They may have once been the realm of personal online diaries, but blogs have quickly become just as legitimate and influential as mainstream newspapers and magazines. Did you know that you can make a very healthy income from blogging? Do you want to make five figures every month? I can show you how.
My name is John Chow and my personal blog consistently makes over $40,000 a month. In this book, I describe exactly how I went from earning $0 to over $40,000 a month from just a couple of hours each day. I'll walk you through the process, step by step, uncovering all the secrets that other pro bloggers are too afraid to tell you.
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About the Author
John Chow is a dot-com mogul from Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. He started out as a partner in a local Richmond printing company before he figured it was time to move on to greener pastures. In April 1999, he decided to launch the TechZone (http:// www.thetechzone.com), a website that has become one of the largest hardware tech sites on the Internet. The site has over ten thousand pages of quality content and gets over two hundred thousand page views per day. The self-proclaimed "root of all evil" shares his many techniques to make money online through John Chow Dot Com (http://www. johnchow.com). John Chow has been featured in such publications as The Vancouver Sun, the Globe and Mail, Entrepreneur Magazine, Ming Pao Magazine, and BC Business Magazine.
Michael Kwan is a freelance writer based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He graduated with honors from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Psychology and English Literature. During that time, he worked as a contributing writer and co-editor for Arts@Work, the official newsletter of the UBC Arts Co-op Program. Today, Michael's freelance work is mostly found online with a focus on professional blogging and technology reviews. His writing has been featured on such popular websites as Mobile Magazine (http:// mobilemag.com) and Hadouken Online (http://www.hadoukenonline. com). Michael also maintains his own blog, Beyond the Rhetoric (http:// btr.michaelkwan.com), where he writes about personal development and freelance writing, as well as other topics of the day.