A time will come for every blogger when they begin to ponder the possibility of launching an information product – an e-book, an online course, etc. I launched my first information product back in 2012, a guide called Successful Freelance Writing Online, and I recently repackaged that guide into a full-fledged website paidtoblog.co.
Along the way, I’ve learned that there are really three key things to keep in mind when launching an information product. In this post, I’ll tell you exactly what they are.
Once upon a time, when terms like “Internet” and “lol” didn’t exist, people had to actually leave their homes in order to find a job. The streets were clogged with determined, desperate people, resumes clutched in hand, going from business to business, looking for work. Sometimes they consulted this dying animal called a “newspaper”, looking in the “Help Wanted” section for employment.
But now we’re living in the 21st century. It’s the Internet age; those savage dark days are behind us. Now you can actually find not just a job but a very good job, a career even, without ever leaving your chair. You can job hunt in your pajamas, or no clothes at all (if the latter’s the case, you might want to deactivate your webcam).
So how is this marvel achieved? Okay, before we go any further, we’re working under the assumption that you have a current resume and an Internet connection. Ready? Here goes.
As a small business you will most likely have to draw your own inspiration and motivation for your company. With personal and professionals blogs all over the place the advice and guidance you can get from other entrepreneurs are endless.
Here are some blogs that might inspire your small business growth and help you channel new ideas into leading campaigns and riveting marketing strategies.
In the vast world of Search Engine Optimization, there are distinct battle lines drawn between acceptable “White Hat” SEO tactics, and questionable “Black Hat” practices. One of the biggest catalysts of this division has been the Penguin and Panda algorithm updates initiated (and continuously updated) by Google, since these updates have delineated what’s good and bad in the world of SEO.
If you’ve been running an online business or blog, you’ve probably heard the “The money is in the list” mantra by now.
And while there’s no denying the power of email newsletters, maintaining it can feel like the world’s most overwhelming job.
Imagine coming up with a new topic week after week. Yikes!
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People are making thousands of dollars from their basement. Businesses are promoting their brands like never before. A cacophony of content permeates the Internet, leading many to wonder how they can get in on it.
There’s a lot to be said for crafting well-written blog posts and articles that make a nuanced appeal to your audience. But what if you don’t have time to consider all of that just yet? The truth is that the fundamentals of writing good web content are simple – so I’m going to tell you what they are.