Episode 20: My Mom is Launching a Blog for New Homeschoolers

In this episode of the Unleash Your Blog podcast, you’ll hear a recorded coaching call with Alicia Meese (my mother), where we talk about what to consider when you’re launching a brand new blog.

We dive into getting clarity on your blog’s target audience, how that relates to your products & services, as well as the first steps you should take before you “launch” your blog to the world.

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Episode 19: Grow Your Coaching, Consulting, or Freelance Services

In this episode of the Unleash Your Blog podcast, you’ll hear a recorded coaching call with Robby Miles, where we talk about getting clarity on what freelance services he offers to clients.

We discuss the difference between coaching, consulting, and freelance services as well as how to determine exactly what services your potential clients are looking for and how to structure your fees.

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Episode 18: Getting Clarity with a Brand New Fitness Blog

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In this episode of the Unleash Your Blog podcast, you’ll hear a recorded coaching call with Dan Khadem, where we talk about finding the clarity needed to launch his new fitness-related blog.

We discuss how a clear focus can help you hone in on your goals for your business, which types of customers you should spend the most energy on, writing an eye-catching first blog post, and more.

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Episode 17: The Best of “Unleash Your Blog” from 2016

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In this episode of the Unleash Your Blog podcast, I revisit some of the most important content from past podcast episodes with ongoing commentary to tie it all together.

This is a solid foundation in what you need to know about building an online business from your blog, whether you’re new to the podcast or have been following along since the very first episode.

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My Annual Review (2016): The Year I Quit My Day Job… Twice!

This is my second year writing an “annual review” post to reflect on what went well, what did not go well, and what I will change in the coming year. This post is especially helpful for me, but I hope you can learn something from it as well.

For this year’s “backstory”, you might enjoy reading my annual review from last year, My Annual Review (2015): The Year We Birthed a Business and a Baby.

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