People often ask me how I’ve built my audience, but what a lot of people don’t know, is while I’ve been online for a decade, I actually started almost entirely from scratch 4 years ago, giving up virtually everything I’d done in the 7 years prior. In this post I’ll take you through the unconventional approach I took to rebuild my audience in a few years.
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I never considered myself to be a writer, so building a 6 figure side business by self-publishing books has been a pretty amazing experience! In this post I share my key strategies and lessons on making it as a successful self published author, based on a recent talk I gave at the Dynamite Circle event in Bangkok.
A common question for new startups is how to go about establishing trust on your website when you’re starting from scratch. The following article addresses elements you can incorporate into your startup website design to add proof and ensure you give yourself the best chance of building new customer trust and loyalty.
In my last book Content Machine one of the key concepts I discussed was the 70:30 rule, which recommends that when you’re launching a new blog that you initially deliver 70% of your content “offsite” and only 30% on the new blog itself. The reason for this is simple, you don’t yet have an established audience …