16 Awesome, Easy Ways To Repurpose Content & Drive Traffic

The last couple of months have been crazy around here.  (side note: you’ll be happy to know that I’m sticking around as the digital dynamo with that client and still pushing forward with all the greatness I have planned here).  The kiddo is back in school, I’m hitting the internet harder than ever and to be honest, most days I’m ready for bed around 9pm. It got me thinking – there has to be a better way to continue building my business and brand without continuing to burn out.  ‘Cuz really – my trainer, judo sensei and jits professor are almost ready to call in the hounds to find me. Productivity and time management isn’t a problem – I get a shit load of stuff done every day.  It’s the same problem that every other person who fantasizes leaving their 9-5 for the self employment lifestyle.  I’m running huge companies …

Launch your first product in minutes

It wasn’t that long ago that I finally, after sitting on a project for 3 years, launched my very first product.  Once I had the actual product laid out, I launched that baby within 30 minutes and it cost me about $5.  Here’s the lesson:  launching something doesn’t always mean you have to have a huge list, a spectacular $1000 product or take you 6 weeks to plan out. Make sure you have a PayPal account. If you don’t have a shopping cart or delivery system, get yourself an eJunkie account.  There’s a free trial, test it out and get your product in there.  It connects with your PayPal account so once it’s in there, all you have to do is upload your file and pop the buy it button on your site. There, you’re done.  No, I’m serious.  That’s the only thing that you need to do to get …

7 ways to find new blog ideas

You need to update your blog.  You sit down in front of your computer. 20 minutes later, you walk away from the still blank screen in a search for inspiration. Sound familiar? Yes Ma’am. First things first: I’m giving you permission NOT to write 7 days a week. Or even 5 days. I’d much rather see you create one great piece a week, than send out 5 mediocre articles. I bet your audience feels the same way. If your business relies heavily on news – then perhaps hire a freelancer to help ease some of the burden. FINDING NEW IDEAS Readers If you don’t have an autoresponder set up yet for new subscribers, get one done right away. Like today. New eyes on your material is a great way to get a fresh look at things you may have missed. It doesn’t matter if you have a survey in place or …