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How the IRS Destroyed the Section 199A Deduction for Small Business S Corporations and Partnerships

I’ve got some bad news, unfortunately. The IRS may have destroyed or dramatically reduced your Section 199A deduction. At least if you’re a typical small business owner. But let’s review the Section 199A deduction’s calculations. And then I can walk you through the nonsensical logic the IRS used to eliminate or dramatically reduce the Section […]

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Small Business Succession Planning Secrets

I spent last weekend in eastern Montana with a handful of third and fourth generation farmers and ranchers, relatives of my wife. Truly beautiful country. Awesome. At one point, I stood on bluff overlooking the land that Sitting Bull and his followers traveled through after the Battle of Little Big Horn. At the foot of […]

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The Marketer as Philosopher: 3 ways to achieve excellence in yourself and in your marketing

True marketing helps people make the right decision. So the marketer must escape the negative connotation of the role and embrace the power of marketing as a force for positive change in our world

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How to Wireframe a Landing Page: 6 steps

A look at the wireframing process we use for our websites at MECLABS Institute (MarketingSherpa.com, MarketingExperiments.com, and MECLABS.com)

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How to Create a Model of Your Customer’s Mind

(This article was originally published in the MarketingExperiments email newsletter.) Marketer, you know you have a good product. In fact, it’s exceptional. And you need to get this message out to as many people as possible in the most effective way. So, you have a message you are trying to communicate with prospective customers. But determining exactly […]

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The Hidden Magic of Arithmetic Growth

Many investors know about geometric growth, which is what compound interest is. Investors, for example, know that if you earn an annual 5 percent return on some investment, over time the investment grows large. Every retirement savings plan employs geometric growth. But small business owners want to know about another sort of growth, arithmetic growth. […]

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How to Make a Full-Time Income From Your Blog

The post How to Make a Full-Time Income From Your Blog appeared first on ProBlogger.

This post is based on episode 48 of the ProBlogger podcast. While there are no guarantees, earning a full-time income from your blog can be a realistic goal provided you’re willing to: get specific about your money goals be patient and consistent break the work down into achievable chunks. I’m going ...more

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The 21 Psychological Elements that Power Effective Web Design (Part 3)

How to get the order, the timing and the weight of your page elements lined up with the psychology of the customer's mind

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How to Relaunch Your Blog After it Becomes Dormant

The post How to Relaunch Your Blog After it Becomes Dormant appeared first on ProBlogger.

Based on Podcast Episode 234 Today I want to answer a question I get regularly from listeners: How do you relaunch a blog that’s died or become dormant? I’ll lay out two scenarios for relaunching a blog, and then give you 11 things to consider during a relaunch. Last week ...more

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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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