One of my favorite things to do is to help people find answers to their problems and encourage them to keep following their dreams.
But… that’s hard to do if you don’t know people’s problems and dreams!
So, would you take the next two minutes or so to fill out my seven-question reader survey? I’m going to use your answers to plan out all of my content for 2017: newsletters, blog posts, courses, and more!
Take the reader survey now!
And if you leave your email address at the end, I might follow up with more questions and a gift card for saying thank you!
Aaah, the end of the year. The time when we plan out our New Year’s Resolutions and get super ambitious with our goals.
But, as everyone knows, we set these awesome goals in December and January, and they’re history by February.
Let’s take my 2016 New Year’s Resolutions, for example. At the end of December, I decided that in 2016, I was going to create two courses and two ebooks for my blog.
This is great if you’re blogging full-time, right? Lofty enough to make you work for them, but still relatively achievable if you’ve got the time for them.
Well… I ended up creating one ecourse and zero ebooks. And I had already started creating the ecourse in December of 2015.
So what stopped me from achieving my blogging goals? Oh, it might have been the fact that three days into 2016, I moved to a different state and wasn’t sure when or where I was going to find a job.
One of the most common questions I get as a blogger is how the heck do you make money from your blog?
Well, one of the biggest ways I monetize my blog is through affiliate links.
In 2016, almost 18% of my blogging income was made with affiliate links. So, how can you do the same thing, and what rules do you need to follow to prevent you from getting in trouble?
**this post contains affiliate links that I could make commission off of. all opinions are my own
Working with a designer is awesome. You get all kinds of ideas for branding and content upgrades that you never could have thought of on your own.
But the downside is the cost. It can get expensive to work with a designer.
I know this because I am one. I work with clients to build a brand and create templates for images and content upgrades. It’s a ton of fun, but the cost can add up quickly.
So, it’s time to face the facts: do you really need to hire a designer to work on your blog?
Organization is a key part of productivity. After all, if you can’t find anything, it’s going to take a while to get things done.
That’s why I’m always super strict about my file organization. Whether it’s for work, my blog, or my personal life, my files always have to have some sort of organization.
So how can we ensure you’ll never lose a file again and always know where to look? Here’s how to organize your blog files.