Showing posts from January, 2021

The Secret Magic Bullet To Success In Business

 People who are new to online business are usually looking for ways to increase the number of viewers or readers they can get to their content. They are looking for ways to make more money from their business. The basic thinking is that the more people you can get to your content (whether that be a website or a podcast or videos), the more people will end up buying products from you or viewing your display ads, and the more money you will make. All sorts of articles are written online to try to share tips that will bring you online business success. They talk about all sorts of things. Writing catchier headlines for your blog posts can encourage more people to click on your content in search engines. Doing keyword research so that you can write about things that get lots of searches each month can increase how many people find you. Becoming skilled in persuasive writing and copywriting can help you keep people on your pages for longer. There are a nearly endless list of potential hacks

Sam Harris' Generous Subscription Policy

 I am a huge fan of the Making Sense podcast which is hosted by Sam Harris . It is consistently ranked as one of the top 100 podcasts in the world. The podcast is mostly interviews that Sam Harris has with interesting people. Interview might be the wrong word, because it makes it seem like the majority of the talking is done by the guest. It makes it seem like all Sam does is ask questions. It is much more of a conversation where both Sam and his guest get the chance to speak at length about their thoughts on any given topic.  And the conversations had in the podcast are on topics of consequence. Some podcasts merely talk about entertaining anecdotes with the intent of amusing listeners. Making Sense is an educational podcast that talks about science, religion, psychology, politics, and current events. Sam Harris is one of the smartest people I have ever listened to or read. His vocabulary is immense and his ability to enunciate concepts is incredible. The guests he brings on to the

Smartly Fresh Scent Laundry Detergent Review

 Target is my favorite big chain store. It might even be my favorite store overall. The atmosphere of the place just feels so much nicer than Walmart or other budget brand chains. I go to Target at least once per week to get the regular household essentials. I always love my trips to Target. Target is a brand I associate with quality.  It isn't always the cheapest. Some people I have talked to call Target the "Rich Man's Walmart". They have mentioned that they rarely go to Target because everything is so much more expensive than other stores. I haven't really noticed stuff being that much more expensive at Target. If you went around with a list of prices from competing stores on the items you were there to buy, I would bet most items wouldn't be more than a dollar more than anywhere else. And when you consider than Target pays their employees a minimum of $15 per hour , an industry leading wage for retail workers, it makes paying a little more much more palata