A blog is the most powerful marketing platform that exists... if you use it right.
You have no email list. No product. No traffic. You have limited time to work since you have a day job. And you have 90 days to get an online business up and running. What do you do?
The Academy offers programs for different styles. From the all-access training library, to personal monthly business support... even expanding into live in-person events. With campfires. Check it out...
The LAB is the training library and support community of the Blog Marketing Academy. Everything is geared toward one, single purpose...
Helping YOU build a blog that fuels the life that YOU want to live.
Our monthly coaching and support program for bloggers, course creators, coaches, consultants and any other online entrepreneur who is looking to make progress faster.
Online business coaching doesn't have to be expensive.
Forget the big conferences with their multiple tracks, Powerpoints and overbearing crowds. We're going to meet in a more intimate, hands on and relaxed atmosphere... and make some real, tangible progress on your blog and online business.
In every issue of The Edge, you will get actionable advice on what's working now in the world of blogging and online marketing. Directly from the desk (or the RV) of David Risley, sent 3 times weekly.
David is a veteran blogger and online entrepreneur, having founded a technology blog in 1998 and growing it into a six-figure, multi-author business which was found in publications like PC World, PC Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. He turned that blog into a commercial success using a combination of advertising, affiliate revenue, online courses, writing and selling books and CDs, and even a membership site before it was cool.
In 2008, he founded the Blog Marketing Academy and launched his first training course for bloggers with an $80k launch. Since then, he has created over 24 separate training programs and has worked with thousands of students on their blogs, in every niche you could think of.
But what David is most proud of is his ability to make things simple. And to build reliable, recurring business around his "lifestyle". He has this weird obsession with traveling in his motorhome around the country with his wife and 2 kids.
David also likes to talk about himself in the third person. In bios like this one.