In the western world we’re obsessed with winning. We have to be first, “if you’re not first your last”, we often tell ourselves. We see this behavior happen everywhere. This includes both our personal, and business lives. For our personal lives it could be how so many families are in crushing debt because they’re trying … Read moreWhat Happens When You Can’t Win the Race?
Marketers all over the internet know that social media can help bring traffic to their blogs or websites. It’s a message that’s shared far and wide, yet no one has included the recipe for that secret sauce. Yet, we’re dealing with a new kind of social media, or a social media 2.0. Before social media … Read moreHow to Get Social Media Traffic from Medium, Facebook, and LinkedIn
Optimizing for SEO on WordPress.com (not .org, see the difference) can be tricky. This is because you’re not given plugin tools like Yoast or All in One SEO that can make search engine ranking easier. And, to make matters worse, WordPress tell you their blogs are built with SEO in mind, but they don’t actually tell you … Read moreFive Fundamentals of Simple SEO on WordPress . Com
There’s a constant pressure to have a professional presence on social media. It’s easy to stress over whether to choose Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pintrest or even Google+. It’s down to you — the individual, but for twitter there’s an abundance of growth hacking tools to make your life easier. Narrow.io and Tweetfavy.com are similar in … Read moreWhat Twitter Growth Hacking Tool Should I Use?
Having an email list is the pinnacle aspect of an effective inbound marketing method. Book marketing is one of the best types of inbound marketing out there, and I believe there’s a surprising amount to be learned from book marketers. In my early days of training to be a marketer, I would occupy my spare … Read moreHow to Build an Email List Starting from Zero
I’ve been very much inspired by Charlie Hoehn’s free PDF book, the recession proof graduate (or RPG). The basis of the program states if you work hard enough and pitch your skills to people you’d love to work with and they find your skills valuable then they’ll take you on. Here’s my first go to … Read moreMy first freework approach