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Jeffrey Tang is definitely someone to keep an eye on in 2010. In less than a year he’s grown his blog to over 2300 subscribers and has had some huge leaps. We packed this chat with a ton of great information and it was one my personal favorite interviews that I’ve had the opportunity to conduct.
  • Turning your blogging mistakes into valuable lessons
  • The significant advantages of being a latecomer to the the world of blogging
  • How his participation in the A-list blogging Bootcamp landed him a guest post on Zen Habits
  • The importance of a blogging alliance/mastermind group
  • Why you should be testing different ideas and experimenting on your blog
  • Why the seeds for big traffic growth are being planted when it seems like nothing is going on
  • The importance of developing a relationship with your blog mentor (i.e. the person who created the course you purchased).
  • Why big things happen when you Focus on what you can do today
  • Why having a day job actually gives you significant advantage in terms of making your blog profitable
  • Why not looking too far ahead is essential
Jeffrey is the author of Art of Great Things. You Can follow him on Twitter @jeffreyftang

Originally aired over 6 years ago.


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