Zac is an entrepreneur with nearly 20 years of experience in the world of online marketing. He has been helping folks for a long time and actually his sharing tactics and his strategies over at his websites Zacjohnson.com and Blogging.org.
One Thing He Does Every Day To Make Money
He checks his email. He’s worked long and hard to establish and grow his personal brand, and because of this others regularly seek Zac out. As long as he’s checking his email, new opportunities and exciting business deals will be coming his way.
What Has The Greatest Potential For Growth
“No matter what, people are going online to search for something new every day. While you might think that blogging has been around forever, people are starting up every day, going online, wanting to know how to start a blog. Same holds true for anything else you could possibly think of. So if you can become the source of that information, show people how to do it, and make it easy for them, and then actually provide case studies and results of people that walked through that process, that is simply the best way to get your message out there, and get people talking about it.”
Favorite Software or App
Being in the blogging space since 1995, WordPress changed everything for Zac’s business by making website and blog creation so much simpler than the days of churning out HTML.
Favorite Song or Lyric
The entrepreneurial anthem is “Everyday I’m Hustlin’” by Rick Ross.
Spencer Johnson’s “Who Moved My Cheese?”
BONUS: How He Would Restart His Business In 30 Days With Just A Laptop And $1,000 In Seed Money
Zac would begin by creating a website, and if he was branding himself as an expert he would pick back up Zacjohnson.com. In whatever industry he were to pursue, he would begin by interviewing every industry expert through email, asking them specific questions that will help others in the industry, and then build content around this information to put on his site. He would develop an email list and create a call to action on his website, offering his audience exclusive advice from those industry insiders. He would also attend a conference and physically interview influential attendees, package up this content, build a membership course, launch an ebook, and sell them.
You can reach Zac at Zacjohnson.com and Blogging.org. You can also check out his Rise of the Entrepreneur podcast here!