This seemed appropriate for the start of this issue....
Worked out just fine for me.
10,000 laptops, 10,000 readers, 10,000 clicks somewhere on your site. However you dice it, that's a big number.
If you want to build a blog, this is how. Nat gives step-by-step instructions that you can't mess up.
All those Mad Men can go back to the 60's, the Femtrepreneur is in town and she's going to show you how to grow your business without ever taking out your credit card.
I included this article just to say how much I dislike it. David is cool, but you do NOT have to be soooooo privileged that working at McKinsey makes you a "black sheep" to start your business. And you don't have to go to Wharton either.
This is the quora thread of magic. Some big names show up to share how you can get 100K users FO FREE.
Did you know that Carrie-Anne Moss aka. Trinity from the Matrix has a blog (and a course!)? Her website is beautiful, authentic and a respite from the plethora of bad pitches i.e. BUY MY THING (IN ALL CAPS!!!) we're innodated with.
Check it out - especially this story.
A post about blogging so good Make Change just signed up. It also includes the phrase “Unexpected Content Bomb.” Words. Flying. ERRRERYWHERE!
SlideShare - a relatively undiscovered platform that's easy to compete in, highlights content people love and has a ton of traffic. I'd tap that.