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The number one question my blogging clients ask, "How can I monetize my blog?"
When you monetize your blog there are a few questions you need to ask yourself?
1. Is it congruent to my blog?
2. Does it add value for my readers?
3. Do I use and recommend it?
Monetizing your blog is not about throwing up a bunch of ads and products just for the sake of a sell. That just makes your blog look spammy.
Begin at the start and look at who you want to attract to your blog.
In today's podcast we will cover the 3 places you can place your monetization for the biggest impact.
Let's learn how to best monitze your blog for your readers.
with Mike Michalowicz (http://www.mikemichalowicz.com)
What if money were not the driving force of your life as an entrepreneur business? Who and what would you be as a business person if you had systems in place that actually allowed you be more profitable. We are welcoming Mike back to the show with his latest book – Profit First to have him share his insights though his many years as an entrepreneur.
Alice Shabecoff is an advocate who has been working diligently to raise awareness about the dangers of the chemical use in our environment as well as inside our own homes. She educates the public about how these toxic chemicals have impacted our health and what we can do about it. Alice is the author of Poisoned for Profit: The Toxic Assault on our Children, which she co-authored with her husband, Philip. The Shabecoffs reveal that the children of baby boomers—the first to be raised in a truly "toxified" world—have higher rates of birth defects, asthma, cancer, autism and a frightening range of other neurological illnesses from ADHD to mental retardation and other serious chronic illnesses, than previous generations. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer, talks to Alice Shabecoff to discuss her book, Poisoned for Profit: The Toxic Assault on our Children. If you would like to learn what you can do to protect yourself and your children from these toxic assaults, stay tuned! Bio: Alice Shabecoff is co-author with her husband Philip of Poisoned for Profit: The Toxic Assault on our Children. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Birth Defect Research for Children. She served in the 1970s as executive director of the National Consumers League, the country's oldest consumer organization, and in the 1980s as founder and executive director of the nonprofit Community Information Exchange, a nonprofit information service for the community development sector. As a freelance journalist, Alice's articles focusing on parent and consumer issues have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and numerous magazines and journals in the United States and overseas.
If you didn’t hear our show last week, we talked about social media and how it helped the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – and what a great fundraiser it was. We’re continuing our discussion regarding fundraising social media by demonstrating it, with a group that we have become involved with: Kottages 4 Kids, a cause focused on helping children in Lusaka, Zambia, and partnering with Kids Alive International. Special guest Stephen Shattuck of Bloomerang, a non-profit customer relationship system for donator management provides his advice.
This week on Edge of the Web Radio, sponsored by the Marketing Technology Blog, we discuss the latest marketing technology on the web. We frequently have leading marketers and the founders of marketing technology companies that we discuss these platforms with. Every week we provide guidance to marketing professionals - whether you're running your own company or you're a CMO at an international corporation - we always have information that you can use to increase the performance of your online marketing.
On this episode of Conversations in the Zone, I'm chatting with Gregg Pawlowski. Gregg's passion is to equip non-profit leaders to fully fund their mission. He's worked with organizations across the country to increase their fundraising capacity, helping to raise millions of dollars to increase mission impact. As a fundraising coach, consultant, trainer and speaker, he specializes in fundraising and leadership development, having served scores of successful leaders in the non-profit and for profit sectors.
His diverse background is a blend of over 30 years of non-profit and business executive leadership experience, leading organizations to higher performance. Combining his passion and experience with being a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), he is uniquely qualified to help leaders and their organizations achieve accelerated fundraising results. He is the founder of BreakThru Fundraising and works with a broad variety of faith-based and community non-profits across the country. He also served as a Leadership Coach in the MBA and Executive MBA programs at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.
Born in Buffalo, New York, Gregg loves to learn, having attended Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Business and countless seminars and workshops. He is very happily married to his wife Josie, has six adult children and nine grandchildren, and resides in Sugar Hill, Georgia. He enjoys family time, being a handyman, reading, hiking and backpacking.
For more information about Gregg and the work he loves, visit http://www.breakthrufundraising.com.
Shark Tanks Across America is a nationwide community network of everyday people who are interested in learning first-hand, how to become a profitable Entrepreneur and/or Small Business Investor. No experience is necessary to participate. If you would like to learn how to pitch and fund business ideas for profit and for fun, you should consider joining a local chapter of Shark Tanks Across America.
Did you know that every time a small business start-up earns a dollar, YOU could be getting a piece of the action? Not just in YOUR community, but a piece of the action from start-ups in communities across America? Do you know anyone with a great business idea but lacks the funding, know-how, or connections to launch it properly?
Shark Tanks Across America is an earn as you learn educational training program for Investors and Entrepreneurs. STAA provides GRANTS for small business start-ups, which have to be paid back over time, plus a minimum 10% donation to STAA. Traditional, online, home-based, & not for profit businesses ideas are accepted.
Shark Tanks Across America Chapters are made up of 100 everyday people located in communities across America, who collaborate each month to brainstorm, pitch, fund, promote, and launch business ideas for profit and for fun. Members make small financial contributions to the program each year in the form of Tuition, which is used to fund the Grant Program. At the end of each training cycle year, each Chapter will receive perks and rewards for participating in the program. Opportunities for advancement are built into the training program. No experience, income, or credit is required to participate.
For Info: http://www.iTrainInvestors.com
Tom Ortuso reports on IBM earnings and Apple Pay.
"Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you." ~ Oprah Winfrey
Dr. Minette Riordan is a serial entrepreneur, author and coach who successfully built an award-winning, 6-figure multi-media publishing company targeting families in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.
Minette’s secret to success is not about winning a numbers game, but playing the people game: cultivating an attitude of curiosity and openness that will quickly help you attract clients and fans.
Minette's passion and joy come from helping her clients find the information, tools and inspiration they need to succeed. She is living proof that you can have it all: a successful business, healthy marriage and happy kids!
Minette lives in Santa Barbara, California with her husband, Brad and her two children, ages 15 and 12. When she isn’t working on her business, she loves to make art, drink red wine and take long walks on the beach. You can find out more via her website, and please connect with Minette via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
Tia Lebherz is the Northern California organizer for Food & Water Watch. Based in Oakland, she works to engage activists and hold elected officials accountable on a range of issues across the region including fracking, water privatization fights, and food issues including factory farms and genetic engineering. Prior to joining Food & Water Watch, Tia completed Green Corps, Field School for Environmental Organizing. During her time in Green Corps and the years following she worked extensively in the Midwest organizing on campaigns for clean energy and fair food.
Tia Lebherz is joing us to talk about how Proposition 1 would stick California with a whopping $14.4 billion in total new debt ($7.5 billion plus interest) by taking $360 million per year out of our state budget for the next 40 years. The money to fund Prop 1 will come at the expense of other vital public services like education and health care.
How this is a tricky precedent and a reflection of actions of big business in our nation, today!
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