This week I’m pleased to feature Enstine Muki the founder of CashDonator.com and EMFastIncome.com
Don’t miss last week’s interview with Adrienne Smith the founder of AdrienneSmith.net.
Here’s some quick stats about his blog,
Recently I had a discussion on Google+ about the types of products that people are buying these days and why.
The dude I was talking to made a good point that since all of the top websites offer free products like Google, Yahoo, and Facebook people don’t expect to pay for anything so they don’t.
His point made a lot of sense until you consider the tools that people actually buy.
When you look at the plugins and apps that people actually buy you find one thing in common with ALL of them:
They’re useful and practical.
This is what I found when I was looking for social media tools last summer.
I came across an online based twitter tool called EasyReTweet.
I later discovered Enstine Muki was the original developer of this very popular Twitter membership site.
It’s awesome to see someone build a useful product themselves and promote it to the point that it’s generating over $1000 per month in revenue.
Can you imagine doing something like that?
Enstine ended up selling his product and moving on to the next one as the cool kids say.
CashDonator is his latest plugin for WordPress that helps you make more money by making it easy to manage ads.
I told Enstine what he is doing is tremendously inspirational and I hope young people look to him as an example of what they can accomplish by using their mind.
Just think. If you wanted to earn $1000 per month most people would tell you to buy a rental property.
A 1200 square foot three bedroom two bathroom home would rent for about $1000/month in sunny Florida.
That same home would cost you at least $70,000 to buy and fix up.
Enstine Muki was able to build the same type of income property without having to depend on a bank for a credit loan.
- He didn’t need to worry about hauling materials back and forth to the job site from Home Depot.
- He didn’t have to worry about tenants having a party and tearing up his property.
This is shattering the status quo and creating a new pathway to real wealth and prosperity for people everywhere.
Imagine if the youth of today learned how to code PHP instead of how to get to level 8 on the latest PlayStation 5 game.
OK, ok, alright, enough of me lets get to the interview with Enstine Muki the founder of CashDonator.com and EMFastIncome.com
Last month marked the one year anniversary for EMFastIncome.com obviously this isn’t your first “rodeo” can you share what has changed the most about your approach to blogging?
Well, I actually started blogging on the 21st of August 2012. Yes, the domain name was registered earlier on but that was purposely to be used as a test environment for my wp plugins and other pieces of code.
I frankly I never thought of blogging when I bought this domain name.
However, when I got into blogging august 2012, I was not sure where I was going but shortly after, I was becoming like crazy.
This whole thing just became a new world that appeared brighter to me. The engagement, the networking and the friendship were just so amazing.
I remember Ileane of BasicBlogTips, Brian of BlogEngage, Justin of DragonBlogger, Kiesha of WeBlogBetter and many others that inspired me big time.
Wow, so you you’ve only been at this for 7 months actually. Are you basically using the same game plan you started with? What has changed the most in your strategy?
I think a few things have added up. Initially, there was little of keyword stuff and SEO. I do more SEO now than before.
My commenting and guest posting activities now are a bit stronger than before and I have also grown in relationships
Obviously you are a talented PHP developer can you name another skill that you had to improve in order to find success? Also since you’ve done both, do you think it would be easier for a developer to become a successful blogger or for a blogger to become a successful developer?
My writing skills have improved so tremendously.
I was a lazy, clueless writer. I could only dig my code in PHP but today it’s different.
I enjoy blogging and coding. I’m either coding or doing some research and writing an article.
I think it all depends on the individual’s ability to develop new skills. Anyone can be a blogger and anyone can be a developer. All this can be acquired through a learning process.
DARNELL: Finish this sentence:
I noticed the biggest improvement for my blog traffic when I stopped _______ and I started _______.
I noticed the biggest improvement for my blog traffic when I stopped just writing without keyword research and I started doing proper SEO.
True or False. A high PageRank of 4 or better is a requirement for a successful online business.
In the last three years you’ve launched three very successful domains: EasyRetweet.com(Sold), CashDonator.com, and EMFastIncome.com. If you could summarize how you did it in three words what would they be? Explain.
Very hard work.
It’s not easy to come out with something the public likes. It’s a lot of hard work and smartness.
These three domains (including some others) have given me sleepless nights and kept me absent from several social activities.
I think they pay off.
What I learned from Enstine Muki the founder of CashDonator.com and EMFastIncome.com:
#1 – It’s not what you know but what you do with what you know.
Enstine proved that developers who are wiling to learn about marketing can profit from their own projects.
I believe that marketers who are willing to learn about development can accomplish the same.
If you can successfully develop and market your own products you are basically unstoppable.
#2 – Don’t underestimate the fundamentals.
SEO has become almost a controversial term these days.
However, what Enstine’s been able to accomplish in a short amount of time is impossible to deny.
Do you know how hard it is to get your site in the top 50k on Alexa? Enstine did it in only a few months, WOW.
He says that today he focuses more on SEO than he ever did before.
What do you think you should be focused on?
#3 – It takes hard work.
Hosting a $100 instant Paypal contest doesn’t seem like hard work but the truth is it takes a long time to figure this stuff out.
It takes a ton of effort to build up an audience that will actually participate in a contest to make it worth hosting.
This is why I say you have to be successful in order to be successful.
Blogs don’t set themselves up and articles don’t write themselves either.
There are no shortcuts, it takes hard work.
I want to send a big shout out to Enstine! Thanks for taking the time to do this interview.
I know you could have developed another awesome plugin instead doing this interview and maybe made a few extra billion so thanks for sharing knowledge bro, I appreciate it.
Now it’s over to you.
What did you learn from Enstine Muki?
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