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Pinterest Marketing Case Study: How to Go From 85 to 703 Pageviews a Day in 6 months

Today I’m going to show you how I helped one client go from around 4,000 pageviews a month from Pinterest to over 20,000 pageviews a month from Pinterest. We managed to do so even after having to start with a fresh strategy when Boardbooster went out of business in June. In this case study I’ll […]

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Trello vs Asana – Which is the Best Project Management Tool?

Blogging alone is a lot of work and requires what seem like endless to-do lists. Throw in having any kind of life, let alone a 9-5 and it’s easy to forget something or to drop the ball. Keeping track of everything and switching between the notes or various checklists makes it hard to keep everything up to date and ensure you get it done, something is bound to be forgotten.

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How to Make Money Blogging – The Definitive Guide (2019)

Whether you got into blogging to make money or you started your blog and just realized you can actually make money blogging, what monetization methods you see others using may not be right for you.

There are tons of ways to make money from your blog. But you need to keep in mind your audience and what they want. So long as

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How To Increase Pinterest Click Throughs 5X (A Case Study)

When I started working with Paige, the mastermind behind Last Ingredient, she was already an Instagram rockstar with over 50,000 followers, but her Pinterest looked nothing like the food blogger she was, it was mainly interior design boards. Her goal was to reach the necessary minimum to apply for a certain ad network. She knew […]

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How to Actually Get Paid on a Past Due Invoice

So you landed the client, you got the contract, you read and understood and then signed the contract. You did everything you’re supposed to do and completed work on time.  You finally, you sent the invoice to the client. But now, the due date for that invoice has come and past. Yet, your bank account remains […]

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5 Best Ways to Make Money as a Pinterest VA

I’m sure you’ll agree that extra money is always good. Whether you’re looking to earn extra money to pay off debt, save for a vacation, or pursue financial independence, extra money usually means extra work. In today’s post I’m going to share with you the 5 best services to offer as a Pinterest VA. While […]

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Become A Pinterest VA Review

During my first year of self employment I realized I didn’t love freelance writing. I needed to pivot. So I started looking at becoming a virtual assistant of sorts, but I didn’t know where to get started. I landed on deciding to do Pinterest VA work. Why Pinterest VA work? Because I was very knowledgeable […]

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Rover: How to Make Money Taking Care of Pets (updated 2018)

I have always loved dogs (I even adopted a rescue a few months ago) but before I was able to adopt a puppy of my own I would get my dog fix by pet sitting. Pet sitting has always been one of my favorite side hustles. Getting paid to hang out with puppies?! Yes, please. I […]

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Thinking of making the switch to Wordpress from Squarespace? It's easier than you thin, check out this post to learn how you can move your site from squarespace to wordpress.

How to Move From Squarespace to WordPress

Squarespace is a great platform but it’s not for everybody. It’s an all in one platform, meaning you are limited in what tools you can use. WordPress may have a bit of a steeper learning curve but you can do a lot more with it. Which is why many people do end up moving from […]

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The Definitive CoSchedule Review (2018) – Everything You NEED to Know

Running a blog requires juggling a lot of different balls. There are also tons of different tools out there you can use to help get things done, but then you’re juggling all those balls while bouncing back and forth between tools to get a single project done.  Just so you know, this post may contain affiliate […]

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