Starting a business is difficult, there’s no doubt about it. But sustaining, nurturing, and growing a business is far more difficult than simply starting one. Starting a business is just laying out ideas, which always seems very fascinating during the initial phase. But when you actually jump into the swamp, only then do you realize all of the facts. Many start a business with guns blazing, but the majority of them don’t last long (or we can say that they “fail to sustain”). On the other hand, some entrepreneurs enter the market, conduct a failed experiment, and then come back stronger and mightier. What is the difference between the two? Which approach should you choose so that your business sustains and grows over an extended period of time? Allow me to make it simple for you. Remember this bold statement: “Half the war is won in the mind even before the war gets started.” Wise words. That statement prevails … [Read more...] about 11 Strategies Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know
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Sometimes it feels like forever before the next expansion comes — even when it’s regular every year! That’s what this year has been like while waiting for EverQuest II’s 2018 expansion. But now it might almost feel too close: With Chaos Descending on the horizon, that leaves only so much time to participate in the expansion prelude event! A bit disappointingly, there isn’t much to it except grinding. It is not a complicated event (the quest itself is pretty darn short!), but it will take time if you want to gather enough of the event currency to buy the many new items available on the event merchant. So here’s a guide to help you get through Against the Elements so you can buy everything you want before time runs out. Although we don’t have an exact date, once the expansion hits in November the prelude event is slated to end; so while you’ll get to enjoy the new content, you’ll lose out on the opportunity to nab the event goodies! A … [Read more...] about EverQuesting: A guide to EverQuest II’s expansion prelude event, Against the Elements
If you didn’t know, Bethesda recently invited an exclusive list of media and content creators to West Virginia’s Greenbrier Resort, a location that is also featured in the virtual world of Fallout 76, for a special event to showcase the gameplay of their upcoming “survival light” multiplayer Fallout game. Guests were flown in and given a variety of exclusive shwag, including ‘Vault-Tec’ hotel toiletries. More importantly, they were given a chance to play and record three hours each of footage from inside the game. Each member was given an Xbox 1 console to play on, as well as a hard drive full of the 4K footage that they recorded. The footage was under an embargo until 10am EST on October 8th. About 2 seconds after that the internet was flooded with something people have been begging for since E3: gameplay footage. Simply typing “Fallout 76” in Google right now will get you more info than you’ll know what to do with. Lucky for you, … [Read more...] about All I Need to Know About Fallout 76 I Learned From The Greenbrier Resort
Although I am a newbie blogger as well who is yet to make any money, I read and follow the top bloggers in the industry. In this post, I would like to highlight the top mistakes that newbie bloggers make. 1. Not Building An Email List “The money is in the list.” If you haven’t heard that line before, you have not blogged long enough. Whatever your blogging goals are, building your email list should be your top priority. If you are blogging to make money, you would soon notice that your blogging income will be directly proportional to the number of email subscribers. Making an growing, an email will ensure that you have a steady stream of visitors as soon as a publish a new post. You could also segment your visitors and send them targeted emails or drip campaigns. This way you would successfully make sales if you created your own products. Having a growing subscriber base will also Google Proof your website. You can still get a good number of visitors on your blog if … [Read more...] about Mistakes Bloggers Make That Costs Money & How To Fix Them?
This is part 2 of our guide to setup your Shopify Store. We already covered the basics in part 1 (read here), now we’re going to show you how to setup some advanced features. Your main goal in e-Commerce is making sales and profit from it, thus, the importance of measuring your ad results is crucial. Facebook is aware of this need and provided us a tool to achieve it: Facebook Pixel. The Facebook Pixel is key for tracking conversions when you use Facebook Ads to drive traffic to your website. In one of our recent posts, we talked about How to set up Facebook Remarketing we talked about what is the Facebook Retargeting Pixel, its advantages and how to use it to make custom audiences from it. This time we are covering step by step the Facebook Retargeting Pixel set up on your Shopify store in order to measure your conversions. When you run Facebook Ads, using the Facebook Pixel to measure conversions is key to understand your visitor’s behavior inside your online … [Read more...] about Shopify – Create your online store (Part 2)