How to Follow the Wonderful Wizard of MOZ to Emerald SEO [ EP 11 of The Blog Chronicles]

October 6, 2016
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Welcome to Episode 11 of The Blog Chronicles.

On this episode we’re meeting with Rand Fishkin, The Wizard of Moz,

That is now his official title at Moz Inc. after stepping down as the longtime CEO.

Rand has been considered an authority on SEO, Blogging and Online Business for years now. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and events around the world. (more…)

Tribe Conference: My 6 Personal Tips and Takeaways

September 29, 2016
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Tribe Conference

In September of 2016 I attended my first Tribe Conference and enjoyed the experience.

The Tribe Conference is definitely a conference worth attending if you are a blogger, writer, author, podcaster, or creative entrepreneur.

I say “creative” entrepreneur because the atmosphere has a creative vibe to it.

I didn’t meet any insurance salesmen. Most people attending were not corporate types. (Yay!)

This is a group of people who have a passion (like coaching or fiction writing) and want to meet other like-minded people and learn how to share their passion online. (more…)

How to Make a Big Foot Print With Your Blog -[EP 10 of The Blog Chronicles]

September 28, 2016
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A blogger goes hiking in a Douglas Fir filled forest somewhere in Oregon…

All is serene and relaxing until he hears a weird noise.

He pauses, stops on the trail and listens.

There it is again. A strange clicking sound…

The blogger has heard stories about Big Foot sightings in these parts…

More clicks echo through the tall conifers…

The blogger scans the forest nervously.

Clickety Click Clack Clack Click Click

With a heart rate already at running speed, the blogger takes off down the trail. Gulping in clumps of fog with each breath. Trying not to trip over rocks and roots…running… (more…)

How to Find a Career You Love in a Scary New Economy [Episode 09 of The Blog Chronicles]

September 22, 2016
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The economy is changing fast.

Globalization keeps rolling. Robotics won’t stop growing.

And good jobs are not easy to find. We are several years into an “economic recovery,” while the market trends upwards…

Yet now, part time jobs are the new norm.

The “people-to-people” economic era has arrived–a new dawn the internet makes possible. It is the driving force behind these rapid changes.

As the internet deconstructs old business models, new ones are rapidly emerging.

These job market conditions led to an explosion of “freelancers” and “entrepreneurs.”

By necessity, people are getting scrappy and innovative in their money making pursuits. (more…)

African Adventure Blog Featured in Australian Newspaper [Blogger Success Bulletin Issue 4]

September 12, 2016
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This is the Fall 2016 Edition of the Blogger Success Bulletin

Stories of Real Build Your Own Blog Customers Off to Strong Starts (more…)

How to Log In to Your WordPress Dashboard from Your Bluehost Account

September 8, 2016
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Having trouble logging in to your WordPress dashboard?

It happens.

Sometimes an unexplainable glitch occurs or maybe there’s an explanation, but hey, you’re new to blogging so you can’t be expected to know everything.

If you still cannot log in to your WordPress dashboard even after changing the password, or you can’t seem to change the password, I found a handy little trick to get you where you want to go. (more…)

How to Be a Hero Loving Life Growing Champions [Episode 08 of The Blog Chronicles]

September 6, 2016
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If you want to know how to be a hero, you came to the right blog…

Hang around Jaime Buckley for awhile and you inevitably find yourself exploring the topic.

“How to be a hero” is a subject that enters the thoughts and dreams of every boy and girl at some point, which is why Buckley’s Wanted Hero tween serial fiction is so popular over on Amazon.

Along his unconventional journey, Jaime has been successfully growing his business with Fiverr, being a dad to 12 children. and somehow working from home (with 12 children.) He’s another example of succeeding in today’s new economy–the internet lifestyle–the “people-to-people” economy that we are now in.

Blogging has played a big role in Jaime’s growth. (more…)

How Social Media Psychology Makes You Look More Attractive [Episode 07 of The Blog Chronicles]

August 18, 2016
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Social Media Psychology: That’s what we discuss on this episode of The Blog Chronicles where I invited Wade Harman to talk about a new and exciting project he has recently launched called The Think Tank.

Wade is a digital business consultant specializing in Social Media Psychology. He is also a keynote speaker and hosts The Social Brain Podcast.

His new project is bringing people together who share common interests and businesses for the purpose of networking and online marketing information sharing. Bloggers are making great contacts inside The Think Tank that help each other build their business.

On this show Harman provides some insights on social media psychology. (more…)

How to Win a Gold Medal in Blogging

August 15, 2016
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At seven years old Michael Phelps lowered himself into a swimming pool for the first time.

His hair stayed dry.

Back then young Michael would keep his head above water and just float around because he was afraid to put his face underwater.

He did this for months.

With all that floating on his back it’s not surprising that Michael’s first swimming technique was the back stroke. (more…)

This Teen Entrepreneur Will Make You Wish You Blogged Sooner; The Marc Guberti Story [Episode 06 of The Blog Chronicles]

August 10, 2016
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Hello and welcome to this episode of The Blog Chronicles, hosted by Matthew Loomis.

Today we’re going to be talking with teen entrepreneur Marc Guberti.

Marc has been a blogger for seven-years now. Yet today he is still just eighteen-years old.

He is a real teen entrepreneur who started his first business in middle School. He is also a self-taught social media expert. (more…)