My back problem threw me in bed but business carries on as usual thanks to having built multiple streams of passive income, which keep revenue coming in.
A friend asked me: How does a website make money? Easy. Advertising. And can you make a decent living with advertising, he continued? Here’s my answer.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google+… 5 of the most popular social media and we have profiles on almost all of them. Here’s how I manage them and keep them synced automatically. Better yet, why I keep them all active!
Should I be more active as a person or as a commercial, non-personal brand? My daughter helped me make the decision, so I am killing my personal brand name.
I used to share stories and news at social media. Not any more. I have decided to become more active in blogging and spend less time babbling.
Click. You took a photo. Sharing at Facebook comes next: either uploading the photo itself or linking to the photo. What works best in terms of reach?
If you enjoy writing, you write, unless you have a dozen of blogs to update regularly. Read how I regularly add fresh content to my blogs, by writing less!
Follow these easy and quick steps of photo sharing on social media like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, 500px or Pinterest with a digital camera or smartphone.
There it is! My first blog writing in my native language, Greek! Will it be a success? Or, will it be a complete waste of time? Place your bets!
Notable writers & authors use pseudonyms and pen names for the sake of fame, money and personal safety. Three reasons to use a pseudonym for writing online.
Niche websites carry a lot of value and potential, either for advertising or as resale value. Yet, managing many niche websites may lead you to lose focus.
I turned down $200 worth of sponsored guest posting offers for my blog today. http://t.co/Gw8Xp8FRSH pic.twitter.com/6VJC5vilnA — Jim Makos (@JimMakosCom) September 1, 2014