Let's not fool ourselves here ... WordPress is a complicated thing. And no matter what most tutorials on the web try to say, getting a good grasp on it does take some time indeed. So what I want to show you today is a slightly different approach to WordPress.
Today, I bring you Rocky. Or Sylvester Stallone if you prefer to use his real name. Sly is one of THE action film heroes. He is also the person with the most inspiring success story in the history of ever.
If you want to find out how to learn SEO online then it seems like it's a topic that's fairly well-covered as it is. I mean, there are sites like Moz.com, Search Engine Journal and so on. But as it turns out, they are more about the in-the-trenches practices and advice for people who are already deep into SEO. But what if you're just starting out?
Yes, today we're all over online snake oil salesman! Maybe you've noticed that I quite enjoy writing posts on the dark side of online business, or more precisely, the dark side of online business education. In other words, I love to stumble upon some hip new douchebag marketer techniques, also known as online snake oil salesmen (in memory of their idols from back in the day in the wild west).
Now, the most important question here is this: What's in it for you and how can you learn from my unfortunate mistakes? Here are the things I'm about to discuss: Why I think that writing a 100% personal blog is very unlikely to stand the test of time. How to find out if you're heading towards failure or not. How to launch a personal blog better. When is a good time to pull the plug on such a site.
The topic of doing this or that while on vacation is quite popular among online business people of today, otherwise known as online entrepreneurs. I guess the main reason is that many people find it hard to detach completely during their vacation time and to forget about all forms of work altogether. And, to be honest, I'm somewhat that type of a person too.
Here's a question for today: Are you in a situation where you're waiting for an audience that isn't there? Or providing a product that's simply not attractive to an existing audience? And even if that's the case, how do you find out?
I've always been fascinated with WordPress themes for some reason, and particularly WordPress business themes. Probably because they allow us to change virtually everything about our sites in just seconds, via a simple "activate" button under a new theme.