Power blogging Jon Morrow has its secret

Few writers active in the blog-O-sphere capture more of their audience than Jon Morrow. You probably already know Jon’s writing because the style is simple yet effective enough to stick in your head. He reads your mind with each post, consistently making it seem like you need the information he just delivered to you in each blog post. Yes he writes for Copyblogger and yes he has the secret to building a popular blog.

Wait – Jon’s a blogger?

Yes and he is a genius with a witty sense of humor and great business sense. It’s why the posts he writes will speak to you on a psychic level. He doesn’t offer tricks, or fancy advice. Jon gives real time, truth to what makes your writing matter – so that you too will read your readers mind.

I can’t get him out of my head!

You’d never know that Jon resides in Mexico enjoying an ocean view because his writing makes it seem like he just met you, is your best friend and summarized information you need to know now – the mind meld trick just happens. It’s kind of nice to know that he knows what we are all thinking.

Jon has an OUTSTANDING series of videos and posts that explain on this guest blogging stuff that you can get by signing up here.  Some of the topics Jon covers are how to get your first 1000 email subscribers, SEO for bloggers and how to build an email list from nothing.


How to Quit Your Job, Move to Paradise and Get Paid to Change the World was a guest post Jon wrote for Problogger.com.

The following text is by Jon from a different article  on Copyblogger.com named Editor Admits to Sleeping with Readers and Recommends You Do the Same:

With 5,518 shares on Facebook and 2,365 tweets on Twitter, this is the most popular post I’ve ever written, and some folks are saying it’s their favorite post of 2011 … from any blog.


Because it’s about dreams.
Every blogger dreams of quitting their job and writing full-time. Every blogger dreams of moving to paradise and working from their laptop on the beach instead of a cubicle. Every blogger dreams of somehow, some way doing their own small part to change the world.
And I packed all three dreams into a single headline. It’s like taking pure Godiva chocolate, the world’s strongest espresso, and the finest scotch known to man, and combining them all into a single drink. The potency of it would damn near blow your head off.
Same thing happened here. People were so touched they burst into tears. One guy emailed to say he had been planning to commit suicide, and the post changed his mind.

It wasn’t my impeccable grammar that stopped him. It wasn’t my flawless spelling. It wasn’t even, I’m sorry to say, my devilish good looks.
And it wasn’t my dream.

It was his dreams.

His dreams, seen through a lens that made them seem achievable. All I did was build that lens.


Jon’s program is free, get it by signing up here. You have nothing to lose.

Want to learn more? Take up his offer to mentor with Guest blogging course it’s a BLATANT ENDORSEMENT. Go get the videos now if you’re serious about blogging for income. Nothing to lose no worries sign up here.


Before you go, Jon has another web property, maybe you’ve heard of it, learn more about that here: http://boostblogtraffic.com/about/.

Hey blog writer why you need Chris Brogan

Writing skills are key to convey messages in a style that fill a readers need. Copy writing, topic and voice matters.

One writer in particular is admirable. Chris Brogan is President of Human Business Works. He has almost 12 years experience in social media, having started blogging back in 1998, when it was called “journaling.” He has since gone on to work with several Fortune 500 companies on understanding how to implement actionable content marketing and social media projects for their businesses. Chris is a professional speaker, a New York Times bestselling author, and has worked with numerous companies to help with marketing, business strategy, communications, and more. He lives in Northern Massachusetts.

Blogs rule social media. And Chris Brogan has written quite a few. Who said a blog or any post for that matter has to be one thousand words?


Can’t your blog be fifty words or one hundred and forty characters per tweet?


The content and quality of your posts is what engages a response from your audience. Blog writers need guidance. You need quality, character and a mentor to help you develop the value you seek. I’m promoting Chris’s webjam because it’s that good.

Chris shares his experience and technique with the offer for Finding The Superpower of Flight Webjam. With any subscription to the webjam, you will also get ABSOLUTELY FREE, a workbook with proven superpowers. The Webjam includes interactions with Chris during the class, and much more.

Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan

So, you can buy Blog Topics for $97, or you can buy this Webjam. It’s up to you. The goal, as always, is to deliver a lot of value.

At $97, Blog Topics is a bit more than a magazine subscription, but a lot more active than just buying a book on how to blog and letting it sit on the shelf.

I asked Chris to make a video explaining all the details for you. [Yes I really did ask for the video and the photo above.] And he sent me what you see above.


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