Dan Morris

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Dan R Morris, the mind behind Common Sense Revenue, has been using online tools to drive revenue since 2008. Dan spends his time working with bloggers to increase their revenue, improve their quality of life and time with family (without revenue loss), reduce their economic dependency on one source, and help them create a business that’s both scalable and leveraged.

Dan has been working online since 2008 when he got involved with the marketing of an antioxidant nutritional supplement. Through radio and TV infomercials curious customers would research the product and buy it online. Dan worked on marrying the messaging with the audience’s goals to increase sales and customer retention.


He has worked with bloggers, niche website owners, restaurants, tutors, national brands, and professional speakers (among others). Dan primarily works with clients in mastermind groups, private consulting, group classes, workshops, and through customized consulting agreements.

Guest Expert

Dollie Freeman, founder of TeachersofGoodThings.com, started blogging with the intent to make money, booked her first year with 5 blogging conferences to learn the tips and tricks of others who are making money blogging. Putting these tips and tricks into practice, she grew her blog to 200,000 page views in the first year.

Dollie’s also written two ebooks: Planning to $ave: Strategies to Save Hundreds While Providing for Your Family and The Charlotte Mason Way Explained: Includes a Resource Guide.

Turning her 14 years of homeschooling experience into a marketing opportunity, she started her second website, The Charlotte Mason Way. Here is where she offers consulting services to homeschooling moms of preschoolers through high schoolers looking to gain focus, clarity and inspiration for their own homeschooling journey.

Passionate about homeschooling the Charlotte Mason way, she is a contributing writer for The Homeschool Village. She works with several homeschooling companies, as an influential voice for bloggers and homeschoolers.

What are you going to learn?

This is the list of topics we’re planning on covering – but be prepared to add your own topic. We’ll decided as a group where we begin on the topics. And we may not get to them all, and we may add a bunch that aren’t here. The only goal is that we help YOU be able to take the next steps. So come prepared to say “I really need to learn about _________.

  • When SEO is useless
  • Blow up your photo, image and video traffic
  • Anatomy of a Perfect Post
  • How to sell services online – the customer funnel
  • Creating content your readers really want
  • Ebook Strategy: Pricing, Empire building, and where
  • Contacting the Media and Brands
  • Why and When to do Keyword Research
  • How to build a revenue stream, then grow it through measurement
  • Google +, Google Authorship and Publisher Rules
  • How to take advantage of all that a blogging network has to offer
  • Rebranding? How to do it without losing fans.
  • How to get multiple pages ranked for one keyword
  • Pinterest, YouTube, Bing and Press Release SEO
  • What can you learn about your site from Pinterest
  • Setting up YouTube to create fans
  • How to move a Page 2 post to Page 1
  • Branding isn’t about logos – It’s about consistency
  • Getting Pages Indexed
  • Which 20% of our efforts are creating 80% of our revenue
  • Using Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools to increase revenue
  • How internal site structure affects SEO, Page Views, Likes and Fans
  • The good, bad and how of automation
  • Which sites WordPress should Ping
  • Categories, Tags, Pages, Posts, Descriptions and Permalink Structure
  • Titles, Descriptions, Meta tags, Keyword concentration

Who is a good fit for this workshop?

Bloggers who have traffic to their websites, have been blogging for a while, are making a little money but are ready to take the next steps are the best fit for this program.

If you’ve tried Adsense, affiliate marketing, sponsored posts or membership sites as a monetization course, you’d be perfect for this class.

What I’d like to avoid are “first week bloggers”. If you just installed your blog for the first time, this is not the conference for you. Leave a comment and I can point you in the right direction, but here we’re not going to be addressing “what is a plugin” or any basic WordPress skill.


The Details

Every city brings us to a new place. I love that many of them aren’t hotel conference rooms but are something more local and fun.

p>Hyatt Place 4401 S. Laburnum Avenue Richmond, Virginia, 23231

Saturday, February 22, 2014 ~ 9am – 5pm

*The fee is non-refundable but if you can’t make this one and need to go to another one, we can arrange that.

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We’re meeting from 9 – 5

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