Archive | February, 2014

From Teacher to Entrepreneur – A Conversation With Adam Bellow

27 Feb

Adam Bellow is the founder of the popular bookmarking and digital portfolio service eduClipper. Adam, like me, was a teacher before taking the plunge and making eduClipper his full-time job. In the recording below I talk with Adam about that transition. One of my take-aways from the conversation is the importance of listening to feedback […]

How to Create Long-Term Value On Your Blog

19 Feb

In the podcast that I published last week Lee LeFever mentioned the importance of going for long-term value over short-term gains. He was speaking about the strategy that he and Sachi have used in developing Common Craft. The same idea can be applied to a blogging or consulting business. The power of explanations A “top […]

Why Email Is Still a Big Deal

16 Feb

Earlier this week Devon sent me a couple of great question through the¬†Worms In the Fridge Facebook page. She wanted to know what the difference is between subscribers and followers. Devon also wanted to know why I chose email subscribers as one of my goal metrics. Why email is a big deal to bloggers The […]

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