All I can say is the author has squeezed her years of blogging and writing experience into a short and easy to read manual for budding as well as established writers and bloggers who want to succeed in the world of blogosphere.Kim Garst (Forbes Top 10 Women Social Media Influencer)
Simply following these 40 steps would surely lead to fruitful results in one’s blogging endeavor but as she rightly mentioned in her 40th tip – success does not happen overnight and a lot of hard work and patience is called for.
Follow these 40 golden tips and see the magic of blogging success. Thanks to this brilliant eBook, my blogs have been showing a steady increase in traffic, since I started applying Cendrine’s secret recipes.
I highly recommend this eBook for it’s well-worth the time and money.John Thomas, Curator and Editor of The Networker Publications
An added bonus is how encouraging she is throughout the book about blogging pitfalls. She brings her own experiences into her narrative, which makes you feel you’re not alone.SAK
Although little, don’t underestimate this book’s potential to improve your blogging in big ways. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in beginning a blog or improving the results of their blogging efforts.Jon Whitbeck, Web Developer
Honestly, I wish that this book existed when I started out in the blogging world quickly realizing nobody knew my name or that I even existed. With Cendrine’s help I guarantee you that I would have gotten my dream blogging career earlier in life and quite frankly, no one likes to wait. Currently I am an automotive journalist who does some freelance work but mainly writes car reviews and goes to travel shows (sometimes internationally) for Autobytel.com. All of that came from utilizing a number of the tips in Cendrine’s book and despite a bit of experience I found that there was even more to learn in the pages of Cendrine’s utterly brilliant masterwork!James Hamel, Journalist
I highly recommend reading this and applying the tools and practices to get your blog the traffic you want.Natalie Brown, Musician
In my search, I found The Little Big eBook on Blogging by Cendrine Marrouat. While Cendrine is experienced and accomplished, she is not (yet) a rock star in the blogosphere. As I read about Cendrine and her blogging history, I felt a closeness that I could not not feel with rock star bloggers with millions of followers. Cendrine’s message wasn’t a phoney get rich quick scheme. Instead, it was practical, grounded advice on building a solid following through ongoing traffic-building efforts. It was a great feeling to learn from someone maybe just a few years ahead, offering solid advice and realistic goals.
The Little Big eBook on Blogging is concise, allowing me to read it in just a few hours. Yet it felt complete and nothing seemed left out. On finishing the book, I was raring to go, though I realized 40 tips was too much to implement all at once. So following the author’s advice, I picked the tips most likely to help my blog and started working on those. I am happy to report that the results are already visible. Jeff Franz-Lien, IT Thought Leader