Cover Reveal: Blogger’s Quick Guide to Working with a Team

I’m delighted to reveal the cover for my next book, Blogger’s Quick Guide to Working with a Team! I’m really excited about this book because since I’ve been a team member for some of the top bloggers on the planet (Michael Hyatt, Marcus Sheridan, Amy Porterfeld and Pat Flynn, to name just a few) and…

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Jumpstart Your Blogging Productivity by Getting Away from Your Office

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If you’ve fallen into a rut with your blogging and you just can’t seem to get into the groove with it, a great way to jumpstart your blogging productivity is to change your scenery.   For example, I usually write blog posts at my desk in my office, and while that works for me, sometimes…

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How to Stay Fresh and Create Your Best Content

How to Stay Fresh and Create Your Best Content

Recently my family traveled to the Salt Lake City area to visit my dad. On the way to the airport following our visit, my eight-year-old son asked why the Salt Lake was full of salt water instead of fresh water. My dad explained the Salt Lake has no outlets. Water comes in, but it can’t…

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How to Create Time-Based Autoresponders in GetResponse

how to create time-based autoresponders in getresponse

In the video below I show you how to create a time-based autoresponder in GetResponse. But first, for those of you who may not already know, I want to explain what an autoresponder is, and the value of time based autoresponders.

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The Best Online Businesses for Introverts

The best online businesses for introverts

As an introvert, I thrive on alone time. Sure, over the years, I learned how to “function” in an extroverted world, but it wore me out. Almost four years ago, I made the decision to quit my job and making a living in the quiet and privacy of my own home. While I can’t say…

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How to Copy Emails from One Campaign to Another in GetResponse

In the video below, I show you how to copy emails from one campaign to another in GetResponse. Thankfully, GetResponse makes it really easy to copy emails from one campaign to another and in fact, gives you more than one way to go about it. You can copy both emails from autoresponder series and newsletters…

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Confident You: An Introvert’s Guide to Success in Life and Business

An Introvert’s Guide to Success in Life and Business

I have a confession to make: I’m an introvert. I’ve learned how to “fake” extroversion when I really need to, but deep down inside, I’m an introvert and always will be.   In my latest book, Confident You: An Introvert’s Guide to Success in Life and Business, my co-author Steve Scott (who is also an introvert) and…

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WordPress.org Vs. WordPress.com

wordpress.org vs. wordpress.com

You may be thinking about starting a blog. Or perhaps you have already started one, but aren’t sure that you’re using the best platform. Regardless of your specific situation, one thing you’ll need to figure out is whether to use WordPress.com or WordPress.org. WordPress.com and WordPress.org look very similar, but are actually very different.

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How to Remove Inactive Subscribers in GetResponse

how to purge your email list in GetResponse

In the video below I explain why it’s important to remove inactive subscribers from your email list and two ways you can do it in GetResponse.

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Understanding the Difference Between Hosted and Self-Hosted Blogs

understanding the difference between hosted and self hosted blogs

When setting up your first blog, one of the decisions you’ll need to make right away is whether or not to go with a hosted or a self-hosted blog. Understanding the pros and cons of each one is important. This post will help you understand the difference between hosted and self-hosted blogs, and from there…

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