By choosing your niche based on audience budget potential and B2B market demand, not your passions or hobbies.
With the secret to getting free content and automating your guest post process – all without writing a single word.
By focusing on the right revenue streams based on your blog’s age and traffic, you make 6-figures in 90 days, not years.
*My site’s Ahrefs profile to the right.
If you want to learn how to start a blog to make life-changing money, you need to stop writing and start developing systems to scale your blog like a business, not a hobby.
I used to manage content teams in high-growth startup environments. And what did I learn?
You need to scale.
I launched this blog in January 2019 and started making $35k/month by September.
In 2019, I added over 80 articles to my site this year and published over 80 high Domain Authority guest posts. I estimate this to be about 530k words of written content so far in 2019, or about 8-10 novels worth of content.
And the truth is… I barely wrote anything.
By treating my blog like a real business from day one, I stopped being the tortured writer and became the CEO.
Interested to learn how? We’ll get there.
First, let’s face it – most blogging advice is outdated.
You’re sold the dream of passive income, all while 95% of bloggers are still failing, and the same “experts” from 2010 are raking in the dough.
These “expert” bloggers tell you to write about your passions, stay consistent, form good writing habits, and create fantastic content. Then, a few years from now, you’ll finally have enough traffic to monetize your blog with affiliate links, ads, online courses, or other digital products.
To grow your blog in 2020, you need to scale.
If you genuinely want to scale your blog like a startup, you need to remove writing almost entirely from your process. This isn’t to say you shouldn’t do keyword research, create outlines, or update your content for SEO – that’s what you need to master. But you can’t accelerate growth writing every first draft yourself.
The entire reason I created this blog was to abandon this old advice and update your blogging tactics for 2020.
The truth is that not many people know the advanced digital tactics to make it work.
We won’t be talking about income in two years – just 3 – 6 months of hard work and some startup growth tactics, including:
1. Learning how to correctly choose your niche based on market analysis, product demand, and how to sell to businesses (not individuals) to 100x your revenue potential.
2. Thinking like a CEO to focus less on writing and more on scaling. This includes outsourcing specific components of your blog so you can spend 100% of your time on what’s most meaningful.
3. Leveraging the correct forms of monetization based on your blog’s age and traffic. Plus, how you can make thousands of dollars/month when you’re just starting and have no audience.
There are three primary components to this process, which also happen to be three things I’m good at:
I’ve launched hundreds of websites and will help you discover your unique niche and value proposition, expertly plan your content strategy, and choose the best web hosting to get started.
We’ll start out of the gate with an SEO-optimized, fast, responsive blog built to drive revenue quickly. This won’t be a hobby blog where you’re writing about your passions, but a blog that has 7-figure potential.
I work hands-on with high-growth startups, influencers, content marketers, and bloggers to generate content at scale and grow their audiences.
I’ll help you build your Domain Authority (DA) quickly, write and pitch guest posts, participate in link building with influencers, and build credibility in your niche at scale.
By leveraging certain forms of monetization when you’re just starting out, you can funnel that money into your content machine – accelerating your timeline to passive income.
Finally, I want to stop and say I’m glad you’re here. I deeply value every single person I’ve met through this blog.
And above all, it’s my personal mission to help you succeed.
As long as you’re willing to put in the effort, I’ll do whatever it takes to help get you there.