• by Darren Rowse, Chris Garrett
  • Narrated by Erik Synnestvedt
  • 7 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Turn your passion for blogging into extra revenue.
There are no magic wands, hidden tricks, or secret handshakes that can bring you immediate success in the blogging world, but with the help of this audiobook, you can get there. Written by two leading authorities on creating and monetizing blogs, ProBlogger carefully lays out the steps you need to follow to create a revenue-generating blog. From choosing a topic and publishing your first post to promoting your site using social media and receiving your first check, you’ll find out what really works.
Packed with practical, tried and tested advice, this guide shows you how to:

Choose the right blog tools and platforms
Find your niche so you can excel
Start writing in a way that attracts visitors
Follow winning strategies on how to earn income with your blog
Drive readers to your blog through Twitter, Facebook, and DiggT
Select the best advertising services
Uncover the secrets of successful blogs



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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good Book

This book is loaded with information. I also like the authors blogs which are very informative. Some reviewers did not like the narrator. I found his narration fine but could understand why some did not like it. (He sounds somewhat authoritarian)

My only criticism is that perhaps the authors should have listed a web-page or a PDF download for the links. Listening to long URLS is a waste of time since most of us are in the gym, walking or driving a car when we listen.

Note if you are an experienced blogger already making money then this book might be a review for you. But for someone like myself this book is fantastic.

I liked the book so much I purchased his physical book, went back to reading his blog and paid to join his forum.
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- B. D

Nice enough, annoying narrator

The content of this book is nice enough, but the voice of the narrator is a bit annoying. He ends every sentence in a weird tone of voice, and it gets on your nerve sometimes.

Also, since this is a collaboratory work by two writers, I dont think it is defined clearly enough which of the two writers is presenting their perspective at specific times in the book. It might have been better to have two narrators so you could distinct between the writers.

The two authors might just as well have read the book themselves, I dont think their reading style could be much worse than the narrator chosen for this book.
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- Anders

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-30-2010
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC