WordPress Pro Tips – The Quick And Dirty Guide

WordPress Pro Tips - The Quick And Dirty Guide

I’m not a pro yet at WordPress and internet entrepreneurship, but we are moving up the learning curve pretty quickly. After six months working full-time building TomJohnston.org and MightyInvestor.com, I’ve already made a ton of tiny mistakes.  Errors you won’t have to make if you read this quick and dirty guide.WordPress Pro Tips ChecklistBe Thoughtful About […]

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What Not To Include In Your Blog

What Not To Include In Your Blog

When building an internet business, it’s important to think about what not to include.  The most successful brands and websites have a focus and clarity of purpose. A site that details the best deals on cash back and travel credit cards is more likely to flourish than one focused on everything under the sun–and, oh […]

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Brute Force It

Brute Force It

Sometimes you just have to brute force your way out of confusion and failure into knowledge and success. Don’t know how to XX?  Just hurl yourself at the problem–iterating hundreds and thousands of time.  We are talking countless hours, weeks’ and months’

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The Tyranny of Version 1.0

They Tyranny of Version 1.0

I’m convinced that a ton of people never achieve their dreams because they are so dismayed by the quality of version 1.0 of whatever their vision calls them to do. You dream of writing a novel and becoming a writer.  You start your first piece of fiction.  You recognize it sucks

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The Greatest Cure For Anxiety

The Greatest Cure for Anxiety

Work like a dog.  Seriously, for a certain type of anxiety, there is no other antidote. “TENSION IS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN WHERE YOU ARE AND WHERE YOU SHOULD BE” For many, tension and anxiety are the signal their soul uses to say – “Go.  Go now.  Get Going

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Why I Switched from HostGator to SiteGround

I recently switched from HostGator to SiteGround (affiliate link). Here’s a quick and dirty review on why. Basically, my sites were just too slow on HostGator’s Baby Web package. Tech support was decent, but the servers were just too slow. SiteGround is known to focus on website speed as well as for its off the […]

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