5 tips for getting the MOST out of the online course you just spent your hard-earned money on

This post contains affiliate links which help me keep this blog running and valuable. I only recommend products I use, love and buy. The business of online courses was estimated at $107 billion dollars in 2015. $107 billion. And if you are reading this it is likely you have contributed to this industry in one way or another. Personally I have been on either side of the coin where I...

20 life lessons I have learned from blogging for 3 years

This post contains affiliate links which help me keep this blog running and valuable. I only recommend products I use, love and buy. WARNING : this post might be a little too real for some people. If you like to escape reality often, don’t read it. Still here ? Let’s party. When I started this blog in July of 2014, I had no clue where this journey would take me. I...

How To Build A Popular YouTube Channel – 21 Pro Tips

Build a popular YouTube Channel ? Entirely possible. Use these 21 tips the pros have used to build popular and profitable channels.

Quick Note : This post contains affiliate links that help me keep this website going. I only recommend products I use, love and buy. One of the things I set out to achieve this year was to build my YouTube Channel to 5,000 subscribers. I pushed out 2 videos in January and then rested on my laurels for a minute – or what can be literally translated into 6 months....

10 Udemy Courses Worth Your Time and Money

udemy courses worth your time and money

Quick Note : This post contains affiliate links. Rest assured, I only recommend stuff I love, have used and would buy myself.  Online course explosion. It seems everyone is doing it these days , eh ? And sometimes because so many of us are desperate to build something NOW we spend a lot of money on courses that take us nowhere and get us no results. Right ? I have...

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...