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My First Online Course Launch Case Study

It’s funny. I was having a conversation with one of my best friends not too long ago—a friend who was definitely around me all the time when I was launching this first product—and they had absolutely, 100%, no idea that my email list had only 71 people on it when I first released this course.

The 7 Types of Online Workshops You Can Host

A great workshop topic, attractive graphics to support your event, a simple signup process, and a helpful agenda/worksheet to go along with it and you will seem professional, experienced, and amazing. This impression goes a long way whether you’re providing services, trying to line up speaking opportunities.

The 3 Keys to Creating a Successful Info Product

Causes you to create actionable worksheets, tips, and content so that you can see if you even have enough material, information, etc. to create a full course/program out of your topic, or if it might be better as a book, or if it should be a one-on-one service, or be left alone as a workshop, or abandoned completely, or done as a collaboration, or made into a group program, etcc

Epic Email Marketing as an Opt-in Secrets

Out of all of the projects we’ve posted on this year, there are ten that stood out for the creators’ originality and their ability to inspire us to no end. These made us stand back in awe, almost in disbelief that someone could not only think of such a creative idea but execute on it so flawlessly.

Self-published Your Own Books as a Business Model

Let me just be honest with you. This post is going to REALLY get into self-publishing your own book. Like really really. There are so many misconceptions about how difficult publishing is in general, let alone self-publishing.

Becoming an Infopreneur Helped Me Earn Six Figures in 2019

If you’ve perhaps been following along with my blog, reading the income + traffic reports I publish occasionally, then you already know a little bit about how I structure my business and earn a living. But, what I want to talk about with you today is the revelation that has really helped me in my first year of business.

10 Non-Icky Ways To Make Money Blogging

A seasoned inbound marketer might say inbound marketing and digital marketing are virtually the same thing, but there are some minor differences. And conversations with marketers and business owners in the U.S., U.K., Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, I’ve learned a lot about how those small differences are being observed across the world.

How to Create Epic Digital Downloads with Apple Pages

Hello good people of 2015. I want to share with you something that will hopefully be useful in the new year as you tackle some new business goals (such as: creating and selling digital products) by the way, this is free. One of the questions I get most is: “How can I create worksheets or eBooks that look professional?” or “What software do you use to make your workbooks?”

Be Consistent and Small to Win at Business

Design speaks to each of us in a universal language. No matter your native tongue, excellence in design can intrigue, inspire and stir one’s emotions—no words needed (but really, if you enter type-driven design, that’s cool, too).

Blogger Collaboration for Fun and For Profit

Collaboration will expand your community and your opportunities to connect with people who want and need what you have to offer. Collaboration will also connect you with like-minded people; these connections can go anywhere (from friendships and people who share your stuff to long-term profitable relationships).

Why Not Use Your Voice on Your Blog?

It’ll make sense when you watch the video, or perhaps if you’re obsessed with classic movies like I am. I’ll give you a few tips on how to do each of those, but the exercise (PDF) is a great resource too. In this video, I also draw comparisons between the four types of bloggers and four types of “concert goers,”.

Simplicity And Elegance In Storytelling

I went off a bit the other day on Twitter regarding overcomplexity in fiction — I’ve seen it too many times now, especially across SFF and across thrillers or even horror novels, where convoluted characters motivations and plots get in the way of a damn good story.

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