006 How Mitch turned his passion for Football into a MASSIVE Online Business

March 10, 2011

In this Episode of Learning with Leslie, I interview Mitch Wilson from SportsChatPlace.com.

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Mitch is a friend that I went through Yaro's Blog Mastermind training program with me, and that's how I got to know him. From the first day I met him, I could tell he was a Mover and Shaker.

He took his passion for Football and turned it into a Massive Online Business using the concept of delivering a ton of value using a blog.

In this interview, Mitch talks about the importance of producing high quality content on a regular basis.

Mitch has grown his website to where he has quit his job to blog full time, and he receives thousands of people visiting his site EVERY SINGLE DAY, and makes a killing! However, don't think that it has been an easy ride.

Mitch Wilson

Listen to this interview to see how much work he put in to reach where he is today.

If you are looking for inspiration, and actionable content, this is the one.

He also gives the details of what steps he took in order to grow his website traffic and start making money. If you want to see how passionate Mitch is about his topic, check out one of his videos from his site:

You want to listen to this one, because it's packed with value. Also, let me know what you think about it in the comments below and by calling the hotline at (888) 835 – 2414.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Great interview, lots of useful info, and the last line is something very valuable, don’t be afraid to take chances” being in business it’s all about taking chances, if you don’t take chances, someone else will, and you will regret it. Take the chances, and take Calculated Risks.

    • Glad you found value in the content. You are so right. Your last three words sum it up perfectly – “Take Calculated Risks”. That’s how I try to live my life. It can be hard, but the more you do it, the better you become at taking the right kind of risks.

      Thanks for the comment Wasim!

  • Tai says:

    Definitely great to hear for inspiration. Once again, content rules!
    It’s also great to hear from someone sucessful in a niche other than
    internet marketing. I have heard before about how membership sites can
    provide a more stable income and when Mitch talked about his
    membership site that really made me understand that aspect of
    monetization even more. I also liked how he talked about writing for
    the Internet as aposed to other types of writing. The best tip I got
    was “Do not waste words!”. We are taught to write so differently in
    school that it is hard to change your ways. I will consider this when
    I create my content from now on.

    I was just thinking that this podcast reminds of that Kevin Costner
    movie Field of Dreams where they said, “If you build it they will
    come”. That’s kind of what Mitch did and is constantly doing everyday.
    You are doing the same thing also Leslie! Thanks for another great podcast.

    • Great insight Tai. I got a lot of value from this interview also. Content really is King, and I’m realizing that as I build my online business. The more content you put out there, the better. It doesn’t have to be the most professional setup in the world. It just needs to provide value to enough people.

  • This is interesting, i’ll watch the video tonight. I had a sports website for a while that was bringing in some good traffic but monetising the site was a nightmare.

    • Well Steven, Mitch definitely isn’t having a problem with monetising. He is doing better than most people on websites. Sometimes it takes some creativity to monetise effectively, but if you have a lot of traffic to a site like that, it can definitely make some decent money.

  • […] interviewed him almost a year ago, where he talked about how he built his blog, Sports Chat Place, into a massive […]

  • WOW!!!! When he said no one searches for he, they, ETC I was blown away … that is beyond a great tip! This guy is such an inspiration and he is a true representation of the fact that strong content is better than strong SEO. Great interview leslie!

  • Shauna says:

    Great interview with some great writing advice. Keep it simple. You’ll appeal to a larger audience.

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