If you’re reading this, you’re ready to take action with your creative ideas.
You’ve read stories of how other people have built successful blogs and leveraged them for amazing opportunities and you’re ready to get started with your own platform.
But the blogging world is complex. Where do you even begin? How do you get lots of readers? Do you have to write a post every single day? Can you make money blogging?
With so many questions, it’s so easy to get overwhelmed. Free blog posts on the internet might help you with a specific issue, but what you really need is a step-by-step roadmap on how to build a successful blog.
And that’s exactly why I created The Blogging Roadmap.
Who Is This Course For?
This email course is for both beginning bloggers who are looking to get started, and intermediate bloggers looking to take their blog to the next level.
It’s for people ready to create their platform and start leveraging it for success, whether that’s attracting more clients to your business or finding your dream job.
If you’re tired of spinning your wheels and getting nowhere with your creative ideas, or if you’re just starting out and want to follow a proven formula for success, I’m confident this course is for you.
Why I’m Qualified to Help You
Like you, I’ve spent time in the trenches. For years, I struggled to get my blog off the ground.
Through a lot of blood, sweat, and tears, I learned what it takes to build a commanding online presence. I experimented with headlines, tested different approaches to reaching out to bloggers, and discovered the most effective way to engage your audience.
One of the biggest turning points in my career was when my very first article pitch to The Huffington Post was accepted and published within 48 hours.
Since then, I went on to become a contributor to their blog, resulting in a substantial increase in the number of subscribers to my own blog. (I discuss how to optimize your pitches to big sites in Lesson 7 of this course.)
My blog has become an integral part of my business. It’s the central hub where others can get to know me and discover my work, which has yielded me so many amazing opportunities.
From working with Coach on one of their holiday social media campaigns to landing more photography and consulting contracts, I owe it all to the online visibility my blog has given me.
I created this course after receiving feedback from so many of my followers who needed help getting started with their blogs. I’ve taken everything I’ve learned about building an online presence and an engaged following and packaged it an email course that will teach you how to do it too.
What to Expect
This course consists of 14 separate lessons:
Lesson 1: Why Choosing a Niche is Critical to Your Blog’s Success
Lesson 2: Five Guidelines to Follow When Choosing Your Niche
Lesson 3: Collecting Intel: How to Research Other Blogs in Your Niche
Lesson 4: Building Your Blog: Choosing Which Platform to Use
Lesson 5: Growing Your Tribe: Why Having an Email List is Essential
Lesson 6: The Secret to Getting Tons of Subscribers
Lesson 7: How to Get Lots of Traffic to Your Blog
Lesson 8: The Ingredients of a Killer Post (Including the RIGHT Way to Find Images to Use)
Lesson 9: Five Tips to Avoid the Dreaded Writer’s Block
Lesson 10: How to Stand Out From Everyone Else
Lesson 11: Leveraging Social Media for Success
Lesson 12: How to Monetize Your Blog
Lesson 13: Tips to Persevere When the Going Gets Tough
Lesson 14: Taking Your Blog to the Next Level
Each lesson is delivered to you by email every 24 hours. But lessons aren’t effective if you don’t put what you learned into practice; that’s why every lesson contains specific action items at the end, so you know what to work on before your next lesson arrives.
After two weeks, you’ll have finished the course and built a solid foundation of knowledge on how to build a blog that matters.
What to Do Next
Once you submit your payment information, you’ll receive the first welcome email within a few minutes. Immediately after that, you’ll receive your first lesson, followed by one email lesson a day for two weeks.
Ready to do this?
Let’s get started.