7 Principles of Launching a Six Figure Blog

Screen shot 2009-12-18 at 11.35.34 AM.pngJust a quick note to point you to a post that I’ve had published on an Australian Blog – The Punch (I wrote it all except for the title :-)).

Seven rules of blogging from a legend of the craft.

It probably won’t be completely new to regular readers of ProBlogger but goes through 7 of the very basic steps that I’ve gone through to grow my photography blog to the point that it’s at today (it just had its first Six Figure month).

I’d be interested to hear your comments on the post over on The Punch.

PS: this was my first guest post on another blog for a long time. I actually found it to be a really interesting process – I’ve not had bloggers block for ages but finding an angle to write a post on someone else’s blog was actually quite a challenge for me and I learned a lot doing it!

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  1. robocopcd says:

    Nice work, Cobber! What a milestone. Sounds like you earned every bloody cent. All power to you!

  2. Hello, with the abundance of crappy blogs around it’s great to see that there are still some filled with fantastic information! Is there any way I can be alerted when you create a new post? thanks!

  3. VipDit says:

    7. Build a Useful Product of Your Own

    This one I guess really helps a lot. But we need traffic for it too. Especially if one has a really good book on some topic, thats the best product to sell.

  4. Reloveution says:

    Thank you for the post, I am really wondering how can I use this to create my own blog post.