Below is an excerpt from Traffic Domination. Traffic to me is the simplest thing on the planet. It is so dam easy. All you have to do is provide people with epic stuff and they …Continue reading
You shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But that doesn’t stop millions of people from doing exactly that every day. Everyone makes value judgments based on appearances. Unfortunately for me, that means I’ll probably…Continue reading
20 years ago, blogs didn’t exist. Today, there are over 150 million of them.
Still, I get a lot of puzzled looks when I tell people that having a blog is the single most important thing…Continue reading
“Mobile has really been kicking butt.”
That’s what Neil Patel of Quick Sprout told us when we asked him about the future of the internet. He went on to say, “It’s going to be more tablet…Continue reading
These are the top quotes about blogging from many of the world’s most successful bloggers.
They range from motivational to humorous — covering everything from social media to monetization. Mostly they seek to define what blogging…Continue reading
Lately, I’ve had the opportunity to sit down one-on-one with Michael Dunlop, founder of Income Diary, and ask him about how he makes six figures a year online.
For our second interview, Michael wanted to talk…Continue reading
How do you know when you’ve made it big online?
Here’s one answer: when you search your first name on Google and you’re the top result.
It’s no surprise that the #1 result for “seth” is…Continue reading
I started writing for Income Diary one year ago.
Through 34 posts, I’ve learned a lot about writing great online content – particularly content that ranks well with search engines. I’m proud to say that many…Continue reading
For a part-time blogger, Neil Patel is pretty successful.
Patel’s main focus is KISSmetrics, a mid-sized company that helps businesses track important online metrics. His business and marketing blog, Quick Sprout, is really more of a…Continue reading
Some bloggers toil for years trying to get noticed. Others, like Matthew Inman of The Oatmeal, attract five million monthly readers before their blog’s first birthday.
Below, I’ll profile Matthew Inman, tell the story of how…Continue reading