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My Best Product, My Best Launch, My Best Month – Ninjafied

Posted By Darren Rowse 29th of August 2011 Other Income Streams 0 Comments

Last week the mysterious Web Marketing Ninja released a free PDF mind map here on ProBlogger (with accompanying video) that walked readers through his in depth strategies for turning a Blog into a Business.

The feedback from that MindMap and video were great and I had a steady flow of thank you emails over the weekend from readers working through it.


Among the feedback from readers was some people feeling a little overwhelmed – so the Ninja has put together a second shorter video with some practical case study examples of how we’ve implemented some of the strategies in the Mind Map on my own blogs – yep, the Ninja is picking on me today!

See the video here

The 3 case studies are:

  1. A/B testing – how we significantly increased the revenue from a product launch through split testing emails (and how we could have done even better had we done more testing).
  2. Product Development Made Easy – the back story behind my biggest selling ProBlogger eBook
  3. The Art of the Campaign – the story behind my biggest earning month ever

Our hope is that these practical examples will not only bring the Mind Map to life but that they might also give some practical ideas on how you can transition your blog into a business.

See the video here (along with the previous video and the Mind Map).

Also be watching out for a brand new ProBlogger Resource created by the Ninja in the coming days.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. I haven’t had a chance to watch the videos yet, but this reminded me that I need to mind-map by own projects. It helps to have a written plan and mind-mapping is a great way to put it all down without writing a dissertation.

  2. Looking forward to that Ninjafied resource. BTW, it struck me that this post was a good example of catering to your audience and keeping user-friendliness in mind. There’s a lot of ‘moving parts’ to creating a killer product, always lots to learn.

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