Halloween is here, my little ghoulies and boylies… it is time, once again -for the first time- for Steve Scott’s Scary Selections. For this One day I will be breaking far away from my normal niche to give you a taste of the best and the worst (like my opening pun) of all that is Halloween. [click to continue…]
Fall is here and you know what that means! Over the next few weeks, people will be sitting around dinner tables full of relatives that they can’t stand, eating turkey and silently thinking, “How can I be related to these people?!”
Distant relatives always seem to be the butt of jokes, but we’ve all had experiences with people we don’t like. Annoying coworkers, noisy next-door neighbors, rude waitresses, pushy salespeople … you get my drift. I don’t know about you, but there are just some people in the world that I just can’t stand, for whatever reason. Even so, I do my best to be tolerant of others—at least while I’m around them! [click to continue…]
Today I’d like to start a new series that’ll occur on a regular basis – “Letters to Steve.” Here I’ll answer questions I get from your fellow readers. If you’re interested in participating, feel free to send an email to stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com.
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It’s time for another guest post! Today we have one from Alex of Business Opportunities Expo who gives a few great tips for picking a niche for your blog. Take it away Alex…
The single most important decision you make when establishing a blog is choosing the right niche. Your choice of niche greatly determines your blog’s future success and its potential profitability. It also influences your own enjoyment of the effort you invest in creating and maintaining your blog. A successful blog can lead to profit, whether you plan on selling your blog, hosting web ads or promoting certain products. [click to continue…]
The “Info Income Coaching Class” is no longer available. It’s now being turned into a full-length eBook and course. I’m now offering a deep discount on this material once it’s released in March 1st, 2011.
When I was in high school I had quite a few friends, but looking back, I didn’t have much in common with a lot of them. Sure, the guys on the track team liked running and so did I, but for the most part finishing high school was the number one thing we had in common. Everyone’s main concern was earning our diplomas so we never had to go back to that place again. We basically wound up becoming friends because we all had to be there together. It didn’t matter if we were planning to head off to college, join the military or start working for a family business— we all wanted out. [click to continue…]