How to Grow your Blog to Get first 1k Subscribers
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You need to Growth Hack your Blog, using technics that allowed best tech companies to score millions.
And it is never late to learn from the best!
In this course we will learn technics used by three extremely popular bloggers of out times to become popular, attract readers and growth hack their way to the bloggers' Olymp.
Leo Babauta, Oliver Emberton and Tim Ferris shared their secrets of growing. I analysed them, picked the very best and showed you how to use them to the advantage of your blog.
With this course you will be able to:
If you are new to blogging, then the course is for you.
If you blog for some time but would like to make it better and attract more readers - this course if also for you.
If you only think about writing and publishing online - come join us and see for yourself that this is something worth doing!
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Introduction: Why and What You Will Learn HerePreview
|Section 1: How Do You Growth Hack a Blog?|
Here we will learn what exactly is Growth Hacking, why it is so popular and effective nowadays and is it true that you can growth hack someone's blog.
Should you spend money for marketing and ads to attract people to your blog? Well, you surely can, but no, you shouldn't. There is a better way.
Three great blogs.
Three great bloggers.
Four teachers. Three of them are great, and I am the fourth one. At least I know how to learn from those three.
|Section 2: Growth Hack your blog like Leo Babauta of ZenHabits|
Check out Zen Habits official page: http://zenhabits.net
Actually, here we discuss the MOST IMPORTANT rule of writing. If you remember only one thing from the whole course, then this thing should be here.
Here I wanted to give you two headlines for comparison: a boring one and a great one. Bot it would take too much time for coming up with a great one, so I decided not to spend time on it. But you should. And here is why.
5 Qualities of a Good Headline
Cool Headline Technics Used by Upworthy
Your Top Notch Hack: Guest Blogging
Guest Posting Secrets from Neil Patel
4 Rules to Follow to Make a Well-Designed Blog
A Few Additional Ideas + Recap of What We Learned so farPreview
|Section 3: Make Your Blog Popular Following Oliver Emberton's Strategy|
Check out Oliver Emberton's official blog page: http://oliveremberton.com
You Can See it Right from the Start
3 Key Qualities of Oliveremberton’s Posts
Best Tips for Becoming Popular not only on Quora
|Section 4: Learning from a Great Bestseller Writer, Tim Ferris|
Check out Tim Ferris's blog: http://fourhourworkweek.com
Four-Hour Workweek Blog Design Overview
The Most Important Growth Hack Ever
Sorry for the dog barking outside. She was also really excited to know more about messages from Tim Ferris, believe me!
More Hacks from Tim Ferris
|Section 5: Never Stop Trying!|
This is not the end of our journey
I am a young professional and first of all - tireless learner, living in constant motion and aspiration to improve people's life experience. I am a Philosopher not only because I actually study philosophy, logics and rational thinking - but also because I am inspired by the way its principles help us to transform our life.
My motto probably will be the one said by Seneca: "Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power" and my main quality and advantage happens to be natural curiosity as this is where all wonderful things start.
I received my higher degree in Moscow State University named after Sholokhov, in 2005, majoring in Linguistics, Instructional Design and Applied Psychology. After that I continued my post-graduate education paying my attention to comparative linguistics, culturology and moral philosophy.
I was honoured to have an opportunity to be a Lecturer in my alma mater University, designing and teaching courses on Linguistics and History of English language.
The second part of my professional experience is working in top international consulting companies as a Talent Development and Recruitment specialist, helping people to find their places in professional world and discover the best way to develop their expertise.
I am also an aspiring writer and to improve my writing in english I write for my blog on Medium (see 'links' section), that is an addition to my source for writers, Writepls.