How to Write Great Blog Posts that Engage Readers (Better Blog Booklets Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : January 18, 2014
- File size : 2050 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 35 pages
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- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00B56PP26
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- Best Sellers Rank: #122,993 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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A quick search online found many others who struggled to use Google's Keywords Tool for free. Many complained about what I had also experienced - having to set up an ad and then being asked for their billing information when they tried to use or test out the Keywords Tool.
It would be helpful if the author would add some sort of amendment to the book to update or address these issues.
The author also offers tons of resources to his own and others' posts/products - free. The reviewer that said he's marketing his own stuff: No crap, that's how you make money. But it's useful stuff.
I think he covered the title as a topic broken down into manageable sections beautifully. I love the MVP/FP idea and the time HONESTLY needed to develop both. The author provides a ton of different ways to do so and I appreciate those various examples that I can pick and choose from in my niche.
I read this over a few days and applied bit by bit each time. Now I'll go back and integrate, in more detail, many of the pointers.
It was a great equation that readers just need to fill their own info in to start blogging regularly, and do so with good topics, headlines, etc.
I'm glad this was the first book on the subject I read becuase everything is in persepctive now and I can use it as a measure to study other books and websites that offer similar info on the topic.
Great work! Thanks!
Most books, especially ebooks, are 80% muck, 18% repeated information available everywhere, and the remaining 2% comprises poorly written, unintelligible writing.
Steve Scott's book is a wonderful exception. It is very well written. The grammar, sentence structure, and page aesthetic are excellent. And, many of the ideas in this ebook are novel. Yes, new stuff not found in other books. The reason is obvious: Mr. Scott is actually walking the walk.
I will be employing a few of the ideas from this title. It has become a reference tool and a resource. This one's a keeper.
It is a quick read, but the blog post models are well-defined and there are enough of them that you won't feel like you're treading the same old ground every time. And the suggestion of a blog post schedule, plopped into a spreadsheet and ready to keep you on task, is a useful idea.
Seeing an example of Steve's own scheduling spreadsheet would have been even more helpful, but I connected with the idea well enough to create my own. And it's a huge productivity improvement!
Steve's writing is easy to follow, giving do-able ideas and great resources for more help. His booklet is useful for learning how to reach people with a blog or any other article writing. I look forward to reading more of his material.
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You can find all the same advice on the internet for free of course - but for a few bucks it is handy to have it all in the same place at the same time where you can read anywhere quickly and conveniently - makes sense to save the time surfing everywhere for the same advice - which will be mixed up with conflicting views.
I certainly was not interested in telling the world i was "going to have a coffee or I was at the shops yesterday". I did however buy into the idea that blogs are a tool to reach a wider audience be it to write, advertise or indeed sell - whatever.
There is also the question of affiliation i.e. where, by on a blog, a person can generate money by providing 'space' for others to advertise their products / seervices. This idea sounded appealing on first hearing about the prospects. I think that will need a bit more consideration though.
For anybody considering creating a blog this ebook is for them. Can I recommend it yes.
There's loads of free resources too! Definitely worth reading, you'll learn a tonne of stuff!