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Use Your Value Prop to Pivot: LIVE conversion optimization to help with marketing amid coronavirus

Even with an NYSE and Nasdaq market selloff, with quarantines, with national emergencies, marketers can use their unique skills to help their companies and clients find the opportunity.

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Marketers Stand Together: 3 powerful ways your marketing can combat coronavirus COVID-19’s impact

In this special response to the COVID-19 emergency, Flint McGlaughlin held a YouTube Live series to help bring like-minded marketers together and discuss the unique power we have as marketers.

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How to Get the Word out about Your New Blog

The post How to Get the Word out about Your New Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.

Last week I talked about the four stages of warming up your readers and turning them into raving fans. Well, today I’ll show you how to smash through that first stage: getting the word out about your blog. As a teenager, you may have once pined over a boy or girl ...more

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Becoming an Executor or Personal Representative

A little different topic this blog post. I want to talk about you agreeing to act as someone’s executor or personal representative. You know what I’m referring to here, right? That person appointed by the court to wrap up a person’s affairs after they die and follow the will’s instructions about who gets what. A […]

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How to Warm Up Your Readers and Make Them Raving Fans

The post How to Warm Up Your Readers and Make Them Raving Fans appeared first on ProBlogger.

This post is based on episode 112 of the ProBlogger podcast. Today I’m kicking off a series of blog posts designed to help you move your readers from feeling cold towards you, your brand and your blog, to being fully engaged and becoming raving fans. I’m going to talk about the ...more

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Get to Yes: Three conversion lessons learned from FBI hostage negotiation

Three lessons that business owners, marketers – and anyone else who needs to negotiate a deal – can learn to increase conversion.

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Delay Social Security Benefits to Bump Safe Withdrawal Rate

You maybe know this already. You can probably bump your safe withdrawal rate if you delay your Social Security benefits. For example, you may be able to bump your safe withdrawal rate by 10 or 20 percent if you delay starting Social Security. Interested in seeing if your situation allows this nudge? This blog post […]

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Conclusions Precede Decisions: Two case studies that teach the most effective way to amplify conversion

Flint McGlaughlin explains how to improve the content and presentation of an observation set to get better conversion results.

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Imposter Syndrome: What It Is, and How to Overcome It

The post Imposter Syndrome: What It Is, and How to Overcome It appeared first on ProBlogger.

This post is based on episode 121 of the ProBlogger podcast. Today I’m going to talk about imposter syndrome. Do you ever fear you’re about to be found out? That it’s only a matter of time before everyone realizes you’re not as smart as they thought you were, or that you don’t ...more

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How to Inherit a Million Dollars

Over the last year, I helped several families administer a large-ish estate and disburse decent-sized inheritances. Which was fun and interesting work. But the process triggered a recurring question: How to inherit money. Especially a lot of money. I found myself saying the same thing over and over. Then, a light bulb went on. This […]

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