This is a guest post by Marcy Criner who has been selling her horse art for $500+ a pop. That’s a lot of money to pony up!
Here’s Marcy and her horse Aspen:
Marcy started painting pictures of horses and wanted to see if she could take that skill from a side hobby to a legitimate business (you can see … Continue Reading
To choose the right photo for any platform, you must first answer this question:
“What are you trying to accomplish?”
On LinkedIn you are trying to look professional.
On Facebook you are trying to look fun and social.
On dating sites you are trying to look attractive.
So how do we do figure out which photos are best without doing … Continue Reading
I don’t care if they’re in the United States legally or not, I respect people who make the attempt to work.
If you wake up and stand in a hot/cold parking lot for hours for the chance to MAYBE get a $10/hour job doing boring ass grunt work….I respect that.
This is the daily life of day laborers.
Pretty much … Continue Reading
If you post something on Facebook, it’s often your goal to maximize the amount of times it gets seen.
Facebook has a limit of content they can show a user before they get bored and leave the site (People average 50 minutes per day on … Continue Reading
When talking about a “Tagline” for a business, you’ll commonly hear some popular names cited such as:
The taglines examples you’ll see are typically that of ginormous brands.
But that’s the problem with these examples…
Every single one of these … Continue Reading
I do a lot of video calls, and in my place there’s a lot of backlighting which causes me to look like this on calls:
This lighting makes doing video calls pretty hard, and being brown doesn’t help either. But fortunately I found a way to light up … Continue Reading
Let’s put our “shady” hats on for a second. What we’re about to do isn’t technically illegal, but it’s slightly spammy:
We created a Content Mill to crank out tons of articles!
Sometimes this year I decided I wanted to get 10,000 visits per day on KopywritingKourse whether or not I published an article or not. This means the … Continue Reading
Many people can conduct their entire business or work from a laptop nowadays, and so there’s a new term:
A “Workcation” is a vacation you take to do work.
To some people this sounds horrific, to others (like me) it’s heaven.
A workcation offers a bunch of benefits:
You strike up a quick conversation and have less than one minute to explain yourself, your business, your goals and your passions.
Can you do it?
If you tend to stumble around on your words like I do, it may help to have a pre-written and memorized … Continue Reading