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​Ryan Nelson is a NYC-based Industrial-Organizational Psychologist and a full-stack online marketer. He created NicheFacts.com to help people discover and build profitable, content-focused online businesses.

Grum Review: Instagram Auto-Posting From PC [2018]

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Back during Black Friday I decided to purchase Grum, a desktop Instagram scheduling tool, for $39 lifetime access. (Click here to check out their current pricing.)What Is Grum.co?In a nutshell, this third-party Instagram tool lets you upload images, add your captions, and schedule the content to be posted at a future date all from your PC […]

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ShareASale Review: How To Use It In [2019]

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Today I’m going to dive into one of the most popular affiliate networks in the online marketing world- ShareASale. I’m going to show you how I use the ShareASale network interface, outline how to make money using ShareASale, and rank their top 10 affiliate programs.   (Click here to visit ShareASale and then click on Affiliate Sign […]

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How To Play Candy Crush For A Living

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If you grew up obsessed with playing video games, you probably entertained fantasies of doing it professionally.Maybe you dreamt of becoming a professional video game tester? Maybe a developer, an e-sports superstar or even YouTube gamer? Most likely you never did any of those things and you’re currently sitting in a cubicle day-dreaming how you can […]

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Growth-Hacking Facebook Groups

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In this post I’m going to track my progress promoting my content using Facebook Groups.  The idea behind this strategy is to join Facebook Groups and promote NicheFacts.com content. The way this works: Find Facebook Groups relevant to your nicheJoin or apply to join (if they’re private)Post in the Group promoting your content in a non-spammy way1. Finding […]

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Logo Design For Tightwads With No Design Skills

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I have a troubled history with logo design. On the one hand, I’ve always respected the value of a gorgeous logo. On the other, I’ve refused to spend money to get one ‘professionally’ designed.  This meant many late nights in PowerPoint designing grainy logos that looked like bad clip art. But I’ve had a revelation that I want […]

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Shared Hosting: A Data-Backed Performance Comparison

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In this post, I’m going to help you make an educated decision about selecting a hosting provider using actual third-party performance data. This won’t be a long-winded analysis about auto-scaling and RAM usage. I’m not a hosting geek- but I know enough to be dangerous. I’d like to help you make a quick and data-backed decision about […]

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