Killer Flagship Content by ChrisG (Review)

I just finished reading Killer Flagship Content by Chris Garrett of currently of ChrisG.com and (formally?) Performancing.com. This fourteen page ebook that comes as a free gift when subscribing to the RSS feed for ChrisG.com is a great beginning resource for any new blogger. In fact, it is probably one of newest must read resources for a new blogger.

While many will argue that what is said in Killer Flagship Content has been said before by just about every blogger teaching others how to blog, it is nice to have the high points in one fourteen page supplement that new writers can be pointed to for easy reading. Chris puts everything in very simple terms and makes it easy to understand where he is going within the first five pages. The lists, tips, and insight he gives is something that I wish was available to me before I launched this website. Granted, I am not ashamed of anything I have done so far, I just feel that I could have started out better rather than learning 4-6 months later what I should have been doing from the start.

The idea of flagship content, is something that new bloggers need to focus on. There is a lot of "doing what that guy is doing" in the blogosphere these days. Having original content to point new readers to is something that is very important for a new writer to focus on. If you are new to blogging or known someone who is thinking of getting into the market, then you should point them to ChrisG.com where they can subscribe to the RSS feed and get a free copy of Killer Flagship Content. They will definitely want to add ChrisG.com’s RSS feed to their favorite RSS reader since Chris specializes in helping bloggers succeed.

For more information on how to obtain a copy of Killer Flagship Content, please visit ChrisG.com.

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