2010 is right around the corner and with it will come a shift in the blogging world from just blogging to Beyond Blogging. My friend Nathan Hangen (We met at Blog World Expo and he is an amazing guy) and his friend Mike CJ (Whom I have not met but hope to meet someday because he’s a pretty interesting guy living a dream life on an island, something I’d love to do someday) have created a fantastic program called Beyond blogging.
I was lucky enough to be asked to be part of the affiliate program and got an advanced draft of the the program. I loaded up the extensive ebook .pdf file into my Kindle and read through it in a couple of hours. What I read were profiles on some of the best bloggers in the business. People I respect highly like Chris Brogan, David Risley and Gary Vaynerchuk. Other people I wish to emulate like Darren Rowse and Jonathan Fields. Their stories of success are so inspiring that it is near impossible not to take any action.
As a part of the affiliate program I can tell you that Nathan and Mike have released a free .pdf report about future of blogging in 2010 and beyond.
As a blogger, or someone thinking about starting a blog, you should definitely read this report, because it talks about some of the pitfalls that most bloggers face, and the many more that you’ll face in the near future.
It’s called 2010 and Beyond – The Truth about Blogging in the Next Decade, and it’s a very intriguing and educational read.
It’s 15 pages, and reads in about 15 minutes. Considering the time of year, it couldn’t be released at a more perfect time.
So head on over and grab the free report. There’s no opt-in required and you can be reading it within 60 seconds by clicking the link below.
The launch is a few days away and I also want my friends to have the chance to Get in on the ground floor of this program that I believe will help you kick start your blogging career in 2010.
Personally I want a program like this to help motivate me and inspire me. I’ve been blogging since 2003 and I’ve yet to make a real success of it because I don’t treat blogging as a business that can help me have the life I want. I treat this as fun and games and a hobby but work on it like it was a full time job. A job I love but do not make money from. I’m certainly not an expert at making money online but the people in Beyond Blogging are and they can prove their track records. Me personally, I want to be a case study in the 2011 Beyond Blogging book (if there is one)
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