About a year ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Harsh Agrawal from Shoutmeloud.com. I didn’t know anything about him or his blog at the time, but I interviewed him and we became friends. You can see the post and interview here.
We met up during Affiliate Summit at the EIG party to have some drinks, food and to hit some golf balls at Topgolf. But the rest of the event was all about sharing tips, tricks, and learning how to take our blogs, videos, and businesses to the next level.
This time during Affiliate Summit West 2017, we met again to catch up. I also interviewed him and asked him some questions about blogging, his new project and I asked him for some tips to share with you. You’ll see those in the video.
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Last year, Harsh attended Affiliate Summit as a regular affiliate. But this time around he was also a speaker. His session was dedicated to sharing his growth hacking tips which helped him double his affiliate revenue in about 1.5 years.
Naturally, I asked him about his growth hacking techniques during the interview. Even though I hate the term growth hacking because most people misuse it, I really got value out of Harsh’s presentation. If you are a blogger, you should have been there. He was one of many speakers why it is always worth going to Affiliate Summit.
I asked him about his newest project which might surprise a lot of people. It’s related to bitcoin and other alternative currencies; an emerging market to say the least. The name of that project is Coinsutra. And at the end, I asked him to share three tips for bloggers going into 2017.
On a side note, you can get the early-bird pricing for Affiliate Summit East 2017 already here. If you attended but missed Harsh’s session then you should get access to a recording of the session soon.
You can watch my interview with Harsh in the video below: