Muito boa leitura, agora eu sei mais sobre isso.
I like to disseminate knowledge that will I have accumulated with the yr to assist enhance team performance.
really tnx.. this video helps me a lot
Thanks so much for the valuable pointers, Jon. I especially appreciate the clear, straightforward way you explain each point.
Here’s to your continued success!
As always, great content. I’m enrolled into your Guest Blogging course, and I’m really looking forward to getting started.
Great advice, as always Jon. The trick is to be accepted as a guest blogger on a popular blog. What is your advice in that area?
Thank you for the valuable information, it has made me notice that what I was doing is wrong. I was trying to build my way up, instead of building my name from the way down (from the popular blogs).
Well, not anymore I won’t, thanks to you! Looking forward to the next videos!
This is fantastic! I just wish I would’ve found you sooner!
Thank you for being an open book, Jon.
க மத ன வ ய ன ல ம பச த தன ம ப க த ! OBCs will also behave telesehvms in relationship with SCs and STs in future when life in villages gets more and more urbanised, meaning the worth and importance of the individual as against the group begin to be valued. The labels ‘SCs’ and ‘STs’, too, will fall off. Improvement in social conditions in the lives of OBCs/ SCs/ STs will render caste identities imposed by Brahmins redundant and otiose. I mean, no religion will be contexulaised with castes. The orthodox Brahmins and their lickers’ will have to revamp the core values of their religion in order to survive in the new world. The writings of Tilak, Hegdewar and Savarkar for brahminical glory will become a laughing stock. As Arul has pointed out time and again, our society should liberate itself from the brahminical values first. His is not a original idea: it is Periyaar’s. If you conduct rig vedic yaga in your temple, no one but your relations and your lickers, is going to mind you. You and your lickers can do any thing : it wont impact the general society as a whole, unlike in the past when yours was the only religion and the Hindu social philosophy was to be observed by one and all.If at all there are quarrels between people, it wont be on the bases of castes from religion, but for the scramble for the scant resources and due to inequal distribution of such resources only. Such a scramble is a perennial and bitter reality of human life, as you know.
Really appreciate these videos Jon. I’ve been in the online marketing industry for over 10 years, but at a corporate level, this is my first real venture into blogging.
Getting some really good ideas about what I need to do next to get things moving.
Will you be teaching any more classes, Jon? Classes in which you help bloggers write better posts, posts which you are willing to promote to your connections? I think you had such a class in the past. Thanks.
Thank you for the well formulated videos.
Makes me wonder how hard it can be to get any contents out there.
I’m just new in IM and just made my first website; looking to get some traffic.
Thanks to this Videos since I will not waste time on blogging for now.
Thanks for all the information.
Everything that you’re saying really makes sense.
I love the way you explained things. Really simple and easy to understand. Thanks. I will be sharing your thoughts.
Definitely believe that which you said. Your favorite justification seemed to be on
the net the simplest thing to be aware of. I say to you, I certainly get annoyed
while people think about worries that they just do not know about.
You managed to hit the nail upon the top and defined out the whole thing without having
side-effects , people could take a signal. Will probably be back to get more.
I just ‘met’ you last night and have already restructured so much of what I’ve been doing. SOOOO grateful for the advice as I was feeling a little defeated with it all.
I will have questions and suggestions for you sometime soon. Right now I’m still in integrating mode!
I wanted to thank you for this fantastic read!
! I certainly enjoyed every bit of it. I have you book-marked to check out new stuff you post…
It’s indeed a pleasure to be part of this wonderful blog of yours, and thank you so much for guiding all of us through with out problems and worries where guest blogging is concerned.
Speaking of myself, I have yet to start with guest blogging, and yes – I should actually not give any reasons because it’s something that simply needs to be done. Nevertheless, now that my blogs doing a little well for itself and I’ve made a few changes with it, I might start off with guest blogging, and that’s exactly where your awesome posts and helpful videos would come of us.
I did see the Google+ hangout you had with Kristi and Neil as well, as Kristi had put it up on her latest blog – so I’m surely learning and getting ready
Thanks once again for sharing these words of wisdom with all of us. Have a lovely weekend
You are correct, i like the video. I love guest blogging and it makes me cool cash daily. An my blog is growing rapidly with tones of traffic. I use many method to get real organic traffic and i have talked about that in my site. This methods are working for me perfectly.
I have just launched a news based website covering Spanish football/Soccer. We have a small team of people producing excellent regular original content in this niche. My question is regarding competition. Guest blogging seems a great idea, but if we approached more successful websites than ours offering them content for back links they would surely see us as unwelcome competition, no? After all we are primarily after the same traffic. Or am I missing the bigger picture here? New to blogging and fascinated. Thanks (loved your foot in the door photo, priceless.)
Thank you for providing such useful videos. I am in the process of developing content for my blog and would like to develop some content for guest blogs as well. My challenge is that I am having a hard time determining what are the top blogs in the mental health field. Do you have any advice on locating top-tier blogs in my field with the intent of guest blogging for them? Thank you so much for your help!!
As of today we have learned a great deal in guest blogging because of your knowledge Jon.Your insights into a world of focus and understanding of others is invaluable.You give freely asking of one simple thing.Link Juice.You surround your self in what you like.Assisting others is your pleasure.As always will continue to watch,read,listen and follow you.Remembering when we first meet you in a webcast about a year ago thinking who is Jon Morrow?Now you know Jon Morrow.A Man of Ex-stream Production.
Terrific combination of advice and practical steps for implementation. The sample letter is brilliant, and I wish everyone who asks me to guest blog on my site would take some tips. In fact, I’m going to share it right now.
Jon, you are a natural when it comes to explaining a topic and I’m glad there is someone like you that keeps me up to speed.
Guest blogging is something that’s been on my mind for a while and until I’m ready I’ll absorb your advice like a sponge.
Sometimes I’m prone to just jumping in and figuring things out as I go along, but when it comes to approaching others, I’m more inclined to feel comfortable with gathering information and preparing beforehand.
How your video helps me is that it presents information in simple, easy steps and makes the approaching part seem less foreign. Thanks
Very cool! I really appreciate the sample email. Makes my (future) work so much easier!
You are absolutely right. The quality of blogging has so increased. As a trained journalist, I am amazed by the great content that some people put out.
I am watching your video.Helpful.I am only a month old in blogging area
My other blogs.
Amazing. You are indeed very knowledgeable on the power of messaging, and you have detailed (quite nicely) how to craft the follow up message. Being in the messaging business for over 25 years, I can safely say, that there are not many people who can do that. Excellent read. And thank you for the post.
J. Brett Abbey
The Message Master
Wow, I really have never though in guest blogging at all. Neither how my niche can target other areas (never thought in a connection between gardening and money). Nice tips . Thanks.
I write for a humanitarian website where we raise funds for different charities.
Not sure where I’d go to do either guest blogging or the ideas you’ve mentioned in this video. Most charitable sites don’t do actual blogging. Would you have any suggestions? I’m keen to hear your thoughts.
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