This is a guest post by Ray Edwards. He is is a marketing strategist, copywriter, speaker, and author. You can read his blog and follow him on Twitter. Your readers decide whether your blog post is worth their time within a few seconds. Most of that decision is based on the post title (or “headline”). […]
No one wants to lead an average life. But it’s easy to do. Jon Acuff’s new book, Start, is the alarm we need to wake us up and pursue awesome. In this review, I share Jon’s five-stage road map.
This is a guest post by Ray Edwards. He is is a marketing strategist, copywriter, speaker, and author. You can read his blog and follow him on Twitter. (I recommend both!) If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. If you’re a blogger who wants more traffic, more readers, […]
This is a guest post by Dean Dwyer. He is a former teacher who now makes a living online. You can read his blog and follow him on Twitter. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here. I have been pretty fortunate to have the opportunity to connect with […]
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