The Best (and Affordable)…

If you cannot get your head around Pinterest and want to know how to make the best out of this great platform, then keep reading this post. Ell Duclos’ course is definitely the best course for new bloggers at a very affordable price too. Here’s a review of the course and why it has been a game changer for me. The Best (and affordable) Pinterest Course for New Bloggers – A review of Ell Duclos’ Pinterest course Following my February Income Report, I realised I need to do something about Pinterest. So I decided that in March I was going to invest in a Pinterest Marketing course. I started to do some researches to find a good affordable course. Let’s be honest, there are PLENTY of courses, especially among bloggers, but most of them are just too expensive. Hopefully, from an expensive course, you’ll learn a lot, but I just … Continue Reading

5 Reasons Why Your…

Are you new to blogging and don’t know what a self-hosted blog is? Have you started a blog and want to SERIOUSLY made money out of it? Or aren’t you still convinced why a self-hosted blog should be the way to go? This article will explain the 5 reasons why your blog needs to be self-hosted, what is it and how to seamlessly start self-hosting your blog.

5 Biggest SEO Mistakes…

In today’s post, I want to talk about the 5 biggest and most common WordPress SEO mistakes that I persistently encountered while doing work for clients in the past. Even if you are a beginner and just started out, is important to have a SEO-proof blog or website because you want people to find you in Google in order to grow/make sales/views/etc.. 1. Blocking Search Engines Believe it or not, on WordPress you can block search engines from finding your blog or website. For example, I had a client who created his website for a personal project and didn’t want to share it on search engines. It’s more common than what you think. Because of that, it might also happen that you accidentally turn the option on, making search engines turning away when it comes to your website. If you want to check you’re not blocking search engines, in your … Continue Reading

How to understand Google…

If you’ve got a website or a blog, the first thing you must do is link it to a Google Analytics account. Google Analytics gives you useful data and analytics so you know how your blog is performing.   If you are monetising your blog, or planning to, is very important to understand how your blog is performing so you can implement or understand which is the best money-making strategy.

Handling A Blackout At The Office

There are a lot of ways that your office building can be affected when it comes to electrical disruptions in your area. Whether the disruption comes from interruptions in the circuitry or they come from the weather, you need to know how to handle things at work should everything blackout and you’re left without power. Being … Continue Reading

Why You Need To Invest In Employee Training

When you are running a business, you’re looking after employees of all types. You are in charge of things going well, and you’re also accountable for when they don’t. Part of that is when your employees are unhappy. You might not think it’s your fault, but people don’t leave bad jobs, they leave bad bosses! You … Continue Reading

Monetising With Merch: Is It Right For You?

While blogging can be a great hobby, the work and commitment necessary to keep up means that you may eventually want to see some returns. At this stage, it’s not unusual to start reaching out for brand or sponsorship deals, but if you have your sights set on a full-blown blogging career, many would argue … Continue Reading

5 Effortless Ways To Make Money From Home

Being an entrepreneur is not always easy. Sometimes it can be a grind to find the time and motivation to keep going on your own. That’s why more and more people are turning to side hustles for some extra cash. Side hustles allow you to make money from home while doing something you enjoy, so … Continue Reading

The Best FREE SEO Tools for Your Small Business Marketing Tool Box

Search engine optimization (SEO) tools aren’t just for big enterprises and companies that can afford the resources and time for big-name SEO platforms. Even start-ups and small businesses can benefit from SEO, especially when they use the right tools. The higher quality your SEO is, the more visitors will reach your site, which results in … Continue Reading

5 Reasons Your Home Isn’t Selling Fast

Home selling, in a perfect world, would be a predictable and linear process. You place your residential property on the market, schedule a bunch of in-person and virtual showings and get the best possible offer from homebuyers. Home selling doesn’t always work like this, and plenty of sellers are puzzled on why their property isn’t … Continue Reading

How Does Your PC Even Work

Some think it’s witchcraft, others have spent hours studying the various processes, but however, you think computers work it is still highly impressive stuff. In the past 50 years, we’ve seen computers develop from the kind of things we once thought were futuristic and, in many cases, unrealistic, into machines that we often take for … Continue Reading

How You Can Free Up a Busy Schedule When Running a Business

Running your own business is usually based on passion of some sort so actually being able to be involved more in that than the actual background stuff like admin and so on is huge to make sure you stay motivated and happy with your new business. However, it can be hard to free up a … Continue Reading

AI Can Help with Personal Finance, but Only to an Extent

Many of us have belatedly realized that we’ve already entered the age of AI. For years, Google algorithms have decided what comes up first in response to our queries. Amazon does likewise recommend new products. Social media and entertainment apps like Netflix and Spotify use AI in the same way. Machines can learn about us … Continue Reading

Directing Your Freelance Career Path Begins With Identifying a Niche

Around the world, trends point to an increasing shift towards freelance work. More people are either abandoning the 9-to-5 in order to work as independent contractors, or adding a side hustle to the traditional employment model. Yet even though the gig economy is relatively young, we’re already seeing a tale of two halves. The on-call, temp workers … Continue Reading