by | Oct 10, 2017 |[ Download MP3 | Transcript | iTunes | Soundcloud | Raw RSS ] There are a few people online who I genuinely appreciate as writers. James Clear is one of them. James is one of the only bloggers I know who does extensive research for his content and includes footnotes...
Last week I presented at the Web Strategy Summit in Brisbane. The organisers of the event, Adam and Toby, invited me to come in and do a short presentation of 18 minutes, then a 10 minute question and answer session.
The event featured panel discussions for about 45 minutes and several 18 minute “keynotes”, so they could get through plenty of speakers. There were about 100 attendees.
I realize you probably already have my Blog Profits Blueprint since it has been available for over five years now and has been downloaded by thousands of people.
However I have never submitted the audio version to my podcast, so I’m posting it here now to get the download into iTunes and on my podcasts page.
Many a time I’ve received a question from a person who has English as a second language, regarding their options for writing a blog and whether they should focus on English since most success stories seem to be from English websites. I almost always recommend they consider their native tongue first, as the opportunities there are potentially significant due to the reduced competition compared to the English market.
This interview is one of the most exciting successful blog case studies I have ever shared with you. This is the story of Fran Kerr, who created HighOnHealth.org, a blog about acne treatment, skin care and alternative health.