Usually these posts are people asking for ideas (which is great, fresh ideas and discussion are always good). This post however, is a challenge for myself. I'm moving from an apartment to a house on March 11 (my birthday). I want to have all my debts paid off as well as a healthy down payment, about $32,000 total. Now, I already have about $12,000 a month coming in from my various online adventures, but I want to help out everyone here. So, I'm starting with nothing, building another business, and telling everyone here how I do it. The rules:
I start with nothing but war room access, no website, no list, and only $30 to work with.
NO AFFILIATE LINKS. At no point will I try to sell you anything.
So, hopefully this challenge will be fun and informative for everyone. Subscribe to this thread if you'd like to follow along, or I'll start a blog if the mods would prefer me to. Tomorrow: how to turn $30 into $500 in one week.
Imagine that you have just finished writing a blog or a piece that checks all the boxes. It has great value, is well designed, interactive and can be a hit with the audience. Now, you are sitting there and wondering what to do next. That is a situation which most bloggers and content writers, especially beginners, encounter on a frequent basis. Most people do not know where to go next and what to do with their content, once they are finished with everything.
Well, the answer to those questions is fairly simple. When you are done writing a blog or content page and are satisfied with end product, the logical next step is distribution and publishing. The top content marketers and bloggers today, are of the opinion that while content may be king; it's the distribution which matters. Jonathan Perelman went on record to say that content is king and distribution the queen.
A great article from Copy Monk on "The Modes of Persuasion: Ethos, Pathos, Logos".
Ethos is all about credibility and character. The goal is to persuade your readers that you’re a credible source of information by proving that you are a likeable authority or knowledgeable person on the subject.