Author Archives: Rob Jordan

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10 IMPORTANT THINGS SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE DO

Sharing is caring…Successful people seem to be different to everyone else. Everything seems to fall into place for them. They have it easy. Why aren’t we so lucky? I used to think like this. I then started to challenge the common misconception that successful people are just lucky or are born into it. I realised…

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The Top 10 things to bring to a coaching business

Sharing is caring…Introspection is always a challenging prospect. How many of us truly look into ourselves and assess what our core capabilities are? Do we even know what types of skills are required in any given project or even in a business? I thought I would take the plunge and make an assessment of myself…

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What it Takes to Leave the Corporate World (and Not Look Back)

What it Takes to Leave the Corporate World (and Not Look Back)

Sharing is caring…Anita Campbell was on Hack the Entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Small Business Trends, an award-winning online publication, which offers breaking news and advice for small business owners. Anita, a former corporate attorney, left corporate life and founded her company in 2003. She is a recognised authority and has been quoted in…

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The number ONE way to improve your life

Sharing is caring… So picture this; you’re sitting in your lovely home office. You’ve got a fresh beverage of choice in front of you and you hear the birds singing outside your window as you peruse another stunning article on your favourite blog. You’re looking at sales coming into your Paypal account and and life…

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Don’t Waste a Crisis. Here’s How.

Sharing is caring…At some point in project delivery, either in your own project or when working for a client, you will experience a moment of “Oh $£!*, what now?!”. While everyone else around you loses their heads, this is where you leap in to save the day. You need clarity of thought. You need confidence.…

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1 Strategy, Unlimited Traffic – DotCom Secrets

Sharing is caring…I’m always on the lookout for new strategies to drive traffic and engagement. This book nails it. Today I requested a free copy of Russell Brunson’s book called DotCom Secrets. Russell has been starting and growing online businesses for over a decade and has worked with many of the top entrepreneurs in the…

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7 Rituals You Should Steal from Extremely Creative People

7 Rituals of Extremely Creative People

Sharing is caring…Creativity is one of those things that you’ve either got or you haven’t. My own experience of it is quite simple: have confidence, try something, learn from your mistakes, and improve next time around. It’s kinda like a secret formula that’s so simple it shouldn’t work – but it does!  ”Creativity is just…

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Focus on These 4 Steps to Harness the Addictive Power of Email (And Turn Your Traffic Into Business)

Facebook Retargetting: 8 Custom Audience Strategies

Sharing is caring…Facebook has a lot of pretty cool features for marketers. Their push to monetize their platform has led them to create a set of tools that are hugely powerful. You just need to know how to use them, right? Retargetting or (remarketing) is a concept that has some running for cover. It’s actually…

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The Ultimate Content Marketing Checklist: 40 Questions to Ask Yourself before Publishing Your Next Blog Post

Is it time to Quit Marketing on Facebook?

Sharing is caring…Marketing on Facebook is dead. Long live advertising on Facebook! There’s much gnashing of teeth and crying loudly with changes that Facebook are making to its advertising and it’s content delivery algorithms. It used to be you could deliver anything you wanted and your audience would get to see it. Content delivery rates…

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3 Ways to Define What Your Blog Is About

3 Ways to Define What Your Blog Is About

Sharing is caring…A great article over on Problogger tackles the age old question: What is your blog about? For some people, that’s quite an easy answer. It could be Fashion, Beauty, Nails. Perhaps it’s Consoles, Games, peripherals. The point is there are niches and sub-niches. Which one are you in? Can you even define it?…

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