How To Sell Your Blog Or Web Business For Life Changing Money

By Yaro Starak

Long time readers of EJ will recall the early few years where much of my writing on this blog focused on my business at the time, a proofreading service called BetterEdit.

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The site connected international students studying at universities in English speaking countries, with academic editors, mostly PhD level academics or … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

How To Attract Coaching Clients Presented In My New Yaro.TV “Coaching Session” Video Format

By Yaro Starak

As you can probably tell I have upped the amount of videos I release on my YouTube channel.

I am personally recording quick behind the scenes updates that I call “Yaro.TV Dailys“, as well as releasing the occasional more substantial videos like my Stand Up Desk video.

I’ve also been working with my new Filipino project … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

Blog Content 2.0: How To Create Pillar Articles In Today’s New Media Obsessed World

By Yaro Starak

Many years ago I coined the phrase “Pillar Article” or sometimes called, “Pillar Content“, to describe how to create great blog content.

To my surprise, it really caught on in the blogging about blogging community and many thousands of bloggers use it to describe what good blog content is.

If you have never heard of … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

Marketing With Scarcity: How You Can Apply The Most Effective Selling Technique To Your Business

By Yaro Starak

Growing up like everyone living in a Western country, with shopping malls and TV informercials, I was well exposed to the concept of the time limited offer.

Whether it was the 24 hours I had to order within to get the extra set of steak knives during the late night commercial, or the “Christmas Special” with discounted prices until … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

Can You Apply The Minimum Viable Product Principle To Information Products?

By Yaro Starak

I recently listened to the audiobook version of the Lean Startup by Eric Ries.

My motivation for “reading” it is to help with the development of CrankyAds, my software startup. Lean startup principles are particularly good for a software company because of the unlimited features you could develop (given unlimited resources) contrasting with the need to just get Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

How A Guy With A Full Time Job Built A $2,000 A Month AdSense Income Niche Site And Then Sold It For $200,000 – Patrick Meninga Tells His Story

By Yaro Starak

Apologies for the tiny bit of static that came through in the recording.

This is one great interview if you are looking for a step-by-step story of how a guy can manage a full time job and develop a niche site income during his spare time. It’s also incredibly inspirational if you are new to this game of making money … Read the rest of this entry »

By Yaro Starak

Is Shiny Object Syndrome Blinding You From Building A Sustainable Business?

By Leevi Romanik

A business built on flimsy foundations will soon crumble.

How do you know if that is your business?

Here are some clues. If your business is built on tactics and not strategies, the newest “push button” software, a “loophole” to exploit Google or Facebook or any dodgy marketing tactic that misleads people, AKA, a shiny object.

The Internet … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leevi Romanik

Forget SEO And Think Local

By Bryan Clark

I know the headline is a bit contradictory. Local search is still considered SEO by those near and dear to our hearts.

Maybe for you targeting people all over the world makes sense. I’m certainly not saying to forget it completely, but I read a lot blogs semi-regularly and you might be pretty well served if you started catering to … Read the rest of this entry »

By Bryan Clark

Why I Canceled All My Memberships Except One: Mixergy Premium Review

By Leslie Samuel

I’ve been involved in internet Marketing since January 18th, 2011.

Since I started, I’ve had the privilege of taking part in a number of online courses that have given me a solid Internet Marketing Education. On the other hand, I’ve also purchased courses that just didn’t live up to the awesome sales page (and trust me, in some cases, … Read the rest of this entry »

By Leslie Samuel

7 Profit Boosting Tips That Convert Browsers Into Buyers

By Dr. Mani

I often invite my email subscribers to read posts on Entrepreneurs-Journey.com – and some of them are a little surprised when they read mine.

One wrote yesterday asking this question:

“Dr. Mani, I’ve read a few of your columns, and notice that most of them deal with mindset and attitude rather than the ‘how-to’ style teaching that your typical emails

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By Dr. Mani

The Ultimate Guide To Customer Segmentation Part 2: How To Segment Your Blog Readers

By Dee Kumar

This is the second part of my series on Customer Segmentation and Customer Relationship Management. If you have not read the first article in this series, begin here:

The Ultimate Guide To Customer Segmentation Part 1: What Are The Fundamentals And What Can You Expect To Gain?

A business only exists if it has customers (in the case of … Read the rest of this entry »

By Dee Kumar

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