Dare to Conquer is run by a man named Paul Scrivens, known to DTC members as Scrivs. He runs several successful blogs in different niches. His blog topics include health and wellness, personal finance, beauty/fashion, and motherhood, just to name a few.
It’s impossible to say how much further this library will grow as Scrivs continues working and adding to the new Dare to Conquer website.
Dare to Conquer (formerly Billionaire Blog Club) is one of the largest blog curriculum programs available on the internet. Right up there with Ruth Sokup’s “Elite Blog Academy.” Paul Scrivens offers a FULL Blogging curriclum from Day 1 to Day 1,000,000,00.. (Okay technically his program offers a series of 30 day (or less) challenges. But the whole premise of the program is to build a long lasting business that will allow you to continue making money well into the late years of life.
ALL of these blogs were started for the express purpose of learning to build a blogging business quicker and better than other bloggers out there so that he could teach those methods to new bloggers. I’d say he’s done a great job of it himself as he has made around half a million dollars blogging this year!
When he started up the original Billionaire Blog Club, he knew the importance of community and so he built the community aspect into the program. This is probably the NUMBER ONE feature that I feel you really just don’t get from EBA.What is even better is that Scrivs treats Dare to Conquer and it’s community, like its his baby. You won’t get into this community and find yourself trying to learn just from other students. Scrivs is generally available to answer difficult questions and he also pays a community manager to assist when he’s not available. Personally, I love knowing that this isn’t some passive income game plan that he set up once and now ignores.
I joined Dare to Conquer, or DTC as members refer to it, in May 2018. I was looking for a bit of hand holding and to start profiting from my blog quickly. I had been searching for quite some time for a blogging curriculum that could give me a step by step process that would guarantee a return on my time investment.
Everywhere I turned I found review after review of the Elite Blog Academy. SOOO many, in fact, that I really began questioning how reliable those reviews were.
What kind of affiliate program was this course offering that so many people felt the need to promote it so aggressively?
After having been in DTC for some time, I can now see how so many people felt a need to promote the program that got them started. When so many of your “friends” are bloggers and they keep asking “How did you do that?”
It’s natural to want to share it with the world. ESPECIALLY since they are willing to offer you a commission on sharing something you love. WIN-WIN right?
But to be honest, I didn’t always feel that way. When I started the Billionaire Blog Club (now DTC) I wasn’t 100% in love at first. In fact, for a few months, I had buyers remorse over the purchase.
Scrivs was preaching things that were a bit different than what everyone else was preaching. His steps seemed harder, his words more harsh, and he was more focused on affiliate marketing (which I wasn’t interested in at the time.)
So even after signing up, I continued reading free eBooks and taking cheap courses, looking for that magical advice that would put everything into place. But in reality, there is nothing magical about blogging.
Like the crazy newb that I was, I was tracking my pageviews almost hourly, focusing intently on follower counts and creating multiple opt-ins to build up my (totally non-targeted) email list. Before long, I noticed patterns emerging.
The advice I had bothered to follow from Scrivs was getting me pageviews and income. In fact,following just a FEW of the tatics that Scriv’s taught, I boosted my blog traffic from LITERALLY almost 0 to over 25,000 in just one month.
That was enough to apply for Mediavine and start making some decent ad income (which is still my number one source of income to this day!)There was no denying the results!
Scrivs might have been teaching something different than the rest of the blogging “gurus” but he knew what he was talking about. So I started living and breathing the BBC (now DTC).The hardest part about writing a review for Scrivs is that he’s ALWAYS making major changes.
Don’t get me wrong, you never lose anything. He just keeps adding and growing the program. I’m so excited about the DTC’s new business focus.
Scrivs is willing to admit and teach what other bloggers keep denying. The blogging game has changed. It’s not just about putting your thoughts out there for the world and earning money on ads. The market is saturated now and you need to run your blog like you’d run a competitive business!
In addition to the community. Dare to Conquer offers a huge library of courses, Milestones, and “Journeys”. In all, there are well over 100 Lessons about the following categories.
Also Available are 30 day Blogging Challenges that lead you, day by day, through the steps necessary to hit specific goals.
Blog Challenges are currently still located inside of the Billionaire Blog Club Website.
Each challenge is 30 days of lessons and insight into meeting your goal!
This is a glimpse inside of slack. I've removed last initials and pictures but as you can see.. Scrivs is pretty much always active an available for questions!
Currently (November 2018) when you sign up for Dare to Conquer, You receive access to Dare to Conquer, Billionaire Blog Club, and the Slack Community. Because the courses are spread across two sites, Scrivs is currently offering the program for only $500. (He also offers a payment plan if you cant swing that upfront)
Although he has warned us that the price will be going up by quite a bit in the upcoming months so NOW IS THE TIME to get in. If I still haven’t convinced you that DTC is important for success and that you need to sign up NOW.
Then head over to the Dare To Conquer website and sign up for one of the freebies that Scrivs offers and let the man himself convince you!
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