My quick 4-step system for getting guest posts accepted every single time


If you are an entrepreneur, coach, or author who wants to grow your email list, build your expert status or increase your traffic THIS training is for you.
EVEN if you just got started, barely have content on your site, and your email list is tiny

When I first started my online business I felt like an absolute nobody.  No one knew who I was and I only had 15 people on my email list.

I didn’t want to spend years paying my dues just inching on, so I decided to become masterful at growing my list and expert status through guest starring.

And that got me seen at places like:

Featured On Forbes
guest appearance at agents of change podcast
Venture Beat Guest Post
Guest Post Navid Moazzez
guest appearance at Mentee Podcast
guest post at adweek
byregina guest post
Guest Appearance at ASKLive

My goal with this training is to help you do the same.

Grab this training if you want to build your email list, traffic or expert status via guest starring!

You will discover:

  • 1
    4 steps you can use to start immediately getting a HELL YES to every pitch EVEN if you have no followers, no guest posts, and no superstar clients
  • 2
    My #1 tip to make sure your guest post attracts 1000s of your ideal audience (and no it has nothing to do with pretty polishing your site or having tons of remarkable content content)
  • 3
    2 mistakes that kill the guest post before the pitch--avoid and never get rejected by radio silence again 
  • 4
    3 things I wish someone had told me about finding the right guest starring opportunities (that grow your list and visibility as an expert at the same time)
  • 5
    The #1 trigger that makes influencers think I need this person guest posting for me (it’s not a large following/email list, heaps of comparable guest posts, or gobs of credentials)

Plus this BONUS You can use this strategy to grow your email list, build your visibility as the expert in your niche, and increase your traffic EVEN if you just got started, barely have content on your site, and your email list is tiny!