My content organization effort continues…
For now, I hope the topic-centered approach is helpful.
Topic: Advice for Side Hustlers
Yesterday, I posted a video reviewing a StartupNation post by Brooks Conkle.
The video promised a follow-up on Brooks’ $300 in 21 Ways post on his own website.
And here is that post, including his YouTube video version.
Side note: I had created a short video steering viewers to the post with a few highlights…and I saw how really non-helpful it was, compared to just directing you to the post-and-video, so I tossed it.
Bottom line lesson for me: Don’t waste visitors’ time.
Lesson 2: Good idea to curate/rethink my own work.
Hope you see progress today.
A while back, I created a podcast [okay, an audio recording] for an audience of one–myself–to reinforce quality web content from Copyblogger.
Today, I’m posting a video in which I review a startupnation.com article by Brooks Conkle entitled How Multiple Streams of Income Saved Me During Covid-19.
Nothing fancy. Just a digital product you can make to conveniently–and effectively–revisit important content for yourself…or your customers. Added bonus: You’ll sharpen your production skills.
I hope this gives you a few ideas to curate for yourself. Note: Am happy to do this for you.
Today, I googled [should I capitalize the ‘g’? Will Alphabet/Google sue me if I don’t?] side hustlers’ favorite tools and up popped brooksconkle.com.
Quote from his ‘My Story’ page:
I don’t think that we should only attempt to think outside of the box. I think that we should Destroy the Box.
Here’s a list of his current, completed, on-hold, and scrapped projects. Interesting cross-section…
But back to his preferred tools to further his side hustles…
I hope you learn a little something…or that one of your own strategies or approaches is affirmed by something you pick up in my posts.