What Should I Send to My Email List?

What to Send to Your Email List

Do you email your list regularly or do you find yourself putting that task off? Maybe you don’t know what to say or you worry that you don’t have anything exciting to share. Regina recommends the extra post method. So you can actually create an entire extra blog post each month or each week and […]

Are You Ignoring This Free Traffic Source?

With dozens of social media platforms to choose from, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the options. But there’s one social media network in particular that’s easy to ignore yet a great source of free traffic for solopreneurs – that network is Google Plus. Will writes, Google+ consistently delivers more engaged visitors than both […]

The Best Social Media Sizes for 2015

Social media networks are constantly tweaking their layouts. This means you may log in one day and find your photos don’t look as nice as they did previously. If you’re wondering why this happened, Kristi explains it well, Your images need to be the correct size for each social channel to maintain their proportion and clarity.” […]

Are You Making These Blogging Mistakes?

Many solopreneurs use blogging to further their marketing efforts. Maybe you’re doing the same thing. You’re using your blog to bring attention to your services or products and connect with your audience. But your message might be lost if you’re making these blogging blunders. One mistake that Michael Hyatt points out is poor formatting. Your posts […]

How to Love Your Work Again

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the day-to-day operations of your business. From juggling multiple clients to keep your social media profiles active, there’s always something to do. But if you’ve lost that lovin’ feelin’, then Rochelle Moulton has some advice for you, Ask yourself this one question: What lights you up? And once you […]

From Competitor to Colleague

Turn Competitors into Colleagues

Keeping an eye on what your competitors do can provide you with valuable information about your industry. By studying your competition, you can learn a lot about your audience and what they want. Even better, you can learn how to create products that your competition will happily promote for you. Ponn writes, “While researching our competition during […]