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How to Determine What to Ask For (Part 1)

02 Mar

So you’ve been blogging consistently for a while, building a nice little following, and giving some free presentations to build your skills and credibility. Then one morning the email that you’ve been waiting for arrives. Someone wants to pay you to speak! Your eyes light up because as Randy Moss says, you’re going to get […]

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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