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Have Blog, Will Travel: Tips For Blogging On the Road

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This post is based on Episode 243 of the ProBlogger podcast. If you’re travelling over the holidays – to see family and friends, or just for a vacation – then you might be worried about you’ll keep up with your blogging. (This can also be a challenge if you travel regularly.) Here ...more

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Most Popular MarketingExperiments Articles of 2018

Here are your marketing peers’ favorite articles from 2018, including a look at copywriting changes with large impact, optimizing for non-material costs and more

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Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction Danger Zones

Some bad news, I’m afraid.  The new Section 199A qualified business income deduction creates a number of danger zones for taxpayers and their tax accountants. That maybe sounds surprising. The deduction at first blush seems straightforward. Taxpayers simply add a tax deduction to their return equal to 20% of their “qualified business income,” right? Oh […]

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Section 951A GILTI Tax Avoidance: Ten Tricks

For some small businesses and individuals, the new Section 951A GILTI tax creates a huge planning challenge and compliance burden. And what’s worse? Many of these folks don’t even know yet that they have to deal with a new tax. No kidding, this could get ugly. Fast. Section 951A GILTI Tax in a Nutshell The […]

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Four Realities of Blogging Every Blogger Should Know About

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Does it look like other bloggers achieve success really easily? Maybe they’re content machines, pumping out great post after great post. Perhaps they’ve just launched yet another course, or have an amazingly swish new design for their blog. Or maybe they always reply to comments and emails really quickly. And ...more

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Real Estate Broker Section 199A Deduction

If you’re a real estate agent or broker, you may wonder whether the new Section 199A deduction works for you. And the short answer: Probably you get the deduction. But the real estate broker Section 199A deduction is complicated. And not every agent or broker in the end saves tax. Furthermore, some especially successful agents […]

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Designing Hypotheses that Win: A four-step framework for gaining customer wisdom and generating marketing results

By transforming marketing ideas into hypotheses, we orient our test to learn about our customer rather than merely trying out an idea. Here is a 4-step framework for creating a hypothesis, along with good and bad examples.

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13 Key Ways to Lower Your Blog’s Bounce Rate (and Why it Matters)

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Bounce rate is a Google Analytics metric that tells you the percentage of people who “bounce” off your site (i.e. visit your site and leave from the first page they arrive on). To find out your bounce rate, log into your Google Analytics account. (If you haven’t set up Google Analytics ...more

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Low-Hanging Fruit for the Holiday Season: Four simple marketing changes with significant impact

The goal of optimization is not to make changes to a page but to make changes in the mind of the customer. Here are some simple ways you can shift from communicating company logic to customer logic and optimize the thought sequence of your offer.

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The Millionaire Next Door Business Plan

Last week, after reading the newest book in the “Millionaire Next Door” series, I critiqued the critics. More specifically, I pointed out how the charge that Stanley’s work reflects survivorship bias doesn’t really hold up. Longitudinal surveys support Stanley’s conclusions. Note: That earlier blog post appears here: Defending “Millionaire Next Door” Theory: What Stanley’s Critics Got […]

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