This week’s episode of Unemployable is dedicated to you and your questions.
Brian Clark put out a call for questions in the most recent edition of the Unemployable newsletter, and you responded with a number of good ones. Brian, Jerod Morris, and Kat Ambrose answer them all in this week’s episode.
Note: if you want to submit questions in the future or have comments about the show, use the hashtag #unemployable on Twitter. We’ll be tracking it, and we look forward to interacting with you.
This week’s rundown:
- With all of the options for a content business, where do you start in choosing which one to pursue?
- 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, which 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?
And, of course, there’s some hijinks along the way … including Jerod spilling the beans about a hilarious idea the Copyblogger editorial team came up with long ago, behind Brian’s back, but never had the temerity to actually pursue.
- Kat Ambrose
- Build a Business That Powers Your Lifestyle (episode with Camille Holden)
- A Four-Phase Approach for Creative Entrepreneurs (episode with Zeke Zelker)
- Follow Brian Clark on Twitter
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