Are you frustrated with the lack of traffic to your blog …?
Are you frustrated at finding out yet another guru strategy didn’t work as promised …?
Are you frustrated at writing blog posts nobody reads …?
Are you just frustrated with not getting anywhere with your blog? Frustrated with watching your dreams of making something that mattered to people, something that meant you were worth something, that meant you were giving people something special dissolve through your fingers?
If you are, you’ve come to the right place.
Welcome and Hello!
I live in a semi-rural spot in the county of West Yorkshire, near the village of Haworth, where the Bronte sisters lived and wrote their novels, including Wuthering Heights and Shirley.
My mission is to give you strategies that work. No matter how limited your skills. You’ll get strategies that work. In real life!
If you’ve been struggling to get traffic. If you’ve been struggling with trying to get all those guru-squad strategies to work, and either thinking that it’s your fault they’re not working, or realising that those guru-squad strategies are mostly worthless, then I can help you.
Here’s how …?
Since the end of 2012 or thereabouts, I’ve made some great blogging friends and mentors who share my content and help me get noticed and recognised online.
You can discover how I’ve achieved this in this guest post I wrote for Firepole Marketing: Online Networking: The Little-Known Problem That’s Sabotaging Your Chances of Connecting With Influential Bloggers.
You’ll see from the 8 steps I talk about in this guest post that I don’t follow the usual guru-squad advice.
My techniques have been described as “fresh” and “a pleasure to share” by some awesome people like Corbett Barr and Mark Hermann.
I can write too. Blogging superstar “His Royal Awesomeness” himself, Jon Morrow , former Associate Editor of Copyblogger and now owner and founder of his own blog, BoostBlogTraffic.com, described my writing as “excellent“. I’ve written for FirepoleMarketing.com and OnlineIncomeTeacher.com.
Shane Arthur editor of Jon Morrow’s Guestblogging cource said my copywriting would make “Makepiece, Caples and Schwartz proud”.
I work hard to create writing that gets this sort of response. Writing doesn’t come easy to me. I have mild dyslexia. It also affects my ability to read (which is why I love audiobooks!).
And while still an unknown blogger, I got invited to write content for influential blog Firepole Marketing’s flagship course, Audience Building Masterclass.
All this is a far cry and a 1000 miles from those 3 failed blogs of mine; the frustration, the disappointment and thinking I wasn’t cut out for this blogging lark. And that I should just bite the bullet and stick to the day job that was swallowing whole my energy and creativity.