Websites Where I got Valuable Information
By and far the site I have used in the past and continue to use is Yaro Starak’s site the Entrepreneurs-Journey. He gives readers a most valuable piece of information called The Blog Profits Blueprint. This has been my bible on my journey starting this blog and learning to do all the work I needed to do. The download is free. Yaro also offers the Blog Mastermind course which is one of the leading courses for bloggers for beginners to those who have been blogging for years. People taking the course can also get entrance to the Laptop Lifestyle Academy which is a forum with more educational courses, resources and unbelievable support from members to one another. I highly recommend this one to everyone.
In addition, for technical information Word Press has a very helpful site. I didn’t find this site until I had my blog almost ready to start. It’s one that I wished someone had steered me to right from the start.
Getting into the mindset of the millennials
Daniel DiPiazza has some very interesting videos along with a book, “Ditch your job, start an epic Business and score the life you want” that provides interesting information on the mindset of millennials, especially related to internet activities.
CEO vs. Worker Bee:
The Two Modes of Productivity
A very good article here helping you define the two modes of work you must do with blogging: defining what needs to be done and then doing the work. The jobs are different and you need to understand the differences in them.
Getting started on my first e-book
Small Stuff Counts
This site has an awesome list of links that are from handy to have, up to essential. I continue to check out many of them as my blog grows. She is a wizard at organization also.
Marc Papp host of this website gave a great deal of help with many of the technical questions I had. He sent very readable pictures of dashboards showing me where to go to correct problems.
How to’s on blogging
Paula and Becky have teamed up to write a host of helpful articles for the new blogger on getting started and once started, what do you do next. Helpful articles on monetizing and the stages where this should start.
Crystal gives a great list of hints to help grow your audience in this article. Well worth a visit to check it out.
I go to Sarah’s website and read her emails regularly. Her directions for setting up a website are clear and her discount with Blue Host is a money saver. In addition, Sarah speaks to my heart and reminds me that God is there every step of the way. It’s a message I need to be reminded of when things are going wrong.
Raelyn has a vast trove of information that runs the full gamut of information one needs to have to have a successful blog. When I need to know how to do something and want answers in a hurry, Raelyn’s site is one of the first places where I’m almost always sure to find an answer.