Corbett Barr, founder of ThinkTraffic.net is my guest on today’s episode.
We talk about how he went from running a Venture Capital Back Startup to running several successful and profitable blogs.
Corbett is pretty much the go to guy when it comes to blogging. I’ve learned a ton from him. The way I run my blogs, including this blog is modeled after what Corbett teaches.
Things you’ll learn:
- How Corbett went from running a Venture Capital Back Startup to Blogging
- The 6 month road trip to Mexico to figure things out
- What starting a blog that matters really mean
- How to find a niche you can build a thriving and profitable blog in
- The 3 ways to make a living online
- The 3 types of Guest Authors you can get to write on your blog
- Top 3 ways to write your post
- How not to get burned by Guest Authors
- Why domain extensions really isn’t that important anymore
- The reason why dotcom’s are dwindling down
- How not to get stuck in the Blogging Trap
- When it’s ok to Monetize your blog
- Why you should not worry about SEO (search engine optimization)
- Corbett Barr’s best business advice
- The great f-bomb debate ;-)
- and much, much more…
Things mentioned on the show:
- Think Traffic [Corbett Barr’s blog]
- Expert Enough [Corbett’s other blog]
- Write Epic Shit
- The Fizzle Show [new podcast]
- Start a Blog that Matters [course]
- Appendipity Themes
The Great F-Bomb Debate Video
Do you Swear Online?
Like Corbett, I would love to hear your thoughts on this so leave a comment below telling us why you do or do not swear online.
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