Connect Your Likes to the Internet and Earn More Money

by Takeshi Tachibana

ISBN978-4-7631-3683-1 C0030

286 pages / March 2018 / 1,400 yen (w/o tax)

A professional blogger teaches the most successful ways to blog and use Social Network Services


Do you think making a job out of something you love is a rare achievement? With the Internet having made the world so small, it’s now something that anybody can achieve, the author says. The key lies in what and how you post on blogs and SNS. This book explains the process of turning your interests into a forte, and then into a job.


Not only about making money doing what you love, this book also explains how you can contribute more to society and live a more meaningful life. Learn how to earn more money doing what you love while also contributing to the happiness of others.

From the table of contents

Chapter 1            The key to turning your interests into earnings is how you share information

Chapter 2            Important rules concerning the sharing of information

Chapter 3            How to use a blog and SNS sites to market yourself

Chapter 4            How to make yourself stand out with personalized self-branding

Chapter 5            If you continue sharing your interests, your life and how you value money will dramatically change

From the editor "Kuro"


It turns out that anyone can find success doing what they love, without feeling the need to give up on their dreams. You just need to improve the way you use blogs and SNS sites such as Facebook and Twitter. It’s all very quick and easy — you can start incorporating what you learn into your very next post.



Takeshi Tachibana

Takeshi Tachibana is a professional blogger and writer born in Tokyo in 1969.

He runs a blog called No Second Life that received 10,000,000 views in one year. The growing popularity of his blog allowed him to leave his company and become a full-time blogger at age 41. He shares his knowledge in publications, advertisements, seminars, and business training sessions, and as a consultant on how to effectively use blogs and SNS.


After having had multiple experiences with depression, he studied practical psychology under Akemi Okabe and became active as a mental health counselor from 2015. In June of 2014, he started his own company, Tsunageru, of which he is the CEO. He’s currently living in both Roppongi and Kamakura, going back and forth freely while working on his blog.

His other books include Change Your Life With the iPhone Diet (Sunmark), Living as a Digital Nomad (Toyo Keizai), and 29 Ways to Do and Eat What You Want That Office Workers Need To Know (Daiwa Shobo).