Books to Help You Grow Your Blog

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One habit that I’ve found to be true for a large number of entrepreneurs is that they read daily.

Being a business owner and blogger for over 5 years, I’ve learned the importance of consistently learning and implementing new strategies and techniques into my work.

In this post, I’ll be sharing my top recommended books for bloggers. These books have helped me grow my blog as well as my business.


Get Rich Lucky B*tch

I’m a big fan of Get Rich Lucky B*tch by Denise Duffield-Thomas. In this book, Denise talks about the importance of releasing your money blocks in order to manifest the income and first-class life you desire.

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I’m a huge believer in the power of the mind, and the ability to manifest the life of your dreams. After finishing this book, I immediately saw an increase in my income. In fact, I began to see such great results that I invested in the Lucky B*tch Money Bootcamp. Both the book and the course have been great investments.

Building a Framework

Building a Framework is a blogging ebook written by Abby Lawson.

In this ebook, Abby shares the actionable strategies and techniques she used to turn how blog into a six figure business.

Along with the ebook, I thoroughly enjoyed the video tutorials and interviews included with the Master Package.


17 Strategies I Used to Increase My Pageviews

If I could only recommend one book for increasing your blog traffic, it would be this one.

In this blog traffic ebook, Lena Gott shows us the 17 strategies she used to increase her page views from 17k to 350k each month.

This ebook is jam packed with actionable tips for increasing your blog traffic. Without a doubt, implementing the tips in this ebook has helped me more than double the traffic I receive from my blog.


The Miracle Morning

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod teaches you the importance of creating a morning routine. He advocates waking up an hour early, and using that time for meditation, affirmations, vitalization, exercise, reading, and journaling.

Being that I’m not a morning person, waking up an hour early (Monday-Friday) isn’t easy. However, the days that I implement The Miracle Morning are always productive and fulfilling. I should note that because I find it difficult to meditate and read early in the morning, I have tweaked my miracle morning to best suit my needs. If you decide to read this book, I recommend you do the same!

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