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How I Lived Off ProBlogger for 2 Years and Made $50,000+ in 3 Months

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The last three years have been full of memorable events, both personal and professional. While I’ve been in the content creation field for a while, I’ve only been doing it full-time since 2016. That was the year I started taking on jobs from the ProBlogger job board. And since then ...more

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Why 80% of the Words on Our Webpages Are Wrong (Part 3): 4 elements that increase funnel momentum

Learn from the example of a brilliant communicator — Ian Fleming, the author of the James Bond novels who used elements of good copy to draw people in and keep their interest throughout.

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Planning for the Warren Wealth Taxes

Normally, we don’t blog about proposed tax legislation. Especially something like Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax proposals. She hasn’t even won her party’s nomination. And even if Senator Warren won the presidency, who knows whether enough moderate Democrats and Republicans would support her proposals. However, because her wealth tax works so differently from the way income […]

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Five Places to Find Work as a Paid Blogger

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If you’re interested in paid blogging, you might be wondering where to find work. Do you need to know the right people? Should you hang out at conferences, hoping to be noticed? Or do you apply to loads of blogs in the hope that one of them is looking for ...more

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Late S Corporation Payroll Hacks

This time of the year, tax accountants confront a common problem. That problem? Well, okay, this is awkward… but somehow, no one quite knows how, the S corporation hasn’t paid enough payroll to the shareholder-employee. Maybe the first quarter, the firm lacked cash. Second quarter, things got really busy. Then, you know, summer. And now, […]

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Why 80% of the Words on Our Webpages Are Wrong: Learn the #1 key to high-converting copy (Part 2)

Learn six common but deadly mistakes copywriters make on webpages – and strategies to correct those errors.

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Seven Important Things I’ve Learnt from Eleven Years of Freelance Blogging

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Have you ever thought of giving paid blogging a go? Maybe you see it as a means to an end, or perhaps a handy way to make some extra money to support your own blog. But paid blogging can also be a great way to super-charge your growth as a ...more

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Why 80% of the Words on Our Webpages Are Wrong: Learn the #1 key to high-converting copy

Learn a strategy for creating copy that starts a trust-building conversation with your customers.

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Is Your Blog Draining Your Bank Account? Here’s How Freelance Blogging Could Help

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Blogging can get expensive pretty fast. Buying a domain name is relatively cheap – often no more than $10. But after that the costs start adding up. You may need hosting. An email service provider. Security or technical help. A logo. A premium theme. Sure, your blog may eventually bring ...more

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Reprioritize Your Marketing Spend and Transform Your Results: Learn a radical new framework

What if you cut your budget 60 percent but achieved four times the profit? Flint McGlaughlin reveals a new heuristic for achieving more performance with less investment.

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