Affiliate Theme Review (The Perfect Theme for Marketers)

I’ve been staying away from blog related topics for awhile, but, I couldn’t pass this up. Since many of the readers here are bloggers, and are interested in making money online, I’d like to tell you about a new theme that is being released by the guys that made my site.
I actually made a site […]

Posted by in Blogging | March 17, 2009 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 1 comment

Bloggers Must Have These 3 Ducks in a Row

Editor’s Note: This article is guest posted by Hunter Nuttall

There are lots of people out there looking to make a career out of blogging. And there are blogs out there that teach all in the ins and outs. But while you’re learning all the intricacies of ad placement, plugins, and copywriting, make sure you don’t […]

Posted by in Blogging | July 29, 2008 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 18 comments

Advertising Is Now So Simple Even A Caveman Might Be Able To Do It

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. -Albert Einstein.
OIOPublisher goes by the great slogan, “Time to take out the middle-men…” and they certainly do that by making blog monetization extremely simple. By taking out big advertisers, you get to put the 50% commission right back in your wallet.

This means you can […]

Posted by in Blogging | January 30, 2008 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 1 comment

Three Ways Dreaming Can Improve Your Blogging

After a night of studying with my best friend, a glass of sweet Ressling wine, and some good sleep on a couch, I had an interesting dream. I woke up, and the first thing I thought to myself was, “Wow, there’s a good blog post! No. There’s TWO great blog posts!”
For a moment I thought […]

Posted by in Blogging | December 21, 2007 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 5 comments

Alex Shalman, Erin and Steve Pavlina Talk Blogging, and Personal Development

I woke up bright and early this past Saturday and went into New York City to meet our favorite personal development guru, Steve Pavlina. He was visiting our great city, from his residence in Las Vegas for the week, and had a small meet up for his friends that read his personal development site. His […]

Caring Compassion Charity

You stood up as a community, and told me your best, most exclusive, and over-the-top goals that you could pick off your goals list. Your passion, optimism, and fearlessness made me proud, to say the least. I know that it wasn’t the easiest task to put yourself out there on a limb, and share […]

How Can I Make AlexShalman.com More Useful For You?

It’s time to get your feedback. How can I make AlexShalman.com more useful for you?
Since your opinion is the one that counts, I would like to pose this question to you every several months, to know which direction you would like to see this site go in.
Here are several topics that I would like to […]

Posted by in Blogging | September 20, 2007 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 4 comments

Personal Development Contest – Free iPod Shuffle

There’s a lot of buzz going around the blogosphere right now, as people are proudly posting a great big list of personal development bloggers. I’m very impressed with this effort, and how people are passing along some genuinely good information onto their readers that I decided to reward them for their effort. I’m hosting a […]

Posted by in Blogging, Networking | September 13, 2007 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 108 comments

SOBCon: Pictures and Links

Previously I have mentioned that I would be attending SOBCon. That weekend has come and passed, but the enormous amount of knowledge that I have obtained has stayed with me.
There was also a follow up post about stepping out of my comfort zone that was posted right before SOBCon began.
Below is a Flickr slideshow of […]

Posted by in Blogging, Networking | June 6, 2007 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 15 comments

SOBCon Weekend: The Comfort Zone

If you had told me in December, when I had started this blog, that I would be traveling to other states, and going to seminars, in order to learn more and meet some great people, I would have thought you were nuts. It’s been nearly five months now since I made my first post, and […]

Posted by in Blogging, Networking | May 11, 2007 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 15 comments

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