I first began working in internet marketing 13 years ago.
Since then, I’ve taken on and grown more than 10 blogs to the 100K (and above) monthly visitors mark.
Doing this has played a critical role in the development of my own personal brand as well as the companies I’ve launched or been involved in growing. And it’s not just me.
B2B marketers that blog reportedly average 67% more leads than those that don’t, and are 13 times more likely to enjoy a positive ROI. (source)
Of course, simply having a blog and updating it occasionally won’t cut it.
To leverage a blog for real results – whether that’s growing a personal brand or a business, or monetizing it for passive income – you need to aim big.
100K monthly visitors big.
That takes hard work.
A lot of hard work.
The people behind really big blogs will have dedicated a huge chunk of their free time to growing it, and they’ve probably been forced to make many sacrifices along the way.
However, when that hard work starts to pay off and everything begins to come together, the rewards can be massive.
Does that sound like something you want to achieve and can commit to wholeheartedly?
Then stick with me and I will talk you through a 16-step process for growing your blog to 100K monthly visitors (or more) from scratch.
Growing from 0-10K Visitors
Launching a blog and getting it off its feet by building an initial following of a few hundred and then a few thousand regular visitors is quite often the hardest part of the whole process.
Don’t be surprised if going from from 0-10K monthly visitors takes longer than going from 10K to 50K, and 50K to 100K.