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If you’re ready to finish out the year with the most profitable Quarter 4 ever, you’re in luck because I’m breaking down what it takes to smash your sales records in three easy steps.
The EU passed the GDPR legislation in 2016 and most of the blogging community completely ignored it until 2018 when it went into effect. The mass freak out mode (including myself) was a real thing.
Here we are a year and a half later and we are still trying to navigate the ins and outs on these (seemingly) complicated rules when it comes to GDPR compliance. Fortunately, the Inbox Besties community has licensed and practicing attorney and GDPR guru Mariam Tsaturyan in our corner to help us get (or stay) compliant.
Are you making this newbie mistake? Just stop it.
While browsing on Pinterest the other day, I came across a pin that piqued my interest on creating an email series. Once I signed up, I was shocked, disgusted and kind of pissed off when I saw the thank you page. It got even worse, when I got my email confirmation. What am I pissed about?
I’m talking about the number one most overlooked aspect of your email funnel. Your ‘Thank You’ page.
One of my Love Your List students, Janet has been a diligent and determined Love Your List student. She’s expanded her business to the point that she now has the freedom to take a two-month European vacation! #lifegoals. In the meantime, she values her connection with her list so much that she knows she wants to continue the conversation … even while she’s on vacation. The caveat is that she is challenging herself to NOT bring her laptop with her while she’s taking time off. Janet wants to feel calm and centered while knowing her her tribe is taken care of while she is taking in the sights.
It’s time to get your learning on. Today we’re breaking down 19 of the best free courses for bloggers in 2018. Including free courses for growing your email list, starting your blog, skyrocketing your traffic, sales and social media accounts.
Productivity tips for new bloggers. Are you making one of these 3 HUGE productivity mistakes when trying to run your blog and turning it into a business? Don’t. Emily of myadaptablecareer.com shares her best productivity tips for new bloggers so they can get more done without having to skip showers, meals and feeling like a bad mom