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The 4 Hour Work Week Hits Top 10 on Amazon

Posted By Darren Rowse 3rd of May 2007 Pro Blogging News 0 Comments

Congratulations to Tim Ferriss who I Interviewed last week about his book The 4 Hour Work Week.

I just logged onto Amazon to check out how it’s ranking and he’s cracked the top 10 list!

Not bad for it’s first week of release. Well done Tim!

PS: the interview series with Tim was the most successful interview I’ve done on ProBlogger – thanks to everyone for the feedback and to Tim for putting so much time into it.

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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 was actually just about to place an order for Tim’s book — this is awesome news. Congrats Tim, and you too, Darren, for the very compelling interview you did with him.

  2. Hey Darren,
    thank you for introducing me to the book via the review…i still havent received the book but its on order and i cant wait to read it. Good Luck…..

  3. I am not surprised!! I got the book based on the interview here from Barnes & Noble. I read it through in 2 nights. Most of what I already was aware of but its always good to be reminded again. Or stir up some thoughts we may have tucked away a while ago. Good work!!!

  4. i’m gonna pick it up with my coinstar amazon gift card.

  5. It was a killer interview – that guy is nuts! He could probably do whatever he wants to in this world, with his attitude.

  6. Great interview – Great book!

    I am half-way through the audiobook right now, and it’s unbelievable.

    This is a *must read* for internet entrepreneurs.


  7. I started reading this and am half way through it in one night. It is an excellent read and probably wouldn’t have otherwise known about it if it wasn’t for your interview.

  8. Maxine says: 05/08/2007 at 11:04 am

    Hmmm, I’ve had a look at the Amazon page and there appears to be some controversy over the reviews.

    Seems like he has a lot of glowing reviews from people who newly registered themselves to review only his book. More to the point for me, alot of the reviews were just fluff – “This book is the best, it changed my life, buy this book! “.

    Thanks for the interviews. Now I know *why* I should read this book.

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