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4 days, 7 hours ago AngryWarrior
Wow, Angelus, this is great!
Good post!4 days, 7 hours ago AngryWarrior
Thanks for this very useful information.
Straight to the point. I like it! 😉2 months, 1 week ago AngryWarrior
Thank you, I Iike this post. 🙂
Guest posting can a be quite regarding when you hit home, but also quite frustrating as it sometimes does require a lot of work too to get in touch with websites that are wiling to work with you.in reply to: How Guest Blogging Can Help Your Website Ranking
Great article write up and thanks for a good post!
Well Wocommerce is the go to place for most people I think if you’re on a WordPress platform as many find it through the plugin search. But like you said if you are a newbie it might be better to use Shopify.
However personally I find both platforms rather expensive though with rather horrible reviews on Trustpilot which tells something. It is always good to make a due diligence before you buy or try something and I think TrustPilot is good place to start.
But I guess since they are the most well know options that is what people use first?
But there are of course other options too for WordPress users:
https://wordpress.com/plugins?s=ecommerce which is in my opinion worth looking into too.in reply to: To Use Woocommerce or Shopify3 months, 1 week ago AngryWarrior
I write some times to and every now and then we all get writers block. i did some search myself and found this from R.L Stine’s website (He’s an American author)
My best tips for curing writer’s block.
Don’t ever stare at a blank page or screen! Start with notes, journal entries, outlines, cheat sheets, What ifs. Write something down before you begin.
2. Know your ending first. If you know where you’re going to end up, you’ll know where to start.
3. You don’t have to write the beginning first! You can write your first draft in any order. Then you can go back and put it in the right order.
4. Don’t worry about how the first draft sounds. Just put words down – you can always go back.
5. Before you write, tell your story out loud. Once you’ve told your story, you’ll have a lot less trouble “telling” it to the paper.
6. Set a timer for a short amount of time – let’s say 13 minutes. Tell yourself you’re going to write something – anything – until that timer goes off. When the timer dings—if the writing is going well—set it for another 13 minutes and keep writing. If it’s not going well, set the timer and do something else for 13 minutes. Then go back to your writing.
7. If you’re still stuck, don’t throw away the idea—try changing it a little. Try writing it from another character’s point of view. Try telling the story in another character’s voice.
8. Still stuck?
Look through a magazine, find a picture of a person or place that looks like your character or setting. Write down a complete and detailed description of what you see. Guess what? You started your story.
9. Set a reasonable goal and reward yourself if you get there. Say “I will write two pages today, then I can watch TV for half an hour.”
10. Don’t ever stare at a blank page!
Start with notes, journal entries, outlines, cheat sheets, What ifs. Write something down before you begin. (I know. This is the same as number one! I’m repeating it because it’s the most important tip.)
and then this is quite good too from Jeff Goins:
How to not overcome writer’s block!
And just for fun, here are some anti-solutions to this problem:
- You do not overcome writer’s block by refusing to write until you feel “inspired.”
- You do not overcome writer’s block by wallowing in self-pity.
- You do not overcome writer’s block by procrastinating or making excuses.
- You do not overcome writer’s block by watching TV.
- You do not overcome writer’s block by reading articles on how to overcome writer’s block. (Kinda shot myself in the foot there, huh?)
If you’re still not satisfied, you have one last resort, an ace up your sleeve.
Start somewhere, anywhere!
Write a few lines. Say anything. And see what happens. Don’t think about it too much or make any fancy announcements. Just write. It doesn’t need to be eloquent or presentable; it just needs to be written..
So these tips might help a bit maybe?
I use some of it myself when I get stuck. Go for a walk, or call a buddy or family member, listen to some music or anything else that eventually might lead to inspiration.
But like with everything the most important step you can take is to start and just take one step meaning in this case you simply need to write something down on the paper. And if you do that… Well you have then started your journey. 😀in reply to: How do You Get Past Writers block?3 months, 1 week ago AngryWarrior
I found this article about Google Performance Max campaigns which I find quite good:
which explains how to set it up correctly.
It think it is good to trying several of the popular multipurpose ones and see which is most suitable. One big fact or you could add to the ,list is good easy access to support.
Does the theme developer offer good support options? That is a vital factor I look for before I invest in a new WordPress Theme. I use Envato ThemeForest a lot which I like. but you need to be careful there because some items they sell haven’t been updated for years.in reply to: 8 Things to Note When Choosing a WordPress Theme.
Google ads portal has changed a lot for the better and their offer is stronger than it was in past in my humble opinion.
This new campaign format “Google Max performance” seems really interesting and worth looking deeper into I think.. It can be a bit tricky especially for newer users because if you click or choice the wrong settings if can fast deprive you of your marketing budget and really bad results.
Really helpful information. Thank you Angelus
Paid per click advertising can be very effective if planned and executed the right way. But it is not always easy. I appreciate your contribution.in reply to: [PPC] Determine a Bid Strategy Based on Your Goals
Good write up and nice example of various options to incentivize customers to write a review. The only challenge as I see it, is to actually receive reviews that are reliable.
I like to use TrustPilot which prevents lots of the fake reviews people make on the internet.in reply to: 5 Ways to Get MORE Customer Reviews
You need to organize your website as structured as possible in a easy, understandable way for Google search algorithm so that it picks you.
Also from my understanding it also weighs in the importance/relevance of your website to the internet users as a whole too. So your content better be very good!in reply to: Site links in Google seach results?