#004: How To Set Up Your Online Empire In 7 Days [Podcast]



This Week’s Tip(s)

Spiritual Foundations

The gift of trusting God is received in the practice of thanksgiving.

“Oh, give thanks to the Lord of lords!
For His mercy endures forever:
To Him who alone does great wonders,
For His mercy endures forever;
To Him who by wisdom made the heavens,
For His mercy endures forever;”

Psalm 136

Feature Story: Set Up Your Online Empire In 7 Days

  1. Know your Money Keywords
  2. Decide your Strategic Positioning
  3. Get a domain
  4. Get hosting
  5. Set up WordPress
  6. Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, G+, Pinterest, LinkedIn
  7. Content Creation
  8. Traffic: social media, content publishing, links, guest posts
  9. The “secret” strategy
  10. Platform


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5 thoughts on “#004: How To Set Up Your Online Empire In 7 Days [Podcast]

  1. Great tip about the Downcast app. Installed it, love it!!!!!!!!!! The speed adjustment lets me listen quicker and save time.
    I am finding some of my favorites to listen to also…
    Andy Andrews podcast is great!
    A W Tozer is a spiritual powerhouse from a bygone day!
    And my list would not be complete without Ray Edwards. 🙂
    This makes it much easier to organize and listen to podcasts.
    Looking forward to many more hours of great instruction and contemplation.

  2. Hello Ray. Great episode, loaded with great insights, tips and ideas.
    I enjoyed you mention and reference to giving thanks and showing
    and receiving “gratitude”.

  3. Great podcast Ray!  You have a great way of distilling complicated things into simple steps – thank you. One question, Pinterest almost seems out of place with the other 4 established social media networks – why does a new site like Pinterest make it into the top 5?  Thanks.