Blogging can be an overwhelming thing to get into. There are TONS of things to learn, speed bumps to overcome and tasks to complete in setting up your blog and building a following. Simply put- blogging for beginners can be frustrating.
Because of this, we created an 8-week checklist that’s available 100% free for you to get your blog started on the right foot.
Building on this checklist, we created an advanced course explaining all of the items on this checklist in detail.
The checklist on its own is of great value- and will be a tremendous resource in setting up your blog. What the advanced course will do is explain everything and break it down more completely. The advanced course will save you even more time and make setting up your blog a much more streamlined process.
Each week touches on aspects of design, content, traffic and money. You will learn and do one (or more) things in each of those areas every week. The premium course will dive deeper into each one of these sections with details, tutorials and more.
Because everyone works at their own speed and not everyone will need help for every week, we have made this course available for purchase in its entirety and on a per-week basis.
At just $15 for a week, if you’re going to save an hour or two of time, research and heartache by getting the course- it’s completely worth it!
Blogging for beginners is so tough. Having the ability to read and learn from someone who has actually been through it, and who has created a blog providing a 6-figure income, can be absolutely invaluable.
I’ll leave you with these three tips for beginning bloggers:
– Don’t give up. SO many bloggers quit after about a month after they’re struggling to build a following and make money so quickly. Remember, it takes time. If it were easy, everyone would do it.
– Always be learning. Since the day I started blogging to today (many years later) I have never stopped learning about blogging. Whether it’s how to tweak my blog’s design, or how to better use hashtags on Instagram- there’s always something to learn. Keep an open mind and be eager to learn.
– There’s room for everyone. When you first start your blog, or if you’ve been considering starting a blog, something you might thing is: “there’s already too many blogs out there.” This couldn’t be further from the truth. Successful blogs are being started every day. I’m SO glad I didn’t have that mentality when I started and there were already millions of blogs out there. As you grow your blog and audience, it’s important to keep this idea in mind when you’re trying to build your business. Don’t shy away from collaborations and from sharing other blogger’s content. There’s a tendency for some bloggers to want to “keep it all to themselves” and this isn’t a good idea. Not only does sharing other people’s content position you as an authority to your audience, it also helps you to build relationships with other bloggers that could lead to link exchanges, social media shout-out exchanges and more.