- Content…it’s the HOW, not the WHAT
- Free Report: How to Get Traffic with PLR
- What Formats Should You Publish Content In?
- What Does Persuasive Writing Mean Anyway?
- Adding and Removing Limited Time Offers from Your Blog
- 7 Secrets for More Holiday Sales – No Matter What You Sell
- What Makes Pinterest Pins Popular?
- Tools to Make Your Own Website & Social Media Images
- Think Outside the Box: Use Images to Get Noticed
- It’s In 10 Days…What Are Your Questions?
- Weekend Reading: Content Marketing & Monetization Wrap Up
- Can You Do Me a Favor? How Do You Use DIYplr?
- What to blog about? What to blog about?
- For PLR Sellers: It Makes Me Smile When Things Click
- Writing Effective Product Descriptions
- Get Paid More with Google Adsense
- Following Up: Getting Your Website Started (Free Checklists)
- What’s Keeping You from Building a Website?
- How Do I Get Traditional Media Coverage for My Website?
- How Do Facebook Ads Work?
Category Archives: Monetize Your Knowledge Course
I’m so happy that you were able to join us for the Monetize Your Knowledge class. It’s completely free…there are no strings or obligations. Well, actually I do hope to obligate you to TAKE ACTION on what you learn. Everybody … Continue reading
I hope you had plenty of time to think about yesterday’s lesson and discover where your knowledge lies. We don’t have to be geniuses or know everything on a topic to deliver tremendous value to our readers and lesson 1 … Continue reading
If there’s one thing every online business owner has to come to realize is that they can’t possibly do everything on their own. Content creation and monetization is no exception. Today’s lesson covers why you need to get help with … Continue reading
Information Products are a low-cost and low-overhead way to sell your own product. Consider the following: They are inexpensive to create and produce. You can write your own , use PLR or hire a ghostwriter. You can also sell the … Continue reading
An online interactive course is an information product, but it adds the element of interactivity, where your customer can get feedback, ask questions and more. It’s a model that is more time-intensive on your part (unless you hire someone to … Continue reading