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Posted By Darren Rowse 16th of January 2010 Pro Blogging News 0 Comments

If you are interested in earning money from your blog and have a little spare time over the weekend – grab yourself a copy of the Six Figure Blogger Blueprint by David Risley.

It’s a free report that David re-released today and it talks Bloggers through some great introductory stuff on how to make money blogging – but not in the way that most bloggers do it.

David has been successfully blogging for a number of years now and making a good living from his blog PCMECH.COM and in the last year or so has also been making a real name for himself as a teacher of blogging. He’s a genuine guy who I respect a great deal and his blueprint is well worth the read.

We’ve met at Blog World Expo and David is as genuine in person as he is online – I have no hesitation in recommending his teaching and hope you have a moment to download his FREE Six Figure Blogger Blueprint.

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  • David has been doing a great job helping build other bloggers business’. His previous reports have been fantastic, so this one should be just as good!

  • Thanks for the tip!

  • You know what’s funny Darren?

    The fact that you’re helping David with this post, while the very first comment on his Blog Masters Club is pretty much against you… don’t know if you noticed that…

  • @Cosmin that’s funny. I don’t think Darren knew about it when he published this post.

  • @Cosmin, that is funny!! Could we have a little blog war among us? Is there any proof of that? Since I’m not a member of the Blog Masters Club I can’t know if you’re playing, starting something on purpose or just having fun with it.

    I can tell ya its certainly possible. I’ve been burned by what I thought were friendships via blogs

  • Thanks for the information, Darren! This blueprint look interesting.

  • David is just superb! I read his posts on a regular basis and he is a person who would respond to his people :),.

  • Are you guys talking about that testimonial on the landing page? Yeah, I forgot about it. It was there since I launched Blog Masters Club back in July 2009. I forgot about it. :)

    But, no, no war between me and Darren. Not even close. Darren is a stand-up guy.

    Hope you guys enjoy the report!

  • Well, started to download, all because Daren recommended. I am following him when once I read his post. This blog has proved a lot informative to me!

  • I read the report earlier today, it was great. Good work David. I have a question for either of you – Whats the deal with FTC disclosure policies? I tried searching this blog and only found an amusing post by Kelly Diels which didn’t give me a direct answer. Do I have to have one in each post when I promote an affilate product, or just one hidden somewhere on the blog? Perhaps you could point me in the right direction.

  • I downloaded it and read it – very well written!

    Nothing truly “new” – all this stuff is out there if you read the right blogs – but having it all in one place and succinctly described, is excellent and helpful. And a good reminder of why MY blog is never going to make any money. (Talk about a tiny niche – I review only Christian historical fiction – and my readers are almost all writers or other book reviewers. LOL). Guess I’ll just have to join the crowd, write my own book, and promote it from my blog! :-)

  • Getting it right now. Will see what he has to say. Thanks for the report.

  • Thanks, I am definitely going to download this. I already write to my blog 4 to 5 times a week. I am always up for more education.

  • Hi David,

    I just listened to the audio version the blueprint report. You gave away a lot of valuable information! I like your straight forward talk and honest approach. I wish you all the best with your Blog Masters Club training program.

    Best regards

  • Great information as always!
    Will definitely put these pointers to

  • Downloaded and finished reading the ebook. Great, the descriptions are very useful and organized chronologically.
    Step-By-Step Blog Launch Plan and Roadmap is the most useful and helping section in book.

  • Thanks brother, going to check for the verification email now…

  • Thanks Darren. I just downloaded and I’ll go through the report.

  • NATE:
    On the FTC disclosure, there’s obviously still a need for precedence on that whole thing. People are kinda figuring it out for themselves. But, in short, I don’t believe you need a notice on every single post. If you just post a site-wide disclosure policy, I think you’ll be just fine. You might want to check out – it can help you with that.

  • Thanks Darren, I will download it now. It looks like it will be a good thing!

  • I have got my free copy of this book :)

    thanks for providing us with this info :)

  • Ed

    seems interesting. thx.

  • As Nate stated above, I would love a post from Darren on the FTC disclosure policies and how to make sure we comply.

    Looking forward to reading this report.

    Calvin @

  • ok. i will try download this first.

  • Thanks for sharing! I would like to learn how to earn money online by blogging.

  • Usefull tips from david thank you darren

  • thanks for posting this Darren.

    I appreciate it as I attempt to get better at blogging :)

  • I downloaded this ebook, and it definitely IS a good source of how to find some compromise solution between blogging for hobby and blogging entirely from money.

    For quite some time now I was planning to start a blog about things that I know a lot more about than making money online – I have a turtle pet, so I can blog about that.

    I also go to gym, so I can make a blog about some kind of natural bodybuilding and staying consistent and not giving up, I listen to rap and hip/hop music, which is still hot and trendy…

    However, I go to university, and I find it a hard time to devote any bigger time period to start blogging about one of those topics.

    But I definitely can see why David thinks that blogging will ultimately become and remain one of the best long-term ways of making money online, if not the best. I surely need to make a switch from my current affiliate marketing and Adsense efforts, because on the long-term they don’t seem to be stable and sustainable enough, since you more or less have to work for them all the time, and often results are frustrating.

  • Online marketing is not merely for the latest product, making a website or for letting customers buy items online. Online marketing can also include how a business owner can employ a work team. The measure of people who are studying computers, web design, and learning to host websites proves just how productive online marketing can make the employer, the employees, and the independent contractors. And with a comfortable Internet savvy team, your business profits can increase too.

  • Thanks for the info!
    Just started my own blog and tips like these are greatly appreciated. Now off to read the blueprint…

  • Thanks so much. I hadn’t heard about this. I’ll read it right away. Although I had of course heard of David Risley, I had never actually read him in detail. His tips are really great; I’ve subscribed. Thanks again!

  • Oh, by the way, I don’t think that quote is anything against Darren; just a testament to how great David’s tips are. Though I certainly don’t agree; Darren’s tips (perhaps with the exception of CopyBlogger, although they’re in a different part of the blogging niche), are the best!

  • Thanks for this resource.

    As I’ve said before I’m still fairly new to blogging and stuff like this is great. Even though I’ve seen some of the information before, it has some that I haven’t.

    I’ve only read about half of it so far, but it’s a great read, I’d recommend others to read it to.

    Thanks again for the good post!

  • awesome freebie you’re giving away.

  • Downloading it now – thanks a bundle!

  • I have been following David since early last year, i love all his stuffs and im glad i have this six figure blueprint already. Thanks for sharing!

  • Ron

    I read the ebook and I thought it was great. It had a lot of useful info in it and not just fluff. I definately recommend reading.

  • ok. i will try download this first .

    Thanks to share with us.

  • I really liked your blog, I found it on google and have put it into my bookmarks, look forward to more post.

  • Thanks, I am definitely going to download this. I already write to my blog 4 to 5 times a week. I am always up for more education.

  • Ahh, I remember the first blog I ever created. I wrote a story just like this. Smart minds must think alike!

  • I discovered this blog because I have been researching ways to get more confident with women. Not too long ago I girlfriend of three and I’m a bit nervous about returning to the whole “singles scene”. I’m afraid to say my “skills” with talking to girls are rusty, to say the least!

  • Alright, it’s the best article of the topic I’ve been ever read!

  • i have submit your post to my tweeter, cant wait to share this. Think all of my friends will see this, Thanks.

  • Thanks darren i just downloaded a free copy for myself. I thought it was a really great read and anybody who is reading this should go pick up a copy today because it is really great. Hey if you dont like it you can get your money back.

  • Too many bloggers are out there trying to figure out how to make money with their blogs. Yet, consistently and routinely, they seemingly fail to think about the basics of how you make money.

  • Some good insights on this site…right now I have a question on this topic since I’m writing a book dating and how to get a girlfriend in the modern world. I’d really like to ask for your comments on this new trend of men learning how to pick up girls, and I’m curious if this stuff works? Can any recommend “dating coach” out there who can actually teach guys to pick up women?

  • It’s loads of fun. I do wish people would just leave comments so we can all have fun together! I simply have got to find a way for them to speak up! =)

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