If you’ve been thinking about taking any of my online blogging classes, I’ve got a good deal for you this month.
For the entire month, all of the online classes are available for 20% off. Each class is normally $50 so through October you can purchase each one for $40.
- Never blogged before and need to learn the basics? Take Intro To Blogging.
- If you already know the basics, take Blogging 2.0 and learn how to build a community and make money.
- If you want to start your own sports blog, take Sports Blogging 101 to learn about blogging for sports and how to grow a sports fan audience.
Upon payment, you’ll receive an email confirmation from me that includes a link to the webinar page where the classes are located as well as an attachment with a PDF of the class slides, which you can keep. The video link will never go away either so save the classes to watch later on as well.
More info on the three online classes available:
Intro To Blogging – This class is for anyone who has ever wanted to start a blog but didn’t know where to begin as well as the blogger who signed up for WordPress, wrote their first post and then realized they didn’t know where to go from there. The two-hour online course will hold your hand as we go over the basics of blogging (how to start a blog, how to name it, what to write about, tips for building traffic). Everything you need to get off the ground and get blogging.
Blogging 2.0 – Not only will this class build on what’s discussed in the Intro class, but it will also provide critical info for those who want to really expand their community, their traffic, their search engine optimization and make a little money while doing it. If you’ve already gotten a blog off the ground but need help taking it to the next level, this class should be extremely helpful for you.
Sports Blogging 101 – As a sports blogger, I know that there are certainly rules, topics and tricks that apply only to us. Building a sports community is unlike anything else on the web and this class will be all about how a sports blog goes from a voice in the crowd to leading the discussion. If you’re just starting a sports blog or want to learn some tips and tricks to make your current one even more popular, this is for you.