A Side-Project You May Be Interested In

Steph Granger, of LandLordMax fame, is editing a book about how to succeed in blogging.  It will be composed of essays and interviews contributed by guest authors.  There are a bunch of big names participating (Seth Godin, John Chow), quite a few folks from our little uISV community (Andy Brice, Ian Landsman, etc), and for some strange reason I was asked to contribute a chapter.

If you’ve got anything you’d like to see me cover, feel free to drop me a line in the comments.  Given that there are marketing folks aplenty on the author list I was thinking of covering some of the technical nuts&bolts of blogging, probably from an SEO angle, but that is hopefully not the only thing I know how to talk about.

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5 Comments on “A Side-Project You May Be Interested In”

  1. Andy Brice Says:

    Are you saying we are not big names? Move over Grodin and Atwood. LOL.

  2. Joey Says:

    I would personally love if you wrote about the “nuts&bolts of blogging” from a SEO angle 🙂

  3. Greg Driver Says:

    I agree. It’s something that you definitely have a vast knowledge in which others could benefit from.

  4. Mason Lyngby Says:

    You know your niche better than anyone else I’ve found on the Internet. I’d like to hear more about how you developed that. I’d also like to hear more about SEO and how you’ve picked up your skills. I read other SEO websites and no other writers present the tactics and skills as clearly with real world examples as you do.

  5. Joey Says:

    I agree with Mason. Right now it seems you have to dig through so much noise to get anything valuable anymore. If you could present easy to comprehend material that covers more than just the “top 10 tricks” (submit your blog to google yada yada) that would be very cool 🙂


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