Want to know what separates full-time bloggers from the thousands of mere mortals that earn next to nothing for their efforts? I know I did. That’s why I picked up Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger by Zac Johnson to get an insider’s perspective on the tips, tricks, and hidden-strategies used by professional bloggers to build an audience and make real money blogging online. Unlike a lot of authors that have next to no experience building a blog from scratch, Johnson has a well-documented track record in online marketing making him a qualified subject matter expert on the topic of blogging. Johnson owns numerous blogs, including BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com. More recently he co-launched Bloggers.org, a website that connects bloggers with content writers. Is This Book For You? If you’re looking for an overnight way to make money blogging or a magic process that if taken regularly will take your blog from zero to hero in three simple steps this is … [Read more...] about Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger Book Review
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Support Massively OP on PatreonWere you too busy gaming this week to pay attention to MMO news? Get caught up every Sunday evening with Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! Shroud of the Avatar is hereby granted no more launches! Yes, this week Richard Garriott’s Ultima-inspired MMORPG officially shed its in-testing shroud, while, Star Citizen launched its 3.1 alpha, Guild Wars 2 rolled out SAB, and April Fools’ Day gripped the genre. And at GDC, we took a look at big game data, SpatialOS, Defiance, and Ultima Online through the eyes of its original creators. Read on for the very best of this week’s MMO news and opinions! THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES Star Citizen’s 3.1 alpha is live for the holiday weekend - If you're bored on the holiday weekend, and you happen to be a Star Citizen backer, you're going to be taking to the skies, thanks to CIG pushing live the… GDC 2018: Ultima Online post-mortem with Richard Garriott, Starr Long, … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: April Fools’ Day, SOTA, and Star Citizen (April 1, 2018)
I first saw George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead when I was around nine or ten years old. That year I absolutely wanted to be a zombie for Halloween. I made it about as far as some green face paint, a little fake blood, and a pair of my jeans with torn out knees. Still, I spent that 31st of October shambling around with my arms extended, hands hanging from limp wrists, groaning “Braaaaains” in my squeaky pre-pubescent voice. My love of zombies has only grown over the years, as has the popularity of zombie culture. There are at least 24 zombie movies by Romero himself, The Walking Dead comic book and subsequent TV show, and of course countless games. Some of these games are passable, but the vast majority are not. The mobile industry in particular seems to love a good zombie game, and a bad zombie game even more. As such, it was with some mild trepidation that I downloaded Undead Nation: Last Shelter for my Pixel. I originally discovered the game through an ad … [Read more...] about Undead Nation: Last Shelter Review
Stash is the name of a Kickstarter funded, new turn-based, isometric, free-to-play PC based MMO game from developer Frogdice. Stash is the graphical successor to Frogdice’s Threshold RPG, which is their text based, role play required MUD still in operation after twenty some years (since June 1996). Stash prides itself with having a tabletop pen-and-pencil design and an old-school charm interwoven into a unique RPG and community gaming experience. The question is, with a suggestive name like “Stash” does this game really deliver the “goods”? This is our review of Stash for the PC. advertisement Stash starts out like any other MMO with a character creation process. The artwork is more on the cartoonish side with plenty of solid, vibrant colors. Race selection choices are varied where you can choose anything from human, Trulloc (think DAoC Troll), upright wolf or upright cat folk. There are a basic number of character style attributes you can … [Read more...] about Does It Deliver the Goods?
Have you ever wanted to sell an eBook online? Or needed to collect payment for your Workshop, event or a membership course online? Even if you are ready with your product, the biggest challenge is to integrate a payment collection system. Most of us make a mistake by offering net-banking or direct deposit as a payment option, which increases the chances of last minute change of mind. In the past few months, I have been trying out many services that let me sell my eBook. Earlier I have talked about E-Junkie, Google play store, and today I will talking about one service that I’m using from the last two months. I discovered Instamojo around March 2015, and I find it hard to believe that book-selling could be so easier. Before I move ahead & share my experience Instamojo, I want you to know that this service currently operates inIndia only, and users outside India needs to wait for a while before they can also enjoy it’s services. Let’s move on & learn more … [Read more...] about Instamojo- Simplest Way To Sell & Collect Payment Online