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Grow Your Blog While Serving Your Fans

Diversify your income while serving your Fans to get the most out of your blog.

Building a successful blog, and making money from it, is pretty simple in theory. You just find the problems your fans have, brainstorm all the ways to solve them, and then implement some of those solutions.

That’s the easiest way to build a strong brand, build a strong blog, and build a strong following.

But the execution is never as easy as the theory, is it?

So during this free course we are going to dive into each one of these items so you will have some actionable steps to better serve your fans.

This is something I love talking about because in my opinion it's critical to moving your blog from a hobby to a business.

I built up a successful blog with 6 figures in monthly visitors and created multiple lines of revenue, including best selling cookbooks, iPhone apps, cooking courses and a lot more!

Did I mention this was all done with little to no keyword research?

I wrote up everything I learned and created this course, so YOU can understand how to get the most out of Fan Focused Blogging for your own blog.

At the end of the course, you'll have answers to these questions:

  • What Is Fan Focused Blogging?
  • How Do You Find Your Fans' Problems?
  • How Do You Find Solutions That Work For Your Fans?
  • Which Solutions are Best For YOU?
  • How to Figure Out Where You Are Going?
  • How Can Fan Focused Blogging Fit Into Your Own Blogging Strategy?

If those are questions you want answered, then this course is for you!

Sign up for free today!

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About Jason Logsdon
Jason Logsdon is a best selling author, public speaker and passionate home cook who loves to try new things, exploring everything from sous vide and whipping siphons to blowtorches, foams, spheres and infusions. He has published 15 cookbooks which have sold more than 60,000 copies. He runs, one of the largest sous vide and modernist cooking websites,, a website dedicated to helping bloggers succeed, and is the President of The International Sous Vide Association. He has been blogging for over a decade and making his living full time as a blogger for the last 6 years.