The above list highlights products and tools that Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation uses to keep his blog running.
Do take the time to get further details from his post.
Most of you probably have most bases covered, but maybe there’s room to grow, customize, or streamline. Thus…this list.
Take a look and share with a friend.
Reminder: This is just info, with no affiliation to Side Hustle Nation.
I hope this helps.
How can you NOT get some valuable and unique ideas from Search Engine Journal‘s list to spice up your blog posts and website offerings?
Some of my favorites include:
— Legit, content-rich clickbait
— ‘Day in the LIfe’
— Fact checks
So the challenge is to narrow down from this list the items that work for you (or a virtual assistant) as a creator and for your audience. Good luck!
Fast Company’s Innovation Festival (A virtual event)
September 27 – October 1, 2021
Your free registration gives you access to five keynote speeches, including:
— THE CASE FOR OPTIMISM: A CONVERSATION WITH DREW BARRYMORE
— EMPOWERMENT FOR ALL WITH ALLYSON FELIX AND ATHLETA’S MARY BETH LAUGHTON
— MASTERING SCALE AND CREATIVITY WITH REID HOFFMAN AND JUNE COHEN
Here are the various levels of access to the Innovation Festival‘s speakers, workshops, and panel discussions. (Sorry for not posting this sooner. Only the late rates are available through tomorrow, 9/26.)
More links from my Highlighted Posts Page. These links have considerable value beyond creating a successful side hustle.
Enjoy and share.
Seth Godin lists no-no’s to avoid in your sales/marketing strategies. Here’s his lineup, but follow the link for his insights on each marketing sin.
You might notice that this was a 2012 post. Doesn’t matter. Still as relevant today.
Lots of good tips here as most of us at some time or another–especially as we leave our comfort zones–face impostor syndrome.
A quote from Naomi Osaka: “…internally I think I’m never good enough. I’ve never told myself that I’ve done a good job but I do know I constantly tell myself that I suck or I could do better … Every time a new opportunity arises my first thought is, ‘wow, why me?’ ”
Other highlights from this piece by Julianne McShane:
“Part of those celebrations will include praising small wins, Osaka wrote, like recognizing when she wakes up and doesn’t procrastinate.”
“…think about where their impostor system stems from — and often, that’s childhood and family dynamics…”
Best of luck, side hustlers. You ARE good enough!
Nick Loper brings back Chris Misterek, who’s earned over $80K via freelance web developer gigs.
Chris’s main website: https://selfmadewebdesigner.com/
From Nick’s email:
“We cover how to:
— tap into the $2.5 billon freelance marketplace (where Chris himself has booked over $80k worth of work).
— set up your profile for success.
— create filters so you only bid on jobs that are a great match.”
Here is Chris’s first chat with Nick Loper–From ‘No Skills’ to 3K a Month on the Side–the most downloaded episode of 2020.
Here’s to forward momentum!
Hope today’s post will help.
Hubspot’s Matthew Brown posted this on August 3:
Key learnings from this post:
— In the formation stage, the team listened to 20 high-performing business podcasts. From that research, they gained four insights, including:
** 87% of the hosts were male.
** Very few shows used audience engagement tactics to connect host with listeners.
— “After exploring various formats, we went with a hybrid format — Chat Cast + Interview.”
— “Engineers perfect the sound of your show.”
— There are eight key components to a podcast team: