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How to Create an Action Plan and Achieve Your Personal Goals

by koku_jin
There’s no denying that goals are necessary. After all, they give life meaning and purpose. But goals don’t simply achieve themselves — you need an action plan to help you reach your goals. With an action plan, you’ll have a clear idea of how to get where you want to go, what it will take to get there, and how you’ll find the motivation to keep driving forward. Without a plan to stick to, it’s too easy to waver and get distracted. It’s why many people fail to keep their New Year’s resolutions or launch a much-wanted side hustle. Without […]

How to Promote Your Website: 23 Ways to Earn Free Traffic

by koku_jin
Early in your online business, the most pressing need is traffic to your website. Fortunately, you can be proactive — you don’t have to sit around and hope that Google ranks you at the top of the search results. Whether you are trying to sell your first digital product or promote your first affiliate program, targeted website visitors are essential to your success. This article discusses 23 ways for you to promote your site for free (although some have paid options). The only cost to you is your time, and the upside is more visitors to your website. Here’s your […]

Apple puts accessibility features front and center

by koku_jin
Although the meat of Apple’s accessibility news from WWDC has been covered, there still are other items announced that have relevancy to accessibility as well. Here, then, are some thoughts on Apple’s less-headlining announcements that I believe are most interesting from a disability point of view. Accessibility goes above the fold One of the tidbits I reported during the week was that Apple moved the Accessibility menu (on iOS 13 and iPadOS) to the top level of the Settings hierarchy. Instead of drilling down to Settings > General > Accessibility, the accessibility settings are now a “top level domain,” in […]