It’s one thing to load your to-do list with exciting projects and ideas, but quite another to actually accomplish that massive amount of stuff without being glued to your computer, heading straight for burnout city. Click for my tips to conquer your to-do list every day.
There's nothing worse than feeling guilty for not blogging because you don't know what to write about. Click for five ways to quickly generate more blog post ideas that your audience will actually be interested in reading. Every single one of these options is extra helpful because they'll continuously provide you with new blog-worthy material.
The Ultimate Web Cash Flowchart. Fast Company's complete guide to getting ridiculously rich (quick!) with a Web-based business. Or at least a neato infographic from the author of "Everything Explained Through Flowcharts." (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post1009509&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
Your blog design can make or break your reader's experience. It can be as simple as making your site difficult to navigate or as serious as affecting your credibility as an expert in your niche. But either way, making even a couple of these changes will make it easier for readers to find more blog content, join your email list, browse your services, or buy your products.
It's the perfect time of year to take a little time off and work on personal and business development. And for me this means my comfy couch, a steamy cup of tea, and a pile of books, so I thought I'd share a list of the brilliant best-selling business books and a few of my personal favorites!
The new year always feels like a time to make changes, ditch habits and strategies that aren't working, and experiment with something new. If you're in the process of growing your blog here are 3 resolutions I highly recommend making (and sticking to) so you can see growth and good blogging things happen all year long.