Gabriela Pereira, the founder of DIYMFA. After taking Blog that Converts, she grew her email list to 3200 people, landed her first book deal, and built a reliable business helping people become better writers…
…and this is an in-depth case study where you can see how she did it.
Plus, as you know, I’m about to open enrollment for a new course called Blog that Converts 2.0. Gabriela will also share her experience with the program so you can be ready to make a decision when enrollment goes live.
“If you struggle with getting started, then you MUST read (and watch) this
When you’re faced with a tough decision like: “Should you spend the next 12, 18, or 24 months working on a new business,” it’s common to procrastinate.
On one hand, thinking about committing yourself to something like this can be daunting. And you’re not sure if it’s going to work. So you find yourself going “back and forth” about whether you should do it or not.
But here’s the problem: You could stay in your head, and create countless “what if” scenarios about whether or not things will work.
Or you could just JUMP IN FEET FIRST. That’s what Gabriela did, and she shares her story in this short video clip.
Moving on… You might be wondering, “Okay, I’m ready to start. But can blogging really help me?” The answer is YES.
Attention Authors & Course Creators: Why You MUST Build a Blog Now
When you’re looking to build a business, as I shared, it can be as simple as step 1: build an audience, and step 2: sell them stuff. But for some reason, people always ask, “But does this work for tangible product?” “Does it work for books?” “Does it work for [insert anything…].” I get it. When you’re thinking about pursuing a new endeavor, you want to be sure it’s the RIGHT thing before you do it. Well, in this video, you’ll see how Gabriela built up multiple streams of income, including landing a book deal, selling online courses, and more – all because of her blog.
That said, you might be worried. About what? Keep reading…
Why You Should LOVE Competition
When you have a great idea, you might be tempted to search the net for other people doing the same thing. And if you do that, you’ll find that there are probably 10,000 (or more) other people doing the same thing you want to do.
And that’s okay.
You see, some people use “there’s too much competition” as an excuse to not try something new. But in reality, competition is a good thing – and you’ll see why in this short video clip.
So, next time you see competition, remind yourself of this one key fact: ITS OKAY. And finally…
Why You Should Promote Your Work
Now that you know you want to GROW your audience, the secret behind doing it can be as simple as “PROMOTE PROMOTE PROMOTE.” You see, there’s a concept I call “The 80/20 Promotion/Creation Rule.” And if you’re looking to build an audience, I believe the only way to do it is by spending 20% of your time creating content, and 80% of your time promoting it.