How to get a website

Create a website from scratch, no technical experience required. Use it for blogging, freelancing, writing, author-ing, side hustling, podcasting and so much more.

How to start an email list

Having a website is important so people can find you. An email list is important so you can go directly to your people. This is a continuation of how to make a website. 1. Create necessary pages for your email list Go to your WordPress Dashboard. Go to Pages > Add New. Title it Newsletter. … Read more

How to create content

Your goal is to become the go-to expert in your niche. Use your content to achieve this goal. Choose a niche (topic) Create helpful, entertaining or inspiring content related to what you sell. Provide solutions to common problems your audience faces, demonstrate your expertise and build trust. Why? So when your people need in-depth help, … Read more

How to get followers & traffic

You can have the best website, content or product in the world, but if no one knows it exists, you won’t get very far. To be successful, you have to connect with people — your target audience a.k.a. ideal customer a.k.a. avatar. The key to getting followers Make your content the best in your niche. … Read more

How to manage your time

Whether you’re planning work or life, schedule the things you don’t want to fall through the cracks first. Plan everything else around those things. How to create a schedule with Google Calendar Make a list of weekly activities to include in your schedule. Prioritize them. (If you read my time management book, pull these from … Read more

Grow Your Audience: My honest review

I bought Grow Your Audience in 2019. I renewed it once and joined the subsequent membership. What does Grow Your Audience teach? How to find and connect with your target audience or ideal customer. Who is it best for? Anyone who wants more traffic for your project, product or service. What method of making money … Read more

Self Publishing 101: My honest review

I bought Self Publishing 101 in 2018 along with two similar courses to compare. Of the three, SP 101 is the clear winner and the only one I recommend. What does Self Publishing 101 teach? How to self publish your books. It teaches how to market books, not write them. Who is it best for? … Read more