Hey there, happy Friday (the 13th)!
Lot of great stuff to share with you to end the week. But first, freelancers … if you’re looking for a great conference experience to up your skills and network with others, join me in Austin for the Freelance Conference.
It’s happening October 27-29, and features Elaine Pofeldt (Author of The Million Dollar, One-Person Business), Pamela Slim (Author of Escape from Cubicle Nation), and yours truly. Plus … Austin is fun!
Now, on to the Kat Ambrose show. While Jerod and I have been busy with the Unemployable Initiative and a brand new coaching program, Kat has been holding down the fort.
Here’s what she has for you:
- How to Set Tangible Goals For Your Business (And Actually Reach Them)
- Back-to-School Envy: 9 Supplies Every Solopreneur Needs in Their Office
- The Ultimate Client Appreciation Gift Guide For Freelancers
But she’s not done yet. Scroll down to check out her best picks from around the web.
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I Increased Search Traffic By 54% After Optimizing Meta Tags. Here’s My Process | Elise Dopson’s Blog
If you haven’t heard of Elise before, she’s an incredibly talented writer who knows quite a bit about SEO and content marketing (and how they work together). In this post, she shares how she completely overhauled her site traffic by optimizing her blog posts’ meta tags. Make sure you bookmark this one.
“The same potential dangers, as well as advantages, of AI would be drastically exacerbated by an artificial general intelligence, which is why it’s so important to think now about how we can create AI for good.”
Any business owner knows the importance of organic search rankings as it relates to growth. Don’t make these link-building mistakes—they could be harming your site discoverability more than you may think.
The Art of Finding Ideas | Copyblogger
“A writer should not look inside, but outside, at external sources, stories, events, and emotions.”
Nine Cringey Mistakes in Marketing Writing and Content | MarketingProfs
If you’ve been around content long enough, you’ve seen these horrible content mistakes in the wild. Memorize them and don’t do them. Your readers will thank you.
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