The Ultimate Guide to Selling Coaching Services on Your Blog Published by James ParsonsMonetization • Posted December 21, 2018

Why did you start your blog?
For some of you, it was a desire to get your opinions in front of the masses. You have opinions, you have data, you have conclusions, and you want them to be heard. You started a blog because, on the internet, anyone can build an audience.
For some of you, it was a means to make mon…

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Complete List of Free CDNs to Host Your WordPress Blog Published by Drew HendricksResources • Posted December 13, 2018

Internet speeds are getting faster and faster, and as a consequence, the amount of time we’re willing to wait for something online is dropping at a precipitous rate. When was the last time you waited over a minute for a website to load? At this point, I assume it’s having server issues and…

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Is It Legal to Embed YouTube Videos in a Blog Post? Published by Kenny NovakContent Marketing • Posted December 6, 2018

YouTube is a tricky site. The legalities surrounding it, as the largest video host in the world, are a labyrinth. It should come as no surprise that pretty much every aspect of it comes under scrutiny sooner or later.
Right now, let’s talk about the legality of embedding a video on your website,…

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30 Shopping Cart Plugins to Add Products to Your Blog Published by Drew HendricksMonetization • Posted November 29, 2018

If you want to run a web store, one of the easiest ways to do it is to set up a WordPress site and use an e-commerce plugin. It’s pretty quick and easy to set up, so you can go from no web presence to a functional web store in a matter of a few hours.
The question is, which shopping cart plugin should you us…

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25 Ways to Share and Promote Blog Posts on Pinterest Published by James ParsonsSocial Media • Posted November 23, 2018

Pinterest is a social network that has a huge amount of use and utility in some niches and is virtually ignored by others. It’s actually a great option for bloggers of all stripes, and you can get a lot of traffic and engagement from it if you know how. That’s what this post is for: to bring yo…

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How to Use “Answer The Public” in Your Blog Posts Published by Drew HendricksResources • Posted November 14, 2018

One of the hallmarks of a good piece of content is that people read it because it’s useful. It provides value to them, whether it’s notification of news, analysis of trends and how they affect the reader, instructions for some product or service, or tips on how to optimize a business proc…

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Yoast vs SEOPressor: Which is The Better Blog SEO Plugin? Published by Kenny NovakSearch Engine Optimization • Posted November 7, 2018

In the world of WordPress SEO, there are a handful of plugins that come up in discussion time and time and time again. WordPress SEO by Yoast. SEOPressor Connect. All in One SEO Pack. Today, I’m going to talk about the first two, Yoast and SEOPressor. Which is the better SEO Plugin for a WordPress…

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An Easyazon Review: Amazon Affiliate Blogs Made Simple Published by Drew HendricksResources • Posted November 1, 2018

In the world of affiliate marketing, Amazon’s affiliate program is one of the best for both newcomers and for established marketers. The sheer variety of products offered on Amazon, combined with the trust the site has established, makes it easy to sell. It’s no wonder so many people t…

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How to Properly Build and Grow a Squarespace Blog Published by James ParsonsContent Marketing • Posted October 25, 2018

Squarespace is one of many website builders that you can use to go from nothing to a functional website in a matter of hours. It competes with the likes of Blogger and WordPress, Wix and Weebly. I find it to be one of the better alternatives out there, and thus decided to write a guide to setting up and grow…

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Fixing the WordPress “Establishing a Database Connection” Error Published by Drew HendricksResources • Posted October 18, 2018

One of the most infuriating things about dealing with software, coding, and development is error messages. Almost no one in the history of the world has been able to write a piece of software with graceful failure states and verbose error messages that tell you exactly what the problem is.

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