So You Think You Can Blog
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So You Think You Can Blog

How I made $100,000 in a year blogging. Learn the exact process to start your own blog and make money.
4.7 (10 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
117 students enrolled
Created by Chris Antoni
Last updated 5/2013
Price: $25
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
What Will I Learn?
  • Over $100 in Bonuses
  • More Than 25 Supplementary Materials
  • Drive Massive Traffic to Your Websites
  • Make Crazy Stupid Amounts of Money
  • Enjoy Blogging About Your Hobbies and Passions
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  • Interest in Making Big Money Online from Blogging

Learn the 10 Crazy Stupid things Chris Antoni did to earn $100,000 his first year blogging. This incredible true story is told throughout approximately two hours of video content. Chris Antoni has plenty of information to share with you in this video series on how to make money from blogging, but he also doesn't want you to stop learning once the videos end. To ensure this, he has included over $100 in bonuses, such ebooks, tools, and other supporting materials. The combined value of this course is probably closer to $200, but Chris has generously agreed to reduce his price for a limited time here at Udemy.

Who is the target audience?
  • If You Want Money and Traffic
  • Bloggers
  • Internet Business Owners
  • Potential Entrepreneurs
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
2 Lectures 16:15

The ladder concept, picking the right hobby to blog about, why blog in the first place, and so much more. Check the Supplementary Materials for my ebook, "Black Sheep", which I'm giving away to say thanks for buying this video series. It is a $37 value, and will put you in the right mindset for this course.

Preview 16:15

Download the PDF file under "downloadable materials" to view the slideshow with links you can click on.
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10 Crazy Stupid Things I Did To Make $100,000
10 Lectures 01:24:50

The core behind making money online is the "List." To build one, I recommend using Aweber (see supplementary material for how to get it for just $1). But it's not just about getting a list up and running; you need to listen to your subscribers. In this lecture I will explain that listening is the biggest difference between teaching and just handing out crappy free stuff.

Building Your List

Enjoy my $47 ebook "The Why People Course" which should help you learn to embrace your competition as opportunities for collaboration. It is one of my best books, despite being my first, and spans over 150 pages. Definitely worth a read whenever you get the chance.

Your site name doesn't matter. Seriously, all you have to do is make use of the "pipe trick" as explained in the video. You'll never have to worry again about SEO after watching this video.
Site Names

Getting links to your website is essential to both surviving and thriving online. Links are the lifeblood that bring you new subscribers and money, so it's important to make sure that you spend 80% of your time off your own blog. Enjoy my $20 product "Twitter Feeder 2" (Free with the course!) which will help you to grow your Twitter following extremely fast.

Delivering content consistently helps to establish your presence in the "main stream" of your niche/hobby. Here are tips to expand upon that concept and literally become a household name amongst the visitors of your section of the internet.
Becoming a Household Name

Your old content is the backbone of your website. If all you're doing right now is allowing these pages to collect dust, then you have much to learn from this particular lecture!
Using Old Content

Contrary to popular belief, your absolute best, killer posts are not created for your current audience. They are better suited for convincing new members of your site to subscribe and stick around for the long haul. I'll discuss several examples of killer content in this lecture that should help you get on the right track for creating your own excellent traffic magnets.

Creating Killer Posts

Every subscriber to your blog is a potential worker bee, ready and able to commit their time and talents. The problem is that you have to incentivise them and give them a reason to contribute to your blog. Don't worry, this lecture will show you three examples of how I've done it already in the past with great success.
Managing Your Army

The time has come to ask your audience to buy. But what in the world are you going to sell them!?
Selling Products

The final step to making incredible amounts of money online is creating your own product. You can do it! Your audience wants to buy your ideas by this point and will do so without a second thought. All you have to do is deliver the goods they're asking for. Use my "protect your clickbank products" guide to add a layer of php coded protection to your products.
Creating Your Own Products
1 Lecture 05:17
Time for a parting word and some last minute advice. A few Supplementary Materials are included to keep your mind on track as you move beyond this video series.
Good Luck and Have Fun
About the Instructor
Chris Antoni
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Professional Online Marketer

I have made money online for years by playing video games and blogging about them. After starting my first blog, I earned a cool $800 without any past experience or assistance. In the span of just six months I managed to break the 10,000 subscriber mark. By the first year, I had already cleared $100,000 from blogging about video games.