Welcome to Act 2 of the 30 Day Blog Challenge.
This is one juicy section indeed, and you’re going to get a lot out of it if you’re prepared to learn and participate fully.
In Act 2 you’re going to learn how to build an online business you can run from anywhere by focusing on:
Choosing the business model that most suits your lifestyle goals
Crafting and creating your one page business plan to profit and freedom
Learning how to use online tools, social media and outsourcing to build and grow your online platform
We have covered so much already, but this is where we really get our hands dirty – with building the foundations for making money to fit with your ideal lifestyle plans.
Act 2: How to build your online business
So roll up your sleeves; Here is a sneak peak at what you will be learning over the next 12 days:
Day 10 – The Only Two Ways to Really Make Money Online.
Day 11 – Knowing What Business Model to Choose and Why.
Day 12 – How to Use Your Personality to Stand Out Online.
Day 13 – The Key To Building Your Website Without Breaking the Bank
Day 14 – How to Build a Blog That Matters And Monetize It
Day 15 – Why You Need an Email List (& How to Build Your Own)
Day 16 – Why You Should Hire For Growth and Your Long-Term Vision
Day 17 – How to Engage Your Tribe Online by Building Trust & Providing Value
Day 18 – Building a Trustworthy Affiliate Team To Sell Your Products For You
Day 19 – How to Build Your Platform and Increase Traffic by Working WITH Your Competitors
Day 20 – Tips, Tools & Resources: All You Will Need to Build Your Online Business
Day 21 – Congratulations for completing Act Two of the 30 Day Blog Challenge!
Excited? So am I! Your new lifestyle business starts tomorrow.
What you can do right now
1. Answer today’s prompt on your own blog to get you into the flow for Act 2:
Whose online business do you admire most and why?
Top Tip: Feel free to name a person or a major brand whose business you admire and specific reasons why. If you want to you can also tackle this challenge by adding in two things you could do to get you closer to having a similar business right now.
2. Click to tweet: Learn how to build your online business from anywhere in the 30 Day Blog Challenge. Start now!
Round up of some of today’s blog posts by you
- Curt is a great fan of Pat Flynn, and also Seth Godin. Also finds “The Fizzle Show” podcast really inspiring
- Todd is a huge admirer of the creativity and business model of Brian Gavin Diamonds as he finds his approach to marketing professional and innovative
- Katie finds none other than ‘ The Suitcase Entrepreneur’ the most inspiring. She writes “The materials provided on her website are basically a grad-school education in entrepreneurship and web business.” Another idol at the top of her list is Chris Guillebeau
- Kate is greatly impressed by Rebecca Tracey of The Uncaged Life owing to the incredible transparency with which she runs her business
- The Tribal Mom feels that a mom must focus on self-nurture, in order to be more nurturing with her children and family. You have to take care of yourself, so you can take care of your loved ones.
- Margarita’s favourites are Allison Ottaway from Path less trodden, Marianne Cantwell from Free Range Humans and Matthew Kepnes from Nomadic Mat
- Jade writes “…watch my next video to see who’s online biz I admire the most. That is..besides yours Ms. Natalie Sisson ;D”
- Nik admires those online businesses the most that give away so much value that a feeling of excitement and reciprocity are generated in their users. He has bought the books of Tim Ferris and Natalie Sisson (The suitcase Entrepreneur)
- Cotey’s role models are Natalie Sisson, Srinvas Rao, James Altucher, Mars Dorian, Jessica Swift, Sarah Steenland to name a few
- Holly finds Leonie Dawson highly inspiring. Transparent about all aspects of her business is what is truly great
- Olivia admires Erin Blaskie for her style, website, newsletters and all content she provides to her audience, She is also a fan of Natalie Sisson, Sandi Krakowski, Stacy Boegem and Jessica
- Anne is inspired by Natalie’s podcast with Pat Flynn. Her favorite post is the one that talks about the effect having kids has had on his business