The 15 Success Traits of Pro Bloggers

  • by Jonathan Milligan
  • Narrated by Jonathan Milligan
  • 5 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Finally, a proven roadmap on how to become a full-time blogger! In The 15 Success Traits of Pro Bloggers, you'll learn:

A proven pathway anyone can use to become a full-time blogger
The five core mind-sets pro bloggers have that separate them from everyone else
The four keystone habits all full-time bloggers practice daily
Three systems you can implement to move quickly from hobby blogger to pro blogger
The Expert Product Wheel 12-Month Plan
The six-step blueprint to teach your passion online
Plus much more


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Wanted to like it, but...

I've been looking forward to this book, and eagerly began listening. Half an hour in, I'd become demotivated to continue my listen.

I overall like the author, he comes across as a geniune person and I agree with much of his advice on blogging.

He does preach to the uninitiated though, so I couldn't gain much valuable advice from it. Perhaps it's because I'm a long-time blogger already, but even beginners doesn't need to be served major portions of Tony-Robbins-esque motivational "you don't think you can do this, as you likely always give up... but I'm here to tell you: you can! You really can! blah blah blah" again and again.

Speaking of preaching... As another reviewer noted, the author is religious (christian). He doesn't preach, but there are bible verses spread throughout. I'm all for spirituality and have even been part of a christian fellowship in my past. One of the things that drove me away from church, was the incessant stream of bible verses/quotes thrown into each and every conversation by members of that church. As if one can just cherrypick quotes from the bible to justify any claim to be "the truth". It hindered having open, honest conversations. So, being subject to bible verses in this book, puts it in a special category, one not for me.

Another thing:
In the beginning of the book, the author points the listener to his website. On it, it quickly became apparant that the book was collected was his blog posts and podcast episodes. Basically, nothing new, and all available for free.

His narration:
Jonathan has a pleasant voice. Only problem is: narrating this book; it's *too* pleasant. His blog might be called BloggingYourPassion but the narration here is anything but passionate. That's sad, as the content gets dulled unnessarily, by it. Conversely, in his podcast, he's more relaxed, and more alive. So the content is better digested there, in my opinion.

Don't get me wrong: the content is good – but mostly aimed at those who haven't even started their blog yet.
Read full review

- Oliver Nielsen

A solid, if bloated, collection of advice.

Would you try another book from Jonathan Milligan and/or Jonathan Milligan?


Would you listen to another book narrated by Jonathan Milligan?


Did The 15 Success Traits of Pro Bloggers inspire you to do anything?

The book provided some nice, on-the-ground advice for blogging successfully. The most valuable advice was on creating products of various kinds.

Any additional comments?

*The narration isn't bad, considering it's narrated by the author.
*There's lots of good, actionable advice in here. And isn't that what we're looking for in buying a book like this?

*The author could have done with a professional narration and a professional editor. (There were lots of simple errors in the content, especially when it came to redundant statements.)
*The guy is religious and not afraid to share it in this content. As a non-religious person, I found this irritating.
*There's far too much preamble in each section. The book could have lost two hours or so of numbered lists explaining (unimportant) advantages to these strategies and other fluffy content. It would have been a stronger work if it had focused in more.

Read full review

- Rob

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-12-2015
  • Publisher: Blogging Your Passion, LLC