Monthly Archives: March 2014

Rushing Versus Right

Hi everyone! How often do you rush something just so you can make progress or meet a deadline or make some money? Guilty as charged here, but it’s a habit I’m trying to break. My mentor always points out when … Continue reading

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Product Control Development Implementation Part 6

Hi everyone! Sorry I didn’t get around to doing Friday’s challenge post, but here it is. So we’ll have another one tomorrow for Monday’s post. This is our product creation challenge, based on what we’re learning in the Product Development … Continue reading

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I Really Don’t Care What You Have to Say

Hi everyone! Got myself in a tizzy, all riled up, panties in a bunch, back hair standing on end (if I were a Honey dog).  Lynn Terry from Clicknewz.com posted today about how a popular blogger site that teaches copywriting (I’m … Continue reading

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Social Networking: It’s Not That Hard

Hi everyone! I was just now catching up on my emails and 4 different emails had questions about how I manage to handle socializing my site(s) because most people (maybe you too?) feel overwhelmed managing a blog, let alone getting … Continue reading

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Do You Know (and Use) Every Part of a Content Funnel?

Hi everyone! Now that I’ve been leveling up in my PLR packs to include complete content funnels, I’ve been getting feedback from people saying they had no idea it worked that way – they either only blogged and did affiliate … Continue reading

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Product Control Development Implementation Part 5

Hi everyone! Today is Wednesday, so it’s time for another baby step toward our goal of creating a product. We’re using Product Development Control as our course of choice. Last time we did module 1, part 4 – so today … Continue reading

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