A very wise man and once taught me that the key to marketing is not what you say, but how well you can transfer emotion to your audience.
Genius Types income last month was $787.33.
The compound growth rate (three-month rolling average) is currently at 21% per month.
Most people fit into one of two categories: 1) business minded or 2) creative; but to be successful as an entrepreneur, you need both. That’s why so few small businesses succeed: their leaders are too heavy on one side or the other.
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Feedburner feed subscriptions increased 12% in September to 1,143.
Subscriptions are the most solid indicator of blog growth.
Traffic can bounce up and down like crazy with boosts from social media sites or Google trends.
Subscribers represent a solid indicator of readership.
Genius Types income was up 24% in September to $784.08.
If you don’t have a blog yet, read How to Blog :: The Manual to get started. It’s not that difficult and it’s the first step to building your own online brand. In the future, your earning potential might have a lot to do with how connected you are on the internet and a blog is the networking machine to get you there.
66,207 Page Views
Page Views on Genius Types increased from 62,311 in August to 66,207 in September, a 6.3% increase.
Here’s the raw data for 2007:
A year ago I was not a blogger. I thought blogs were for people who wanted to keep an online journal about how their day was going and how bad their ex-boyfriend sucked. I knew I needed an online presence, but I thought my needs were more advanced than a blog could provide.
Feedburner feed subscriptions increased 27% in August to 1,023.