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+Tor Refsland is becoming one of my favorite sources for time management tips and success hacks.

Here’s his list of 10 Simple Steps To Be Productive And Kill The Procrastination Beast: http://addicted2success.com/life/10-simple-steps-to-be-productive-and-kill-the-procrastination-beast/
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Thanks a lot for the share and your kind words, Matthew.

You are awesome!

Have a great weekend :)
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Are you a single mom who is frustrated with your 9 to 5 job and are eager to find a way to escape?

Are you eager to teach your children that they don’t have to always work for someone else but can pave their own way in society and really make a difference!

Maybe your situation has your blood pressure boiling at times or your boss is abusive to you due to their own frustrated with the way their business is going.

Whatever your situation is, +Adrienne Smith can help you find a new path to career satisfaction.


After you check it out, be sure to share it with those you know who are struggling in similar situations.


Read more: http://www.adriennesmith.net/how-to-blog-out-of-a-job/#ixzz3cfoZ55d8
Are you a single mom who is frustrated with your 9 to 5 job and are eager to find a way to escape? Let me show you how you can blog your way out of that job.
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Thank you so much +Matthew Kaboomis Loomis for spreading this message because I think it's SO important.  Especially with the way technology is advancing and I know so many will find themselves without a job eventually.  I say let's all pave our own way so that won't ever be an issue.
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Pew Research data concludes teens are using Facebook more than any other SM platform. Yes, this is a 2015 report.
Literally every time I get into a conversation about the value of social media, there is always a non-believer that triumphantly proclaims that Facebook is dead and teens leaving. Facebook is old and lame…it’s not “on fleek”. Well guess what? The kind folks over at the Pew Research Center did a study that found that 71% of teens between the ages of 13 to 17 use Facebook. According to the Pew Research Center, the top social networks used by teens ...
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Blogger to Watch: Dr. Rin Porter of Things Could Be Worse.org

Look out retirement blog niche--+Dr. Rin Porter is on the move, putting what she's learning into action--growing.

She's getting ready to take over the niche.

Here, she shares her story on her start as a blogger and some tips she's picked up already:
http://www.buildyourownblog.net/blog/retirement-blog/?utmx=matgpls200515
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I have lived my life with jobs that provide 80 to 90 percent of what I need to just live. How does one plan with nothing? I don't have but a few years and I will not be able to work. I am slowly losing all my mental faculties and already have stress on the physical side with issues. They will find me dead at my desk at work one morning. No retirement.
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My Canadian pal +Brent Jones offers a "visually delightful" guide to email marketing that I've endorsed.

Offers practical tips any online marketer can use.

That's why I gave it my blessing. :)

See what I mean here: http://brentjonesonline.com/free-download/
 
Woohoo! It's Finally Here & Ready for Free Download!
A Visual Guide to Email Marketing Mastery

While numerous online resources teach newcomers to internet marketing how to build a list, fewer explore how to maximize open rates and clicks.

This is the basis of A Visual Guide to Email Marketing Mastery. I take a graphical approach to walking you through what works – and what doesn’t.

A big thanks to everyone who endorsed my eBook:
+Adrienne Smith
+Matthew Kaboomis Loomis
+Andrew Warner
+Mary Jane Kinkade
+Tanya Smith
+Tor Refsland
+Brandon Schaefer 

#emailmarketing #emailmarketingtips #listbuilding #ebook #guide #report #free #download  

http://brentjonesonline.com/blog/email-marketing/a-visual-guide-to-email-marketing-mastery/
Grab your free copy of 'A Visual Guide to Email Marketing Mastery – 51 Secrets & Strategies Revealed to Boost Your Open & Clickthrough Rates' now!
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Thanks +Matthew Kaboomis Loomis! You're awesome... and yes, every now and then I really buckle down in my igloo with a moose meat sandwich and get to work on something awesome. ;-)
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Wow. This is why I love this new media age...
As we pursue our dreams and goals, we all need to treat others with dignity and respect, or else someone could end up doing a documentary about us like this one.....

H/T +Donald Brant 
 
pump and dump Scammers come in many forms . 
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I agree with your sentiment on the new media age +Matthew Kaboomis Loomis , to bad some people have little or no connection to web based information and fall into the same scams time and time again . Thank you for resharing this video and I hope it continues to be shared , people need to be warned about scam artists .  
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"Imperfect action is better than perfect inaction." Harry Truman
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"I have traveled in 201 countries and the strangest thing I saw was man." - Robert L. Ripley
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Sometimes the Comments Reveal More (and Provide More Entertainment) Than the Article Alone

The article is solid. Yet, the comments are amazingly revealing, funny, well written, and they all conclude the same thing, which is telling...

HuffPost has an extremely toxic work culture.

Like one commenter said, "
"You know what’s suspiciously missing from all these comments? Huffington Post apologists. There are ALWAYS apologists. I don’t see any. That’s a really bad sign."

Yikes.
Talk to someone who works at the Huffington Post these days and inevitably one word will keep popping up: “demoralized.” “I’ve never seen people so demoralized” is what a typical HuffPost employee usually says.
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Good read +Demian Farnworth Include the comments.
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"Honesty is the first chapter of the book of wisdom." 
                                     -- Thomas Jefferson
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What do you think about this trendy headline that seems to be popping up everywhere: "How ______ is Changing Our Brain"

It seems that nowadays you can plug in just about any topic in this headline and get a blog post out of it....it's like the new "How to" headline.....will it last forever? Or fizzle out eventually?

And has anyone already written, "How Blogging is Changing Our Brain"? If so, please post it here. I'd like to read it. LOL
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+Barry Stephen Nieuport LOL that's good, Barry.  
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Would you believe there is NO flour or grains in these?

Made of bananas, honey, peanut butter and two eggs, vanilla and baking soda.

Blend and pour into cupcake pan coated in coconut oil. Stir in chocolate chips and bakes for 11 minutes.

They taste good!
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+Kacee Erhard They're really good! Let me know what you think. 
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Hi there. I'm Matthew Kaboomis Loomis.
 
Yeah, there's a story behind the funny middle name...Maybe sometime over coffee I can share that with you...I use it online primarily to distinguish myself from the 55 other Matthew Loomis's on the internet. 

I'm a part time SAHD (Stay-at-Home-Dad) and a full time  happy home-based entrepreneur who started working for himself back in 2012. I've been a full time
SAHD while also working from home full time, so I can relate to folks who do this.

I work unconventional hours and have become a life hacking student, so I'm always looking for better, more efficient ways to improve this challenging yet satisfying and rewarding lifestyle. 

Many people wish they could quit their j-o-b and work from home like me...it's a fantastic way to live, but it takes hard work to make it work. Many don't realize how hard freelancers, solopreneurs, and home based business people work to be successful. It's not for everyone. There are certain personalities that are better suited for a job working for someone else.
 
Being a SAHD alone is hard enough, as many of you know firsthand....Blend it all together and that's me. That's what I'm about and what I write about (along with copywriting and marketing content for clients.)

They say every great accomplishment requires great effort. Still true in 2014. If you're a SAHD or home based freelance solopreneur, be sure to circle me. I'd like to "hang out" with you. 

But I do a lot of business with small business owners and marketing/advertising professionals, which is why I post a lot about marketing and media, particularly the copywriting and content marketing angle, along with some posts on television and film advertising. 

I also do occasional political posts, but don't worry, 95% of them only go to those in my political circle. I only put people in that circle who enjoy those posts. But I am outspoken on personal privacy issues, but most people like personal privacy, so it's all good. 

I also post some about music, psychology, parenting and marriage relational stuff and pop culture. I also started a community here on G+ called Pro Football Lovers. Check it out if you dig the NFL. https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/110983393539021759475
 
These are the three web based businesses I run from my underground mat cave (basement office.) 

1. Kaboomis Copy .com

Owner & Chief Copywriter 

Explosive Copywriting | Combustible Content Marketing

| WARNING: FLAMMABLE | 

Matthew Loomis is Chief Igniter  

Grow Your Audience with Conviction, Humor & Controversy

2. Build Your Own Blog .net
A blog dedicated to new, beginner bloggers who need instruction and support to get started.

Reach your dreams. Find freedom. 

3. Home Biz Daddy Dude .com
    Turning SAHD Guys into Happy Entrepreneurs 
       **COMING SOON**
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I'm a home biz daddy dude. Blog consultant. Enemy of boring media and unfocused advertising.
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  • Build Your Own Blog
    Owner, 2013 - present
  • Kaboomis Copy
    Copywriter, 2012 - 2014
  • Joyce Meyer Ministries
    Writer, 2007 - 2012
As an online business owner, I have found myself turning to Christian Vedder for tips and advice on all things video related. His blog is a helpful resource with lots of video marketing secrets. I know he's a hard worker and very professional with his craft. Next time I need video work, I'll be giving him a call.
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