Do you want to be a better blogger?

Did you know only 4% of the blogs created since 2002 still get updated weekly? 

You don’t want that to be you! I recently completed the How To Build a Blog You Truly Love eCourse, given by the fun and colorful Liv Lane, and I can’t say enough good things about it. I learned so much – from domains to blog decor to finding post ideas to promotion to utilizing social media to attracting ideal readers.  I found resources I never knew were out there.  I made new friends and we are supporting each other still.  I got supportive and constructive criticism.  I wrote a purpose statement.

Even if you don’t have a blog yet, I highly recommend taking this 6-week course.  You can work on it every weekday or do all the lessons on the weekend.  You’ll have access to interviews with lots of seasoned bloggers and artists, the class Facebook group, and the website where the class takes place.

Liv says, “The blogs that are booming & blooming these days are those created from the HEART – with palpable passion, a clear purpose, an authentic and unique voice, a commitment to quality content and plenty of room for growth. Those are the things that keep a blogger motivated and keeps readers coming back for more.”

This is the last time this year that Liv is offering the e-course, so I encourage you not to miss it! Class kicks off May 21.  Secure your spot now!

“Ready to breathe new life into your blog – or start one from scratch – and make sure it’s a rewarding, fulfilling, authentic extension of YOU? Then treat yourself to six weeks of self-reflection, soulful interactions, fear-busting and all-out magic-making with me and our 20 incredible contributors.”

I’m an affiliate of How To Build A Blog You Truly Love, so if you enroll in the course using the links in this post, I will receive a small, much appreciated commission.
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