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A/B Testing: Why do different sample size calculators and testing platforms produce different estimates of statistical significance?

The data from A/B testing provides valuable insights into customer behavior. But if you don’t understand those numbers, they will only mislead. Read on for a quick dip into the deep end of statistics and sample sizes.

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5 Blogging Lessons You Can Learn from a Small Country Town

The post 5 Blogging Lessons You Can Learn from a Small Country Town appeared first on ProBlogger.

Looking for the fast lane to blogging success? Want to join the upper echelons of blogging stardom at the top end of town, and be dazzled by the bright lights of the big city? If you’re exhausted from chasing all the shiny things and trying to keep up with the ...more

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Section 199A Trade or Business Concept Deconstructed

The new Section 199A deduction requires taxpayers to identify the individual trades or businesses they receive income from. The reason for this identification? The 20% deduction you calculate looks at trades or businesses individually. Example: You own four businesses: a pet food factory, a trucking company, a consulting firm and online retail store. Probably in […]

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263: How Mim Blogged Vulnerably to Grow a Six-Figure Blog

The post 263: How Mim Blogged Vulnerably to Grow a Six-Figure Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.

How One Blogger’s Vulnerability Resulted in Growing Her Blog In this episode of our Blogging Breakthroughs series we feature Mim Jenkinson and her blog Love From Mim. Mim started blogging for one reason, but ended up blogging for a different reason altogether. On her blog Mim shares tips on how ...more

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262: How Carolyn Started a Directory to Attract Readers to Her Blog

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How One Blogger Created a Directory that Attracts Readers We continue our Blogging Breakthroughs series with Carolyn Edlund, whose Artsy Shark blog focuses on the business of art. Carolyn shares the story of how she created a directory to attract readers to her blog instead of having to chase after ...more

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Lead Nurturing Tested: How slight script tweaks increased response by 31%

The sale is the goal. If a lead is generated but fails to close, it’s just taking up space in the email database. Here are some concrete principles to improve nurturing processes toward the final sale.

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8 Important Admin Tasks to Do When Launching a New Blog

The post 8 Important Admin Tasks to Do When Launching a New Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.

When you launch a new blog (especially if it’s your first), there’s so much to do it can feel overwhelming. Having spent so much time and effort selecting your theme, pre-writing posts, and maybe even setting up your email list, you probably just want to make it live as soon as possible so you can ...more

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Section 199A Rental Property Trade or Business Definition

Section 199A potentially gives real estate investors a deduction equal to 20% of their rental income. Some real estate investor with, say, $100,000 of rental income might get a $20,000 Section 199A rental property deduction. But a catch exists. An investor’s real estate activity must generally rise to the level of a trade or business. […]

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261: Breakthroughs that Grew My Blog from 30 Readers a Day to Profitable in Less Than 2 Years

The post 261: Breakthroughs that Grew My Blog from 30 Readers a Day to Profitable in Less Than 2 Years appeared first on ProBlogger.

Three Breakthrough Tips That Helped a Blogger Become Profitable Here’s another episode from our Blogging Breakthroughs series, which features bloggers’ stories about breakthroughs in traffic, income, and other aspects of blogging. About two years ago, after a career in Air Traffic Control and dealing with health issues, Michele Robson decided ...more

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The Trust Trial: Could you sell an iChicken?

If Apple released an iChicken, people would be lined up and down the streets to buy it. That’s the power of BRAND. You build a brand by earning your customers’ trust. Here’s how …

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