Spartan Entrepreneur - The Blog Artist's Handbook
I'm not going to do a typical "review" of Victor's new book.
You're going to want to download it anyway and there's no selling point - it's free.
I'm just going to tell you what it's going to do for you.
When I started, I had virtually no help.
I basically sat down and started writing.
I didn't even setup/learn how to setup Google Analytics (that's the utility that tells you how much traffic you have and where it came from) for 4 or 5 months.
In some ways, my ignorance turned out to be a good thing.
I didn't focus on insignificant increases in traffic or let it distract my attention from what I needed to be doing -
Telling my story.
Though my 20's were a decade of significant underachievement and obvious failures, I did accomplish some stuff that most guys would like to do too.
I decided to tell my story, offer encouragement and advice - so guys could fix their life in a lot less time.
I got lucky though.
I really had no idea what the heck I was doing.
But people liked my story and found my insights fairly useful.
In some ways, however, my ignorance wasn't bliss.
I continually had problems organizing my posts, overwriting, underwriting and installing worthless plugins that brought my little website to a grinding halt.
Although confident that my success with women, etc. would translate into a successful self-improvement community, there were some days when I was thinking -
What am I doing?
Am I doing this right?
Is this good?
When I did seek out information - I spent wasted hours and hours trying to understand it - let alone try to apply it, only to give up frustrated when it worked/didn't work.
Those were the worst days.
There were some "how to" guides out there, they were rarely organized as an applicable, step-by-step, DO THIS = GET THIS guide.
And more importantly -
Like the "seduction community", I came to the realization that most authorities on the topics hadn't actually had success. They just had websites claiming theory.
Their "How to Make Money" and "How to Build a Successful Website" advice was based on theory, repackaged ideas and nothing that they actually did, just on what they "knew".
I decided to just go it alone and use my usual trial/error to figure things out.
It would be over 2 years before I hired a professional web designer to clean up my "always under construction" website.
I could have used some help when I started and you can too - especially if you aren't very tech savvy/know how to write content that connects with people.
Here's your help and it's completely free -
- Click Here to Download
"The Blog Artist's Handbook"
(fyi - downloading the book will subscribe you to Victor's newsletter in order to deliver it to you)
It will absolutely speed up your learning curve.
If I was just starting out, this book would be my first (and likely only) resource.
If you are totally new and are looking for someone to setup your entire blog so you can just write, check out the B&D/GLL hosting offer -
What the Book Is Going to Do For You
(sections to read over and over)
No one does it like Victor.
If there was some sort of "impact per word" statistic, he would be off the charts.
Anyone can build a website. Even a pretty website.
Although the technical stuff is a necessary evil - that's not the hard part.
(although I would disagree just 1 year ago!)
The hard part is REALLY CONNECTING with readers.
Tickling feelings inside of them to give them permission to do things that they always wanted to do.
There's no website layout, plugin or SEO techniques that will cover up a not-so-inspiring website.
And That's what the book will do for you.
It's going to show you how to become a better writer.
HOW TO WRITE WITH IMPACT.
The WOW Factor.
The IT Factor.
These are the sections I highly suggest you study -
That's right, applicable stuff and not a lot of "blogger inner game theory".
For some of you guys, this will literally be your start to wild success.
You might actually remember the day you downloaded it.
Just remember who told you about it. *wink*