140 How To Make Business Decisions with Actionable Information – with Dan Morris

By Leslie Samuel | Blogging

Nov 27


Who:
Dan Morris
Workshop: Blogging Concentrated

Over the last few weeks (or even months), I been on a quest to really figure out how to go from just being a blogger to having a serious business.

It's not that I don't have a business. It's that I know that there's A LOT of room for improvement when it comes to me building my online business. Isn't there always?

Well, I knew that I had to get Dan on here to talk a bit about this topic, specifically when it comes to getting and using actionable info for making business decisions.

Listen to This Episode

Dan Morris is the strategist behind blogging concentrated, the one-day in person workshop for advanced-level bloggers who know there are things they could be doing better, faster, cheaper, smarter.

I first met him at Blog World and New Media Expo in New York city and fell in love with what this guy has to offer.

He spends his time working with bloggers to increase their revenue, improve their quality of life and time with family, reduce their economic dependency on one source, and help them create a business that’s both scalable and leveraged.

Inside This Episode

DanMorris2Man, we get into all kinds of details in this interview on how to stop guessing and really take your business to the next level. Dan covers the following:

  • The importance of thinking like a business owner
  • Why us bloggers should think like Wallgreens
  • What keyword research really tells us
  • The Barnes & Noble idea
  • How to Optimize Adsense
  • How to track human behavior
  • Understanding your overriding long term goal
  • Figuring out what data we need to make tomorrow's decisions
  • Much, much more

Like I said – we cover a whole lot in this episode and if you take it seriously it can help you understand your business much more and take it to the next level.

Have a listen and then let us know what you thought in the comments. Of course, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, you can always call the hotline at (888) 835 – 2414

Transcript

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