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When I spoke to Karol Gajda, he told me that it might be challenging to get this schedule because he was in India building a guitar by hand. Despite a few technical difficulties, I still managed to get this story about how he wants to help 100 people achieve ridiculously extraordinary freedom.
  • How Karol grew from 80 to 980 subscribers in one week because of a guest post
  • Why aggressively guest posting on bigger blogs is the key to your success
  • How to tailor your guest post for a bigger blogger’s audience
  • Why working on tailored guest posts is a highly effective strategy
  • Why working something everyday will make it inevitable that you will reach your goal
  • Why you don’t need a blog to be an affiliate marketer
  • Why you might not want to blend affiliate marketing with building a blog
  • Why joining a blog coaching program can make a tremendous difference
Karol Gajda writes about Freedom, Health, Travel, and Life at Ridiculously Extraordinary. Follow him on Twitter @KarolGajda

Originally aired over 6 years ago.


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