Podcast: Interview with Yaro Starak on Building a Profitable Blogging Business

January 26, 2010

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Yaro Starak

Yaro Starak is an Australian Entrepreneur/Blogger who has made a significant imprint in the Blogosphere. His Blog Masterrmind Coaching program has taught many, including myself, how to build a profitable blog from scratch and set it up for success, from content generation to Traffic Generation all the way to monetization.

This interview was one that was highly anticipated on my end because he is the guy that made the biggest impact on my Online Business. In this interview, Yaro teaches HOW to set up a blog for success in a step by step way that so that anyone can listen to this interview and get actionable steps that they can take to make a very profitable blog. I hope you enjoy this interview. I definitely enjoyed doing it. Please leave your comments Below.

If you are interested in learning more from Yaro, check out his Blog Mastermind Coaching Program.

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19 Comments

  • jennally says:

    Fantastic ~ sign me up ~

  • Just listened to the interview Leslie, and I found it really informative and encouraging. I liked the part about people not having to write about making money in their blog to earn online. Great stuff!

  • I agree with ya there. Actually, in some of the non making money niches, a lot can be done. That's the beauty of blogging 😀

    • Larry, the best thing that I can tell you is that you just need to move forward. You don't have to be the best at everything, but you will learn as you go, and continue improving. When I first started doing stuff online to try to make money, I SUCKED at it big time. However, I'm getting better and better as time goes on.Takes a lot of work to make it happen, but it's all about taking action!

  • larryburr says:

    Just finished listening to your interview with Yaro. I have not started a blog for many of the reasons he stated, Fear being the biggest block. I have been thinking I don't know enough to write consistently on a topic. I see I must change my mindset. I need to just jump in and see what happens. I wll follow Yaro's advice. Thank you for this interview.

  • Andrew says:

    Leslie – I really appreciated this interview. Having been a follower of Yaro's blog since 2006-2007 I can attest to the growth and success of his blog. He is the perfect example of a consistent and persistent blogger. I can remember leaving a comment on one of his blog posts, before Yaro was so well known, and actually receiving a reply, which I though didn't really happen. Those types of personal and thoughtful touches are what boosted Yaro to the heights he now finds himself.In addition I really liked his commentary on the importance of trying different topics, in order to fine tune your focus. Many of us have so many different interests, that it may be difficult to find that perfect topic to create a blog around. Blogging on a topic that you either have experience in or find great joy in is key to not only having a successful blog but enjoying the process too.Thanks for the interview!

  • Glad you enjoyed Andrew and I agree with everything you said. In terms of trying different topics, very true. When I started, I picked two topics and started writing to both. Eventually, I realized that I was being more productive doing this, so I continued.It's important (in my opinion) to enjoy what you do. Otherwise it would be the same as sitting behind a desk doing a job that you hate. Makes no sense.

  • Mars Dorian says:

    Yaro is awesome – he's giving away lots of value and never feels spammy like most internet marketers – he's just found the right mix ! And I agree, fear was my biggest opponent – now I'm gaining momentum, and it's just mesmerizing – I even started v-blogging.

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  • Henry Kunz says:

    Leslie,I got to know about you through this interview with Yaro, which I found very interesting and hence decided to visit your website.Question: Given that you deny certain countries access to “PrizeFast”, does that imply that membership to your services is reserved for selected countries?

  • Hi Henry. Glad you found the interview interesting. To answer your question. Yes, PrizeFast is restricted to those indicated countries. That's a restriction placed on us by the advertisers and we really have no say in the matter where that is concerned.However, in terms of my blog, it's not just about freebie trading. It's about Building an Online business, whether with Freebie Trading or not. So yes, there are things of value here regardless of where you are in the world, if you are interested in growing your online business. I have a series of posts coming up that will go into a lot of detail where that is concerned.Hope that answers your question and thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • Hi Henry. Glad you found the interview interesting. To answer your question. Yes, PrizeFast is restricted to those indicated countries. That's a restriction placed on us by the advertisers and we really have no say in the matter where that is concerned.However, in terms of my blog, it's not just about freebie trading. It's about Building an Online business, whether with Freebie Trading or not. So yes, there are things of value here regardless of where you are in the world, if you are interested in growing your online business. I have a series of posts coming up that will go into a lot of detail where that is concerned.Hope that answers your question and thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • Wasim Ismail says:

    The Free report tip from Yaroo is great tip, giving advise and bringing in the traffic

  • Muhammad says:

    I have been a student of Yaro Starak for several months now. His email lessons are invaluable
    to me. I’ve learned a lot about the life blood of my blog: how to keep it alive and flowing through marketing. Subscribe to his Blog Mastermind Program. You won’t be disappointed.
    Muhammad

  • Muhammad says:

    Thank you for the interview with Yaro Starak,Leslie. I seem to learn so much through these interviews you have. I think they’re better than written instruction, because I stay focused for the full hour, I take notes. For me videos and podcast are very effective learning tools. Thank you
    again. Muhammad

  • joannna says:

    Thanks so much for your continued and valuable content Leslie, as always you over deliver. Joanna http://www.lillytheleaf.com

  • Lucy says:

    Very interesting listening to known person like Yaro speaks on his Blogging journey. I like the idea of starting up with two blogs, because that was my idea, but scared of the workload that comes with it…

    I’m really wondering if its possible to write daily content,Would I be able to add Value if I write daily? What about once or twice a week wouldn’t that be ok as a beginner, Don’t you think so Leslie?

    If my blog is about Network Marketing, should the contents I produce only be about Network Marketing or just about anything..Apart from Marketing online content which is definitely my focus.

    Cheers

    • Hi Lucy!

      Daily isn’t necessary. You need to decide what works best for you and stick to it. It all depends on your goals and ability. Also, it depends on what works for your niche. Test, Test and test some more 🙂

      Having a niche doesn’t necessarily mean that every post HAS TO be about that niche. However, I would make sure to relate it to the overall goal of your blog. Define your purpose and then work to build around that purpose.

      Hope that helps.

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