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So I won a copy of “Crush It” from my twitter buddie AlanWho and although I’d seen the buzz on twitter when it came out it wasn’t something that made me go order a copy. Long story short this is a cracking little book, that everyone with a passion should read asap and embrace the world of social media.

Now I’m going to make my passion squeezepages, I was able to think of at least a dozen good headlines for blog posts, so I’ll be starting a new blog later this year to really drive traffic to my sites and share the many different ways of setting up profitable squeezepages for loads of different niche markets.

Please let me know what you’re passionate about, and if you leave a link to your opt-in page within the comment I’ll try to do a video critique for you to help you get better conversion, and make more cash.


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About the author: Andrew is a scientist who happens to know a lot about the technical aspects of blogging and listbuilding. If you have an issue with wordpress or your autoresponder and setting up squeezepages please get in touch via email / twitter or hire him on fiverr.

6 comments… add one
  • malcolm.t.mckinnell (Dean Student) January 25, 2010, 10:37 am

    Hey Andrew.
    Yes I’ve got a bit of a passion for squeeze pages also (the good one’s)but more so than that I’ve also got a passion for email letters (the good one’s)…let me explain.
    It’s a bit like blog commenting…
    you might have the best blog on the street but if no one leaves a comment…does that scare your traffic away…the thing is that a lot of people just don’t do it…”Why”?? Who know’s and it could have a bearing on why newbies find it dificult to write out from their autoresponder…so I’d like to create a product to teach “Newbies” the art of writing an autoresponder sequence…Hence my passion for email letters.

    Thanx Andrew for this chance to get something off my chest and maybe onto the drawing board.

    There’s a lot of passionate people out there..


  • Nurul Chowdhury January 25, 2010, 9:31 pm

    Hi Andrew,

    My passion is discovering the unknown world. I love learning anything that is new. My recent passion has been for the internet.

    I am trying to become a professional blogger. Well, my only drawback is that internet is part-time for me and only spend about 2 hrs a day.

    As our friend above “Malcolm” said newbies don’t like to comment. But I understand their views because many are so new that they don’t know what to write about. I am sure all of us have gone through this fear when we started.

    I do post a comment when I find a good article.

    The plus to it is that when you post a comment you get a link back to your blog and that means free traffic to your blog. This many newbies have not understood or nobody has told them about it.

    Here is my greatest passion “COOKING” and I already bought the domain, now busy trying to build the website. I am an expert in French pastries and love Indian and Chinese Recipes.

    So here you go my friend. Hope you will pay a visit to my blog, that would make me happy. Cheers

    • Andrew January 26, 2010, 8:24 pm

      Hi Nurul

      Your blog is a perfect example of you turning your online marketing into a job rather than following your passion.

      Unlike affiliate marketing you could be able to turn your cooking into a real passionate blog, you could start your own ustream channel and get picked up by a TV channel, get a print book, or start your own shop selling cakes – the possibilities are endless and probably more exciting that constantly checking stats and driving traffic to a blog full of articles about “How To Make Money”

      Hope this helps, and I look forward to reading about what I need to make the perfect french pastry.


  • normz2 January 26, 2010, 2:54 am

    My latest passion has been creating websites. I have thrown up 5 in the last 2 weeks. I should be thinking about creating squeeze pages for them, so I can develop my list.

    • Andrew January 26, 2010, 8:26 pm

      Hi Norm

      Remember that to generate leads you need to have a good lead magnet, so get your thinking hat on to come up with the headline that you can turn into your own free report.


  • malcolm.t.mckinnell (Dean Student) January 29, 2010, 7:18 pm

    Hey Andrew

    Like I was saying my other passion is about Blog Commenting..

    BTW.Thanx for coming by and leaving your comment ! !
    I’ve just done another post adressing this subject…
    And there’s a nice little P.P.s.

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