How To Start An Emergency Fund : Saving your first $1000

Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel if you haven’t already. How To Start An Emergency Fund : Saving your first $1000 Today’s video is so close to my heart because I believe not enough education and attention is given to this particular topic : building personal wealth. I was researching a topic for a freelance client of mine and came across a fairly startling statistic : about 70%...

How to build your e-mail list using quizzes [Video Review of Interact]

Recently, the nice people at Interact reached out to me and asked if I would take their software for a test run and give an honest opinion about it so I did ! In today’s video, I review the Interact quiz software that not only allows people to interact with your website in a fun and easy way but provides you the opportunity to actually build your e-mail list. If...

3 Steps To Uncovering Your Blogging Niche [VIDEO POST]

3 steps to choosing your blogging niche You want to start a blog but you are not sure where to get started ? This is where a lot of beginner bloggers over-think and truly stress themselves out ! In today’s video, I share 3 things you can do to help you narrow down what is popularly known in this space as your “niche”. Caution here : don’t get bogged down...

5 Time-tested strategies to getting MORE visitors to your blog [VIDEO POST]

How To Grow Traffic To Your Blog | How to get MORE visitors to your blog You have heard that starting a blog is an amazing way to get the word out there about your business and an excellent way to make money. But why is NOBODY reading your blog ? In this video, I share 5 ways to start driving traffic to your blog from scratch. 1. Social Media...

How To Build A Blog Audience That Adores You From Scratch – 5 Critical Steps

  This is part 2 of the series I started on creating a money-making career online. You can read the first part of the series here : How I Built A Money-Making Career Online Through Self Education In today’s post, I want to talk about the ONE thing that will ensure that your online business will never, ever sink : building and cultivating an audience. I remember when I first...

How I Built A Money-Making Career Online – Part 1 (Self-Education)

  Five years ago when I found out you could create a whole career for yourself online I was wide-mouthed and amazed for about a whole year at this “underground world”. Ha ! Five years into it and I am still excited about the growing opportunities to create multiple streams of income online. If you are in a place where you would like to create a career for yourself online...

10 Ways To Treat Your Freelance Clients So They Keep Coming Back

Today’s post is by Elinam Adjoble a Virtual Assistant (VA) who promises to help you reclaim one-third of your day ! Elinam blogs over at Brilliantly Virtual. Loyal customers, they don’t just come back, they don’t simply recommend you, they insist that their friends do business with you. ~ Chip Bell THAT is the dream of every business owner. Imagine having your clients do your marketing for you. Actually, forget about...

3 Lessons Every Solopreneur Can Learn From Facebook

In the summer of 2005, a co-worker at the college summer job I was working told me about this new thing called “The Facebook”. I actually did not get on Facebook until almost 3 years later. And while I expected this “fad” to fizzle out in a few more years, it has not. In fact, Mark Zuckerberg just gave a speech to hundreds of Facebook group admins about how the...

3 Things To Remember When You Feel Like Quitting

On July 23 2017, it will be exactly 3 years since I started this blog. Three years ! During this time period : I finished grad school and became a bonafide Dr. Moved to gorgeous San Diego, California. My son who was then 11 months is almost 4. I started a freelance writing and social media management business I am so grateful for. I created a course and wrote an eBook on...

25 Side Income Ideas To Aid Your Summer Budget

This post contains affiliate links. Summer is just around the corner and for most of us (unless you live in San Diego like me , then it’s pretty much vacation from April to December) this is when we plan our fun activities. Thing about fun activities though ? You need some dough to make it happen in the ways you want to make it happen. If you listen to me...