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2014 Annual Report: A Few Lessons from Blogging

Would I have ever imagined that I would be still blogging 3 years ago? Highly unlikely. What started as simply an medium for note taking has transformed into a platform for ministry, vehicle to express my brand, and ultimately a tool to glorify God. So, here I am today. Only a few days away from saying adios to 2014. I am excited to report that this was a banner year for my blog. My blog visitors increased over 300% from January to December. Blog readership averages over 1000 visitors per day. In particular, I was honored to be come in at #15 from World's Top 50 Leadership Bloggers to Follow. Earlier in July, thanks to my blog, I ...

My Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014

It's been quite a year for my blog. In 2014, I have written 119 blog posts which averages about 2.2 blog posts a week. Thanks to my readers, I've seen my blog views increased a whopping 400% compared to last year. It's an honor to come at #15 of the World's Top 50 Leadership Bloggers to Follow. I also recently published a free e-book on the "Science of Blogging" which you can download below.   10. 4 Inspiring Life Lessons from Nick Vujicic My first encounter with Nick Vujicic was through one of his sensational YouTube clips. The clip showcases some of Nick’s hobbies such as playing golf and soccer, sky diving, surfing. All these ...

How to Build a Tribe and Get Over 1000+ Visitors/ Day on Your Blog

Blogging is both an art and science. Over the last 5  years, I’ve experimented with my blog. Some experiments failed, some succeeded. In the year, I’ve seen exponential growth that has eclipsed the growth of the first four years combined. In this free e-book, I’d like to share my perspective as a growing blogger. I don’t make a six figure income from my blog yet. But this is real and practical advice to fellow bloggers who are hustling to get their voice heard. Now, more than 2000 people visit my blog on an average day. Building a tribe of followers has led me to seriously leverage this platform. Thanks to my growing blog, I ...