In this video I interview Wendy Piersall of WendyPiersall.com. Wendy’s had a lot of exposure from her blogging and provides some interesting insights into the dark side of being popular online.
Health issues forced Wendy to re-evaluate her pursuit of fame. And when she focused on paying the bills these activities were the first things she dropped.
Wendy also gives some great information for both businesses and bloggers concerning the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s ruling on blogging financial disclosures. Listen to hear the whole story.
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Here’s what you’ll learn about the pursuit of fame:
- Fame does not pay the bills
- Being on the front page of Digg does not bring you success
- It takes lots of work to get internet fame and even more work to maintain the internet fame
You will also pick up some interesting things about how the FTC ruling impacts both businesses and bloggers alike and what this means to them.
Now, over to you. What do you think about the pursuit of internet fame? Do you think it’s worth the investment? What are your thoughts about the FTC ruling?
Please share your thoughts in the comments below.