This week Molly and I were joined by Corbett Barr, the creator of Think Traffic and Fizzle. In just a few short years, he has started multiple popular blogs and created several successful information-based businesses.
In this interview, he shares with us how he grew his very first blog to high levels of traffic, and then went on to create one of the biggest blogs in an already-crowded niche. Along the way he learned lots of powerful lessons that can help anyone who’s looking to become an information marketer or take their existing site or business to a higher level.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why it’s important to set realistic expectations for your own blog
- Differentiating factors that can help your site rise above the rest
- Why creating truly epic content is absolutely critical to your growth
- Corbett’s personal advice on gaining your “first audience”
- Tips for growing your audience no matter where you’re at in your business
- The best time to create your own products and services
- Corbett’s own traffic strategies
- And much more!
Corbett is one of the most respected guys in the business when it comes to traffic strategies that really work. Many of the top bloggers and information marketers look to him for advice and mentorship. If you’ve been struggling to get traffic to your site, please don’t miss this episode!
More From Corbett:
- Think Traffic – Corbett’s popular blog with traffic tips, strategies, and advice for growing your audience and building a thriving business.
- Fizzle.co – “Honest online business training” from Corbett, Chase Reeves, and Caleb Wojcik. Provides hours of detailed video training and an active support community.
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