Paul Jarvis shows people how to kick ass at the intersection of creativity and commerce since 1999. As a trend-buster and business strategist, Paul has collaborated with some awesome people and companies, including Danielle LaPorte and Marie Forleo, and his writing reaches over 50,000 people every month.
He’s also becoming well known for his articles and posts about creativity. His viewpoints will challenge many existing beliefs about blogging. I have fallen in love with his work while researching this post. His philosophy very much aligns with my own and I think he brings more humanity to the blogosphere.
- Not everything needs to be paid back in full This is one of my favourite posts on networking, ever. Jarvis talks about the sense of entitlement that comes across when some bloggers seek favours. People take networking advice to the extreme and as a result, influencers are less likely to respond.
- How To Create A Self-Paced Email Course
- How to create & sell an online course in WordPress: a step-by-step guide
- Workshop to course
- Behind the scenes of a timed online course launch
- Everything you wanted to know about creating a $100k online course
- Everything you wanted to know about creating a $300k+ online course
- Freelancing and Product Creation: Paul Jarvis on Creating Meaningful Side Projects
- How to be rich like me
- My 7-day cycle for generating content that gets read & shared by 30,000+ people/week
- Behind the scenes of The Sunday Dispatches
- Double your list revenue
- How to make money from your mailing list
- Dear FNAME, newsletter personalization isn’t what you think it is
- On Entrepreneurship, Creativity, Social Media and Becoming a Better Marketer – Paul Jarvis [SSM047]
- The Power of the Company of One, with Paul Jarvis
- Paul Jarvis: Not Everything Needs To Be Monetized
Company Of One
Everything I Know (Canceled)
Everything I Know is a new book by Paul Jarvis about navigating the wicked & often scary world of working for yourself.
Paul Jarvis was also able to use Twitter cards to create a signup form as part of a tweet. You can see the result here. He said it was easy to set up. “google twitter cards. then google mailchimp integration with twitter cards. took about 5 mins total ”