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Happy to be one of the first to buy, love the quality of your work
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Well, that was a no-brainer. I received the email from Erica this morning, logged on to read her post and bought the book straight away. I love all her products on Amazon and over the years they've made me quite a bit of money, but at my core I'm a writer and writing is what I love to do best.

If Erica's book guides me to use my writing skills whilst having fun blogging, I shall be an even bigger fan . . .
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Hi Erica,

I've been psyching myself up to go down this route for quite some time . . . but always managing to find good reasons not to!

Now you've demolished all my excuses - You're a terrible woman!

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Hi Erica. Picked this up before it hit $12 bucks. The price bumped twice while I read the sales copy. HaHa! - (And people say wso's don't work any more...) Uh...Huh...

I am long past the stage where I just buy stuff, so I had to check it out to make certain is was specifically useful to me.

There is a time for learning and a time for getting on the other side of that there cash register. LOL.

Anyway, being its you... It wasn't a hard decision.

Because I have been doing this awhile, I often look at more than the content of the product, but also how it is delivered.

I do this so I can make a note of things I like. For instance, the first thing I noticed was the layout of the main guide. It is simple, but attractive, easy on the eyes and can be scanned or read in detail. Nice!

I would love to see you put together a product on wso's and include pdf layout templates and so on. Make sure you let me know if you do.

Ok, I am about 40% through the main guide. It is 1am here, so I am off to dreamland.

Mark (netsensei)

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Originally Posted by AnniePot View Post

Well, that was a no-brainer. I received the email from Erica this morning, logged on to read her post and bought the book straight away. I love all her products on Amazon and over the years they've made me quite a bit of money, but at my core I'm a writer and writing is what I love to do best.

If Erica's book guides me to use my writing skills whilst having fun blogging, I shall be an even bigger fan . . .
Annie, you're so sweet! Thank you!



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Hi Erica,

I've been psyching myself up to go down this route for quite some time . . . but always managing to find good reasons not to!

Now you've demolished all my excuses - You're a terrible woman!

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That's too funny! And, true - no more excuses! Let me know if you need anything along the way.

Thanks!

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This look quite interesting. I just picked up a copy. Erica always got something up her sleeve ;-)
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Originally Posted by NetSensei View Post

Hi Erica. Picked this up before it hit $12 bucks. The price bumped twice while I read the sales copy. HaHa! - (And people say wso's don't work any more...) Uh...Huh...

I am long past the stage where I just buy stuff, so I had to check it out to make certain is was specifically useful to me.

There is a time for learning and a time for getting on the other side of that there cash register. LOL.

Anyway, being its you... It wasn't a hard decision.

Because I have been doing this awhile, I often look at more than the content of the product, but also how it is delivered.

I do this so I can make a note of things I like. For instance, the first thing I noticed was the layout of the main guide. It is simple, but attractive, easy on the eyes and can be scanned or read in detail. Nice!

I would love to see you put together a product on wso's and include pdf layout templates and so on. Make sure you let me know if you do.

Ok, I am about 40% through the main guide. It is 1am here, so I am off to dreamland.

Mark (netsensei)
Mark - So nice to hear from you and I hope you're doing well! ; )

Glad you like it and I've been working on a new format which sounds like it's going over well.

I could easily put together a how-to on WSOs and PDFs - I've acquired some great tips over the years. I'll put that on my list of projects. Great idea!

Thanks!

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This look quite interesting. I just picked up a copy. Erica always got something up her sleeve ;-)
I do try to get something unique and different in each one. Hope you like it and let me know if you have any questions.

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Hey Erica,

Sounds great. yep, I can confirm what you have claimed on House Hunters International, one of my favorite shows. There are more and more people profiled who own businesses that are geo location free. All online enterprises (or working for an employer remotely), a good number are bloggers.

Question: Can these blogs per your formula be groomed for flipping after a say year or so? I ask because:

1. Because many blogs brands the blogger as well as the blog, making it difficult to sell because the blog is identified with the blogger, scaring away potential buyers.

2. Always nice to have a juicy lump sum payment hit one's business account every year and a half or so.

Thanks.


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Hi Erica,

How are you doing?

I'm in & can't wait to get started

Thanks for another quality product no doubt

Best regards

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Hey Erica,

Sounds great. yep, I can confirm what you have claimed on House Hunters International, one of my favorite shows. There are more and more people profiled who own businesses that are geo location free. All online enterprises (or working for an employer remotely), a good number are bloggers.

Question: Can these blogs per your formula be groomed for flipping after a say year or so? I ask because:

1. Because many blogs brands the blogger as well as the blog, making it difficult to sell because the blog is identified with the blogger, scaring away potential buyers.

2. Always nice to have a juicy lump sum payment hit one's business account every year and a half or so.

Thanks.


Robert
Robert, yay! Another House Hunters fan (I've devoured two episodes just now...).

Yes you could flip these. I don't have you put any personal photo or info on the site - it's not required for success.

Thanks!

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Hi Erica,

How are you doing?

I'm in & can't wait to get started

Thanks for another quality product no doubt

Best regards

Joe
Joe - I'm doing great, thanks! Hope you are, too! Always nice to see your profile show up.

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Hi Erica,

I am an analytical type person and my writing is often short & to the point. Where others may write about a topic easily flowing with 1,500 to 2,500 to perhaps 3,500 words in an article/post, I would probably write less than 700 word on the same topic thinking that I've done a good enough job.

With my dilemma, I have the following questions for you...

1) Is there a cure for what I'm experiencing?

2) With a passion blog as you're describing, how many words should an average article/post be?

3) How many articles/posts does a passion blog need before it gains traction and starts to generate worthwhile income?

4) Can the techniques in Simple 60 be applied to a video blog instead of an text/image blog?

Thanks for your input.

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Sees Sojourn's name
Finds Nearest Buy Button
Checks Out
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Love your new picture <3
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I pick up just about everything Erica creates and am not disappointed. Ever. Many of her books I find myself referring back to when I need a reminder about something.

I always seem to learn something new which makes the price a reasonable deal.
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Originally Posted by rightattitude View Post

Hi Erica,

I am an analytical type person and my writing is often short & to the point. Where others may write about a topic easily flowing with 1,500 to 2,500 to perhaps 3,500 words in an article/post, I would probably write less than 700 word on the same topic thinking that I've done a good enough job.

With my dilemma, I have the following questions for you...

1) Is there a cure for what I'm experiencing?

2) With a passion blog as you're describing, how many words should an average article/post be?

3) How many articles/posts does a passion blog need before it gains traction and starts to generate worthwhile income?

4) Can the techniques in Simple 60 be applied to a video blog instead of an text/image blog?

Thanks for your input.

JohnT
Oh, boy - a cure - not sure I have that BUT I have a few ideas for you.

Content is important when it comes to blogging and that's for several reasons. Not everyone processes information the same way so it might be harder for your reader to get to the same point as you as quickly as you do. That comes across in both written and verbal communications.

Google also needs those "clues" in your writing to really help you rank for phrases that best match your content.

What might help you is to write in your normal style but then go back through your content and see if you can spell out how you got from thought A to thought B.

You could also have someone you trust provide honest feedback. Have them go through your writing and point out where they get lost in the info.

A third option might be to go with a topic that requires an analytical view on something. I'm also analytical by nature and writing a product review, for example, let's me get into that kind of "this material, that size, true cost to run" kind of discussion that flows more easily for me.

I have no recommended set post length but I find longer posts rank more quickly and for more phrases. I can do 1000 words without even trying. With a blog, I would expect to see a mix of post lengths, though. Some might be short - you're just sharing a funny store or a quick tip. Some will be longer and cover a topic in more detail because that topic deserves that kind of detail.

If you could average somewhere between 1000-2000 words per post, I would think that would be a good start.

The majority of the recent group of coaching students who built these kinds of blogs saw traffic before the course was over and had an average of about 15 posts. Most of the traffic was from Pinterest but all saw some traction in organic search results, too.

Yes, the content portion and planning could be applied to a video approach instead of a written blog. It would help you break your content into chunks to give you much more material to work with. The image and WordPress steps wouldn't help quite as much - although you might be able to drive traffic to a video by way of uploading a created image to Pinterest and changing the link to lead to the video.

Hope that helps! Thanks!


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Love your new picture <3
LOL! I swear - someday just a buy button on the sales page and a picture of me inside the delivery folder saying YOU CAN DO IT and see what happens. (I'm kidding....I'd never do that but it's awfully tempting...!)

Thanks!


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I pick up just about everything Erica creates and am not disappointed. Ever. Many of her books I find myself referring back to when I need a reminder about something.

I always seem to learn something new which makes the price a reasonable deal.
That's so nice to hear, thank you! I'm fortunate to have a great group of people to interact with (like you) who love what they do and that makes the work a pleasure!

Sincerely,

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I haven't been here forever, and I have purchased several of Erica's WSOs in the past, so when I saw the email from her and it was a book about the EXACT thing I have been planning to do next, I immediately purchased without hesitation. So happy I did because from the quick scan I did, this is just what I need. Going to dive into this on the plane next week so that when I get home after Thanksgiving, I will be ready to set up my blog. Thanks so much for offering this at such a reasonable price!
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I haven't been here forever, and I have purchased several of Erica's WSOs in the past, so when I saw the email from her and it was a book about the EXACT thing I have been planning to do next, I immediately purchased without hesitation. So happy I did because from the quick scan I did, this is just what I need. Going to dive into this on the plane next week so that when I get home after Thanksgiving, I will be ready to set up my blog. Thanks so much for offering this at such a reasonable price!
You're very welcome and I'm so glad the timing worked out! I'd love to hear how it goes and let me know if you need anything at all.

Thanks!

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Hi Erica, just wondering, do you have any after purchase support, should we have questions?
Also, I sent you a PM

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Hi Erica, just wondering, do you have any after purchase support, should we have questions?
Also, I sent you a PM

Thanks!
I absolutely offer post-purchase support! You can email me at erica@extremereviewer.com any time with questions or if you need me to check something over for you.

Just answered your PM, too.

Thanks!

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Well folks, do you have a dream of putting up a blog and making money
at the same time?

And this isn't just any ol' blog...This is your baby...your passionate
interest...where you can say exactly what you want to say...and make $$$
at the same time...what a concept!

Only one problem...and this is what stops most of us...the What to write
about...and the How to do it...not to mention How to make those bucks!

Enter Erica Stone's 'Simple 60 Blogging'...your step-by-step tutorial
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Whatever your fears have been in the past regarding this subject, you
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Inside this course, Erica has given you the tools you'll need...

*Wordpress set-up instructions...with SEO and anti-hacking help...PRICELESS!...

*planning worksheet that'll keep you focused...

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Plus, she instructs you on exactly What to do After you've posted...each
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Plus, what to do down the line after you get going...showing you how to
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Folks, this is Erica Stone's
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a definitive and comprehensive guide building a successful blog on Any topic
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it and making those bucks at the same time...

The contents of this package I mentioned earlier only touches on the full
value of this WSO...

If you want to have those answers to blogging successfully...without the
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Not to mention Erica's help...she's there if and when you have any questions...
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Bottom line...this is just one hell of a blogging package...everything needed
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Maybe you oughta grab this while the price is so low...absolutely a win-win!


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I found your reply to rightattitude very helpful.
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Erica is THE most refreshing seller of products on the Net.

When it comes to genuine she is the ultimate.

WHY?

What she promotes is what you get .... THE product ...... you don't have to prepare for a barrage of OTO's ..... you get THE product.

Not one part of the puzzle is missing ... guaranteed. She is an amazing coach.

So did I read her Warrior Forum promotion before I purchased it? No .... but I will .... but I don't have to ..... !!
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Hi Erica,

Your course sounds GREAT and I'm extremely interested!!!!!!!!!!

And, I have some questions I'd really appreciate your answering.

1. I know very little about Internet marketing. I've read a lot about it. But writers write as if I know what they are talking about, when I don't have a clue. I even google the terms and jargon and the same thing occurs: writers write as if I know what they are talking about when I don't have a clue. It sounds like a foreign language to me.

Is your course very easy to understand and very easy to implement for totally ignorant newbies like me?

2. I've been afraid of having a website of any kind because I've read instructions on what to do if the website goes down, which they say can happen and that sometimes it's even inevitable that it will happen. Being totally ignorant about this, I've not understood those instructions at all whatsoever. Then too, I've felt I'd have to check the site very often to be sure it's not down.

Please comment on this.

3. I'm a relatively private person. I've not wanted to be on any social media such as Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, you name it. I've not wanted my photo and profile to be shown to the public around the world.

a) Are there ways to have great success with your blogging course without using any social media?

b) Does your course describe these ways in great detail?

4. How often would I need to post on my blog, e.g. once a day, four times a week, etc.?

5. As I understand it, people would freely add their comments and questions to my blog. Again this frightens me because I'm a relatively private person. Yet I LOVE writing with a passion!!!!!!!!!!

Please comment on this.

6. Do you recommend a good quality very inexpensive hosting company?

7. Would I be able to use my blog for direct linking to Clickbank products without a squeeze page or landing page?

8. Will I need an auto responder and/or back linking?

9. I own a desktop computer. I do not own a printer, scanner, video recorder, digital camera, smart phone, or any other electronic equipment. What, if any, additional equipment will I need?

10. I LOVE the following subjects: Chicago, the Southwest, trains, self-help, world peace without partisan politics, old TV sitcoms, and especially giving advice and feedback when my friends ask for it about personal problems.

Which of these would be really good niches for a blog?

11. I've had difficulty understanding pixels and images. Do you describe this in great detail?

12. Other than a domain name and hosting, what other expenses will I have, and about how much might they be?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH ERICA FOR YOUR TIME AND HELP. I APPRECIATE IT!!!

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Hi Erica,

Your course sounds GREAT and I'm extremely interested!!!!!!!!!!

And, I have some questions I'd really appreciate your answering.

1. I know very little about Internet marketing. I've read a lot about it. But writers write as if I know what they are talking about, when I don't have a clue. I even google the terms and jargon and the same thing occurs: writers write as if I know what they are talking about when I don't have a clue. It sounds like a foreign language to me.

Is your course very easy to understand and very easy to implement for totally ignorant newbies like me?

2. I've been afraid of having a website of any kind because I've read instructions on what to do if the website goes down, which they say can happen and that sometimes it's even inevitable that it will happen. Being totally ignorant about this, I've not understood those instructions at all whatsoever. Then too, I've felt I'd have to check the site very often to be sure it's not down.

Please comment on this.

3. I'm a relatively private person. I've not wanted to be on any social media such as Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, you name it. I've not wanted my photo and profile to be shown to the public around the world.

a) Are there ways to have great success with your blogging course without using any social media?

b) Does your course describe these ways in great detail?

4. How often would I need to post on my blog, e.g. once a day, four times a week, etc.?

5. As I understand it, people would freely add their comments and questions to my blog. Again this frightens me because I'm a relatively private person. Yet I LOVE writing with a passion!!!!!!!!!!

Please comment on this.

6. Do you recommend a good quality very inexpensive hosting company?

7. Would I be able to use my blog for direct linking to Clickbank products without a squeeze page or landing page?

8. Will I need an auto responder and/or back linking?

9. I own a desktop computer. I do not own a printer, scanner, video recorder, digital camera, smart phone, or any other electronic equipment. What, if any, additional equipment will I need?

10. I LOVE the following subjects: Chicago, the Southwest, trains, self-help, world peace without partisan politics, old TV sitcoms, and especially giving advice and feedback when my friends ask for it about personal problems.

Which of these would be really good niches for a blog?

11. I've had difficulty understanding pixels and images. Do you describe this in great detail?

12. Other than a domain name and hosting, what other expenses will I have, and about how much might they be?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH ERICA FOR YOUR TIME AND HELP. I APPRECIATE IT!!!

warm sunshine

Hi Erica,

In addition to those Warm sunshine's questions, I like you to take a look at cadgist.blogspot.com to know I have skills necessary for your course. Also, I like to know how soon I will begin to see result and if not having access to paypal will be an issue?

Looking forward to your response.

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Folks, this is Erica Stone's 'Simple 60 Blogging'...and this means you'll have
a definitive and comprehensive guide building a successful blog on Any topic
of your choice (maybe even multiple blogs)...while loving Every minute of
it and making those bucks at the same time...

Bottom line...this is just one hell of a blogging package...everything needed
is here...with no upsells or anything else needed...

Maybe you oughta grab this while the price is so low...absolutely a win-win!

Nile - thank you for the great review! You are most certainly thorough and I appreciate the kind words!

Sincerely,

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I found your reply to rightattitude very helpful.
Thank you! Glad I could help!


Originally Posted by savvysteve View Post

Erica is THE most refreshing seller of products on the Net.

When it comes to genuine she is the ultimate.

WHY?

What she promotes is what you get .... THE product ...... you don't have to prepare for a barrage of OTO's ..... you get THE product.

Not one part of the puzzle is missing ... guaranteed. She is an amazing coach.

So did I read her Warrior Forum promotion before I purchased it? No .... but I will .... but I don't have to ..... !!
Thanks, Steve! Every time I buy something for myself that's IM related I'm reminded just how annoying those OTOs and upsells can be. I forget that a major sales point for my products is that it's as simple as click to buy and download. End of story.


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Hi Erica,

Your course sounds GREAT and I'm extremely interested!!!!!!!!!!

And, I have some questions I'd really appreciate your answering.
Not a problem - see my responses in red below.

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1. I know very little about Internet marketing. I've read a lot about it. But writers write as if I know what they are talking about, when I don't have a clue. I even google the terms and jargon and the same thing occurs: writers write as if I know what they are talking about when I don't have a clue. It sounds like a foreign language to me.

Is your course very easy to understand and very easy to implement for totally ignorant newbies like me?
I believe so - that's how its intended to work in this product. Any time you have to use a tool (get a domain name, set up WordPress, etc.) there are screenshots to show you what buttons to push. Plus, if you have ANY questions all you have to do is email me and I'll help you out. Honestly - I answer every email personally and usually within 24 hours.

However, there are some things inside that I have you do and I don't necessarily explain why. For example, there are some plugins that I have you install to WordPress to help with SEO but I don't go into why the settings I have you use help with SEO. Nor do I explain what SEO means. You'll be able to get through all of the steps without any experience but you may not know why you did some of them.

If you're interested in Amazon affiliate marketing at all I have an incredibly detailed, free course that you can sign up for at http://extremereviewer.com. It consists of four books that walk you through a complete blueprint for starting an affiliate marketing site using Blogger. Even if you purchase and follow Simple 60 Blogging I think you'll learn some things from that free course that will help make things more clear.


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2. I've been afraid of having a website of any kind because I've read instructions on what to do if the website goes down, which they say can happen and that sometimes it's even inevitable that it will happen. Being totally ignorant about this, I've not understood those instructions at all whatsoever. Then too, I've felt I'd have to check the site very often to be sure it's not down.

Please comment on this.
Ah, yes. Websites can go down for various reasons, unfortunately, but it's not as complicated as it sounds.

A website is nothing more than a collection of files and folders - just like you have stored on your computer.

All of the site files and folders are stored in one location - a server that connects to the internet. You can get space on such a server through a hosting provider. Bluehost and Hostgator are examples of hosting providers.

The domain name tells the server the address where your files can be accessed by the public - your website address.

Your hosting provider might run into a server problem and that could cause the site to not be accessible to the public. Those are usually short-lived and there's not much you can do about that unless you have some sophisticated backup plan in place. (I don't.)

Or, your site might get hacked and this could result in files being damaged or deleted.

But...remember...a site is nothing more than a collection of files and folders. If you save those files and folders (back them up) in another location then you can replace the damaged or missing files in your hosting account.

WordPress sites have both files, folders AND a SQL table where data is stored. That table can also be backed up.

Most hosting providers have a way for you to download all your site's files, folders, and SQL tables. You would download them and save them to your computer, save them in cloud storage somewhere or on an external hard drive you own. If you back up your files regularly - say weekly - then you're prepared to correct any possible damage to your site.

You absolutely do not need to routinely check to see if a site is up or down as long as you have a reliable hosting provider. They do go down for maintenance periodically but you're usually alerted in advance and the amount of time is short and late at night.


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3. I'm a relatively private person. I've not wanted to be on any social media such as Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, you name it. I've not wanted my photo and profile to be shown to the public around the world.
You do not need to use your real name nor your personal photo to be successful online. I joined WarriorForum in 2009 but I had an avatar profile image until at least 2011. It was years before I put my photo online and I was making money just fine with Amazon sites. Only the past year or two have I felt comfortable enough using my photo on those sites now, too.

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a) Are there ways to have great success with your blogging course without using any social media?
Yes. If you write quality blog posts and you keep your site focused on a central topic, people will find your content. It might take longer than using social media to drive additional traffic, though.

In fact, there's no instructions at all for using any social media site inside this book. I have you create great images that will do well on Pinterest but I don't have you pin them to Pinterest. Your visitors can pin them for you and, if you're ever interested, I have other guides about using Pinterest that will help with that.

Keep in mind that you don't have to use a photo of yourself or your real name on Pinterest. You don't even have to interact with other people in any way other than to follow them and gain followers in order to have success using Pinterest for traffic. I find it very addictive, personally!


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b) Does your course describe these ways in great detail?
Everything you need to do - minus social media - is covered in the book.

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4. How often would I need to post on my blog, e.g. once a day, four times a week, etc.?
Initially, I'd try to create 10 blog posts in the first 2-3 weeks. After that, if you can do a post or two a week that would be sufficient. That kind of frequency will please Google so they'll know your site is actively showing new content and that keeps them crawling your site more frequently to get that content indexed in their database.


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5. As I understand it, people would freely add their comments and questions to my blog. Again this frightens me because I'm a relatively private person. Yet I LOVE writing with a passion!!!!!!!!!!

Please comment on this.
As the website owner, you can control how comments are handled. If you don't want any, you can turn off the comment section for all of your posts and pages.

Or, you can set the site up so that you moderate all of them meaning none will show publicly unless you approve them.

Maybe you start by not allowing comments at all and as you get comfortable you turn on comments but with moderation just so you can see what kinds of comments come through and whether or not you'd be willing to deal with them regularly.

Having visitors who comment, though, can be really good for your site. A comment is like new text on your page and Google takes note of that new text. It comes across as a page that's being updated periodically with more content which can help with rankings in search engines but you don't have to jump into using them right away. Get used to writing and posting on your site and decide later if you want to turn on the ability for visitors to comment.

How to turn off comments is NOT handled in the book but in WordPress you would go to Settings/Discussion and use that screen to turn off the ability for visitors to comment on new posts and turn off the "Allow people to Post comments on new posts" setting. You can also turn off comments for each Page in Pages/All Pages, choosing Quick Edit and turning off comments.


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6. Do you recommend a good quality very inexpensive hosting company?
Yes. In the book I recommend BlueHost. I've used them for years and while most of my sites are now on their more expensive Managed WordPress hosting I was on shared hosting with them until just a couple of years ago and had no problem. I actually have two accounts with them and one is still shared hosting. It's very affordable.

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7. Would I be able to use my blog for direct linking to Clickbank products without a squeeze page or landing page?
Absolutely! There was a great article years ago on a site that is no longer up about how to sell without selling. If you write a blog post that tells people how to do something and that something uses a product on Clickbank, it's a natural fit to use your affiliate link to that something inside your post. You don't always need a squeeze page or landing page in order to sell something.

What you're describing can be called a "contextual link" where you're linking to something from inside your site content. You can also do an image link or buy button link inside post content. That can be a very high-converting approach because you're working with traffic that knows you and can access other content on your site.


Originally Posted by warm sunshine View Post

8. Will I need an auto responder and/or back linking?
No and no.

You only need an auto-responder if you want to build an email list. Do I think it's a good idea to have one at some point? Yes, depending on your niche. However, I have lots of websites that do well and have no email list or auto-responder connection at all. Having an email list is a huge time commitment and you might decide that writing content is all you have time to handle. That's fine.

I also don't build backlinks nor do I have you build backlinks in this book.

There are bloggers/internet marketers who pursue bad kinds of backlinks intentionally to game the system, bloggers/internet marketers who actively pursue good backlinks because they know it will help with rankings, and bloggers/internet marketers who don't backlink at all.

You can be successful without building any backlinks but you will want your content to be top notch since that's going to be your one tool for traffic - organic traffic from search engines.

You'll also want good on-page SEO to help with those rankings and the instructions in this book helps with that.


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9. I own a desktop computer. I do not own a printer, scanner, video recorder, digital camera, smart phone, or any other electronic equipment. What, if any, additional equipment will I need?
Other than a computer the one thing that could come in handy - depending on your topic - would be a camera but even that is not necessary. If you're writing about a hobby like sewing or crochet then it would be beneficial to have a camera so you could take photos of your work to share on your blog posts.

However, let's say you write about TV sitcoms - you aren't going to need to take pictures of your own. Instead, you could use YouTube videos that have embedding enabled (you can tell underneath each YouTube video) and put those in your posts to add color and interest to your posts. You can also make images using free tools (instructions inside the book) to add color and images to your posts.


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10. I LOVE the following subjects: Chicago, the Southwest, trains, self-help, world peace without partisan politics, old TV sitcoms, and especially giving advice and feedback when my friends ask for it about personal problems.

Which of these would be really good niches for a blog?
I would go with any of those ideas except the last one. Giving advice to friends could lead to an advice-column sort of blog but I think you might find it harder to come up with post ideas than you would for the other topics.

Self-help is a bit competitive so I'd take that one down to a subniche within the self-help niche. Instead of covering "self-help" you might write about "how to achieve your career goals", for example. Start narrow and work up.

There's an exercise in the book that will help you choose the best out of all of those topics.

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11. I've had difficulty understanding pixels and images. Do you describe this in great detail?
That's not covered in the book but mostly because you won't need to know that much about pixels unless you're going to use lots of your own images inside your posts.

A few quick tips, though - use JPEG images in WordPress instead of PNG. They load more quickly and site speed is a factor in ranking.

WordPress will show the image at the size specified by settings in WordPress and your theme. Upload an image that's smaller than what will be displayed and it could be fuzzy. Upload an image that's larger than what will be displayed and it can slow down your site a bit. Stick with images that are at least 300px wide and the relative pixels in height and you'll eventually get a feel for whether or not you need to go larger than that for a good image display.


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12. Other than a domain name and hosting, what other expenses will I have, and about how much might they be?
You won't need to buy anything else.

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH ERICA FOR YOUR TIME AND HELP. I APPRECIATE IT!!!

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You're very welcome!

Sincerely,

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How does this differ from your simple 60 at Simple60 for $547.00 please?
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How does this differ from your simple 60 at Simple60 for $547.00 please?
Good question. My guess is Erica's 1 On 1 email coaching that does not appear to be offered in this WSO is the difference. Her support here does not rise to the level that qualifies as 1 On 1 "coaching" in my view.

Erica will make things clear in short time I am sure.
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How does this differ from your simple 60 at Simple60 for $547.00 please?
Rob's correct - my Simple 60 at $547 was an 8 week, one-on-one coaching program. Many of the assignments from that program became the foundation for this course. Thanks!


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Good question. My guess is Erica's 1 On 1 email coaching that does not appear to be offered in this WSO is the difference. Her support here does not rise to the level that qualifies as 1 On 1 "coaching".

Erica will make things clear in short time I am sure.
Thanks, Rob - exactly!

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How does this differ from your simple 60 at Simple60 for $547.00 please?
Originally Posted by rob54 View Post

Good question. My guess is Erica's 1 On 1 email coaching that does not appear to be offered in this WSO is the difference. Her support here does not rise to the level that qualifies as 1 On 1 "coaching" in my view.

Erica will make things clear in short time I am sure.
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Rob's correct - my Simple 60 at $547 was an 8 week, one-on-one coaching program. Many of the assignments from that program became the foundation for this course. Thanks!

Thanks, Rob - exactly!

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Thanks for the quick reply.

That's quite a difference in money.

So this is the cliff's notes or meat and potatoes without the live coaching then right?
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Thanks for the quick reply.

That's quite a difference in money.

So this is the cliff's notes or meat and potatoes without the live coaching then right?
It is a big difference in price but my coaching is true hand-holding. The coaching was customized to each student and their niche so the monetization methods were different in some cases, the way the sites were structured were different, different WordPress themes and layouts, etc. I go through all of the students' posts, provide feedback, check their site to make sure the on-page SEO stays in place and that they're leveraging all on-page SEO opportunities plus we covered Pinterest and Facebook (not covered in this book as I have other books on those subjects).

However, this is still a very thorough blueprint where I've taken as much as I can from the questions received during coaching to help someone build the same kind of site but without the higher cost of a coaching program. I'd call it meat and potatoes.

Thanks!

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Hi Erica,
Sadly, when it comes to you, I am one of those that reads the headline on the way down to the buy button so that I have a hint on what I am about to buy. I buy it, then I go back and read the copy that I just bypassed so that it whets the need to read my new purchase.

I've never been dissatisfied with anything that I've purchased of yours and that has probably been about everything. Didn't buy the coaching program however. Wanted to, but didn't have the time when it was offered. I greatly appreciate your style and candor and look forward to your next offering!

Thanks!

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P.S. Love your new hairdo by the way! ;-)

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Hi Erica,

Thanks for your response. I sent you an email for more clarification last night. I tried to buy the course this morning and the payment page is refusing my phone details (my phone number is +2348060477306).

Is there a way out?

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Disclosure - I didn't get a review copy. This is a genuine buyer's review.

I have to admit that I have bought relatively few of Erica Stone's products. Why? Simply because most of them focus on Amazon, and that is not my business model.

I did buy a couple of them earlier in the year, and was highly impressed. I've got another two on my shopping list, as they relate to traffic sources and not to specific monetisation methods.

There is no point in going over old ground here, although the basics need to be mentioned as readers may not have read my previous reviews.

With Erica Stone's products, you get a highly professional, well written PDF containing clear and concise instruction, which is based on personal research and experience. You don't get ten hours of boring video to use instead of sleeping pills, you don't get something that you read last week on another marketer's free blog post, and you don't get spammed to death with a dozen silly upsells before you get access to what you pay for.

Imagine what would happen if a typical WSO marketer took over a McDonald's franchise -

Customer: I'd like a hamburger, please.
Seller: Certainly, sir! One extremely dangerous raw hamburger, ideal for causing gastroenteritis, coming right up! Or, you could buy our cooked version OTO hamburger for $10 extra, and save yourself $20 on stomach pills!
Customer: Oh, dear. I thought the regular price burger would be cooked?
Seller: We're under new management, sir! Now, would you like a bread roll in which to place your OTO cooked hamburger? We can do that as a deluxe double OTO for an extra $50! It will save your hands getting burned, and save you $100 in laundry bills for your greasy shirt and trousers!
Customer: Oh, OK, then.
Seller: Would you like the burger to go cold in two minutes, or would you like the triple OTO version in a plastic container? For an extra $75, we can give you our limited edition collectors special container with a 9-year old PLR product printed on the outside!
Customer: I'll take the regular container. If I could read, I wouldn't need to eat in McDonald's.
Seller: And I take it you would like fries with your burger? I strongly recommend the large portion, as fries are much more contented in a large group. The small portions often go rancid and odious, and the janitor throws his cigarette butts into the fryer as he's too lazy to reach the ashtray. Still, your choice.
Customer: I just wanted the burger, actually.
Seller: Oh, did you! In that case, I will serve the twenty VIP customers behind you and come back to you at the end. Remember, the price rises by $10 with each sale, so you can stand over there and work out what you will have to pay. If you want to sit down instead, we can do an OTO seated version of your wait time for an extra $40.
(Half an hour elapses)
Seller: Ah! You're the cheapskate who just wanted the burger, aren't you? Now that you've gotten even more hungry for half an hour, and the burger has gone stone cold, I take it we can interest you in an OTO reheat for an extra $500?
Customer: I tell you what, old chap, why don't you eat the cold burger while I go across the road for a KFC, OK?

So, Erica Stone leaves all of that out, and just sells you what you wanted to buy in the first place. The result? People wait on Erica Stone's launches, and the products sell large numbers of copies before the thread is even one day old.

There's a clue in there somewhere.

Anyway, back to this product. Why did I buy it? Because I am a writer. This is something I can do. In fact, it is probably something I should have been doing for a long time.

I actually bought a domain name on All Hallows Eve for this very purpose. Talk about synchronicity and being in the right place at the right time! I must have psychically known that this product was coming out. Maybe I can sell buyers of this report a psychic reading as a $5,000 OTO? Or, a workshop in doing your own psychic readings for $20,000, a DVD set of the workshop for a $7,500 upsell, and a series of seminars in marketing your skills as a psychic and becoming world famous for $15,000 each?

As you can tell, I've been on the Warrior Forum for far too long.

There are 13 chapters. You can read the entire PDF in well under two hours, and then get back to running your business while the video addicts decompose in their easy chairs. The second chapter is the first really important one, as it gives you instruction for discovering what you should be writing about. I didn't need this, as I already knew, but for those who don't know this is as good a way as any of narrowing down the choices and finding out what works.

The third chapter is literally brilliant. It overcomes the biggest problem that would-be bloggers face, before the problem even arises. That problem is the continuous creation of content, and this factor plays the biggest part in people never getting started. The instruction here will not only give you the way to get round that problem, it will give you the ideas you need for enough posts to populate a site for months before you even register the domain or build the site. This chapter alone is worth the price of the book.

The fourth chapter follows on from the third, and uses the data you've gleaned in that previous chapter to quickly solve the problem of which categories you need to be blogging under. This isn't the most serious problem in the world, as you can change or add categories at any time, and even move old posts from one category to another, but it will save you time if you can get this somewhere near right before you even start the blog.

There is good, sound advice given on choosing a domain name. Again, I didn't need it because I've already got a domain registered for this purpose, but for those who haven't, these are the right steps to take. The only addition I would like to see in this section is a warning for people not to register domains with the same business entity from which they buy their hosting. If your host is also your domain registrar, and something goes seriously wrong, you will lose your entire business. If your host is not your domain registrar, and something goes seriously wrong, you can just sign up with a different host and then change the nameservers to point at that new host. This way, if your files are backed up, you will save your entire business. I know. I saved mine in 2014.

There are no such dire warnings needed in the Wordpress set-up instructions, which are in a separate document, and are excellent. There is no telling you to use one-click install gimmicks such as Fantastico (which should be called Diabolical-o as it creates security risks which could take your business down if you don't correct them), instead, you are advised to install Wordpress correctly. This is followed by the installation and setting of several plug-ins, including one which even changes the slug of your log-in screen. Nice!

The creating content sections contain tips I had not come across before. There is a link to an online headline analyser, and templates are provided to make post creation easier. You will still have to create the unique content, though. Don't think you can just copy and paste from somewhere else and get away with it. This is definitely not a Make $10,000,000 a week in your smelly underwear without doing anything type of WSO. You will need to work!

There is even a free traffic method built in to the way the posts are created, other than the obvious one of trying to pick up search traffic. You will need to buy another product in order to make this work, but it could bring you visitors every day for the entire life of the blog.

Monetisation is kept classically simple, with contextual advertising and affiliate networks. I'm glad to see the one beginning with 'R' listed in there, as it runs the Udemy affiliate program. You can find courses there for just about every subject under the sun, and people pay silly amounts of money to buy into them.

There are many other ways to take monetisation way beyond these simple steps, and the ideas are given in an expansion section at the end. This is as it should be, as there is no point in spending time and money on these steps until the blog is gaining decent traffic.

You could also expand your traffic generation way beyond what is given in this book, especially by repurposing the content which you have created for the blog posts. That is probably the subject for another book, though, and it would take away from the initial task of getting the blog set up and getting into a content creation routine. The traffic generating methods given here are semi-automatic, and will be the best place to start.

Verdict this one delivers again. It will allow anyone with reasonable writing skills and enough money for hosting and a domain to overcome the initial dread of having to produce endless content, and it will do so in a way that will get them quickly into a content creation routine. What was once thought of as impossible then becomes easy, because you are doing it consistently.

By the way, this review is over 1600 words long, so it could have been written as a blog post. There is no substitute for practising. If you made it to the end, I admire your staying power.

The Warrior Forum admins and the OP can contact me by PM for details of where to send the cheque.
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Wow Erica,

You promote (another) unbelievably TRUE VALUE product, (as are all your products), and you get enough banter to write another interesting product.

What to call it?

Response Training for Budding Affiliate Marketers ... or something like that.

Your time is valuable ... and yet for the few measly dollars you ask for a product that is one of the most valuable honest products you could find (about being a successful Blogger / Affiliate Marketer) you have a readership / potential customer base that expects you to sit at your PC for several hours and explain yourself.

I understand there are some readers that are still getting to know that you CANNOT / DO NOT sell rubbish; but there are multitudes of positive customers who love you and provide SO MUCH positive feedback that you really don't need to be "quizzed" like you have been (above) by some of the readers of this offer.

To those whom I refer to .... TAKE A LEAP OF FAITH !! .... it is only a few measly dollars that has far more value than the couple of cups of coffee you could have purchased with the money.

To use an Aussie saying ... Fair Dinkum ! Just do it and let Erica have a bit of time to herself.
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Erica I am sending you a private message. Please check it when you get the chance to.

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Can someone help me how to make a purchase of the the program.
The payment page is rejecting my phone and zip code (I am from Nigeria)

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As I read through the email about this book/course, I thought there would be no way I could afford it right now. It covers a lot of stuff and surely would cost over $100.

But when I checked out the price on here, I couldn't believe it could be selling for so cheap! So I snatched up a copy quick, in case it was a mistake and the price would jump up significantly!

I have a couple other products of Erika's and know she produces great quality that is easy to follow and put into action. I'm looking forward to picking up some great tips and what sounds like a new way to look at blogging. I think this is what I need to get motivated again.
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Originally Posted by Andrew_Wardle View Post

Disclosure - I didn't get a review copy. This is a genuine buyer's review.

I have to admit that I have bought relatively few of Erica Stone's products. Why? Simply because most of them focus on Amazon, and that is not my business model.

I did buy a couple of them earlier in the year, and was highly impressed. I've got another two on my shopping list, as they relate to traffic sources and not to specific monetisation methods.

There is no point in going over old ground here, although the basics need to be mentioned as readers may not have read my previous reviews.

With Erica Stone's products, you get a highly professional, well written PDF containing clear and concise instruction, which is based on personal research and experience. You don't get ten hours of boring video to use instead of sleeping pills, you don't get something that you read last week on another marketer's free blog post, and you don't get spammed to death with a dozen silly upsells before you get access to what you pay for.

Imagine what would happen if a typical WSO marketer took over a McDonald's franchise -

Customer: I'd like a hamburger, please.
Seller: Certainly, sir! One extremely dangerous raw hamburger, ideal for causing gastroenteritis, coming right up! Or, you could buy our cooked version OTO hamburger for $10 extra, and save yourself $20 on stomach pills!
Customer: Oh, dear. I thought the regular price burger would be cooked?
Seller: We're under new management, sir! Now, would you like a bread roll in which to place your OTO cooked hamburger? We can do that as a deluxe double OTO for an extra $50! It will save your hands getting burned, and save you $100 in laundry bills for your greasy shirt and trousers!
Customer: Oh, OK, then.
Seller: Would you like the burger to go cold in two minutes, or would you like the triple OTO version in a plastic container? For an extra $75, we can give you our limited edition collectors special container with a 9-year old PLR product printed on the outside!
Customer: I'll take the regular container. If I could read, I wouldn't need to eat in McDonald's.
Seller: And I take it you would like fries with your burger? I strongly recommend the large portion, as fries are much more contented in a large group. The small portions often go rancid and odious, and the janitor throws his cigarette butts into the fryer as he's too lazy to reach the ashtray. Still, your choice.
Customer: I just wanted the burger, actually.
Seller: Oh, did you! In that case, I will serve the twenty VIP customers behind you and come back to you at the end. Remember, the price rises by $10 with each sale, so you can stand over there and work out what you will have to pay. If you want to sit down instead, we can do an OTO seated version of your wait time for an extra $40.
(Half an hour elapses)
Seller: Ah! You're the cheapskate who just wanted the burger, aren't you? Now that you've gotten even more hungry for half an hour, and the burger has gone stone cold, I take it we can interest you in an OTO reheat for an extra $500?
Customer: I tell you what, old chap, why don't you eat the cold burger while I go across the road for a KFC, OK?

So, Erica Stone leaves all of that out, and just sells you what you wanted to buy in the first place. The result? People wait on Erica Stone's launches, and the products sell large numbers of copies before the thread is even one day old.

There's a clue in there somewhere.

Anyway, back to this product. Why did I buy it? Because I am a writer. This is something I can do. In fact, it is probably something I should have been doing for a long time.

I actually bought a domain name on All Hallows Eve for this very purpose. Talk about synchronicity and being in the right place at the right time! I must have psychically known that this product was coming out. Maybe I can sell buyers of this report a psychic reading as a $5,000 OTO? Or, a workshop in doing your own psychic readings for $20,000, a DVD set of the workshop for a $7,500 upsell, and a series of seminars in marketing your skills as a psychic and becoming world famous for $15,000 each?

As you can tell, I've been on the Warrior Forum for far too long.

There are 13 chapters. You can read the entire PDF in well under two hours, and then get back to running your business while the video addicts decompose in their easy chairs. The second chapter is the first really important one, as it gives you instruction for discovering what you should be writing about. I didn't need this, as I already knew, but for those who don't know this is as good a way as any of narrowing down the choices and finding out what works.

The third chapter is literally brilliant. It overcomes the biggest problem that would-be bloggers face, before the problem even arises. That problem is the continuous creation of content, and this factor plays the biggest part in people never getting started. The instruction here will not only give you the way to get round that problem, it will give you the ideas you need for enough posts to populate a site for months before you even register the domain or build the site. This chapter alone is worth the price of the book.

The fourth chapter follows on from the third, and uses the data you've gleaned in that previous chapter to quickly solve the problem of which categories you need to be blogging under. This isn't the most serious problem in the world, as you can change or add categories at any time, and even move old posts from one category to another, but it will save you time if you can get this somewhere near right before you even start the blog.

There is good, sound advice given on choosing a domain name. Again, I didn't need it because I've already got a domain registered for this purpose, but for those who haven't, these are the right steps to take. The only addition I would like to see in this section is a warning for people not to register domains with the same business entity from which they buy their hosting. If your host is also your domain registrar, and something goes seriously wrong, you will lose your entire business. If your host is not your domain registrar, and something goes seriously wrong, you can just sign up with a different host and then change the nameservers to point at that new host. This way, if your files are backed up, you will save your entire business. I know. I saved mine in 2014.

There are no such dire warnings needed in the Wordpress set-up instructions, which are in a separate document, and are excellent. There is no telling you to use one-click install gimmicks such as Fantastico (which should be called Diabolical-o as it creates security risks which could take your business down if you don't correct them), instead, you are advised to install Wordpress correctly. This is followed by the installation and setting of several plug-ins, including one which even changes the slug of your log-in screen. Nice!

The creating content sections contain tips I had not come across before. There is a link to an online headline analyser, and templates are provided to make post creation easier. You will still have to create the unique content, though. Don't think you can just copy and paste from somewhere else and get away with it. This is definitely not a Make $10,000,000 a week in your smelly underwear without doing anything type of WSO. You will need to work!

There is even a free traffic method built in to the way the posts are created, other than the obvious one of trying to pick up search traffic. You will need to buy another product in order to make this work, but it could bring you visitors every day for the entire life of the blog.

Monetisation is kept classically simple, with contextual advertising and affiliate networks. I'm glad to see the one beginning with 'R' listed in there, as it runs the Udemy affiliate program. You can find courses there for just about every subject under the sun, and people pay silly amounts of money to buy into them.

There are many other ways to take monetisation way beyond these simple steps, and the ideas are given in an expansion section at the end. This is as it should be, as there is no point in spending time and money on these steps until the blog is gaining decent traffic.

You could also expand your traffic generation way beyond what is given in this book, especially by repurposing the content which you have created for the blog posts. That is probably the subject for another book, though, and it would take away from the initial task of getting the blog set up and getting into a content creation routine. The traffic generating methods given here are semi-automatic, and will be the best place to start.

Verdict this one delivers again. It will allow anyone with reasonable writing skills and enough money for hosting and a domain to overcome the initial dread of having to produce endless content, and it will do so in a way that will get them quickly into a content creation routine. What was once thought of as impossible then becomes easy, because you are doing it consistently.

By the way, this review is over 1600 words long, so it could have been written as a blog post. There is no substitute for practising. If you made it to the end, I admire your staying power.

The Warrior Forum admins and the OP can contact me by PM for details of where to send the cheque.
Awesome review Andrew_Wardle,
Detailed and super helpful. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by TraderG View Post

Hi Erica,
Sadly, when it comes to you, I am one of those that reads the headline on the way down to the buy button so that I have a hint on what I am about to buy. I buy it, then I go back and read the copy that I just bypassed so that it whets the need to read my new purchase.

I've never been dissatisfied with anything that I've purchased of yours and that has probably been about everything. Didn't buy the coaching program however. Wanted to, but didn't have the time when it was offered. I greatly appreciate your style and candor and look forward to your next offering!

Thanks!

Gary

P.S. Love your new hairdo by the way! ;-)
Gary - thanks! Although the hairdo is hardly new. The other picture was just way out of date! LOL!

Thank you for your continued faith in me and let me know if you need anything!

Sincerely,

Erica


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Hi Erica,

Thanks for your response. I sent you an email for more clarification last night. I tried to buy the course this morning and the payment page is refusing my phone details (my phone number is +2348060477306).

Is there a way out?

Regards
Tajudeen
Tajudeen - I've just an email to you with a solution. Thanks!


Originally Posted by Andrew_Wardle View Post

Disclosure - I didn't get a review copy. This is a genuine buyer's review.

I have to admit that I have bought relatively few of Erica Stone's products. Why? Simply because most of them focus on Amazon, and that is not my business model.

I did buy a couple of them earlier in the year, and was highly impressed. I've got another two on my shopping list, as they relate to traffic sources and not to specific monetisation methods.

There is no point in going over old ground here, although the basics need to be mentioned as readers may not have read my previous reviews.

With Erica Stone's products, you get a highly professional, well written PDF containing clear and concise instruction, which is based on personal research and experience. You don't get ten hours of boring video to use instead of sleeping pills, you don't get something that you read last week on another marketer's free blog post, and you don't get spammed to death with a dozen silly upsells before you get access to what you pay for.

Imagine what would happen if a typical WSO marketer took over a McDonald's franchise -

Customer: I'd like a hamburger, please.
Seller: Certainly, sir! One extremely dangerous raw hamburger, ideal for causing gastroenteritis, coming right up! Or, you could buy our cooked version OTO hamburger for $10 extra, and save yourself $20 on stomach pills!
Customer: Oh, dear. I thought the regular price burger would be cooked?
Seller: We're under new management, sir! Now, would you like a bread roll in which to place your OTO cooked hamburger? We can do that as a deluxe double OTO for an extra $50! It will save your hands getting burned, and save you $100 in laundry bills for your greasy shirt and trousers!
Customer: Oh, OK, then.
Seller: Would you like the burger to go cold in two minutes, or would you like the triple OTO version in a plastic container? For an extra $75, we can give you our limited edition collectors special container with a 9-year old PLR product printed on the outside!
Customer: I'll take the regular container. If I could read, I wouldn't need to eat in McDonald's.
Seller: And I take it you would like fries with your burger? I strongly recommend the large portion, as fries are much more contented in a large group. The small portions often go rancid and odious, and the janitor throws his cigarette butts into the fryer as he's too lazy to reach the ashtray. Still, your choice.
Customer: I just wanted the burger, actually.
Seller: Oh, did you! In that case, I will serve the twenty VIP customers behind you and come back to you at the end. Remember, the price rises by $10 with each sale, so you can stand over there and work out what you will have to pay. If you want to sit down instead, we can do an OTO seated version of your wait time for an extra $40.
(Half an hour elapses)
Seller: Ah! You're the cheapskate who just wanted the burger, aren't you? Now that you've gotten even more hungry for half an hour, and the burger has gone stone cold, I take it we can interest you in an OTO reheat for an extra $500?
Customer: I tell you what, old chap, why don't you eat the cold burger while I go across the road for a KFC, OK?

So, Erica Stone leaves all of that out, and just sells you what you wanted to buy in the first place. The result? People wait on Erica Stone's launches, and the products sell large numbers of copies before the thread is even one day old.

There's a clue in there somewhere.

Anyway, back to this product. Why did I buy it? Because I am a writer. This is something I can do. In fact, it is probably something I should have been doing for a long time.

I actually bought a domain name on All Hallows Eve for this very purpose. Talk about synchronicity and being in the right place at the right time! I must have psychically known that this product was coming out. Maybe I can sell buyers of this report a psychic reading as a $5,000 OTO? Or, a workshop in doing your own psychic readings for $20,000, a DVD set of the workshop for a $7,500 upsell, and a series of seminars in marketing your skills as a psychic and becoming world famous for $15,000 each?

As you can tell, I've been on the Warrior Forum for far too long.

There are 13 chapters. You can read the entire PDF in well under two hours, and then get back to running your business while the video addicts decompose in their easy chairs. The second chapter is the first really important one, as it gives you instruction for discovering what you should be writing about. I didn't need this, as I already knew, but for those who don't know this is as good a way as any of narrowing down the choices and finding out what works.

The third chapter is literally brilliant. It overcomes the biggest problem that would-be bloggers face, before the problem even arises. That problem is the continuous creation of content, and this factor plays the biggest part in people never getting started. The instruction here will not only give you the way to get round that problem, it will give you the ideas you need for enough posts to populate a site for months before you even register the domain or build the site. This chapter alone is worth the price of the book.

The fourth chapter follows on from the third, and uses the data you've gleaned in that previous chapter to quickly solve the problem of which categories you need to be blogging under. This isn't the most serious problem in the world, as you can change or add categories at any time, and even move old posts from one category to another, but it will save you time if you can get this somewhere near right before you even start the blog.

There is good, sound advice given on choosing a domain name. Again, I didn't need it because I've already got a domain registered for this purpose, but for those who haven't, these are the right steps to take. The only addition I would like to see in this section is a warning for people not to register domains with the same business entity from which they buy their hosting. If your host is also your domain registrar, and something goes seriously wrong, you will lose your entire business. If your host is not your domain registrar, and something goes seriously wrong, you can just sign up with a different host and then change the nameservers to point at that new host. This way, if your files are backed up, you will save your entire business. I know. I saved mine in 2014.

There are no such dire warnings needed in the Wordpress set-up instructions, which are in a separate document, and are excellent. There is no telling you to use one-click install gimmicks such as Fantastico (which should be called Diabolical-o as it creates security risks which could take your business down if you don't correct them), instead, you are advised to install Wordpress correctly. This is followed by the installation and setting of several plug-ins, including one which even changes the slug of your log-in screen. Nice!

The creating content sections contain tips I had not come across before. There is a link to an online headline analyser, and templates are provided to make post creation easier. You will still have to create the unique content, though. Don't think you can just copy and paste from somewhere else and get away with it. This is definitely not a Make $10,000,000 a week in your smelly underwear without doing anything type of WSO. You will need to work!

There is even a free traffic method built in to the way the posts are created, other than the obvious one of trying to pick up search traffic. You will need to buy another product in order to make this work, but it could bring you visitors every day for the entire life of the blog.

Monetisation is kept classically simple, with contextual advertising and affiliate networks. I'm glad to see the one beginning with 'R' listed in there, as it runs the Udemy affiliate program. You can find courses there for just about every subject under the sun, and people pay silly amounts of money to buy into them.

There are many other ways to take monetisation way beyond these simple steps, and the ideas are given in an expansion section at the end. This is as it should be, as there is no point in spending time and money on these steps until the blog is gaining decent traffic.

You could also expand your traffic generation way beyond what is given in this book, especially by repurposing the content which you have created for the blog posts. That is probably the subject for another book, though, and it would take away from the initial task of getting the blog set up and getting into a content creation routine. The traffic generating methods given here are semi-automatic, and will be the best place to start.

Verdict this one delivers again. It will allow anyone with reasonable writing skills and enough money for hosting and a domain to overcome the initial dread of having to produce endless content, and it will do so in a way that will get them quickly into a content creation routine. What was once thought of as impossible then becomes easy, because you are doing it consistently.

By the way, this review is over 1600 words long, so it could have been written as a blog post. There is no substitute for practising. If you made it to the end, I admire your staying power.

The Warrior Forum admins and the OP can contact me by PM for details of where to send the cheque.
Andrew - I really should be sending you a cheque (that seems so odd to write as the US spelling is different but didn't want you to think I was correcting you).

I can't thank you enough for the time it took you to not only go through the material and think through it analytically but also to craft such a detailed (and entertaining) review. Thank you, thank you!

I'm also pleased you saw value in the material and in the way things were set up (WordPress, for example). And as much as I've personally chosen to ignore the advice to buy domains from a source separate from my hosting provider because I just don't want to mess around with getting the DNS populated I will have to reconsider based on the fact that you personally experienced an issue with this as recent as 2014. I'd hoped that was simply old noise.

I did read all the way through, by the way, and loved every word.

Sincerely,

Erica


Originally Posted by savvysteve View Post

Wow Erica,

You promote (another) unbelievably TRUE VALUE product, (as are all your products), and you get enough banter to write another interesting product.

What to call it?

Response Training for Budding Affiliate Marketers ... or something like that.

Your time is valuable ... and yet for the few measly dollars you ask for a product that is one of the most valuable honest products you could find (about being a successful Blogger / Affiliate Marketer) you have a readership / potential customer base that expects you to sit at your PC for several hours and explain yourself.

I understand there are some readers that are still getting to know that you CANNOT / DO NOT sell rubbish; but there are multitudes of positive customers who love you and provide SO MUCH positive feedback that you really don't need to be "quizzed" like you have been (above) by some of the readers of this offer.

To those whom I refer to .... TAKE A LEAP OF FAITH !! .... it is only a few measly dollars that has far more value than the couple of cups of coffee you could have purchased with the money.

To use an Aussie saying ... Fair Dinkum ! Just do it and let Erica have a bit of time to herself.
You're too kind! And I do love a good Aussie saying!

I truly don't mind the questions (but I love you standing up for my personal time - my hubby would thank you!).

They're such a great way for me to see what challenges my audience the most - what concerns they might have, what doubts cause them to not follow through, what questions get in the way of being able to take action. Keeps me on my toes and in tune!

Plus, I get to answer a question where more people will get to see the answer. I really should be taking the emails I receive and turning the answers into a book or blog because I write a TON through one-on-one emails.

But you're allowed to beg for mercy on my behalf any day!

Thanks!

Sincerely,

Erica


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Erica I am sending you a private message. Please check it when you get the chance to.

Gorgeous Lucky Bitch,
Shana Jahsinta Walters.
No problem, Shana. I've just responded. Let me know if you need more suggestions!

Thanks!

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As I read through the email about this book/course, I thought there would be no way I could afford it right now. It covers a lot of stuff and surely would cost over $100.

But when I checked out the price on here, I couldn't believe it could be selling for so cheap! So I snatched up a copy quick, in case it was a mistake and the price would jump up significantly!

I have a couple other products of Erika's and know she produces great quality that is easy to follow and put into action. I'm looking forward to picking up some great tips and what sounds like a new way to look at blogging. I think this is what I need to get motivated again.
I truly do hope it motivates you to get going and please remember that I'm just an email away if you have questions or if you just need someone to tell you that you really can do this!

Sincerely,

Erica

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Awesome review Andrew_Wardle,
Detailed and super helpful. Thanks!
I absolutely second that. Thanks!

Sincerely,

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Hi Erica,

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Simple 60 Blogging by Erica Stones is a complete and comprehensive WSO that has come out in recent times. Apart from the main guide, it consists of other materials such as WordPress setup instructions, Templates for Blogging Posts, a unique Design Theme and Content Planner spread sheet. It is definitely worth more than the asking price.
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This Guide is an A to Z learning of how to be a successful Blogger in your favourite subject in the short span of sixty days. Whether you are new to blogging or a veteran, this WSO is definitely a Reference Book to be referred back often.

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Just bought and like to know can i use adsense alternative instead since i was banned sometime back. Also i like to know can i have multiple similar niche group together on the blog instead one niche one blog ratio?

Something like Buzzfeed

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did you cover how to get contents easily for our niche blogs? getting accepted on google seems hard these days? whats ur take on this?
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Any chance you're going to do a BF offer?
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Just bought and like to know can i use adsense alternative instead since i was banned sometime back. Also i like to know can i have multiple similar niche group together on the blog instead one niche one blog ratio?

Something like Buzzfeed

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Yong Kian, you should be able to use one of the alternative monetization methods. It might depend on the country you're in as to which will be available to you but there's almost always one of them that will work.

You could cover more than one topic in your blog but I find it's best if you start the blog with a focus on one topic. Then, after you gain traction for that one topic and have some traffic coming in, add your next topic. Otherwise, you might find that visitors don't stay on your site as long because they can't find more than one or two posts about the topic that originally brought them to your site.

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did you cover how to get contents easily for our niche blogs? getting accepted on google seems hard these days? whats ur take on this?
I walk you through how to develop tons of IDEAS for your posts, how to organize them, and then provide templates you can use to guide your writing for those posts but I don't talk about how to write or where to get other content if that's the area with which you need help.

When you say "getting accepted by Google" do you mean ranking or do you mean for Adsense? Adsense can be a challenge but they're just looking for a quality site with some meat to it so content counts and it helps if you have a good number of posts on the site and keep growing it after you put Adsense in place.

If you mean ranking is difficult these days, it can be but it has always required some kind of effort or another. Finding other traffic methods to fill in the gaps between creating your site and ranking well helps and I find Pinterest to be one of the easiest traffic sources to use when it comes to blogs.

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Any chance you're going to do a BF offer?
I wasn't planning on it for this one but a good reminder to me to see about doing that for my other products and for next year, too.

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Erica, seems like I missed out on this when it was new, it now costs way too much for me at $22 shame really as I love your stuff.
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