10 Killer Resources for
Social Media Entrepreneurs

Social Media Entrepreneur

Naomi of IttyBiz is in the middle of a great series about how her blog made $176,000 so far this year through six different types of income streams. Start with the post at the bottom of the page and move to the top… great stuff.

Awesome article by Leo Babauta laying out how he built Zen Habits into one of the biggest blogs in the world.

Display your number of Twitter followers on your blog using Twitter Counter, just like you do with your Feedburner stats. And don’t forget to follow me on Twitter.

Speaking of Twitter, Darren Rowse of Problogger has just launched a new blog—TwiTip, which is, you guessed it, a collection of Twitter tips. Loving that he built the blog with Thesis, and oh yeah… don’t forget to follow me on Twitter. :)

Texas Tech looks like the real deal this year in college football, and Jeff Sexton uses the team as the basis of a two-part tutorial on website optimization. Check out Part One and Part Two for great tips.

Seth Godin, failure.

SEO stud Michael Gray launches Viral Conversations, a blogger review service, also powered by Thesis. Hmmm… I’m seeing a bit of a trend here.

Chuck Westbrook is building a tribe of bloggers who help one another out. Check it out (I won’t even mention the theme he’s using).

Giovanna (a/k/a Mrs. Aaron Wall) put together a really useful pay-per-click flowchart that helps you make the most of Google AdWords, etc.

Jeff Walker is re-opening the doors to Product Launch Formula 2.0. It’s one the best online training courses around (I’ve gone through the training twice, paid for it twice, and made an enormous return on investment… and that’s just so far), so don’t miss out this time.

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Reader Comments (27)

  1. says

    Have to love the whole concept of comparing SEO with Mike Leach’s Spread offense. I can see how similar they really are, it’s about being innovative and effective, pretty simple when you get down to the heart of it. Thanks for bringing that one to my attention, I would have never caught it.

  2. says

    Thanks for the link, Brian, and you’re more than welcome over on my site at any time.

    Small typo in my last name in the article, FYI (Westerbrook -> Westbrook), but I’ll take it. : )

  3. says

    Where’s the value in displaying Twitter/RSS readership statistics on your blog? I’ve read numerous pros and cons on the issue, but ultimately it comes down to content.

    A blog can have 50,000 “readers” but that doesn’t mean the content is worthy enough they all comment or share, so how is that reader a real number?

    I don’t judge new blogs I come across by statistics; I follow blogs (or Twitter profiles) based on content, e.g. past blog posts/tweets, geography, etc.

  4. says

    @Ari Herzog, Folks like celeb bloggers. Seriously, look at John Chow readership and earnings. Besides good content is but a paypal trip away, but Twitter, Blog or RSS subscribers provide a somewhat reliable matrix in valuing a site.

    Maybe it’s the fresh glass of water talking, but I can’t see how you’d find worthy reading it nobody other than you is reading it to begin with.

  5. says

    Thanks for sharing these links. Many of these I have never visited before. It’s always nice to get a well-rounded view of social media from those who know it best!

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