In our lives and businesses, we wrap many things in suits of armour, in our lives it might be our hearts or our fears, in our businesses it could be our products or our strategy, our personnel or partners, the things we are afraid to lose or that we fear could damage our livelihoods if effected negatively.
Author: Nick James
Guest blogging is a great way to tap into an existing, engaged audience. But in order for this strategy to really produce great results, you need to do two things: Find potential guest blogging opportunities. Do your due diligence on these blogs to ensure they’re high quality (so that your name isn’t forever associated with […]
Fair or not, your prospects are going to make their buying decision in large part based on the name of your product. That’s why you want to make sure you brainstorm and test a lot of different titles so that you can find the one that attracts the most cash-paying customers. And a good place […]
Do you sell a tangible product?
Here is the video we recorded when I took up the 15,000ft Sky Dive Challenge to raise money for ‘Help For Heros’. As a result of the Sky Dive We raised $5,000.
If you have a website – and especially if you have a blog – then optimizing your web pages for the search engines is probably at the back of your mind. But if you know anything about SEO (search engine optimization), then you also know there are a lot of pieces and parts you need […]
If you’re in the business of selling information products, then you’re definitely creating a lot of these products. That’s because you need a complete sales funnel, from your lead magnet to your core offer to your backend products – and everything in between. So if you’re like most info-product creators, you’re always looking for hacks […]
YouTube is not just the largest video sharing platform – it’s also a social network.
Post regularly — post every day, or at least close to it.
I debated sharing this infographic with you because it looks kind of SCARY! When you first pull it up, it’s one looooong skinny thing in the middle of your screen because it’s incredibly detailed (and yes, intimidating, too.)