So in my last post I explained why I don’t use a “funnel”.
In this one I will explain the result – that is the “feast or famine” income rollercoaster that I have been riding since I started this business.
It’s a phrase you hear marketing gurus use frequently, and I really despise it.
I really excited! I have a niche! I discovered this wonderful fact while doing some analysis of my business practices to try to figure out how to improve my cash flow. I dislike doing "business stuff" and usually don't much care for the answers I come up with, but...
I want to publicly thank all my clients who were patient and stuck with me while I was having such trouble with my computers. Not all of them did, I lost one long-time client, and was sorry to see them go. But every single one of my other clients stood by me and were...
I try to learn something every day. Some lessons need repeating until I finally get it.
The lesson I’m struggling with right now is “never let a client rush your work”.
So I was chuntering along quite happily, with 3 active sites under development (and one side project for a friend).
All was going smoothly…
So my last post was abut content marketing, and one of the main avenues for that is by blogging. But blogging can be a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it is a great way to keep content fresh and encourage frequent visits from the search engine bots. On the other...
Content marketing – honestly the first time I heard this phrase I wondered what the heck it meant.
When I found out more I got a little scared
I manage a lot of sites – some my own, some for my clients. And the one thing they all have in common is that they require a password to allow me to get in to the administration area.
How can I possibly remember that many passwords, let alone which one goes with which site?
I’ll tell you how.
Too many people don’t use strong passwords because they’re difficult to remember.
Every year, a list comes out of the most commonly used passwords.
If your password is on this list, go and change it.
Change it NOW!!
Many people make New Year’s resolutions, only to falter and fail long before the year is out.
I have decided to carry on my tradition of making at least one resolution I know I will be able to keep.
Last year I resolved not to climb Mount Everest, and I was spectacularly successful.
I was doing OK through most of December, right up until the 29th, when it snowed.