nudged me toward digging further into Buzzfeed’s take on side hustling. Yesterday’s post of side-hustlers’ tips
It led to this fun 2018 piece:
. 10 Things That Will Make Every Side-Hustler Say “True”
NOTE: Just as interesting were the comments below this Uber-sponsored post.
To those visiting today,
here’s wishing you
a memorable [for all the right reasons] 2021.
I thought I’d explore a different outlet for their side hustler content.
. 11 Ingenious Tips About Side-Hustling From Actual Side-Hustlers
As always, the intro graphic gives some key points, but it’s well worth clicking over and picking up new notions and/or solid reminders of how you might approach your venture. Note: This is a 2017 post. It would be interesting to see if the advice still applies in late 2020. It seems to…
Hoping you benefit from sidehustlecurator.com!
In the meantime, keep plugging!
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Coopyblogger Editor-in-chief Stefanie Flaxman
to create a ‘web of content’. shares advice on using internal links
Title of post:
One Ridiculously Easy Blogging Ingredient that Satisfies Hungry Prospects
The post’s three suggested strategies:
Plan your links. Look for/aim for/point to connections between your posts. Choose intriguing words and phrases. Use terms that match or pique your visitors’ interests. (Ex. ‘call to action’ and ‘selling points’) Let your content inspire more content. Link back to previous relevant posts and add a reminder to further explore a concept in future posts.
** Because of the nature of sidehustlecurator, this post is a prime example of
, not as I do. do as she says
Also due to the nature of my blog, most posts are merely pointers to the better stuff. DO follow the links!
I thought I’d follow up the
with ’email subject lines that worked on me’ post . (NOTE: **Tim S. offers proven templates further down in the post. Be sure to score those.) advice and research from Copyblogger’s Tim Stoddart
A few more highlights from his
: November 10, 2020 post
7 out of 10 campaigns with emojis received more abuse reports. In your A/B tests, change just one variable at a time. Incorporate data in your subject lines.
Here’s hoping the holidays have yielded a few pleasant surprises for you all.
So I recorded my quick review of the 73 different kinds of cookies baked into this one website.
Note: Magnify the screen image to make it easier to view.
Ross calls it his
content marketing remix.
This post answers the following questions:
What is a content distribution strategy? What is a content marketing remix? How do you know what’s worth remixing?
Happy holidays to sidehustlecurator visitors.
Thanks for reading. Wishing you a seriously great 2021.
Ryan Robinson, writing for Forbes.com,
on dealing with what is inevitable for all of us: shares some tips . Rejection
I’ve paraphrased a few of his additional points:
The graphic above offers just a sampler of the
36 lessons and 2 review sessions you will find at . More to come, I’m pretty sure. Side Hustle School’s Classroom Page
Each lesson consists of a detailed lesson summary and a link to the corresponding podcast episode.
At the risk of sounding not so eloquent, great stuff. As I’ve also noted about
content, this is a book-on-a-page. Copyblogger’s Keep grinding. You never know what sparks might develop!