a matter of fact,

5 Health Issues You Can’t Overlook When Working From Home

There are innumerable reasons why you might consider going into business for yourself, particularly when it comes to ventures like affiliate marketing, professional blogging, and other online businesses with minimal startup costs or overhead, and near limitless potential.

How To Bring A Stagnant Blog Back To Life

Ingenuity is the mother of all invention. What sets you apart as a blogger is your ability to step out of the current, and try something completely different. Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, and Bill Gates all had grand visions for their companies and the confidence to accept nothing less.

5 Image Gallery Plugins for WordPress

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. But what if you have more than one or two pictures that you want you to share with your audience? Or maybe you’re a photographer, and you want to proudly showcase part of your portfolio on your website. As great as WordPress may be on its own,

Tips To Use LinkedIn To Improve Your Blog

I’ve never really played around with LinkedIn too much however many have mentioned it is a powerful tool to connect with people. You’ve probably read my previous posts where I mentioned social media platforms weren’t really my thing and I have accounts on Twitter, Google and Facebook.

5 Key Lessons From Top YouTubers

I’ve had a YouTube channel since 2006, around the same time I started blogging over at Beyond the Rhetoric. Coincidentally, this is also around the same time that I met John Chow for the first time. Oh, and as it turns out John’s YouTube channel started up in 2006 as well. Go figure. At the time,

How To Use Story Telling for Your Blog

The other day I walked into a sign post. How humiliating!! I was walking with my daughter looking down at her as she recounted how she scored the winning goal at her soccer game, when all of a sudden CRASH!!!! The sign post and I had a run in.

Fun and Useful Spy Tools for Bloggers

Everyone has to start somewhere, so you may as well start somewhere that gives you a good shot at success, right? It’s perfectly normal and even recommended that you look to the people you admire as a source of inspiration. A big part of the reason why a lot of people got into vlogging,

The Future of WordPress – What You Need to Know

When starting a new blog, it’s important you know what options you have available to you. Choosing the right tools, blogging platform and marketing platforms will make it easier for you to convert readers into buyers. This will ultimately help with your ROI allowing your blog business to grow.

Podcast 156: How Miles Beckler Went From Affiliate Products On MySpace To 100,000+ Subscribers On Yo

In today’s episode, I’m excited to introduce you to Miles Beckler from MilesBeckler.com. Miles has been helping his wife operate and grow their site, Ask-Angels.com, for many years. Even though we don’t spend much time chatting about this specific site,…The post Podcast 156:

Successful Website Migration: Non-SEO Observations and Conclusions

There’s hardly anything more stressful for a website owner than a major site change: be it the website migration, its redesign, or both. Four months ago, this very website had undergone a complete makeover. It included its full redesign, multiple-URL update, and a migration to a new environment.

Three Resources That Will Save Marketers Money In 2019

As bloggers, content creation and brand marketers, we know how expensive running a business on the internet can truly be. Sure, start up costs and running the day to day operations are often much lower than the costs associated with running a brick and mortar business,

Brand Design: How Should Businesses Approach This?

Branding is one of the most crucial aspects of a business. A brand represents a business’ name and its ideals to the wider world. Stanford Business School recognizes that a brand is a business’ promise to a customer.

Simple Direct Guide on How to Start Online Arbitrage from Anywhere in the World

If you’ve been into the internet space for quite some time now, you’ve probably noticed how online arbitrage has been the trend these days.  As I am an avid traveler, I try to do things with systems and setups. Now that I recently got into Amazon FBA as well gotten back into traveling, I needed […]

6 Small Business Tips To A Successful Launch In 2019

You have a small business idea and you’re ready to bring it to market. This is great, but not many new business owners know the challenges of launching their first small business. From business website to small business bank account,

What is “A.I. Powered” Anyways?

We see it everywhere: A.I. Powered this, A.I. Powered that. What does it even mean? Click to find out!

Podcast 155: How Tommy Griffith Went From Managing SEO for PayPal and AirBNB to Starting a Mid-Six F

Today, I'm excited to introduce you to Tommy Griffith from Clickminded.com. Tommy is someone that has been involved with SEO for a long time at a couple of really large companies. He started as an SEO manager for PayPal and…The post Podcast 155:

6 Best WordPress GDPR Plugins to Create a GDPR Compliant Site

More recently I have noticed that a lot of sites have upgraded their GDPR compliance agreements. You know those popups that ask you to agree about your privacy. Maybe it is because I am currently in the EU (Budapest,

AOV vs. LTV: Why Customer Lifetime Value Matters Most

Many small business owners — both in eCommerce and traditional retail — make the mistake of focusing solely on short term revenue instead of also considering customer lifetime value (LTV). “Many entrepreneurs find themselves in a race to the bottom,

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