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Best of the Daily Blogcast Entrepredouche, My Top Ways to Make Money Online, Pat Flynns Website Launching Guide (Ep. 116) http://ow.ly/2GqYWL
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Bitchin' Content Strategies for Niche Sites and Exploding Listener Downloads for Podcasts (Ep. 114) http://ow.ly/2FXmiC
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Using Shady Widgets To Win at Google (Ep. 113) - In case you live under a rock, US Airways accidently tweeted a very naughty picture the other day.  As a result we talked about "What to Do if You Actually Tweet Porn" from tricia.me     She has a great list of Continue reading http://ow.ly/2FJ6WA
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4 Ways You Need to Get Your Head Right (Ep. 110) - In "4 Common Thinking Mistakes and How to Fix Them" Charles Ngo teaches you how to "get your head right". All 4 tips are interesting, but a big one is "Assumptions without Experience".   In his example he offers the tale Continue reading http://ow.ly/2FA5Ck
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How to Get a 93% CTR Increase On Your Pricing Page (Ep. 109) http://ow.ly/2FxR4u
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Blog More, Facebook Less and Some Rad A/B Tests (Ep. 103) - In the post by Ryan Hanley "Blog More, Facebook Less and 7 More Trends from Social Media Marketing World 2014 he shares 8 trends / tips to get the most out of your Social Media Marketing plan.  Some of these tips might surprise you, but these were great take-aways from the convention that was last week in San Diego and [] http://ow.ly/2FhP87
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5 Killer Dating Ad Tips That Rake In The Monies (Ep. 102) - In "Responsive Design Is Not Enough: 4 Steps to Make a Mobile Website Successful" we learned that making your site mobile friendly requires more than throwing up a responsive theme and calling it a day.   Instead, it's important to think carefully about how users will actually use your site.  That means creating usage scenarios and adding or removing components to [] http://ow.ly/2FfFJD
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