Book 1: 3 Must-Haves For Blogging As A Business
Here you’ll learn about the three keys of a successful blog. These keys include:
- Platform: This is your actual blog, the place people come to read content.
- People: This is your audience, AKA tribe or community.
- Profit: This is the revenue generated from your blogging business, whether it’s your sole source of income or just a side business.
Seems easy enough, but aspiring bloggers muddle these essential keys – and their influence and income suffers because of it. This book will make sure you build your blog on the foundation of these three must-haves.
Book 2: 5 Simple Steps To Start A Blog From Scratch
It’s time to set up your blog, and this book will give you a great overview of what you need to do. This is where you create a blog that will become the hub of your influence and income as you connect with readers.
If you’re not up to taking these steps yourself, then just hand the steps over to a competent freelancer who’ll get you set up in a jiffy. It literally can be done in one day.
Sidebar: It’s important to note that these are five all-purpose steps that apply to blog setup regardless of what resources you use. You will, of course, need to refer to specific instructions provided to you by whatever specific platform you choose.
Book 3: 5 Essential Elements of Blog Design For Better Reader Experience
One of the worst things you can do is create a blog that gives your readers a poor experience. Because you know what? Many people will give you only one chance. If your blog doesn’t appeal to them on their very first visit, they won’t be back. Ever.
Nobody wins if visitors don’t become repeat visitors. You don’t get to make a difference in their lives or make money from your blog business. Double-whammy!
You want to make sure that your blog is a “comfortable” hangout for readers rather than a frustrating one. So many bloggers simply don’t get this right and it leaves little to wonder about why people don’t return.
That’s why this book shows you the five essential blog-design elements that will keep your visitors impressed and coming back for more.
Book 4: 3 Building Blocks for Creating Content People Love
It’s no secret that the main thing that keeps your blog visitors coming back for more is your content. (That’s what makes a difference for them … and that’s what makes money for you.) But the problem is, most people simply don’t know how to create content that people will love. And their blogs (and, gulp, their bank accounts) suffer because of it.
It’s not enough to simply post content on a regular basis. Volume, while important, isn’t nearly as essential as substance. You’ve got something to say, but it matters how you say it.
That’s why in this book we’re going to cover the three topics that will help you create content your audience will love.
Book 5: 5 Easiest Things To Get Traffic To Your Blog
You can’t make a difference … and you can’t make money … if no one visits your blog. So, once you get it up and running, the natural next step is to find targeted readers to visit your website. But how, exactly, do you do that? Where do you start?
As you well know, there are a whole lot of ways to get traffic to a website –but not all of them are worth your time. That’s why this book shows you the five easiest things you can do (starting today) to get quality traffic to your blog.
Hint: You can even get traffic at no cost to you. If you don’t have a big budget (or any budget at all) for getting traffic to your blog, don’t despair. You can use one of the free options mentioned in this book.
Book 6: 10 Things To Do After You Post To Get More Reads
You’ve just published a fresh blog post. Now what? Obviously, you didn’t write the post so it would sit there and gather cyber-dust. You want people to lock eyeballs on it and read it so that it helps them and helps you. How do you make certain that this happens?
Obviously, if you’ve applied the previous book you’ve already got some traffic coming into your blog, but you want to generate even more traffic that goes directly to your new post. Right? That’s where this book comes in, where you’ll discover 10 fresh ideas for getting targeted traffic to your new posts.
Book 7: How To Create Content That Keeps Readers Coming Back
Who has the most successful blogs on the planet? Answer: the bloggers who know how to create viral content!
There are blog posts that are good reads. Then there are blog posts that are so good that they must be shared with others. That’s the kind of content you want to create … posts that people share with their network so new people drop by your blog. If you’ve done everything we’ve talked about in the course up to this point, they too will become regular readers (and potential customers).
But viral content doesn’t just happen by accident. If you want your content to go viral and engage your visitors, then you need to plan it out carefully using the ideas that you’re about to discover inside this book.
Book 8: 7 Monetization Strategies for Bloggers
Sure, you blog to make a difference. But you also blog to make a profit. There are plenty of ways to make money with your blog. Most of these income streams take almost no time to set up. The best part is: you can employ “set it and forget it” monetization strategies that create passive, ongoing income from your blog.
Your job is to decide which one is right for you and put it to work. And that’s why inside this book you’ll discover seven of the most common and profitable monetization tactics to choose from.
Hint: I’ll even give you some help deciding which one is best for your blog. See inside the book for complete details.
Book 9: The Timeless Strategy For Creating Content That Presells A Product
If you want to create content for your blog that really produces great results (i.e., sales!), then you need to use Jimmy D. Brown’s strategy for creating “useful yet incomplete” content.
And that’s exactly what this book teaches you, as you’ll find out how to apply this strategy to the most popular types of blog posts.
Note: Even if you’ve heard Jimmy teach about this before, these are all new examples and ways to apply that will give you even more ideas for putting this concept to work for you.
Book 10: 7 Proven Best Practices For Running A Professional Blog
At this point in the course, you know how to create a good blog. But if you’re like me, then you want to create a GREAT blog. I’m talking a professional blog that looks great, generates a lot of repeat traffic, and keeps that traffic coming back for me.
If that sounds good to you, then you’re going to want to check out this book to learn about seven proven best practices for running a professional, profitable and effective blog that makes you money and makes a difference in the lives of your readers.