You know, I never really wondered if there were consultants who helped people improve their blogs. I always thought it was just something you worked at and slowly gained experience in and eventually got good at. And that’s exactly how it was for me and Jay, my business and philanthropy partner. Together we’ve built blogs, websites and projects that have brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars, touched millions of lives, and as an added bonus, we’ve also been able to give away around a hundred thousand dollars through our philanthropy work last year. It’s been a good run, to say the least.
Along the way we’ve spent countless hours over email, on the phone, and in person with people asking us all kinds of questions about how to do something more with their blog. How to grow their readership, gain influence, make money, touch lives . . . the list goes on and on. After years of answering these questions, we decided a few weeks ago that we would offer advice and guidance in a more structured way, so we launched blogger consulting services as our latest project.
We worked with ten paying clients in the first two weeks and realized that there is definitely a market for the knowledge we have to give. So we standardized our offering, built a website, and are throwing it out into the world today.
If you’re a blogger, project leader, or web-based business owner, we can help you grow your site, make more money, touch more lives, or do whatever it is you want to do. We make sure you know exactly why you’re working on the project, and then help you focus in on the activities that will most effectively help you reach your goals. We give advice and guidance from personal experience, and are always ready to tap our network to hook you up with anyone else you need to know. We also have our own advertising network based on personal relationships, so if you’re looking to monetize your site, we can put you in touch with people looking to buy ads.
You can find us here: http://NateAndJay.com.
The site is super simple. No flash, no selling, no marketing, no fluff. Just who we are, what we’ve done, and how we can help you. What you see is what you get, folks. Just as it’s been with all our other projects.
But if you do want to get a little crazy, we know how to do that too. Witness yesterday’s article about Abraham Lincoln filing a patent for Facebook in 1845. An homage to P.T. Barnum’s celebrated hoaxes and Abe Lincoln’s tall tales, this piece got picked up by pretty much the entire internet. You don’t need a huge platform to do big things – just a smart one.
Please come check out our site, and let us know if you want us to work with you to develop or maximize anything you’re excited about. If you know anyone else who might be interested, pass it along!
See you there,