Some of my coaching clients come to me before theyíve built a blog and others after they have they have one all set up and ready to go. You see, to some the blog setup isnít the problem, oftentimes my clients have problems filling that blank site with content.
While many turn to PLR to populate niche sites, thatís not really the answer if this blog is your main site Ė your home on the internet. Iím not saying donít ever use PLR, Iím saying donít use it a lot. The problem with PLR
My words of wisdom from one technophobe to anotherÖ just chill!
When taking your offline business online or when starting a new internet business, the technology can be daunting. Actually it can totally freak you out. It did me.
When I first started online, I knew nothing about technology. I could check my email and use MS Works. That was it. I can remember how my shoulders hurt from being hunched over my keyboard for 14 hours a day, muscles all tight because I was stressed trying
2012 was a very good year here at The Happypreneur. The best!
Readership has tripled. My list has tripled as well and my income really took off this year. I started a new private coaching program, hired an amazing life coach and a top notch kick butt business coach.
Iím so looking forward to what 2013 has in store. Itís exciting times we Happypreneurs live in. Very exciting. 15 years ago we couldnít even imagine being able to quit our jobs, work from home on the
Updated 01-03-2013 at 09:39 PM by celeneharrelson
Donít get snippy, Iím talking about WordPress issues.
Have you played with the code or installed a script on your WordPress blog and now itís all screwed up?
Did it get all hinkey for no apparent reason at all? Well, if it hasnít happened yet, just sit tight, it will.
So what happens if you pull up your WordPress blog one day and the sidebar is gone or half the page is blank? Something like that happened the other day to me. Fortunately I didnít freak
Day 4 of Publish Your Kindle Book This Week.
When you read the first post of this series on publishing a Kindle book this week, Iíll bet your brain started cramping and your writerís block kicked in, huh?
When you learned that you were going to be able to put those pencils away and use content you already had on your blog, I heard your sigh of relief all the way in Illinois.
So letís recap what you should have accomplished so far: