Want to create curiosity and a little buzz in your blog post? Use a video or article from a well known individual in your industry. When you tweet or share information about your post you can include their name which will peak peoples interest.
Question – What do you do when you are in the middle of a 30 day blog post challenge and you get so busy that you fall 2 days behind?
Answer – You pull out the old “10 Minute Blog Posting” system that I am so proud to have created!
Are you blogging all the time but nobody is reading what you write? Imagine what it would be like to have new leads signing up daily for your email list, just from your blog posts.
This video will show you how to create a blog that gets read, and builds your email list.
In the video, I show you you a technique called “content upgrade” for getting opt-ins from the blog. Here’s a checklist on how to get that done.
Today’s Post is from PJ Van Hulle: One of the “inner game” concepts that I’ve been sharing with my clients lately is that if you feel called to do the work you’re doing in the world, there is someone (or more likely… multiple someones) on the other end, energetically calling you.
Today’s Post is from Lynn Ruby. – Imagine being at an event, meeting or elsewhere when someone – video camera in hand – says, “I’d like to know what you think about X.”
They sling the camera up to their shoulder, push the button and you’re caught like a deer in headlights!
Here are 5 things you can do in that moment to be as polished and articulate as possible:
Today’s Post is from PJ Van Hulle: I love bacon, but I used to make it very rarely, partially because I don’t think it’s particularly healthy but mostly because cooking it was such a hassle. Then I discovered the secret to perfect bacon (and growing your e-mail list)…