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Are Houses Investments?

I got into a friendly argument with another financial writer recently. I said houses count as investments. He said houses didn’t count. We chatted about this a bit. And after discussing, we agreed to disagree. You don’t care about that, of course. Except I think our points of disagreement suggest actionable insights for people buying […]

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The 21 Psychological Elements that Power Effective Web Design (Part 2)

Watch the teaching session about 3 design elements: flow, personality, connection. Free infographic.

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The 21 Psychological Elements that Power Effective Web Design (Part 1)

Get insight into important page elements like determining your ideal customer – demographic vs. decision profiling, and the dangers of having more than one objective on your page.

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Four Types of Blog Post to Create if You Don’t Want to Write Much

The post Four Types of Blog Post to Create if You Don’t Want to Write Much appeared first on ProBlogger.

This is a post by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke Do you get sick of writing sometimes? Even the most enthusiastic bloggers have days when they struggle to get the words out. Perhaps you’ve been writing a lot, or you simply aren’t feeling very creative. But what can you do? ...more

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279: How Jeff Goins Evolved His Blogging Into a Million Dollar Business

The post 279: How Jeff Goins Evolved His Blogging Into a Million Dollar Business appeared first on ProBlogger.

How Blogging Led to a Million Dollar Business for Jeff Goins Jeff Goins shares how his blogging business has evolved over the years. What he’s doing now is very different than when he started. Blog 1: Jeff started blogging as an outlet to catalogue his journey across North America while ...more

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A/B TESTING SUMMIT 2019 KEYNOTE: Transformative discoveries from 73 marketing experiments to help you increase conversion

Watch the replay of Flint McGlaughlin’s A/B Testing Summit keynote to get research-based ideas to help you reconceptualize your marketing and increase conversion in your marketing funnel.

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Maximize Depreciation Deductions under the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 created new depreciation rules. And both business owners and real estate investors want to learn the new rules in order to maximize depreciation deductions. In the paragraphs that follow, accordingly, I briefly describe the three big depreciation changes in the new law. A Little Background But […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Creating Evergreen Content For Your Blog

The post The Ultimate Guide To Creating Evergreen Content For Your Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.

This post is based on episode 136 of the ProBlogger podcast. Back in 2007 I was asked a question: “If you could only write one type of content on your blogs forever, what would it be?” My answer then is the same as my answer now: evergreen content. What is Evergreen ...more

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Ask MarketingExperiments: How do qualitative research, design thinking, and design sprints relate to A/B testing?

A design sprint can be a way to build something based on gut thinking, opinions and data. But this should lead to a hypothesis which you can test with real-world behavior.

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A Dozen Reasons for Direct Real Estate Investment

Okay, I am not a direct real estate investment fanatic. Absolutely not. Further, I get that direct real estate investment burdens investors with some problems. Illiquidity for one. A lack of diversification for another. And then the extra work of owning and managing properties. But critics of real estate investment absolutely get it wrong when […]

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