Category Archives: Entrepreneurship

Category: Entrepreneurship

Best of 2017: Our Favorite Posts for Writers from the Last 12 Months
Entrepreneurship,Motivation,Writing Frank Wesley

2018 is around the corner. This could be the year you crack your first 1,000 subscribers. This could be the year you get published on that blog you’re dying to write for. This could even be the year one of your blog posts goes viral. But none of that will happen unless you keep at(…)

How to Use Transitional Phrases to Keep Your Readers Sliding Down the Page
Entrepreneurship,Writing Frank Wesley

Some writers seem to have a magic touch… One minute you’re reading their opening, and before you know it, you’ve reached the end of their article. Their content reads so smoothly, it’s almost impossible to stop. So how do they do it? Well, great writers are meticulous about making each line flow seamlessly into the(…)

How to Write a Bio that Convinces Readers You’re Their Personal Superhero
Entrepreneurship,Writing Frank Wesley

Writing a bio is hard. You have to knock ’em dead with two or three dazzling sentences that show you’re a likable, credible, and accomplished expert. When readers read your bio, they must believe you’re the answer to their prayers — the superhero they’ve been waiting for, that will swoop in and solve that big(…)

6 Best WordPress Backup Plugins Compared (100% Objective)
Entrepreneurship,WordPress Frank Wesley

Imagine if one day your blog just disappeared. It’s a terrifying thought, right? You put all that work into writing amazing content and developing an audience. The last thing you want is for it all to go up in a puff of smoke because of some technical issue or hacker. But if you don’t back(…)

A Simple Strategy That Got This Blogger 3.6 Million Facebook Likes
Entrepreneurship,Standing out Frank Wesley

When Jon Morrow launched his new personal development blog, Unstoppable.me, at the end of 2016 he reached out to a few successful bloggers to share his first post. Jon credits Steven Aitchison’s Facebook fans for the massive amount of clicks and shares that put that first post over the viral edge — 16,000 in three(…)

8 Ways to Make Old and Boring Topics Feel New and Exciting Again
Entrepreneurship,Standing out,Writing Frank Wesley

I get it. You don’t want to be one of the millions of bloggers stuck in the land of sameness — indistinguishable as you parrot the same old advice everybody else does. You want your voice to be heard, and you want it to feel vibrant, fresh and new. But your blog topic feels threadbare,(…)

8 Old-School Blogging Tactics That No Longer Work
Content Marketing,Entrepreneurship,Mistakes Frank Wesley

You feel misguided. When you started your blog, you thought you could just follow in the footsteps of your favorite blogger, right? Just publish great content and maybe spend some time on social media and you thought the readers would come. But in reality, you find yourself grinding. You stay up late after your 9-5(…)

10 Tried and True Tactics for Getting Your First Coaching Client
Beginners,Entrepreneur,Entrepreneurship Sonia Thompson

You’ve seen their posts on social media … Bloggers boasting about their multiple six-figure coaching businesses, telling you how much they love their work, their clients, and their lives. They tell the tales of their premium coaching packages and the waiting list of clients eager to whip out their credit card. It seems like an(…)

How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress in 5 Minutes or Less
Entrepreneurship,Tools,WordPress Frank Wesley

You want to know whether your blog is doing well, right? Whether those posts you work so hard on are attracting traffic, and where that traffic is actually coming from? Whether your last marketing campaign was a smashing success or an unfortunate bomb? Because if you don’t know whether what you’re doing is working, you’re(…)

How to Write a Paragraph in 2017 (Yes, the Rules Have Changed)
Beginners,Entrepreneurship,Writing Frank Wesley

You want people to read your content, right? That’s why you wrote it in the first place. But getting people to read your content in today’s world of speedy news, food, and pleasure is a challenge. You’re not just competing with other writers, but with everything online — cat videos, Kardashian gossip, Game of Thrones,(…)