Archives for September 2013

Entrepreneurial Writers: The Importance of an Editorial Calendar

For the longest time, I had been winging it while blogging–posting when I felt like it and coming up with ideas to post when I thought about it. However, this led to posts being published at random times of day (although occasionally I would schedule posts for the next day or write a few at […]

Metrics to Measure Your Business Website

Every business today should have a website. Whether you run a restaurant, retail store, or service business, you should have a modern, functioning website. Here are some metrics to track to help you know if your website is making it to customer eyes and if it is meeting customer needs.   Unique Visitors Unique visitor […]

High Risk Jobs and Life Insurance – Could Deadliest Catch Get a Policy?

If you’ve watched the show “Deadliest Catch” and have thought to yourself, “It must be impossible for these guys to get life insurance”, guess what? You would be wrong. It’s actually very possible; it’s just not terribly affordable. Of course, in this scenario we’re examining the crew from a wildly popular television show, so we’re […]

7 Reasons Why Less Qualified People Are More Successful Than You

You’re smart, right? I mean, you might not be a genius, but neither is that guy that just got your promotion. It’s not the first time this has happened either. It seems like you’re always getting passed over for the gigs that come complete with more responsibility and a bigger pay check. Some less qualified […]

How to Run A Blogger Link-Up

More and more, I see my fellow bloggers running link-ups, or posts on a predetermined topic that encourage their fellow bloggers to write posts on similar topics and post a link to it on the original blog. For me, it’s been a great way to engage in the blogging community as well as find out blog […]