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Do you know someone who would rather save money than spend it?
The flashy new iPhone 7 doesn’t tempt him –- he’s happy with his old-school flip phone.
If he goes out to lunch, he’s ordering the cheapest thing on the menu and boxing up half for later.
He’s probably demanding the “best deal” when asking for a quote.
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Does your company have challenges around content creation (especially creating optimized SEO content?).
You’re not alone.
I hear the complaints all the time…
“We create a lot of content every month, but it’s not very good. Our writing has quality issues, and we’re not sure what to do.”
“Our writers refuse to optimize their content because they think ‘SEO writing’ is […]
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You’ve heard the horror stories, haven’t you?
. . And, .
It makes sense that you’re worried about your Internet Security and Privacy.
Nobody wants to be an online victim.
But, what can you do about it?
Well, there is one simple way that’s cost effective and can be set up in minutes.
All you need is a VPN that securely encrypts your internet activity and keeps you safe from the threats of the online world.
I’m going to show you everything you need to know about a VPN-
I’m also going to show you how to use the VPN to watch your favourite TV shows, get cheaper flight tickets and some other tricks you can use to get the most from your VPN.
If that sounds good to you, let’s get stuck in, shall we?
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. Don’t worry; I’m not going to get too caught up in the technical stuff. Instead, let me explain to you simply.
A VPN exists to protect your information, your identity, and your location.
Not only does it keep you safe from hackers and online crimes, but you can also use it for some fun things as well (more on that later).
Let’s say you’re sat in your local Starbucks working on your laptop, hooked up to their internet. Their free WiFi is what you’d call a public network.
And it’s easy for hackers and other people to get hold of your data while you’re on it.
I can’t stress enough how important it is to use a VPN when you connect to any free Wifi when you are out and about. That includes your phone, tablet and laptop!
Because all it takes is for someone to install a freely available android application like this one-
And in a click of the button anyone can steal your passwords and logins for any website you visit. That includes Facebook, Gmail, PayPal, Amazon – literally anything that requires a login.
But by connecting to a VPN all of your data becomes encrypted and hidden from the prying eyes of strangers.
How does it do this?
Well, it encrypts all of your internet activity and channels it through private VPN servers that are 100% secure.
You can also use a VPN to trick the connection into thinking that you’re in a different part of the world entirely. You could be sat in New York but appear to be in Tokyo when browsing.
That feature also carries on into different uses, too. You can use it to dodge geo-restrictions – such as YouTube Videos or On Demand Streaming – to allow yourself access to services from other countries.
I have friends who live outside of PayPal regions that use a VPN to make payments through Australia or America.
I can’t stress enough how important it is to always use a VPN when connecting to any public or free WiFi source.
The best VPN in my opinion is . I have tried many different VPN providers over the years and IPVanish is hands down the best VPN for a number of reasons.
Not only is it quick and easy to setup, but it’s also amazingly fast and doesn’t slow down your connection at all unlike many VPN providers I have tried.
It is also comes with clients for all of your devices including Windows, Mac OSX, Android & iOS so you can secure everything easily.
I’ve recommended it in different articles in the past, and now I’m going to strongly urge that, if you have a choice between IPVanish and another VPN, you choose IPVanish.
They market themselves as the fastest VPN on the planet and in my experience I’ve found that to be true. While there may be an occasional lapse in speed, there is rarely anything worth noting.
You will also receive access to over 40,000 different IPs on over 700 servers in over 60 countries. That is, by far, the best VPN access you are going to find.
To put that into perspective, if you were to use a new IP address every day for the rest of your life, you’d have to survive for the next 109 years to use them all.
As an SEO I’ve found this access to so many services truly invaluable. I’ve been able to create local listings on almost a street-level, by targeting with precision through these servers.
It’s also opened up revenue stream in lots of different countries, by being able to efficiently build niche affiliate sites that rank in countries I’ve never even been to.
All by being able to see the true search experience of search and adjust accordingly.
But one of my favorite features which is unique to , is that they help you block:
For me, IPVanish is the most flexible platform for everyone including marketers with the most benefits to your end result, while providing next level security protection.
You can get access to IPVanish .
The best free VPN service is because they give you 500MB of secure encrypted data to use each month without any location restrictions.
It works a little bit like a mobile data plan and once you use up your 500MB of data they cut you loose.
But if you tweet the TunnelBear team they’ll raise that to a 1GB of data per month for free. So, you can get a good few hours of VPN coverage each and every month.
And even with the free version you can access their servers in:
BUT… you should be aware that your internet connection will be considerably slower when using the free VPN service.
So while it is fine for general web browsing, it isn’t much good for anything else.
Tunnel Bear is mostly for the protection of your data and so that you can take advantage of some of the fun stuff you can do with a VPN (which you’ll read more on later on).
Also you don’t get any way near as many server locations to choose from as you do with IPVanish.
That stays true even if you upgrade to their Premium version, too.
If you’re just looking for casual protection serving the net, or just want to use it for when you access your bank details in a coffee shop, then 1GB should be more than enough.
But, I wouldn’t use it to stream because it’ll run out after around 10 minutes.
However because free VPNs do restrict your access, I’d recommend that you don’t use them.
For example, my first experience with a free VPN was . After a week-long free trial of premium I was only able to access servers in a handful of locations:
Which is great if you just want the security benefit of hiding your IP address for a short period of time. But, I don’t need to find local search results, or test geolocations, from Hong Kong or Romania, so the free version is a little lost on me.
So, I’d strongly recommend that you don’t use a free VPN.
They are never a replacement for a paid VPN and for the small cost per month, the level of protection you can’t really put a price on.
As someone that uses a lot of public WiFi, a paid VPN like has been a highly valuable tool at the core of my work.
But I also see it in the same light as having a seatbelt in my car or wearing a helmet on a motorbike. It’s an essential you can’t quite do without.
Whichever you decide to use, let’s look at how you can get it set up…
VPN’s are available on most operating systems and smartphones, but for the purposes of this tutorial I’m going to focus on the setup for Windows.
You’ll find that the setup process for all Operating Systems is similar and will only require a few minor tweaks depending on what you’re using.
We’ll also be following the process for setting up as a VPN because I’ve done it so many times for other people I’m really familiar with the system.
But, again, you’ll find the process quite similar regardless of your provider.
As I said earlier, I highly recommend IPVanish for this. It’s the tool I personally use for all of my VPN needs.
But if you already have a tool in mind, go ahead and find the download page for that.
That’ll prompt you download and install a .exe file so you can run the VPN software from your desktop. Alternatively, if you’ve downloaded a browser-only VPN, it’ll add to your extensions.
When prompted be sure to make sure the VPN has permissions to make changes to your computer. This is what will allow you to mask or change your location and IP address.
Remember this is a security focused program, so don’t be worried about letting it have access.
Once downloaded the program should load on its own. And will probably do so every time you start your computer from here on out (unless you set it to do otherwise).
In the first tab, the Dashboard tab, It’ll show you all the details about your current VPN connection (if you are connected)-
In the next tab you’re going to find a list of all the available servers through IPVanish.
They can be ranked in different orders such as Ping time and the order they were used last.
If you don’t touch them, they’ll be ranked in order of distance from your location.
You can also select which location you would like to connect to via a zoomable map-
In the fourth tab, Settings, you can access all of the settings for your IPVanish tool.
You can take a look here and see if there are any changes you want to make. But, should you need to change any settings I’ll let you know throughout this article.
Okay, once you’ve taken a tour of the tool, it’s time to make your IP vanish. (See what I did there?).
Now is time to get connected! This is really simple.
Just press the grey ‘Off’ button in the top right corner or the green ‘Connect’ button in the bottom right corner and you’ll be connected instantly-
And that is all there is to it!
Your internet connection is now encrypted, secure and protected against hackers or people trying to hijack your passwords.
What I really love about the IPVanish tool is that you can choose from so many different servers, locally and internationally.
For example, if you’re based in New York, but you want to help an SEO client boost their local listings in Chicago, you can head to a Chicago server and see what’s happening there.
Just double click on any of the servers to be connected instantly!
Once you have your VPN up and running, you can use it for some really cool different things, too.
If you want to catch up on your favourite TV, get cheaper plane tickets and hack YouTube, then you’re going to want to pay attention to this section.
If you enjoy watching your favorite TV shows online, you’ll often find that they’re geo-blocked.
For example, if you were to try and watch BBC iPlayer outside of the UK, you’d see this message:
But when you swap your IP Address to show from a UK server, you’ll be able to access all of their programming:
This works if you want to watch TV from other countries, too. You can access programs from anywhere in the world as long as your provider has a server there.
Meaning if you want to get ahead on an American TV show that hasn’t come out where you are yet, you can pretend you’re in the States while you watch it.
However you will find that most free VPN providers throttle video playback and you may experience a lot of buffering, that’s why I use to avoid all of those problems.
Did you know that airfare is often cheaper if you book it from a different country?
Not just because of a currency exchange either (although that helps). It’s been found that airlines will make their fares cheaper in their home country.
For example, , they were able to save anywhere between a few dollars to a few hundred dollars.
It makes sense that AirFrance would promote their cheapest fares in France. Swissair in Switzerland. And British Airways in Britain.
Leverage this the next time you’re looking for a long-haul trip.
Language Learning can be hard when you’re not surrounded by the language each and every day.
But, you can do a virtual immersion by tunneling through a country that speaks the language.
Let’s say you’re learning German. By setting your VPN to Germany, Switzerland or Austria, you’ll be able to see German Language results through search engines. (For some you may need to swap your settings).
This’ll also give you access to other language perks, like YouTube. If you go on there and look at the Trending section you’ll find all the top videos in the language:
So you can be sure you’re getting every exposure to the language without any additional effort.
No excuses to not practice now, eh?
Spotify has been part of my everyday life for a while. But it’s not available in every country, which sucks when you’re traveling.
Having a VPN can allow you to jump back to a country where it is available and access all of your favourite tracks.
Alternatively, if it’s not allowed in your country, you can use a VPN to gain access to a country where it is available.
YouTube has become pretty crafty in recent years. Instead of showing you a video and then telling you it isn’t available in your country, the results just no longer show up.
I discovered this once when I was desperately searching for a video to show a friend while I was abroad. And, it was only when I returned home that I found it to show to them again.
For example, if I search for BBC through YouTube on my local servers, I get this result that doesn’t show too much:
But if I search for it through an English VPN server, I’m able to see many more results and the geo-blocked videos become available to watch:
If you’re really looking for something that is specific to a country – or that you know is only allowed in that country – set up your VPN to bypass it and take you to where you (virtually) need to be.
The biggest benefit of having a VPN as a digital marketer is that you’re able to mask your location.
If you’re an experienced marketer, your head might already by bubbling with ideas about what you can do once you have this ability.
But if you’re new to the marketing game, you might not be so sure. If that’s you, don’t worry, because we’re going to go through what that means right now.
We’re going to look at this from two different perspectives:
I’d suggest you read both sections because the two aren’t completely exclusive. But, if you’re in a rush, jump to the section that fits you best.
No two users have the same search experience.
While there are similarities, there will always be exceptions and differences that are tailored to whoever is searching.
And these differences are intensified the further from your location you go.
Even if you search for the exact same keyword, you’ll often find a completely different set of results. For example, if I route my VPN through London and search for plumbers I get this result:
And if I then route it through a server in Canada, I get this result:
This creates a problem if you are, for example, a London based SEO agency working with a client in Toronto that wants to improve their local SEO rankings. Why?
Well this difference in rankings makes it hard for you to track the local listings effectively. Because, even if you were to search through Google.ca you’d never see an accurate result.
A VPN is the magic bullet to solve this problem.
Your VPN tells the search engine that you are, in fact, in that location and are making the same searches a local person would.
It’s like being an Undercover Cop, only with less risk of death or going Donnie Brasco.
You can then forge a better educated and more effective SEO campaign based on more accurate data.
And, you can see local paid advertising listings, too. If your client asks for some help on the paid advertising side of their business, you can again, use a VPN to assess the situation and make educated decisions related to ad copy and targeting.
Okay, that’s a VPN from the perspective on an SEO, now let’s look at how Affiliate Marketers can best make use of it.
Being active in affiliate markets around the world can really help to boost your income. And, it’s not often something you think about.
If you take a look below, you’ll see that there are some big international affiliate markets outside of the USA:
Having a VPN can allow you to tap into income streams, and find offers, that would usually be hidden from you.
For example by using a VPN, Colin Klinkert, the owner of , has been able to create niche sites in France and rank them with ease, without being fluent French.
He was able to target people and create an income stream from an otherwise closed-off market.
And you can benefit from the same tactics.
Using the tips from the SEO section above, as well as being able to:
Because VPNs cause ‘local’ creatives to trigger, you’re now also able to work out which marketing angles you should use for this international audience.
Different nationalities tend to respond to different styles of marketing. The approach that works in one country, won’t necessarily work in another – even if the offer is virtually similar. So you can also ‘hack’ copywriting in that respect.
Using a VPN you can see the creatives shown to the local audience, and then easily break down what approaches you need to take, so that your creatives resonate with the audience you’re going after.
VPNs also help you deal with the challenges associated with reviewing international landing page offers. It may be the case that your affiliate network provides you with the ability to run international offers.
However, the actual company behind the offer might only want traffic from specific locations to see that landing page– and so they may automatically redirect people trying to view the landing page from the ‘wrong’ location.
Odds are, you want to see a landing page before sending traffic to it – even if there is data suggesting that the page is producing great results. But with the redirect being active, it’s hard to do this.
If you have access to a VPN, you can mask your location and view the landing page as if you belong to the target audience.
Now you can check out the landing page, and see if it’s any good.
On a slightly unrelated note, it’s also worth noting that a VPN can help you manage multiple accounts more easily too.
If you find that is easier to manage your affiliate marketing efforts, with the help of multiple accounts, then you can essentially use a VPN to help you with this. It helps you do this by masking your I.P.
For example, you can sign up to all of with a VPN.
If I try to access from my current location then I just get redirected to a blank white screen-
But if I enable the VPN and connect to a UK server I see this-
That’s the nuts and bolts of how you can use the tool for Marketing.
If you’re working while traveling, say in a cafe or airport, there is a possibility of a hacker being nearby.
They can easily gain access to sensitive information – think bank details, client accounts, and sensitive documents – through those public networks.
The encryption (you can see a diagram of how that works below) keeps it safe.
But it also helps if you’re active in the Marketing (or any) community. If you’re commenting on forums, or something similar, people may be able to track your other online activities using your I.P. address.
Using that information, they might be able to negatively impact your campaigns.
With a VPN, however, people can only really identify server locations, and not your actual IP address, making it easier to hide your footprints.
It is also worth mentioning that a VPN will help protect you from getting banned if you’re frequently visiting particular websites.
That’s because security systems can sometimes ban your IP if you’re sending too many server requests – with a VPN you’re less likely to trigger such an event.
This makes it easier to conduct research activity, without raising any ‘red flags’ that could damage your ability to run campaigns.
Hopefully, by now you’ve got a clear idea of how a VPN can help you be safer on the internet and give you brilliant SEO and Affiliate benefits.
But, just to be sure, here’s a quick recap of everything that we covered…
Now, over to you!
How do you use a VPN to make yourself safer online?
Have you discovered any fun stuff you can do with it?
Let me know in the comments…
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Making money online can be hard work.
But today I am going to share one readers success with you.
Not long ago they read one of my tutorials and took action.
Now they have built a highly profitable business on Fiverr.
So today they are going to show you exactly how they did it, so that you can achieve the same!
All you have to do is follow the steps below-
With that said, I am going to hand the writing reigns over to to share his strategy-
Several months ago I found this post on MatthewWoodward.co.uk ““.
At that point, I was just learning about freelancing trying out sites like Odesk, Freelancer, Elance.
I was getting very frustrated because getting a job was extremely difficult.
A typical scenario went like this, you find a job listing, usually there are 10 skill requirements and the pay is less than what you could get at McDonalds.
You try to apply to that crappy job, but your chances of getting hired are slim because you don’t have reviews.
When I read the tutorial about it immediately clicked with me.
I knew that it is crucial to get reviews if you want to get a chance of getting orders and it was all covered in there.
I have used the tutorial as my roadmap for my freelancing journey and so far it is responsible for making me a modest $1,128.00
Yes, it’s nothing much and I would probably have earned so much more, if not some of the roadblocks that I hit, which I will cover later in this post.
The potential is there and it didn’t take me long to start receiving more orders than I can handle, but let’s start from the beginning.
Once I read about I started implementing, here’s how it all went and here’s what I learned.
The first thing for any freelancer, either you are looking for jobs on Fiverr or not, is to pick a service that you can offer.
The service has to have a huge demand and you need to have the skills/tools to deliver it.
Here’s a short list of in-demand services that you can start :
And there’s many more.
A good rule of thumb, if there’s a category on Fiverr, then there’s likely to be a demand for that skill. From this list you should find at least one service that you could offer.
If you don’t have an in-demand skill then spend several months developing a skill that you are interested in.
These days there are so much free information on the web that makes learning a new skill extremely easy. You could learn your new skill within a few hours easily.
I won’t tell you what skill to develop, that’s up to you. It’s important that you would at least mildly enjoy doing it because you will need to start doing it daily.
Even though I had no idea how to do it, I chose video creation, just like in , to be more specific whiteboard animation.
I purchased , learned how to use it and got started.
Once you have a skill that you are happy to offer as a service, you then need to . It’s by far the easiest step.
Start out by searching for 5-7 top sellers, who are offering the services you want to offer.
You might be amazed, but even some top sellers have pretty mediocre gig descriptions and titles, but they are still doing very well so don’t overthink this.
You want to pick the parts that you like from each of your competitors gigs and craft your own Fiverr gig, but don’t copy it word for word.
The title doesn’t need to be fancy, just tell them what you offer as clearly as possible.
If you plan to deliver your service within 24 hours it’s a good idea to mention it and I highly recommend that you offer 24 hour delivery.
This is pretty straight forward, find the category that best fits your gig.
You need to upload an image that’s 550 pixels wide and 370 pixels height. I wouldn’t put too much effort into it because once you upload the gig video the image becomes irrelevant.
The video will be the main thing that people will pay attention to and it will also be your thumbnail.
Still, if you offer design services it’s a good place to showcase your work.
I have seen gigs that have a couple lines of text and do pretty well, but I believe it’s better to write an elaborate description.
State what are you offering, why should they order from you and write down your rates.
Looking at some other well performing gigs for inspirations is a good idea.
You might also integrate some of these to help you stand out from the crowd.
You can have 5 tags in total. They are important for ranking your gigs in the search results.
You want to look at the same top gigs in your niche, scroll down to the bottom and check what tags they are using.
Copy the most relevant ones.
You want to set the delivery time to 24 hours, it’s very important because that’s a huge factor for attracting clients.
If you aren’t able to deliver the gig in exactly 24 hours there’s a little bit of flexibility, a buyer can only cancel an order after 3 days once it’s late.
So, in a sense you have 4 days to deliver an order.
Sure, the faster the better, but if you see that you won’t be able to make it just let the buyer know. The worst thing you can do is ignore him.
Communication is key, it can help avoid negative reviews and many clients will come back with repeat orders if you treat them with respect.
Set up the details for the delivery. It’s nothing special just let the buyer know what you need from him to deliver your service.
For example, to create a video I need a whole script or at least a general idea from the buyer.
If you’re selling articles you need a topic, if you are designing logos you need some guidelines etc.
According to Fiverr, gigs with a video preview get 220% more orders.
So it would be silly not to have one, especially if you are choosing to sell videos.
I recommend taking your phone and shooting the video yourself, or create a short presentation and do a screen capture video.
What to remember when recording the video:
If you cringe just thinking about the idea of shooting a video, then by all means hire someone on to do it for you.
It’s a small investment but it will have a big return.
Setting up the whole Gig shouldn’t take you more than an hour.
As I already said this is the easiest step, it sure is important to have a good gig page, but it’s not enough to start getting orders.
Without reviews, you can promise people the sky and they still won’t buy from you.
There’s a huge paradox on Fiverr. You can’t get sales without reviews and you can’t get reviews without sales. Just like with jobs and experience.
In this by Eze John, it is advised to create dummy Fiverr accounts to buy your own gigs and send some traffic to promote your gig.
To me, that sounds pretty extreme and very black hat.
To get the ball rolling, I thought of a different strategy. I contacted some friends and asked them to buy my Fiverr gig and I was giving them their money back.
This is a great way to get the ball rolling and you can start getting positive reviews instantly.
But I got tired of explaining to my friends what I’m up to, so I looked for a different way.
I searched for people who already know about Fiverr and have the same problem as I do.
I found a topic on the , where people are exchanging reviews.
Or you can use to exchange reviews with other sellers.
How do the exchanges work? Well, there are two types of them. The direct exchange is when you find one person and you buy his gig and he buys yours.
A three-way exchange is when you find two people and person A buys from person B, person B from person C and person C from person A.
The direct exchange is considered risky though I didn’t have any problems using it. Still, the three-way exchange is becoming the standard.
Another legit way to spread the word about your gig and get those first crucial reviews that increase your gig rankings are Buyer Requests.
Buyers who don’t find a gig that would suit their needs or are just too lazy to search sometimes create a buyers request, where they say what they want to be done.
If your gig fits the description and you think you can do the task, then you send in your gig.
For extra chances of getting the job, I would also recommend writing a private message telling them that you would be willing to do it at a discounted price.
It’s up to you what road do you want to take.
Whatever you choose as long as you’re getting reviews you are golden.
After getting my 8 reviews, I started seeing some action. Slowly I started getting a sale once a week.
Depending on the competition in your area, it might take more reviews than that but keep on grinding until you start getting organic sales.
That one sale a week turned into two sales a week, then three and at one point I got seven sales in a day.
I reached a breakthrough, all I needed was to continue working, but then I made a mistake that set me back to square one…
I was over booked, I was getting an average of 3 orders per day, tons of messages asking me about my services.
It was clear that it’s time to raise my prices because I couldn’t keep up anymore.
This all happened before Christmas, I thought I will take two weeks off and after that I will raise my prices.
Those two weeks, turned into three, because I had some health issues. After I went back I ramped up my rates and increased delivery time to five days.
The result, I stopped getting orders. Only my previous clients were ordering, I hoped that it will help me to slowly get back on track.
At that point I was very close to reaching Level 2 Seller rank on Fiverr. I have heard stories that once you reach Level 2 the revenue increases.
So I waited until I finally got it, but sadly I didn’t start getting more orders.
I started looking for some answers and lucky enough I got in contact with Eze John, the author of .
He pointed out that my problem is that I increased my delivery time. That’s all.
I should have left it to 24 hours instead of 5 days. So, right now because of that mistake I’m not getting many orders, I’m waiting for my gig to get picked up again.
So what is the right way to act when you are getting too many orders?
If you are already a level 1 seller, I recommend starting out by adding some extras.
For example, in the beginning, I synchronized videos with voice overs for free. Now, it’s a $5 extra.
I would go about introducing these gig extras one by one and see what effect it has on the amount of orders you are getting.
Once you have the gig extras and still too many orders, then you start raising your prices.
For example I was charging $5 for a 3-minute video.
Now I charge $5 for a 1-minute video.
If you write content, then you go from 1000 words for $5 to 800 words for $5.
Obviously, for every service the process will be a bit different, but don’t make the mistake like I did to immediately jump to the rates you would like to be getting.
Increase your prices very gradually and soon you will reach the level where you start getting paid the big bucks.
Remember to not increase the delivery time!
is quite unpredictable with how much work it’s going to send you.
As a freelancer you don’t want that, you want a stable stream of new clients and a predictable income.
So, focusing on long-term clients is a good idea.
Honestly, I would recommend looking for ways to get in touch with your clients off Fiverr, even though Fiverr is highly against it.
Think of Fiverr as a lead generation machine for your freelancing business.
Funnelling customers from Fiverr to your personal email will help you to build a much more stable and reliable freelancing career, where a single negative review or ranking fluctuation won’t leave you without any income.
The funnelling can be done by adding social media profiles to your Fiverr account or adding a link to your website (you can create this using ) in the portfolio section and asking people to go there to find your contact details.
With time you will build up a client base that will provide you with more work than Fiverr does.
is a powerful system, even though the name can sound like there’s a limited earning potential, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
There are more and more serious freelancers choosing to start their career on Fiverr.
If you subscribe to the Fiverr newsletter, you will find that a ton of people start out with Fiverr success stories and end up opening businesses later on.
So the potential is there, you just need to take advantage of the platform.
As with anything, it takes time to get started but it’s completely worth it.
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Imagine if you had to use your old high school photo for your business headshot.
Remember that perm you spent hours teasing? Your super-big hair would be showcased on your LinkedIn profile.
That cool mullet you sported, paired with your Metallica t-shirt? Yup. That’s what readers would see when they clicked over to your “about” page.
Although we’d never throw an old picture of […]
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