There is some great information in his writings and I would recommend for a read to any beginner.
- It’s efficient there’s no waffling
- Rob covers a lot of different techniques, yet uses very few words to do so (the whole book is only 50+ pages)
- Rob recommends email list building from your blog.
- I think this is key. Imagine having 20 blogs, all with an email list of 500 to 5,000 subscribers each. This is an attainable outcome and really spreads your income sources across many assets
Affiliate marketing is the top recommended monetization method and it’s clear this is Rob’s strong point. However he keeps things very simple by focusing only on Clickbank as the source for affiliate products and shows us what criteria he uses within Clickbank to decide which products to promote.
By focusing in ClickBank and affiliate marketing, the niche selection process really is a process – there’s no “personal reflection” or anything of that nature – look for the numbers, find where the money is being made already, then set up a blog to sit in front of the buyers and take some of that money for yourself.
Rob ends the book by talking about selling blogs- another tactic I’m a fan of, although really the book only touches on this subject as an afterthought.