Started from a Basement, Now She’s Here

Sarah Rosin General

Like most of Emily Lark’s business decisions, her foray into entrepreneurship started with service and teaching in mind. Having previously spent years working as a fitness and yoga instructor, she wanted to reach more people in the community by making yoga affordable—so she started her first yoga studio in a church basement. Now, it’s not just through yoga and fitness …

How to Stay Healthy (and Happy) While Working Remotely

Sarah Rosin General

If you’ve joined the legion of employees who have been told to work remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak, you may be having to make some adjustments to your day-to-day living. Working from home can bring plenty of pleasant perks to your life, but it can also be hard to restructure your schedule—especially if you share a home with family, …

How to Prepare Your Business for Coronavirus

Sarah Rosin General

If you’re reading this, you’re most likely aware of the very real global health crisis that has a lot of people asking a lot of questions—primarily questions like, “How will this impact me?” In addition to concerns regarding looming mortality, the public is scrambling to stock their homes to stay indoors for the foreseeable future if this virus gets as …

We Changed Our Refund Policy

Sarah Rosin General

The phrase “business day” is pretty far-reaching in business lingo. Which means that all of us have spent more minutes than we should trying to determine shipping, reply, or refund time based on counting weekdays, excluding weekends, and whether or not Groundhog Day is a federal holiday. (It’s not, by the way.)  Well, here at ClickBank we want to do …

Self-Care for the Affiliate Marketer

Sarah Rosin General

This article was originally published in FeedFront Issue 49. Putting your success first means prioritizing yourself first. For affiliate marketers and entrepreneurs, it can feel like the only way to succeed is through unrelenting hustle. From best-selling authors claiming they know the secret to fitting three years worth of work into 30 minutes, to the barrage of blogs promoting “life …

How to Make Engaging Visual Content With a Small Team

Sarah Rosin General

You may have noticed an uptick in high-quality and actually enjoyable video content across your social media feed, for everything from essential oils to artisan goat milk soap. This increase, while probably time consuming for scrollers, is expected. Marketing experts have been saying for years that the way to Google’s heart is through sexy video content. No, not that type …

Offering a Free Trial That Doesn’t Feel Like a Scam

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Get your customers to trust you & give you a try.  There has never not been a time when free stuff wasn’t enticing. “Getting something for nothing” is a well-known saying because the sentiment has existed for so long. Businesses of all sizes are aware of this and can leverage this knowledge to entice potential customers to show interest. But …

How to Create a Return Policy That Doesn’t Suck

Sarah Rosin General

Putting the “fun” back in “refunds.” No matter how great your brand is, without fail, someone, somewhere, is going to be unsatisfied with their purchase for a myriad of reasons. This was an irksome reality before the internet, and now that online shopping reigns supreme, it’s even more so. Managing customer returns and return policies must be done diligently, and …

A Mobile Past, Present, and Future

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Looking Back at the Innovation that Changed the World   Back in 2014, Forbes published an article titled Mobile Is The Future of Everything. In it, Josh Steimle, Forbes contributor and founder of MWI—an international digital marketing agency, got really excited about all of the mobile content changes that Spotify announced in December of 2013. Now, in 2020, it’s easy to …