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10 Tips for Building a Profitable Blog

Learn the exact methods I used to build a profitable blog to 10,000 email subscribers.
3.7 (126 ratings)
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11,572 students enrolled
Created by Nathan Barry
Published 11/2013
  • 33 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
By the end of this course you should have the tactics necessary to start growing your own blog.
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From July 2012 to August 2013 I built a blog from 0 email subscribers up to 10,000. That enabled me to write and sell ebooks grossing over $200,000. Each of these videos cover ideas that were critical to my success:

  1. Teach everything you know
  2. Average speed
  3. Use email, not social
  4. Price based on value
  5. Use tiered pricing to triple revenue
  6. Establishing expertise
  7. Be definitive
  8. Real feedback requires a credit card
  9. Launch sequences matter
  10. Be personal and authentic

Included with many videos are bonuses resources to help you learn even more!

Who is the target audience?
  • Marketers
  • Bloggers
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Curriculum For This Course
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My First Section
10 Lectures 33:02
Teach everything you know

Average speed

Use email, not social

Price based on value

Use tiered pricing to triple revenue

Establishing Expertise

Be definitive

Real feedback requires a credit card

Launch sequences matter

Be personal and authentic (COMING SOON)
About the Instructor
3.7 Average rating
126 Reviews
11,573 Students
2 Courses
Designer, Founder, Author

Nathan has been designing software with Photoshop for 8 years. In that time he’s suffered through hundreds of tutorials designed to teach photography—not web design. Because of that frustrating learning experience he is determined to teach software professionals exactly what they need to know to design great software.

Nathan is also the founder of ConvertKit and the author of three books on design and marketing. The books are The App Design Handbook, Designing Web Applications, and Authority. His personal blog has more than 25,000 email subscribers.

Two years ago Nathan quit his full time job as a software designer to start building products. Now the three books make over four times his previous salary.

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