Hi, my name is Flavio and I run a pretty successful technical blog.
My blog is visited by more than 1 million people ever month, and today it's my full time job.
I wrote a book to help you start your own blog.
All the strategies, tricks and mindset I used to start and grow my blog. This book is for you if you want to start a new blog, or grow your existing one!
It's aimed at programmers, engineers, tech enthusiasts, and anyone that want to become one.
Is that you? Don't miss it!
Is this book for you?
- You want to start a blog
- You want to grow your existing blog
- You want to start a path to be perceived as an expert in your field
- You want to create a resource that other people will find useful
- You want to build a business and you think the blog is going to be a central piece of that
- You want to know how I managed to post 750+ blog posts in 2 years
- You want to know what is the system I use to transform the visitors I get from Google into customers
The 4-weeks challenge!
Buying the book during the prelaunch and in the launch week will give you the unique opportunity to join the 4-weeks challenge I am preparing. Signup to this challenge is included in the book price.
I'll give you a framework and assignments via email and we'll have everything going on in a Discord chat group, where you can meet other people interested in this blogging challenge, and we'll go from 0 to a published blog.
The challenge is a one-time event, don't miss it. Starts next week, I'll update you via email.
What's in the book?
This is the table of contents, as of today:
➡️ Framing your blog for success
➡️ The benefits of having a successful blog
➡️ Pick a goal for your blog
➡️ Own your platform
➡️ Make the first step
➡️ Solutions to common issues
➡️ Content is king
➡️ Practical content suggestions
➡️ Creating a system
➡️ How to get people to your blog
➡️ Expand your reach with an email list
➡️ Positive mindset
➡️ Ups and downs
➡️ Making money with a blog
It's not stuff like how to set up a blog technically, which always changes and it's quite boring. I have tutorials for that on my blog. The book is more on a higher level.