Investing in Episodic Content

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Investing in Episodic Content

As content creators and knowledge experts, I’m a firm believer in building a media business as the larger strategy.

Rand Fishkin, Founder of Sparktoro, shares how investing in episodic content is a great long-term strategy.

Think about how iconic episodic content such as Seinfeld and Friends is still making money for its creators years after the shows ended.

Wordle Sells to NYT

You’ve probably seen the above blocks all over the social media lately. It’s from a game called Wordle, created by Josh Wardle.

The game grew and went viral over the past year and now has resulted in a big payday for Wardle as the New York Times has agreed to buy the game.

Mastering TikTok Ads

If you’re delving into TikTok Ads, you’ll need to master this.

Authors: 20 Ways to Make Money With Your Book

Unless you’re J.K. Rowling, most authors don’t make a lot of money solely from their book sales. Books are a great way to build a knowledge business if you know how to leverage a book.

Here’s 20 ways to make money with your book.

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