How To Sell Live Classes In WooCommerce

how to sell scheduled live classes in WooCommerce

If you want to sell live classes in WooCommerce this article describes how to do so without any additional premium add-ons or plugins… The Internet has made it possible for any person with a computer, or even a smartphone, to harness their unique life expertise and “productize it” in the form of online training materials such as video classes, e-books, flashcards, online practice tests, etc. If you have developed expertise over your lifetime, and are interested in creating an online business, selling online video classes, e-books, flashcards, online practice tests,…

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How to Add Google Analytics Code to WordPress – No Plugin Needed

How to add Google Analytics tracking code to your WordPress site without a plugin

If you run a WordPress website, you may want to add Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools tracking code to your site. Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools are free tools that can help you see how many visitors are coming to your site and what they are reading, or clicking on. You can add Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools tracking code to your site in a variety of ways, including using a free plugin to do so… This post shows you how to add the Google Analytics tracking code manually…

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How to Make All Images Secure In WordPress

how to make all images secure in WordPress

Back in the summer of 2018, Google announced that certain websites would be marked with a prominent “NOT SECURE” sign when viewed through the Chrome browser. Specifically, the reason for this warning label is to alert users if they were visiting a website that could be potentially harmful… What Is Insecure Content and Why Does It Matter? The following in italics is a direct quote from Google’s page on “Mixed Content” aka “Insecure Content”: Mixed content occurs when initial HTML is loaded over a secure HTTPS connection, but other resources (such as…

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Vidyard Pricing? (Sorry It’s Not Public)

Vidyard pricing isn’t publicly available? Bummer. Anyone who’s curious about Vidyard pricing because they are looking for a video hosting platform will be disappointed to find out that Vidyard’s pricing is not public… Why isn’t Vidyard pricing available? I don’t know… The only thing I can assume is that they’ve made it a “secret” to get you to call them or to fill out the request form for free demo. Vidyard Pricing Questions Are The 2nd Most Common on Google Vidyard’s approach to pricing transparency is stupid. Why? Because anyone…

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Is There A LinkedIn Publishing Rel=Canonical Option?

Is there a LinkedIn publishing rel=canonical option

Prior to republishing an article from my blog using LinkedIn Publishing I wondered if LinkedIn includes a Rel=Canonical link option to help publishers avoid duplicate content… It turns out that the answer is “no”. LinkedIn doesn’t offer a rel=canonical option, or build it in by default like Medium does… This a bummer for two reasons: Digital sharecropping is a really stupid long-term business model. Google can penalize you for duplicate content. However, depending on the age of your blog and your goals, reposting an existing article from your blog on LinkedIn…

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Seth + Tim = Better Than Seth or Tim

The recent podcast interview between Tim Ferriss and Seth Godin demonstrates once again that healthy collisions can supercharge performance. I love both of these individuals for the work that they do. However, in this case, Seth + Tim = a better result than just Seth or Tim separately. Classic 1+1=3. Of course, the ideas in this podcast interview are not necessarily new… Seth has been providing this advice in different ways for years. Indeed, Tim references blog posts from Seths Blog from back in 2010. However, the conversation between them…

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How to Search Within a Website Using Google

How to easily Search Within any Website Using Google

For many years Google offered “Google Site Search”, a premium service that allowed you and your customers to search within your own website using Google. Google officially retired its “Google Site Search” service in 2018… This means if you want to search within a website using Google today, you have to use a special “search operator” on Google.com. This can be done easily and works well to search any website that is indexed by Google. How to Search Within a Website Using Google If you need to search within a…

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Which is Better? GoDaddy vs. Bluehost Email

If you’ve created a blog or custom website for yourself, Bluehost email offers a simple way to set up a free email at a custom domain… You can also set up forwarding for your custom email to forward to a Gmail account. Whether you have the domain registered with Bluehost or not, you can set up an email with it. For example, if you own “spiffyshark.com” and you want to have a custom email address (i.e. hello@spiffyshark.com) you can create this for free using Bluehost. You can also set up…

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Sucky Internet Copywriting Insight…

I first learned about Laura Belgray through the Sidehustle Nation podcast. Laura is an expert at copywriting who advises businesses on how to write like they would talk in real life… Natural, conversational speaking that has clarity, personality and resonance. The problem with most writing online is that people speak as if they are afraid they’re offending someone… Indeed, fear is a huge part of most people’s days so they probably are afraid! The result is that they tone their message and language down… They repeat just. the. facts. ma’am.…

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Blog Earning $100/Month = $117,606.89 After 30 Years

Most Americans do not have enough to retire on… This is true. But can you start a blog earning $100 per month? Of course. If you start a blog and earn $100 per month ($1,200 per year) from AdSense or another online business model, this is enough to add up to $117,606.89 after 30 years. $117,606.89? How can this be true…? After all… $1,200 per year x 30 years = only $36,000 But not if you invest your $1,200 in blog earnings in the stock market every year. According to…

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