Win a Copy of The Art of Freelance Blogging

Earlier this year I released my blogging book “The Art of Freelance Blogging: How to Earn Thousands of Dollars Every Month as a Professional Blogger“. Through the book I share my knowledge of making money through freelance blogging over the last few years.

Today I would like to offer all readers of John Chow a chance to win a printed copy of the book. Five copies are up for grabs so you should all have a good chance of winning a copy 🙂

About the Book

The printed copy of the book is around 580 pages long and is divided into 27 chapters. It covers subjects such as why you need an online resume, how you can secure blogging gigs with high traffic blogs, how to negotiate your rate like a pro, and how you can raise your profile and establish yourself as a top blogger.

The Art of Freelance BloggingThe book also includes:

  • A 15 Step Action Plan – Details exactly what you need to do to land your first blogging job.
  • An introduction to HTML – The HTML elements that you will need to use to format your articles.
  • A WordPress Installation Guide – A complete walkthrough which shows you how to install the most popular blogging platform on the internet.
  • Interviews with 7 Professional Bloggers – Chris Garrett, Georgina Laidlaw, Nathan B Weller, Sharon H Hurley, Bamidele Onibalusi, Allena Tapia and Susan Gunelius.
  • An Extensive Freelancing Resource List – Hundreds of useful links to resources you will use as a freelance blogger.

How to Win a Copy of The Art of Freelance Blogging

Entering this competition is very easy. All you have to do like John Chow and Kevin Muldoon on Facebook. Then simply submit your entry below.

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Additional points can be awarded by following @JohnChow, following @KevinMuldoon and tweeting about the giveaway. You can also gain extra points by leaving a comment to this article, explaining when you started reading and why. Whatever you do, make sure you submit your entry above or it will not be tracked.

Also, please note that Amazon may take a few days to a few weeks to deliver a printed copy of the book to the competition winners. It depends on where you live in the world (unfortunately, this is out of my control) 🙂

If you prefer to read books in a smartphone, tablet or eBook reader, you can download the book from Amazon free over the next five days (it’s worth doing anyways so that you have a digital copy of the book) 🙂

Good luck to everyone who takes part in the competition and thanks to John for letting me host the competition here.


Kevin Muldoon is an experienced blogger who blogs regularly about WordPress, Blogging, Social Media and Internet Marketing on his personal blog. He can also be found on Twitter @KevinMuldoon and Google+.

6 thoughts on “Win a Copy of The Art of Freelance Blogging”

  1. Christine Senter says:

    I’ve been reading for many years. I started blogging almost 10 years ago and knew if I wanted to make a living doing so, I’d have to take lessons from the best.

  2. Erwin says:

    Hi everyone,

    I’ve come across johnchow about a year ago and I do read it very often and I also try to be active on this blog and I see it is helping me grow audience to my blog.
    So it is benefital and I fine it useful.

    Thank you for all this.

    And see you on top.


  3. Perry Moore says:

    Met John 2 years ago at a Meetup in Vancouver,
    been following him ever since. he was the first social media guru who by example proved that by daring to share first you reap much more later.

    Peace to John and family and followers.


  4. Edson Hale says:

    I happened to listen to a presentation of John Chow on YouTube in which John was telling how developed his blogging business from scratch; he also told detailed account of his struggle and how he did different nature of jobs before joining that; I have been struggling to get published my guest post on this blog but yet to make it despite several efforts. God bless you John Chow

  5. Faisal says:

    I have read his books, they are nice.

  6. Thanks to everyone who entered.

    The winners are:

    Erwin Mentel
    Kusemiju Paul
    Perry Moore
    Cioban Iosif Gabriel
    Bi Vi Tu

    An email has been sent to all winners, with details of how they can claim their prize.


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