Easy Intern Assignment: Blogging with Yaro Starak
In this Easy Intern Assignment we will walk you through how to use blogging in your business to build your customer base and ultimately your buyers list. We will walk you through how to: set up your blog; write great content for it; market it; and monetize it.
Your faculty member for this Easy Intern Assignment is Yaro Starak.
Yaro Starak is a professional blogger, best known for Entrepreneurs-Journey.com, a blog that teaches people how to start a successful Internet business, read by over 90,000 subscribers.
A true entrepreneur, in the last ten years Yaro's started an English school, an online proofreading business, bought and sold websites for profit and consulted on Internet businesses.
Today, Yaro is focused on his passion – blogging. He consistently earns over $20,000 per month from his blog and launched a coaching program, http://www.blogmastermind.com, to help others replicate his blogging success.
Yaro spent 8 months of 2008 traveling around the world, visiting 25 different cities including London, Paris, Amsterdam, New York, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Dubai and Singapore, all the while writing to his blog from each city and running his business.
Yaro truly lives the 2-hour work day lifestyle, with ample freedom to enjoy life while making a well above average income thanks to the Internet.
On This Blogging Training With Yaro We'll Reveal...
|Why EVERY single business needs a blog||The difference between blogging TACTICS and blogging STRATEGY|
|7 different ways to drive HOARDS of traffic to your blog (your intern will be able to do all of these for you)||What "pillar articles" are and how they can flood your site with traffic (and how your intern can quickly and easily write these for you)|
|The 2 core principles for successful blogging||How "controversy" and "top list" strategies can explode your blogs readership and popularity|
|The top 3 things your intern can do to explode your blog traffic||The 4 simple steps to turning your blog into a money machine|
|Why interviews are important, and why interviewing your competition is even MORE important|