Hey folks! We're doing something a little different around here for this post. I've invited Sam Oh, entrepreneur and content marketer, to share his knowledge of what it takes to create solid content that brings in traffic to your … [Read more...] about 8 Steps to Create Traffic Induced Content (And Rank)
Business & Freelancing
Following are articles and lessons I've learned running my business. For articles specific to growing your business skills as a freelancer, visit my other blog at TheFearlessFreelancer.com.
I'm really sick of all these social media hacks, lists, tips, and tricks for helping people gain more twitter followers. Have they ever stopped to think that maybe not everybody wants more followers? There's a great dandruff shampoo commercial … [Read more...] about Helpful Secrets on How to Not Get More Twitter Followers
Anytime I have multiple people in my network asking me the same (or similar) questions, that's a good indicator that it'd make a good topic for a blog post. So, what are people asking? Well, it seems that folks in the Genesis community are … [Read more...] about Is There a Market for Premium Genesis Themes?
In the time that I've worked with the Genesis Framework, I've learned the biggest barrier to entry for folks is understanding how to interact with it. Because the Genesis Framework doesn't follow the typical templating model of other WordPress … [Read more...] about Putting the Framework in Genesis Framework
Okay, maybe the title of this post is a bit grandiose, but whatever. Here we are. The Backstory I participate in a number of affiliate programs and am quite opinionated about how affiliate links and banners are used. Almost three months ago, I … [Read more...] about The Great Affiliate Experiment
tl;dr Just say NO to web hosting with email and skip down to my recommended email hosting providers. I was on vacation in Cancun with some girlfriends. We're talking the kind of vacation where I'm enjoying cocktails before noon, books on the … [Read more...] about Know what’s a terrible idea? Mixing hosting with email.