Who’s Ready for a Cannon Ball?

Hi everyone! Remember when you were a kid and you went swimming at a pool and you ran (against all the “no running” nagging from your parents) and jumped in with both knees curled up to your stomach and your arms wrapped around your legs?

You didn’t care WHO got splashed – you were just gonna try to make as many waves as possible. Because it was fun.

Yesterday I wrote a post about how socialization trumps SEO for me (and many others). Cynthia Dixon of The New Internet Marketer commented and said: Read the rest of this entry »

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Outrank Experts and Still Make No Sales

Hi everyone! Inbox is flooded today. Tons of emails from people who read my writing post yesterday and are now focusing like laser pointers on SEO and ranking.

I used to as well, it’s okay.

But stop.

Really, you don’t have to live like that. Is SEO a cash cow for some people? Sure! But it’s not for everyone. I can’t remember the last time I checked my ranking for anything. I don’t care. I care if things are indexed period, but I don’t care where it falls in Google.

Now if you want to go learn SEO and the perks of that, more power to ya – enjoy, and I’m not the girl to learn from in that respect. If you can’t grasp SEO or aren’t seeing success, let me have your attention then. Read the rest of this entry »

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Forget Preferences – How Do You Best Learn?

Hi everyone! While recently taking an audio course (and hating it), I discovered I not only have a preference about audio, but I don’t learn well from it, either.

Video, on the other hand, is something I hate to see in a course (because most people drone on too long and are disorganized), but I DO learn from seeing things put into action.

Text hits it out of the ballpark for me. I’m able to (without pausing anything), digest, implement, and easily double check to see if what I did was right with the least amount of time occurring.

From time to time I write some sort of tutorial or butt kicking post here and I’ll see comments like, “I need to do this…” or “I have started this a zillion times but haven’t followed through.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Stop Thinking So Much

Hi everyone! As those in my private review of the 30 Day Info Business course already know, I wrapped up my part of listening to the course this weekend and now I’m on to creating something out of the PLR rights to it.

But while I was listening to the audio, two people asked questions of Sean Mize in his webinar or mastermind or whatever it was, and both are issues where the marketers are plagued by too much thinking.

So let’s tackle that.

First of all, I totally understand that you don’t want to be accused of anything, nor do you want to look stupid. So you’re being VERY cautious. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why I’m Upgrading to a Paid Forum

Hi everyone! For months now, I have been visiting some of the same old free forums (well, I’m grandfathered in even if they’re “slightly paid” now). Nothing seems interesting there anymore.

I’m just … bored.

The conversations aren’t interesting anymore. They’re the same. The influx of new members is the same.

I am always talking about leveling up.

For me right now, part of that is finding new people to learn from and absorb information from. I am always super careful about who I follow and learn from – and WHY. I’ve never been a bandwagon jumper who followed people just because they had a slick personality or made “X” amount of money.

That means diddly squat to me. Read the rest of this entry »

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