Free Website Reviews by Real People – Delivered On Video

I’d like to introduce you to a free online resource called Peek. Peek will review the usability of your website or blog, your website on mobile, or your mobile app. You simply enter your website URL, your name and email, and one of Peek’s reviewers will get to work on creating a short five-minute video review for you – absolutely free. [Read more…]

Building A Book Review Blog Using Free Resources

Build a Book Review Blog with any Free Theme and 2 Free Plugins: I’ve had an enjoyable week because I got to do something I really love doing – build a blog! I’ve been working on a little project that’s been on the side-burner for a long time and that’s a Book Review Blog. In this post I’m going to go over some of the steps I took to get the blog up and running and, hopefully, save you a little bit of the hiccups and headaches I experienced. I’ll try to be brief because I have a lot to share; review blogs require a few extra steps than the basic blogs most of us build.

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Review of Build A Blog Community by Adrienne Smith With Free Bonus

In this post I offer my honest review of Adrienne Smith’s “Build A Blog Community” online course. I also put together my own supplemental guide, the “Simple Guide To Building Influence“, which I offer as a free download. [Read more…]

Check Out This Free WordPress Table of Contents Plugin

In this post we’ll take a deep dive into the free WordPress plugin – Table of Contents Plus. I don’t know about you but every now and then I get a little long winded when writing a blog post. Adding a Table of Contents (TOC) to longer posts can make your post easier to read (consume) and the section itself can help “breakup” our content so it’s not as overwhelming. The Table of Contents Plus WordPress plugin allows us to include a clickable post menu based on the number of headings (you determine which heading tags). Shorter posts can omit the TOC while longer posts with a lot of sections can include the table. [Read more…]

Relationship Management – Use Rapportive To Connect With Your Gmail Contacts

How many times have you received an email or newsletter from someone and opened a new tab to search for them on Twitter, Facebook or G+? You want to either research the person a little to see if they’re legit or to connect with them on another network so you start searching. Yes, there’s an app for that! In this article I try to offer an unbiased look at this free relationship management tool so you can make an informed decision. [Read more…]