This is the third and final installment of my year 2007 round-up report. You should read part one and two first, before reading this. Here are links to the previous articles -
If you missed the first part of this 2007 rap-up article, please go back and read it first here -
The Eye of the Storm
The span of May – June – July was simply crazy. During this period I conducted my first online … Read the rest of this entry »
As per Blaine Moore’s instructions, many bloggers are completing a year in review blog post recapping their blogging for the year before it rolls over into 2008.
Instead of highlighting my best articles from this blog during 2007 I’m going to do something a bit different – look at my business achievements for the year that was. This … Read the rest of this entry »
Update: Since they added a new video to this series, you have to click the “view playlist” button in the video player and choose the video with Andy Edmonds presenting StomperNet Scrutinizer to get the video I am referring to.
Blaine Moore is one of the mentors in the Blog Mastermind forums, an experienced blogger and is one of the original readers of this blog. He’s the author of Run To Win, a blog about running marathons and is someone who I really appreciate as an online friend since he helps out so much.
Blaine skyped me … Read the rest of this entry »
My friend Gideon Shalwick zapped me on skype yesterday suggesting I check out a video that is “funny and a bit different” to quote Gideon.
Is the Internet marketing world ready for Ron Goodwave?
I wonder what Marlon Sanders has to say about this one .
One of the most powerful forces in marketing is a deadline.
Like other skeptical observers of the techniques Internet marketers pull to land more sales, I feel a sense of discomfort when told that a product is going off the market at a certain date. Yet, at the same time, I feel compelled – if I really want … Read the rest of this entry »
I came to know Mike Sonders through Blog Mastermind, after he joined my program to learn how to use a blog as part of his marketing mix. Mike recently launched a brand new start-up and asked if I would tell my readers about it. I responded with a suggestion that instead he tell us how he came up with … Read the rest of this entry »
This is going to sound somewhat contradictory to my advice to “ignore your email” in my article 4 Tips For Becoming A More Productive Entrepreneur – but hear me out, this is a very important point and so many businesses get it wrong.
If you think about it, it’s BECAUSE so many businesses get this wrong that when you … Read the rest of this entry »
I have to hand it to Edmund Loh and Vince Tan for coming up with a slightly different spin on the traditional namesqueeze page for their new Internet marketing newsletter launch – IMGuerilla.com.
If you are not familiar with the namesqueeze, it’s a very common technique in the Internet marketing world for capturing (squeezing) the contact details of … Read the rest of this entry »
This is the last blog post I will make about this. Blog Mastermind is closing to new members today.
I’ve been blown away by how many people have joined in the last week and I look forward to working with all the new members.
This is going to sound cliche, but I just had to restart the server (… Read the rest of this entry »
It surprised me when I first launched Blog Mastermind how much people loved the video case studies, where I review and critique the blogs of students in the program. I’ve gone on to create 13 so far, reviewing more than 15 member blogs and I expect I’ll do a few more as we have had a rush of … Read the rest of this entry »
I know I know, you shouldn’t try and pitch a product – even your own product – in more than one or two blog posts in a row…I can see my RSS feed falling already
Seriously though, this is a post that doesn’t just promote my coaching program, it also demonstrates powerful marketing lessons. For those of you paying … Read the rest of this entry »
It’s been a crazy last few days. I sent out a lesson to Blog Mastermind students about direct advertising and it was a huge lesson, more than 5,000 words, plus an extra video and audio – there is so much to teach about making money with blogs!
In between finishing that lesson for the current students I’ve also been … Read the rest of this entry »
by Chris Bibey
There are many obstacles that new freelance writers run into. But when it comes down to it, none are bigger than trying to put together a pricing schedule or rate sheet. No matter what you call it, you need to know what prices you are going to charge potential clients. This can be a tricky … Read the rest of this entry »