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The following post is from David Schneider, the co-founder of Ninja Outreach, a great outreach tool that I am using for my own outreach campaigns for my blog posts as well as for my Power SEO clients. While outreach is something most online marketers understand, it isn’t something than many small b Read More
NinjaOutreach is my first startup, which makes me a first-time founder (well, co-founder).

Although I’ve run businesses before, this one is different for many reasons.

Firstly, for the first time I have a real product (previously I ran service-based businesses).

Secondly, I feel a much str Read More
Even as someone who writes thousands of words a day – I sometimes struggle to come up with the SEO keywords I should be targeting.

And I suspect a lot of other people do as well.

I certainly don’t always write for SEO – but when I do, I want to make it count. I only write one article on each Read More
Welcome to the April monthly growth report here at

Every month I give a status check on the progress of the website and have a candid chat with my audience about what’s working and what isn’t. You can see past monthly growth reports.

Some of the main benefits of doing Read More
Time for the fourth, monthly business review at NinjaOutreach.

April saw the business grow to around $1200 MRR from March’s $818 – which means we have crossed the $1k/month milestone as well as a five figure run rate. We still have a long way to go to get to $10k/month by the end of the year, bu Read More
You hear a lot about traffic, but not as much about leads.

But the truth is, leads are what people are really after – we just don’t express it that way.

There’s an assumption that traffic will just naturally convert to leads, but that isn’t always the case.

And what if you don’t have traff Read More
The idea of location independence is appealing to many entrepreneurs. Imagine being able to run your business from anywhere in the world.

In practice, though, we begin to worry about our ability to support our business when we are miles away.

Namely, how do we find clients when we cannot ap Read More
I used to think that these kinds of stories were made up. You know the ones – where someone makes $100k in a few days launching some info product or software seemingly out of nowhere.

But I’ve come to realize that this is really happening.

The first time I read about this was over at Spencer’ Read More
It’s typical to look at marketing and development as separate entities.

Two islands, only accessible by boat.

And when it comes to startups, people often place themselves in the category of marketer and developer.

The marketer’s job is to drive traffic to the website and to convert it to t Read More
Many niches have thousands of bloggers in them.

The reality is, you can’t and shouldn’t try to work with them all – you have to be selective.

The reason is that it takes time to partner with people, and you only want to engage with bloggers who you feel can best move your brand forward.

As Read More

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