how I beat writers block

How I Beat Writer’s Block

I’ve often heard it said that there’s no such thing as writer’s block, and I believe that’s true. However, we all have times when we simply have a hard time getting started writing, whether that’s working on our next book, or writing our next blog post.   If you ever struggle with this (and who…

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Content Repurposing Plan

Do You Have a Content Repurposing Plan?

As you may already know, I have a book, Content Repurposing Made Easy. A lot of time and effort goes into courses, and I wouldn’t create one if I didn’t believe in the topic! If you’re wondering what repurposing is, simply put, it is creating something new from something old. You can think of it in…

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the 15 minute writer by nancy hendrickson

The 15-Minute Writer by Nancy Hendrickson (Review)

Many bloggers state that one of their biggest challenges when it comes to blogging is that they feel like they don’t have enough time. I can totally relate to that, because many times, in spite of my best intentions, I don’t get to the writing I planned to do for the day. One of the…

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what to do about the VAT tax if you sell digital products

If You Sell Digital Products, Here’s What You Need to Know About the VAT Tax

If you sell digital products, you need to know about the EU VAT tax. This post from ProBlogger goes into it, and here’s my take on it as well. If you sell digital products to people who reside in the European Union (which is most, if not all countries in Europe), you now have to collect…

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should you hire an editor or just use grammarly?

Should You Hire an Editor or Just Subscribe to Grammarly?

I’ve been a professional freelance writer since 1993. And I’ve been editing books articles and other content for the past seven years Because of that, I never thought that I would need a program such as Grammarly. And when it comes right down to it, I don’t NEED a program like Grammarly because writing and…

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how to connect your godaddy domain name with hostgator

How to Connect Your GoDaddy Domain Name with Hostgator

If you’re anything like me, you purchase domain names before you’re ready to use them, “just in case.” For various reasons, I use GoDaddy for registering my domain names, and Hostgator for hosting.   The purpose of this post is not to go into why I do that, but the short version is that I…

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How to Never Miss Another Blog Post Deadline

How to Never Miss Another Blog Post Deadline

A huge, huge problem that a lot of bloggers have is consistency. I’ve been blogging for years, and actually love to write, but even miss my own deadlines sometimes. For example, today is Tuesday, and I “should have” published a blog post yesterday. Yes, I missed my very own blog post deadline! Now there are…

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Will you fail on social media?

Will You Fail on Social Media? Here’s How to Find Out! [Infographic]

Social media is popular. Everyone’s on social media. Even my 83-year-old mom is on Facebook, and knows how to “LOL.” But while social media is popular, it doesn’t mean that it’s easy, and it also doesn’t mean just because you share your blog posts on social that they’ll go viral. Check out the infographic below…

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take time to think about your business

The Importance of Setting Aside Time to THINK About Your Business

I’m big on productivity. Do, do, do, and DO some more. But many times we can accomplish more with our business if we, for the moment, stop doing and just THINK.   Slowing down and taking the time to think helps to put all the pieces together, and can make the time that we spend…

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monday motivation try something new on your blog

Monday Motivation: Try Something New on Your Blog

When’s the last time you tried something new on your blog? I’ve written a lot on playing to your strengths on your blog. As an example, writing comes naturally to me, so I publish a lot of written content. I still think it’s a good idea to publish the majority of your content in a…

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