This guide is about every aspect of web hosting that might be important to an online business owner (at least every aspect I know of). You can follow the advice step by step or just pick the elements that seem to be the most significant for your current situation.
Ah yes, the new year is almost here and this means time for some new year's resolutions. Besides some obvious stuff like losing weight and spending more time with your kids I want to interest you with some online business related resolutions.
Admitting that I'm a bit drunk at the time of writing is probably not the most professional way of starting an article, ain't it? Okay, I'm not really drunk because it would be difficult to put some decent words together, but I am drinking beer just to get into the right mindset.
Reviews are like flyers in your local travel agency - some have no impact on you whatsoever, but some make you want to visit a certain place so bad that you literally can't wait to reserve a flight and a hotel. Writing a review is not about convincing anyone to do anything. It's about giving some honest opinions about a given product and listing its pros and cons.
Here's the core of the problem. Too many businesses (online and offline) tend to focus only on getting new customers and forget about taking care of the existing ones. For instance, have you ever seen a TV ad of a mobile network in which they're announcing that everyone who signs up for their services will receive a new iPhone for $10 (or something similar)?
If you're like most people then you might think that writing a journal/diary is child's play. That there's no possible value of such thing for a grownup. Well, think again. I always say that keeping a personal journal is the best way of warming up your writing muscle in the morning.
Not every day is mighty productive ... I'm sure you can relate to this. Sometimes you just don't feel like doing anything valuable even though you know you should. Being able to come to work with the same amount of productivity in you every day is next to impossible...
Procrastination has quite a bad publicity online these days. People start to understand how dangerous it is and how bad it can get over time if you don't do anything about it.
Haters gonna hate - as the poet says. Should you try to fix it, and turn a hater into a believer? Should you respond? Should you even care?
This part of the series is going to be a little different. That's because online courses are not a separate, individual business model on their own.