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    I'm not sure I understand, Hellas.

    I have conducted six (6) interviews to date. I have two more coming up soon.

    In every interview, I try to cover earnings information and often have the interviewee provide links to specific products or websites that are critical in producing those earnings. For example, in the first interview I ever did, with a man who made over $300,000 online, the reader gets to see his website, his promotional technique, earnings statistics, and eBook.

    In the two most recent:
    Aziz, the graphic design, gave the reader multiple links to his portfolio.
    Zash gave us links to his proxies and his hosting company.

    Both of these help 'show the success' of the person being interviewed.

    So... what did I leave out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    I'm not sure I understand, Hellas.

    I have conducted six (6) interviews to date. I have two more coming up soon.

    In every interview, I try to cover earnings information and often have the interviewee provide links to specific products or websites that are critical in producing those earnings. For example, in the first interview I ever did, with a man who made over $300,000 online, the reader gets to see his website, his promotional technique, earnings statistics, and eBook.

    In the two most recent:
    Aziz, the graphic design, gave the reader multiple links to his portfolio.
    Zash gave us links to his proxies and his hosting company.

    Both of these help 'show the success' of the person being interviewed.

    So... what did I leave out?
    I could not find last time how much Zash is making with proxies, neither that black hat guy? How much time does they invested in current goals?

    That SEO executive? It looks like his SEO Executive job is not important at all, only his side job but if it is not important, why does he still do it?

    I had more question in my head while I was reading your interviews...

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    Right, I see what you're saying now, Hellas.
    I'll try to make the interviews more comprehensive in the future.

    Thank you for the advice. I appreciate it.

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    You cover most of important questions, Michael. And your blog is becoming one of the hubs for knowing well-earning and knowledgeable people sharing their success experience. However, wondering you don't write the real names of people you interview in Title itself, together with their representing occupation or success (that you do already). It'd grab more readers to your blog. And in one of the interviews, I noticed your "notes". Good point. I'm sure very soon, people would love to share guest posts on your blog.

    Good luck for your blog success

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    I could not find last time how much Zash is making with proxies, neither that black hat guy? How much time does they invested in current goals?

    That SEO executive? It looks like his SEO Executive job is not important at all, only his side job but if it is not important, why does he still do it?

    I had more question in my head while I was reading your interviews...
    SEO girl...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillingBreeze View Post
    You cover most of important questions, Michael. And your blog is becoming one of the hubs for knowing well-earning and knowledgeable people sharing their success experience. However, wondering you don't write the real names of people you interview in Title itself, together with their representing occupation or success (that you do already). It'd grab more readers to your blog.
    Hi there, ChillingBreeze. I appreciate the kind words - I am working hard.
    I appreciate when fellow NetBuilders give me advice and recommendations.

    In the titles, I try and make a description of what the person does. With Zash, I titled him a 'Proxy Master' and Aziz is obviously a 'Graphic Designer' - I figured that these titles give you an idea of what you'll be reading about. If I was to put 'Interview with ChillingBreeze' you would not understand the content, but if I put 'Interview with an SEO Expert' then you get a better idea, right?

    What sort of recommendations did you have for the titles?
    Could you give me an example?

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    In fact a lot of interesting ideas, but how to choose what is suitable for everyone?
    Hello, Dixter. I don't believe that any method is suitable for everyone. Every human being has a unique set of skills and talents that they can use to find success. Just because a method has worked for once person, does not mean it will work for another. I try and give advice on my blog about different techniques for making money, in the hopes that people can learn from them and even develop unique ideas for their business.

    The best thing that you can do, if you want to start earning money, is to try new things and never be afraid. If you come up with an idea, do some research and see if it's feasible, and if it is - then put your heart into it, and your success will find no limits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    Hi there, ChillingBreeze. I appreciate the kind words - I am working hard.
    I appreciate when fellow NetBuilders give me advice and recommendations.

    In the titles, I try and make a description of what the person does. With Zash, I titled him a 'Proxy Master' and Aziz is obviously a 'Graphic Designer' - I figured that these titles give you an idea of what you'll be reading about. If I was to put 'Interview with ChillingBreeze' you would not understand the content, but if I put 'Interview with an SEO Expert' then you get a better idea, right?

    What sort of recommendations did you have for the titles?
    Could you give me an example?



    Hello, Dixter. I don't believe that any method is suitable for everyone. Every human being has a unique set of skills and talents that they can use to find success. Just because a method has worked for once person, does not mean it will work for another. I try and give advice on my blog about different techniques for making money, in the hopes that people can learn from them and even develop unique ideas for their business.

    The best thing that you can do, if you want to start earning money, is to try new things and never be afraid. If you come up with an idea, do some research and see if it's feasible, and if it is - then put your heart into it, and your success will find no limits.
    I think the best title can be written in this format: "Interview with Aziz Natour, A Graphic Designer"

    just my opinion

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    Something like this would be better and attention grabbing -

    Interview With Razorloq - A Successful Blackhatter

    or

    if people allows real name then,

    Interview with Anthony Taylor - A master Of Online Retailing


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    In the titles, I try and make a description of what the person does. With Zash, I titled him a 'Proxy Master' and Aziz is obviously a 'Graphic Designer' - I figured that these titles give you an idea of what you'll be reading about. If I was to put 'Interview with ChillingBreeze' you would not understand the content, but if I put 'Interview with an SEO Expert' then you get a better idea, right?

    What sort of recommendations did you have for the titles?
    Could you give me an example?
    SEO girl...


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    Oh, okay! I see what you guys mean now.

    I will utilize that method in the future. I appreciate the idea.

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    Real name would be cool to. It would add much more credibility not to mention building yourself as a brand.

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