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How to get your online courses found on Google?

How to get your online courses found in Google by doing SEO on the sales page Teachable, Wordpress and Squarespace

The online education market is just getting started and will continue to expand. The future of online education allows anyone to share their expertise and make an income through teaching. People love a good Netflix-style binge, and online education gives those who are eager to learn exactly what they crave. Platforms such as Teachable are […]

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5 blogging mistakes that will make you loose points with Google

5 BLOGGING MISTAKES THAT PISS GOOGLE OFF- If you are new to blogging or have been blogging you may have committed one of these 5 mistakes that piss Google of so lets clean up, read on through

What I really mean is 5 blogging mistakes that will piss Google off and maybe even your clients.  Previously when I launched my blog and website, I was just happy to be alive. You know the joy of pressing that submit button and being oh-so-LEGIT. Like running screaming and telling everyone, MY BUSINESS IS ALIVE! […]

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4 Reasons Why Blogging matters. My Story.

Why blogging matters and why you should be blogging for your business. The good new is that it is not as hard as it sounds and it is more about quality vs quantity

As I prepared for my presentation for the Blink Conference (all about blogging with SEO in mind), it dawned on me that there would be fellow photographers or creatives there that actually do not have a blog. Some perhaps never launched a blog or they rebranded in a new platform and have not yet started […]

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10 ways to lower your bounce rate & get people to love your blog

Learn ways to reduce bounce rate and get more clicks on your website and blog traffic.

Bounce rate is a measurement by Google that calculates how many bounces you’ve had from your website. A bounce is when a visitor comes to your site and that visitor does not click through to another page on your site, but instead, leaves. Google wants visitors to read on and visit other pages on our […]

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4 Tips to Radically grow your Instagram account after the Alogorithm change

radically grow your instagram account with these 4 tips!

I have been working on my Instagram lately, and I am loving this platform. I get to speak directly to my ideal audience and readers and get to be found by a whole new audience easily. It is a fun platform to use, but Instagram is also definitely a social media platform that requires intention, […]

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October SEO events with Fuse

Learn how to use Instagram Stories for your business

Hey firecrackers! October is here and I can’t believe it! I just spent this past week hiding from Hurricane Matthew, and gladly we did not lose power or experience any damage, but prayers to those that still have no power here in SC and those majorly affected by the aftermath. It feels good to be […]

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5 Simple Ways to use Keywords to get found on Google!

Hello creatives. I have blogged, Periscoped and taught on how to find new keywords for your business but let us refresh shall we? Keywords are the words/phrases people use when searching for something in a Search Engine such as Google. Keywords can be: one word, two words, three words, one long-ass sentence… because let’s face […]

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Are you a wedding pro that sucks at blogging?

30 blog post ideas fro wedding vendors. get your wedding business found online

Hello Wedding Pros! Today I want to chat with you all about blogging and how you can become a better and more consistent blogger for your wedding business. I totally understand that most of us wedding vendors are tied up well in running our businesses, then wedding season comes, booking season comes, engagement  photo season […]

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