Shawn Clement is a golf instructor based in Canada. He’s the most popular golf instructor on YouTube, with more than 22 million views since he started making YouTube videos in 2006. The Inbound Marketing Grader looks at successful coaches, consultants, trainers, and other solopreneurs who do inbound marketing well. In this post, I grade Shawn […]
As I ate my lunch at the kitchen table this afternoon, I read the February 2014 issue of Golf Magazine. At least, I thought it was Golf Magazine. Upon closer inspection, I realized it was a cache of blog-post ideas with viral potential, all tested by Time, Inc. (which owns Golf Magazine). Let me explain. […]
In my “Friday Bits” columns, I write about solopreneur-related news, info, and amusements. Last week I was searching for a good-value Pinot Noir and found ReverseWineClub.com, a website that “thumbs its nose at bottles over $20.” Publisher Jon Thorsen has built a terrific site for finding inexpensive wine. I encourage you to visit ReverseWineClub.com for […]
This is a guest post written by Dana Sitar, who is a freelance journalist and indie author. She shares resources, tips, and tools for dreamers in search of a path at DIY Writing. She recently completed the first draft of the DIY Writing Business Plan, which will launch her into full-time solopreneurship! You’ve started a […]
I met a friend of mine last week at a Starbucks. I ordered hot chocolate — I’m not much of a coffee fan, never have been. My friend is a solopreneur and a fine writer. He said he’s had a difficult time coming up with ideas recently for his blog and asked if I had […]
No solopreneur ever went wrong doing these things.
I had coffee last week with a longtime friend, and he asked me which online marketing tools have worked (and which haven’t) in building The Solopreneur Life over the past year. It’s a good question, and below is a high-level view of how I rank the return on investment for the tools I’ve used. Invaluable […]