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Customer Example: 7 Click-Worthy Content Ideas You Can Use Right Now

content-ideas-kristen-burgessRecently I was reading through a content plan from IttyBiz customer Kristen Burgess (of Natural Birth And Baby Care), and her content ideas were so well-developed and compelling I thought they’d function well as a teaching example.

So today, I’m going to walk through 7 of Kristen’s content ideas and tell you how you can adapt them to choose topics that will make people curious, interested, and ready to click on your content.

Ready? Let’s roll.

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Customer Profile: Noa Kageyama, Bulletproof Musician

Noa Kageyama, Bulletproof MusicianThere are so many different types of ittybiz owners in the world, but so often only the biggest or flashiest ones get represented in the media we consume.

To counter this, I’ve been interviewing real IttyBiz customers and clients so that you can see the variety and diversity of solo businesses out there – and the different ways that people run their business and manage their work.

So without further ado, I’d love to introduce you to IttyBiz customer… Noa Kageyama!

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Weak Branding? Fix It With These 3 Words

Weak Branding? Fix It With These 3 WordsWe’d all like to have stronger branding for our businesses – but we don’t necessarily know how we can create it. Branding has a lot of elements interplaying with each other: naming, visuals, production quality, uniqueness, etc. – and that can easily lead to overwhelm.

Today I’m going to show you a simple branding exercise that you can put into practice today (for free!) that can begin strengthening and clarifying your brand immediately. It will also simplify all your branding decisions moving forward, which is a nice plus.

So, let’s make creating a strong brand a whole lot easier, starting now.

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Customer Profile: Sherazad Jamal, Free Lion Body Care

Sherazad JamalThere are so many different types of ittybiz owners in the world, but so often only the biggest or flashiest ones get represented in the media we consume.

To counter this, I’ve been interviewing real IttyBiz customers and clients so that you can see the variety and diversity of solo businesses out there – and the different ways that people run their business and manage their work.

So without further ado, I’d love to introduce you to IttyBiz customer… Sherazad Jamal!

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3 Ways To Make Writing Your Book FAR Easier

Today we dive into the final topic in this series on book writing advice with what is arguably the most important question of all – “How can you make writing your book easier so you can get it done and publish it?”

My answers are below. But before we begin, I’d like you to reframe “writing a book” as “writing down words”, because at the end of the day, that is all we’re doing here. We’ll approach our book with a general idea of how long it needs to be, and focus on getting to that word count number that lets us say, “Yay! It’s done!”.

But how long will that take? Well, the basic structure of a book can, for most people, be completed in about 45 minutes a day, in two or three months. But for most of us it’s not quite as simple as sitting down at 11, writing for a while, and getting up again at 11:45.

For most of us, we could use a few strategies to make it doable, possible, and 100% non-intimidating.

Let’s talk about 3 things you can do to make “writing your book” not much of a big deal at all.

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