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These three moms find work-life balance with these tools

WORK-LIFE BALANCE

When is the last time you got seven or eight hours of sleep? Do you work too many hours? Work-life balance is a problem among entrepreneurs and the results have consequences. Jory MacKay writes, According to a Harvard Business School survey, 94% of service professionals put in 50+ hours a week. And while some people claim long hours…

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Getting started with MainWP: Learning what you need to know

Power of MainWP

You are standing on the edge of a vast canyon. Maybe you are standing on something like the Grand Canyon. Taking that leap is difficult. What if I fall? What if I lose my balance? Why would I take the jump when it is safe here on the edge? No, I’m not thinking about the…

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Choosing the top WordPress podcasts, using a new search engine, and using originality for better content

The MainWP Roundup

Today we are going to dive into three different topics from recent articles. We will discuss the top 20 WordPress podcasts, the release of a new search engine, and finally, how you can make your content even better. Buckle up, let’s ride. 20+ Best WordPress Podcasts to Listen to in 2019 Courtesy: Pexels.com | Being…

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Three tools to help you defeat Thanos and save the universe

We are suckers for tools. I mean, we are always looking for weapons in our arsenal to help us fight against Thanos. Think about it. With a snap of his fingers, things disappear, even our Google search results! So, we have to stay on top of things. Today I’m going to point you to three…

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Four elements of a digital marketing funnel that are mission critical

Marketing Funnel

The other night I watch a documentary on TV. It was about the year 1969. The ABC series about the chaotic year premiered with “Moonshot.” When I think of 1969 (before I was born), I think of the song by Canadian singer Bryan Adams, Summer of ’69. Great song. I digress. The year was 1969,…

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10 guides for A/B Split testing to get you ramped up and ready for better conversions

Split Testing

If you watch enough professional wrestling (just go with me here), you will see the scene played out, often on TV. One of the performers will be in the ring, and a decision will come up. It’s time for crowd participation. The wrestler will then ask the crowd if they want to see said alliance…

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Three ways to employ user feedback to get content ideas for your business

Content Ideas

Face it, when it comes to our websites, and our content, conversions are what matter. We need people to sign up to our email list. We need people to submit contact forms or purchase our books, courses, plugins, or any other thing we are selling. Copywriter Nikki Elbaz says, “You can tweak the copy. You…

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Three different types of SEO audits and how they can help your business

SEO Audit

Do you offer SEO audits for your clients? This has become something more interesting as I have delved into the process. At one time, I had this very basic checklist of things I would check for SEO. I offered it for free to get people on my email list. I think I did one or…

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