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If you could ask +Ana Hoffman anything about digital marketing, blogging, or social media, what would you ask her?

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+Kevin Carlton Thanks Kevin! I'll add yours to the show. Be watching for its release! 
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Her blog and social media posts reach 7 million readers a week.

And that camp is about to get a lot bigger.
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Good Riddance

Here's the details on how Google defines "intrusive pop ups" and when this update begins...
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Great guest post on the +Brent Jones blog!

"One of my least favorite tasks as a freelancer is submitting article ideas to editors, high profile bloggers, and website administrators. It’s time-consuming and can crush your spirits if your idea gets rejected.

Unfortunately, it’s just a part of being a freelancer.

I learned, however, that one of the reasons I dreaded pitching ideas was because I was getting turned down — a lot.

Why bother wasting my time if nothing’s going to come out of it?
The thing, it wasn’t because I had terrible ideas.

It’s because I wasn’t pitching them correctly.

With some trial and error, I got better at pitching — and I learned these seven tips along the way, too: http://brentjonesonline.com/blog/guest-posts/how-to-write-the-perfect-freelance-pitch-to-editors/?utm_source=aweber&utm_medium=mailing_list&utm_campaign=aweber
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Thanks a bunch for sharing +eric hebert​'s guest post, Matt!
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What Two Things Do You Need to Win a Gold Medal In Blogging?

And what two things do you need to eliminate from your mindset?

And what can Michael Phelps teach us about blogging success?
What can Michael's coach teach us about winning blogging?

And how many more questions can I ask?

Find out in my latest blog post: http://bit.ly/2bf82zx
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Millennials reject the old school two party system because their parents and grandparents endorse it and look where it's got us.

Millennials will be turning to 3rd parties more and more over time....
Polls show younger voters are taking a long look at the Libertarian and Green Party nominees this year. That could be a big problem for Hillary Clinton in a close race against Donald Trump.
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I've hoped for some time that we would not only get a third party but also a 4th or 5th party. lol
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I'm already booked for next year. 
The Tribe Conference is a marketing conference for people who don't think of themselves as marketers. It's a gathering for writers, artists, and creative entrepreneurs to grow their craft, share their work, and get the attention their work deserves. This three-day event is packed full of inspiring speakers, practical content, and unforgettable experiences. But this is more than an event. It's a large-scale workshop that will give you a roadmap t...
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Anybody else going to Tennessee today? 
The Tribe Conference is a marketing conference for people who don't think of themselves as marketers. It's a gathering for writers, artists, and creative entrepreneurs to grow their craft, share their work, and get the attention their work deserves. This three-day event is packed full of inspiring speakers, practical content, and unforgettable experiences. But this is more than an event. It's a large-scale workshop that will give you a roadmap t...
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How to Be a Hero Loving Life Growing Champions

Happy Thursday,

Recently I interviewed this guy named +Jaime Buckley I came across him online through mutual social media friends and boy am I glad I did.

Jaime was the perfect guest for the podcast because...

•He took his talents online and created a thriving business
•He works from home (even with 12 children)
•His fiction writing has grown an enthusiastic following

You see, Jaime is a husband, a dad, a guy who loves to draw, and today he's "living the dream" doing work he enjoys in this "new economy."

On this episode, you'll hear his incredible story, what has worked along the way, and how the internet makes his lifestyle possible. What I discovered during this episode is that there's more going on than just what you see on the surface.

This guy help's people find the hero inside them...

You can read it or listen. Jaime and I both will be in the comments. Tell us what you think:

http://bit.ly/2cw3bLv

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Thank you ,+Matthew Kaboomis Loomis , for this fabulous sharing really, most valuable, with J+aime Buckley and through these great and powerful stories, full of values that create glare towards more successes.
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Do Your Social Media Posts Feed Reticular Formation?

You better hope not.

I learned some great information from Mr. +Wade Harman in this interview. He's the social media psychology expert with a generous heart. Wade gave generous answers and the conversation was fun.

Looking forward to his new project just launched called The Think Tank.

What is that?

Details included on the show:  http://bit.ly/2bFLI63
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Thanks +Matthew Kaboomis Loomis that was fun!
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Becoming a Published Author: the Benefits a Book Brings to Your Business

In this episode of The Blog Chronicles we visit +Jesse Wisnewski who is a published author and Marketing VP for Lucid Books Inc.

Our convo includes the benefits that come with adding "author" to your bio and 11 steps to take to get published.

If you have a manuscript written, you can get it published in two months! If you haven't started yet, there's help for that too. See what becoming an author can do for you: http://bit.ly/2ao3kmp
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Copywriter. Blogger. Entrepreneur.
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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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    Copywriter, 2012 - 2014
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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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