ONLINE STRATEGIES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES AND SOLO ENTREPRENEURS
In this issue, you will find...
Online Strategies for Small Businesses and Solo Entrepreneurs
for growing your online business !
In this succinct listicle derived wholly from experience, James Altucher provides the A-to-K on creating success from nothing.
With a focus on the foundations of an entrepreneur’s mindset, Altucher looks deeply into his first failure to contrast it with more recent success. Which were the thought patterns and assumptions that changed? From a big vision to having fun, here is how you can become an entrepreneur.
MailChimp is no longer just for email. They recently launched a functionality that allows you to monitor Facebook ads from their platform. Keen to stay ahead of the curve? Here’s how you do it.
If everyone is using the same keyword strategy - and we can be sure most are - then engaging in the same strategy is a zero-sum game.
Here are four ideas (and two bonus tips) for how to buck the trend and turn your game positive. These tried and tested methods from Joshua Hardwick will furnish you with the information you need to excel.
With Google’s RankBrain, artificial intelligence is more and more upon us, and it’s already turning SEO on its head. As mentioned in my last newsletter, long form is on its way out.
This article explains how best to take on a machine that knows when you’re writing filler for the sake of more keywords, and can sense good writing.
Think on this: It is possible to decrease your percentage search traffic and increase your percentage conversions to such a degree that your absolute sales will increase.
Simply bringing people to your site isn’t enough - you need to bring people who are going to buy your product. Time spent on any old SEO that drives traffic is useless. Here is ‘user intent’ and how to grab the users who will convert.
If your business strays even the tiniest amount into the world of e-commerce, this report is a must-read. Taken from a survey of hundreds of merchants, stats and graphs are produced from meta to minor levels on the whole playing field. Where do you stand on the spectrum?
Just because Google’s Search Console - formerly Webmaster Tools - is the best at some things doesn’t mean it isn’t the worst at others. Russ Jones and his team of experts takes this opportunity to test and explain exactly where you should trust GSC and where you shouldn’t. If you like to be data-driven, this article will explain where and how to get the right data.
There is, as I think we all know, a vast chasm between those of us who want to publish a book (me) and those who actually get around to doing it (not me).
True to his theory, David Kadavy publishes 100 words on how publishing 100 words daily can create the habit you need: to publish. Don’t set the bar too high. Set your brain patterns onto the right tracks.
A serial entrepreneur reflecting on big goals after a health scare has to be an interesting read. This refreshingly ambitious and well-thought-out post from Dan Norris will remind you why you strive. Each area is split into goals with rationales provided. This piece will make you think.