Getting to Know my Readers, Part 2

A few weeks ago I published a post called “Getting to Know My Readers, Part 1” – this is the next part of of that post, where a few of my readers answered a few more questions. Here’s what they had to say: 

Q. Who’s the blogger who feels like your best friend, even though you’ve never met?

A. Phil Turner (The 5 Currencies Guy)

A woman somewhere on the East Coast of USA. She has excellent reasons for not using her real name, but uses the name Hannah Gold. We started off working online about the same time. She blogs about girl scout activities and Jewish holidays

A. Shyam Bhardwaj

Brian Dean from Backlinko, I like his analysis, his thought process towards SEO. I don’t meet him personally (because we are from different countries) but I’ve a relationship with him. That’s his success 🙂

Q. What’s one thing that’s always made you feel confident and on top of the world?

A. Phil Turner (The 5 Currencies Guy)

I love when I get a meaningful comment that shows someone has read and been affected by what I have written. It doesn’t happen often enough.

A. Shyam Bhardwaj

I love what I do and that’s the good thing I feel proud about. On the other hand, I also know my weaknesses – One that I want to get rid out of as soon as I can – I am very weak in saying NOs.

Q. What’s your biggest goal in life right now?

A. Phil Turner (The 5 Currencies Guy)

My BIG goal is to work towards running real-life seminars – Intermediate goals include writing an ebook and running webinars. I have a spreadsheet set up with my 5 goals for the year in 5 columns and I do something towards each goal every day.

A. Shyam Bhardwaj

Growing my business and earning money 🙂 Sounds like everyone has the same goal but it means a lot to me. I want to work with best clients under my Jaipur-based SEO agency.

More specifically, I am planning a new innovative idea which I can move forward with. It needs funding too, so looking for investors, interested around the concept. That’s what I am running behind right now.

 

I hope to publish the next series of questions in a few weeks – if you’re interested in contributing to these interviews, please sign up for my mailing list.

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