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Doing what you love and earning a living,
This review is from: ConcreteLoop.com Presents: Angel's Laws of Blogging: What You Need to Know if You Want to Have a Successful and Profitable Blog (Paperback)
I had the opportunity to Interview Angel, and the staff of ConcreteLoop back in 2008. She was more than happy to put a personality and voice in open air to share her experience and story, and now she's put it in print. People go to biggest colleges across the world, paying the highest tuition, board and book fees to get the most incredible jobs but are miserable. Angel Laws did the opposite, she took something that she enjoyed (entertainment), created a successful blog and is living the lifestyle most dream of. My hats are off to her because she beat the odds with dedication, strength and proven ability. Now she's tackled another task with writing this book, sharing her tips and trades with the same world who visits her website daily. With "Angel's Laws of Blogging", she's again opening her heart and letting her readers be able to do the same thing. She could easily say it you could never do it, and never share how she got to this point yet she's giving her readers the opportunity to fulfill their blogging dreams as she has.
Within the first chapter, this book has inspired me to take on the same task of creating the blog concept that I've always wanted. Most likely by the end of my reading I would have acquired all the information I need to know about profitable blogging. The book is written in a way that is still informative, yet feeding off the same blog personality that people fell in love with behind the computer screen. This isn't just for ConcreteLoop fans, although they might feel most beneficial to know how their favorite blogger started out, but it's an inside look from an experienced blogger. Read this before even thinking of opening a blog, and chances are your blog won't just be a hobby but a career.
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Initial post: Jul 8, 2011 4:43:47 PM PDT
L. Condobery says:
Please turn it into an e-book.
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