You had questions, we came back atcha with answers. Because we’re like that.
If you want to submit questions and have them answered on the show, use the hashtag #unemployable on Twitter. We’ll be tracking what you post, and we look forward to helping you out.
Here’s what we tackled in this episode:
- With all the options for a content business, where do you start?
- What are good business models for a 7-Figure Small business?
- How do you pursue a real estate strategy for a hyperlocal website?
- How much content do you need on your blog to reach 10,000 visitors per month? (Is this even the right way to think about it?)
- Why is Brian promoting iThemes here on Unemployable instead of WP Engine, the company that bought StudioPress?
- What are the first steps to take when building a services business on a tight budget?
- How should someone in construction (or any other niche or industry) go about building an audience that could lead to solopreneur opportunities?
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P.S. IF you’re the type of person who likes a laptop on the road and desktop in the home office, you’ll want to check out Kat’s article: The Top 5 Desktop Computers for Getting More Done in 2019.
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