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Marketing your business well is likely one of the most important strategies you’ll take on over the next year. It’s the one thing that keeps the phone ringing, emails coming in, and customers walking through your doors. If you don’t have a strong marketing strategy, then you won’t have much of a business.
Don’t go into the next year doing the same things you’ve been doing that aren’t getting you the traffic you want. You work hard, pouring yourself into your writing. And there are people out there who need your voice in their lives.
Is your blog making you money? If not, then you’re probably hoping that it will at some point. And there are several ways to get your blogging efforts to produce some profits for you. One of the easiest and most common ways is with affiliate marketing. Simply, it’s the idea that you refer your readers to products and then get paid for that referral.
Admit it. If you’re a writer, then you’ve likely dreamed of being a best-selling author. Many writers go to great lengths to study what great writers say about writing. We strive to develop ourselves in the craft of writing. But being a great writer is more than just being able to write well.
Few things will impact your business growth in 2019 like following some powerful SEO best practices. But with so many ranking factors in the algorithms, how do you know what you should be doing to drive results?
With your hosting account, you can set up and manage email addresses associated with your domain name. That means that if your website’s domain name is example.com, then you can get email addresses like email@example.com. This is a great way to build and reinforce your brand.
It’s November. That means it is National Novel Writing Month, more often called #NaNoWriMo. If you’re participating, then you are likely busting your tail right now trying to figure out how to get to your 50,000-word count goal. More power to ya! But what are you going to do when you’re done?