Kill Your Blog

  • by Buck Flogging
  • Narrated by Matt Stone
  • 1 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you like wasting time? Do you love having thousands of people come to your website and not even bother to subscribe to your mailing list? Are you trying to attract people to your site that never pay a dime for information?
There are some big problems with the blogging approach to making a living for your writing. This audiobook will help you solve those problems, make more money doing less work, put out better content that is more valuable to readers, and make much more efficient use of your precious time.
My name is Buck Flogging. Having owned a computer with an internet connection for less than one year, I started my first blog. I knew absolutely nothing about blogging or computers. In fact, a week before I started a blog was the first time I’d ever heard the word “blog.” It was suggested I start one of these “blog” things by a co-worker who had checked out some of my writing and thought the web was a good place to get some of my writing out there in the world.
And blog I did. I wrote post after post after endless post for years. By the end of 2013, seven years into this blogging malarkey, over 700 posts under my belt, 55,000 comments strong, 6-figure annual revenue generation, with a global Alexa ranking in the top 90,000 and 5,000 daily visitors to my site, I pulled the plug on it with no warning.
I worked so hard for seven years to build a blog from absolute nothing to an authority website in my niche. Why, after all that hard work to arrive at such an enviable place, would I just hastily yank it down?
You’ll find out in this audiobook. It was not without good reason.
Blogging, for writers hoping to expose their information to an audience, make efficient use of their time, and make a full-time living with their words, is a distant second best to the strategies laid out in Kill Your Blog: 12 Reasons Why You Should Stop F#$%ing Blogging!
Breeze through this information-saturated and entertaining short audiobook now. It will open your eyes to a world of possibilities that lie outside of the outdated blogging approach.


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Persevere, it has something useful to say

The street language and profanity to appear like a humorous cool dude doesn't add a jot to the explanation. The problem is, I've invited him in to my living room and at first it's annoying and then tedious. Can't see why the author wants to limit his market, or are older people with their different culture not meant to blog?

While it initially comes across as ageist, persevere, persist and mentally delete the tiresome Dickensian repetition to make a point (and lengthen the book), in essence, it's short list of well founded, tested ideas.

Persevere and distil, it has something useful to say
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- hearne

Refreshing & entertaining!

What made the experience of listening to Kill Your Blog the most enjoyable?

The style of delivery. Also, It's great to hear advice from someone who's successfully been there & is able to give useful advice about how to better direct your attention & time. It's concise & useful & helped me get over the idea that I ought to have been blogging all these years.

Would you be willing to try another book from Buck Flogging? Why or why not?


Have you listened to any of Matt Stone’s other performances? How does this one compare?


Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I laughed a few times out loud, so that's a good sign in my book.

Any additional comments?


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- Ms

Book Details

  • Release Date: 30-01-2014
  • Publisher: Archangel Ink