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My 2016 Annual Review

Every year, I conduct my Annual Review and share it publicly.

I find it helpful for me to reflect on my successes and failures of the previous 12 months, but also I hope you can learn something or be inspired reading my reviews as well.

This annual review is more detailed than my previous ones as I’ll look back at what happened in the 9 most important areas of my life last year by answering the following 3 questions:

  1. What went well this year?
  2. What didn't go so well this year?
  3. What am I working toward?

Let's get into the details...

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Work With Me: Seeking Rockstar Content Marketing Apprentice [Position Filled]

My first job ad on the blog was really successful so I wanted to do it again. This time, I'm looking for someone to join the Cloud Living team full-time.

Specifically, I'm looking for a content marketing apprentice to help manage the overall content strategy from top to bottom of the funnels and grow the Cloud Living brand to the next level.

Here's a quick summary of this job:

  • Learn content marketing from the best. You'll be given access to world class training from Digital Marketer HQ
  • Full time position 35-40 hours per week.
  • Work remotely from anywhere - no office.
  • Must be currently based in Southeast Asia. No longer required.
  • 6-month apprenticeship with opportunity for extension.
  • Would need to be your main focus as opposed to one of many side projects
  • Salary starting at $1000 for 1st month and increases by $200 every month for the next 5 months. You'll be earning $2,000 at month 6.​

Interested? Read On To Learn More About This Position and Apply! Position Filled.

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3 Google Keyword Planner Alternatives for Keyword Research (Plus One Trick to Get Search Volume Data Again)

Getting annoyed by Google’s recent decision to stop showing the exact search volume data in Keyword Planner for low-spending Adwords advertisers?

Or put it in another way:

Google has just stopped 95% of SEOs (who never spent a dime on Adwords) from accessing their valuable search volume data for free with this recent change.

Sad news? Yes.

But here’s the truth:

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