As we all know, WordPress was initially conceived as a blogging platform, allowing users to easily share thoughts and ideas on the web. Although it has evolved into a very extendable CMS with vast capabilities which developers now use to create some of the most highly visited sites in the world, many WordPress users are still utilizing the platform to deliver valuable, actionable content. You Are an Expert in Something…Why Not Profit From It? In Tim Ferriss’s best-selling book, The Four Hour Work Week, he discusses many aspects of creating a business based on passive income which affords time and location independence. And one of the points he really drives home is this: whether you’ve realized it or not you are an expert in something, with valuable knowledge which can be shared. And there’s a good chance that there are people out there who would be willing to pay you for your knowledge. Many of you are already using WordPress to leverage authority in your niche after realizing your expertise or what you’re passionate about and creating great content around that subject for your audience. But with the rise of various learning management system (LMS) solutions for WordPress, it has become
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