In this podcast episode, Paul and I address a really important issue, facing anyone who starts an online business.
If you’ve ever felt like getting enough traffic, enough attention and enough customers is an insurmountable task, then you need to listen to this. And if you are ever afraid to pursue a business idea because you think it’s too difficult for you, or if you are looking for easier options because you’re overwhelmed, you need to listen to this.
We all face these problems and fears. And as is often the case, the truth happens to be very counter-intuitive.
This week, I’m introducing a new show called the “App of the Week”.
If you’re an email subscriber, you already know about this (because subscribers always get extra special treatment, around here).
What is the App of the Week all about, why should you care and how can you take part?
Read on to find out…
In 2010, I published a review of Easy Video Player 2. Since most of the other so-called reviews for this product online were just promotional hype-fests and mine actually pointed out some flaws in the software, the post was a bit controversial.
The “sequel” to EVP2 has just generated a lot of buzz with a big launch and I’m already getting questions about it, so I decided I should publish a review of EasyVideoSuite as well. As usual, what you’ll find here is not my participation in the launch of the product. It’s an actual review, not an advertisement.
With that said, let’s get right to it.
This post is a candid look back at what happened in my business during the past year and what lessons can be learnt from it.
As every year, you get a no holds barred inside look. You get the good, the bad, the ugly.
Read on to find out why I said no to dozens of opportunites, lost tens of thousands of dollars and took a huge gamble…
In this podcast episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Ana Hoffman from the Traffic Generation Cafe.
Ana, who was also featured in our recent expert roundup, started blogging about three years ago and she quickly went from zero to getting thousands of visitors to her site and building a large and active community.
In this interview, she talks about the importance of having a unique voice as a blogger, the methods she used (and still uses) to get ever increasing numbers of visitors to her site, her experience with scammy network marketing companies (and what happens when she calls them out on their scamminess) and much more.