Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Interview with a $m blogger!

You can go straight to the interview and download the MP3 and text transcript here -

Alborz Fallah is a poster child for what is possible with just one blog.

He was one of the very first people I taught my blogging techniques to and he is BY FAR the most successful student who has ever taken my training.

In 2008, Alborz's blog was independently valued at $5.9 MILLION dollars, he has a team of full
time writers producing content and he gets to drive expensive cars, which he then writes about
in his blog, and it all started with a computer in his bedroom.

This is an amazing story and a fantastic interview because Alborz doesn't hold anything back. I ask him how he did it and he explains the journey from the beginning up to today, where he is the owner of a million dollar blog.

I promise you, this will be one of the best podcasts you have ever listened to, so go download
it now.

That link again is -

How to know what to blog about....and make money

Watch this video...

The presenter says:

"Since I released the Membership Site Masterplan report I've received some interesting feedback.

If you haven't downloaded your copy of the Masterplan, you can get it here in audio and text:

One of the more common concerns I'm hearing is people wondering whether they have an audience that will actually buy something from them and if
so, what that is.

I understand where this doubt comes from - it's because you lack information about your market.

This is actually not that big a problem and the solution is quite easy.

I have a video that explains a technique that shows you how easy it is to find out exactly what problems your audience are dealing with and what they would pay you money for to solve.

As you will see in the video I used a basic email survey and transcribed responses via pen and paper. You may decide to use a more sophisticated solution like SurveyMonkey or a GoogleDocs form as a better way to collect and analyze the data."

It's up to you...also check this...

and don't forget the free ebook!