Well, this is it. Today is day 30 of my 30 day, daily blog challenge to myself. As I write this I’m somewhere over the Nevada desert en route to Las Vegas, for a trip I take a trip with friends every year. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember my daily vlog experiment […]
How to Build a Lifestyle Business (You Can Run From Anywhere on Earth)
Here are Location Rebel, the crux of what we do is help you learn how to build a lifestyle business you can run from anywhere on Earth.
For many of you, this may be the comfort of your dining room table. Or perhaps, at times, it may be from someplace far more exotic.
The posts in our Build a Business category are geared towards helping you do just that.
They cover everything from freelance businesses, blogging, membership sites, niche sites, affiliate marketing and more.
You can find all of our posts about building a business below, but if you're looking for a quick start, here are some recommended starting points:
- Affiliate Marketing: How to Start Affiliate Marketing on Your Blog
- Niche Sites: How to Build a Niche Site that Brings in $500/Month
- Blogging: 56 Reasons to Start a Blog
- Freelance Writing: How to Become a Writer
- Freelance SEO: How to Become an SEO Freelancer in 48 Hours
- Membership Sites: How to Build a Membership Site in 48 Hours
A few things you should know about me: I hate letting people down. I’m a people pleaser. I take criticism very personally. Even after close to a decade online, I can get 100 gushing emails about how great Location Rebel is, but one negative one, throws me off and I analyze it and take it […]
This SEMrush review is based on our personal experience with the service and using it for more than nine months. Learn more about SEMrush and sign up for a free seven-day trial here. Like millions of other websites that have been around for a long period of time, here at Location Rebel we had a […]
9 years. That’s how long I’ve been running my own online businesses, and while the online landscape is completely different now than it was back when I started in 2009, there’s one thing that remains the same: There is no one right way to build an online business. Every single one is different. Even businesses in the […]
Last year I started a golf community called The Eighty Club. The idea was it would be a place for likeminded golfers to be able to network, share their home courses with each other, and create a global community that prioritizes camaraderie and love of the game over anything else. One of the promises of […]
Three weeks down, one week to go. Today marks my 23rd day of daily blogging, and it’s been an interesting experience. So far it’s fair to say it’s pretty much gone exactly how I expected it would. The first week there was a lot of new found interest and engagement. People were leaving comments, traffic […]
No, not like that, get your mind out of the gutter. For the last couple of years, I’ve found myself stuck in the same box with Location Rebel. It’s completely contradictory to where I was when I started growing the site what feels like eons ago. Back in the day, I wrote about a lot […]
I’ve been helping people build online businesses for a long time now. And in doing that you begin to pay attention to patterns. One of the most prevalent has to do with the people who succeed vs those who don’t – and more specifically, when the ones who don’t succeed give up. When people join Location Rebel […]
Last week I received an email, not unlike hundreds that I’ve received before it. It was from someone I’d never met, that swore their new marketing strategy was going to completely revolutionize my business. More traffic! More leads! More sales! And who knows, maybe it would have led to all of those things. But unfortunately for him, […]
When I started Location Rebel, I was all over the place. I wrote about the most random stuff imaginable. For you OG subscribers you might remember my infamous “happy hour of the week” where I did a weekly review of a Portland happy hour. I wrote about my cluelessness, quarter life crisis, and pretty much whatever […]