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You might be wasting dozens of hours each week, without even knowing it.

That’s right – even those that think of themselves as productive waste a considerable amount of time, even if it doesn’t feel like it.

I’ve been there as well. It is so easy to get distracted by something small, and spend far too much time browsing the web, checking social media, or wasting time away on your phone.

The real killer though?

Time spent between tasks. The huge chunks of your precious day spent in transition, figuring out whatever it is you’re meant to do next.

In this article, I want to highlight a free service that helped solve this problem for me. It’s called Todoist, and it will help you get more done each day than you ever imagined possible.

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Internal linking is a strategy that’s often over-looked by many website owners, yet it’s extremely important.

Not only will proper internal linking help your pages to rank higher on Google, but they’re very important to helping Google crawl your website.

The SEO benefits are huge.

On top of that, internal linking lowers bounce rates, helps to engage your readers, and makes your brand much more memorable to your audience.

Unfortunately, knowing when and where to link to isn’t always easy. As your website grows, it becomes increasingly difficult to actually keep track of what posts you have published on your site.

Chances are, there are hundreds of internal links you could add to your posts right now that are extremely relevant. Each one of these helping to boost your on-page SEO.

One easy to do this is by using the plugin Link Whisper. Link Whisper scans all of your pages, and intelligently provides recommendations for you – making it possible to add hundreds of links in only a couple of hours!

In this article, I’ll go over all of the features and provide my full review of Link Whisper.

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When it comes to blogging, there’s unfortunately a lot of misinformation out there.

Usually, this isn’t because of anything malicious, and if you’re a believer of one of the blogging myths I’m about to share with you, it’s not anything to feel bad about. Outdated articles, fake gurus, and half-truths are rampant in the blogging space, due to how quickly the landscape continues to evolve.

As a community of bloggers, let’s set the record straight together.

In this article, I’m going to share some of the most common blogging myths that I still see being circulated, and share actionable tips that will help you achieve better blogging results.

Let’s start with one of the biggest ones!

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During times of uncertainty, it’s common for business owners to begin to panic.

Revenue begins to drop, deals fall through, and the expectations you had for your company in the upcoming months are suddenly put into jeopardy.

It’s a scary time, and many entrepreneurs handle it so poorly, that they suffer permanent damage as a result – if they manage to stay in business at all.

However, it certainly doesn’t have to be this way.

Recessions are an inevitably, but they do not always have to be considered scary news. In fact, more so than anything, recessions can provide business owners with opportunities.

While businesses are falling left and right, you have the capability to grow through the next recession – capitalizing on the poor decisions of your competitors.

However it takes a well thought out, well executed strategy in order to work.

In this article, I’d like to share with you 5 steps you must take if you want to thrive during the next recession, and share some advice on how to begin implementing your strategy today.

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I recently tried out something that I’ve been putting off for months.

Something I made countless excuses to avoid, out of my own personal fears and insecurities – recording an hour long podcast episode, on the spot, without much preparation.

It was incredibly eye-opening, and I learned a lot. Seeing as this was a type of content that I had never really created before, I wasn’t entirely sure how things would pan out.

Podcasting is going to continue to rise in the coming years, and as entrepreneurs I think it’s important that we take advantage of audio content. Because of that, I wanted to share the personal lessons I learned – both to help you get off the ground faster, and avoid some of the mistakes I made during this first recording.

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