First of all, I’d like to thank Marjorie, Ardent, and Andrea for becoming our first patrons.
A lot of bloggers talk a good talk. They want readers, they want their words to mean something to someone.
But they never invest in becoming better bloggers.
What you will find on our Patreon is a collection of e-books, articles, tutorials, and advice all made specifically to help you build a popular blog as quickly and easily as possible.
Let’s face it, there’s no shortage of resources on blogging out there. If you look around hard enough, you can find hundreds of websites offering some kind of course that promises to help you build a successful blog.
But the problem with these programs is that they offer bland, generic advice. Most of said advice is outdated, and stopped working a few years ago.
That’s why the resources you find on our Patreon are so important.
There you will find resources such as:
Tell me if this has ever happened to you: it’s Monday morning, and you’re ready to get some writing down. In your head, you’re already publishing an epic blog post.
But then you sit at your desk. That damn blank draft of doom; the words are stubborn, the muse shy.
Can’t find the time(and/or energy) to write at least a blog post every week? Does blogging feel like a chore from hell?
The “secret” to being consistent is much simpler than you might think.
Want to publish that epic post? Week after week after week?
Here’s how you can do it …
Come on, be honest. It’s like this blogging thing betrayed you a bit.
Once upon a time, you looked at blogging and thought, “Oh, I can do that. Writing a few posts a week? Piece of cake.” From the outside, it looks so simple, so easy, so fun, and so you rushed off to start a blog of your own.
But then you realized: this stuff is complicated. Blogging isn’t so much about writing blog posts as it is about juggling dozens of little odds and ends, all of them important, all of them demanding your attention, and all of them requiring you to learn something.
And it’s easy to drop the ball, so to speak, and not because you want to neglect anything, but because it’s too much to keep track of.
What you really need is a checklist of sorts – an itemized breakdown of everything you need to do to transform your blog and dazzle your readers. That way, you can stop trying to handle everything all at once and just go through it one step at a time.
So, that’s what I created for you: a checklist of 52 things you need to do, to help you learn how to do this blogging thing well.
It happened again, didn’t it?
Another week or month has passed, and you’ve made zero progress on your writing.
Deep down you know your writing is important, but it seems impossible to take consistent action
What’s going on here?
The truth is, you don’t feel inspired.
You can’t help but marvel at other writers who seem to come up with one great idea after another.
How do you get there?
How do you find the inspiration you need in order to become the prolific, popular, and successful writer you have always dreamed of becoming?
It’s simple. This guide contains 99 ways to find inspiration.
It’s kind of frustrating, isn’t it? Having to scroll for a minute and a half through hundreds of comments on some posts just so you can say what you thought about it.
It’s even more frustrating when your own posts aren’t getting many comments. Sometimes it’s a comment or two. Sometimes none. Occasionally, it seems Lady Luck smiles upon you and you get a few of your readers to say something.
But never dozens or hundreds of comments like some of the other blogs out there.
Maybe it’s all about luck, maybe there’s some trick, some tactic, and you can’t help but wonder…
Am I doing something wrong?
What can I do to get more comments?
Well, first of all it’s not magic. Or trickery. Secondly, let’s see if we can do something about it.
In order to get more comments, one must understand how they work.
This is just a part of what you can find by clicking this link here.
And the best part is that content is being added every week. A new tutorial will go live in a few hours…
Have You Been Struggling to Get Readers for Your Blog?
This blogging world is HUGE. We’re talking tens and tens of millions of blogs. While this might intimidate you, the truth is that the potential for making both an impact and a profit is nearly limitless.
However, it also means there’s a lot of competition. There are a ton of blogs out there struggling to cut through the noise.
So how can you stand out from the pack and achieve the kind of success you’ve dreamt of?
Well, ever heard the expression, “knowledge is power”?
It’s true. It’s the factor that determines one’s success.
You don’t need to be an amazing writer to become a successful blogger. You don’t need to be rich or famous. You don’t need to have an advanced degree, an expensive certification, or any special credentials.
In fact, very often the most successful bloggers are just regular folks who are so passionate and in love with blogging that they want to know it all.
Knowledge makes the difference, and this is great news, because it means that building a successful blog is a lot more achievable than you might think!
Okay, now you know what I am offering. You know what you get by becoming a patron of ours, and why this is important for anyone who wants to build a popular blog.
After all, this costs $4 a month. Yup. And you can cancel at any time, after having downloaded tons of tutorials in PDF format, after having read all the blog posts, and the e-books, and the checklists…
The way I see it, you have one of two choices:
1. You can try to do this blogging thing all by yourself, and figure everything without any help.
2.) Or, you can become one of our patrons and learn from the seven years of experience (and mistakes)
The choice is up to you, but keep this in mind:
You can do it by yourself. You don’t absolutely need to pay $4 a month to build a successful blog.
But I guarantee you that for the cost of a coffee you will find success much, MUCH faster. It’s not an exaggeration to say that choosing to give me a coffee a month could easily help you avoid YEARS of trial and error.
And how much is that worth?
What would you pay for a year of your life?
I’m guessing it’s worth a lot more than $4, which is all that I’m asking for. In my mind, that makes this a pretty easy decision.
So go ahead and click the link below to become a patron of ours and put yourself on the fast-track to building a blog you can be proud of: