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6 Clever Ways to Use the P.S. Section of Your Emails

6 Clever Ways to Use the P.S. Section of Your Emails

Have you seen the movie Inception?

You know, that Leonardo DiCaprio flick that twisted your brain and kept you up for HOURS afterwards, trying to figure out what level of the dream they were in inside each world?

Okay. Now, if I told you to think of ONE scene from that movie, what would it be?

I’m guessing you’re picturing the iconic final scene, with the top dancing maddeningly across the polished mahogany table.

Am I right?

BOOM. Clearly, I just proved I’m a mindreader. #endofblogpost

Okay, that actually wasn’t the point of this point aaaaaand I’m actually not a mindreader. (Although I would kill to know what my dog is thinking as he lies curled up on the floor as I write this!)

I just know an important psych principle about why that particular scene stands out. Keep Reading »

Transform new subscribers into (paying) superfans with a welcome sequence

Transform new subscribers into (paying) superfans with a welcome sequence

Imagine your picture-perfect dream client clicking around on your website.

She’s totally digging your design. She’s connecting with your copy and message are hungry to get more from you. So she clicks the shiny “Subscribe” button and signs up for your email list.

Parade music plays!

Confetti canons explode!

The internet marketing gods give you a glittery high five from heaven!

That visitor did the ONE thing that is so vitally important for her to do when she visits your website.

Amazing!

…Now what?
  Keep Reading »

How to build a “blog buffer” to protect your biz from unexpected curveballs

How to build a “blog buffer” to protect your biz from unexpected curveballs

One thing that’s become apparent in the last 12 months is that anything can happen.

Whether it’s a rogue outsider winning the election or an unexpected loss of a loved one, life plays by its own rules.

And as much as I love a good plan, there are times when even the most organized among us trips over life’s outstretched leg and falls on her face.

That’s why we invest in being prepared. Keep Reading »

Protect Your WordPress Content with this 30-Second Trick

Protect Your WordPress Content with this 30-Second Trick

Want to protect your Wordpress content?

Who doesn’t, right?

You spend so much time creating epic content for your webinars, free challenges, and other opt-in freebies. So it’s important that people earn the right to see it.

(Specifically…by “paying” with their email addresses.)

You don’t want just anyone stumbling across your content in a google search.

But if you’re not protecting your content, that’s exactly what could be happening. Keep Reading »

Easy Ways to Repurpose Your Blog Content

Easy Ways to Repurpose Your Blog Content

As a budding minimalist, I’ve become obsessed with repurposing lately.

Finding creative new uses for old items is basically my favorite pastime.

Empty cardboard box? You’re now a storage tub for out-of-season clothes.

Dried out coffee beans? More like yummy-scented filler for my candle holder.

Blog content? I’ma make you into a checklist. Social media graphic. Email series. Webinar. E-book.

Oh yes, friend. It’s possible. And we’re going there. Keep Reading »

25 Audience-Approved Ideas for Holiday Social Media Posts

25 Audience-Approved Ideas for Holiday Social Media Posts

For me — someone who’s favorite word “koselig” loosely translates to all cozy everythingI like to stretch the holidays as loooong as humanly possible.

I start sipping peppermint mochas in November.

I’m totally cool with the fact that stores display their red + gold decorations starting on Halloween.

And I watch The Holiday year-round. Because, come on. I’s pure cozy magic in DVD form.

My boyfriend Joe, on the other hand? Can’t stand it. Keep Reading »

The 5 Things You Need to Plan Your Blog Calendar

The 5 Things You Need to Plan Your Blog Calendar

When it comes to your blog, planning is the Ron to your Harry.

The GiGi to your Kendall.

The Shawn Hunter to your Cory Matthews.

…your best friend, if none of those are ringing any bells.

I’ve been creating blog posts for businesses for oh, about six years now…and I’ve tried this every which way.

So I can tell you that blogging without a plan, by the seat of your pants, is the WORST way to do it. No question.

Luckily, planning your blog’s editorial calendar isn’t overly complicated. In fact, it only takes five key ingredients. Keep Reading »

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