BlogMastermind: A Training Program for Bloggers
No writing tips on this post, but I figured many of our readers would be interested in know about this training program. BlogMastermind is basically a course, with the duration of 6 months, and the aim of giving all the information and tools that a person needs to create a successful blog and to make a living with it.
I am sure that there are many outstanding writers among our readers that would like to start a blog and make some money with it, but perhaps they are not sure on how to get started or what steps to follow. If that is you the training program might be a good investment.
Once enrolled you will receive weekly lessons, audio interviews and video case studies. The topics covered include:
- blog foundations
- blog design
- selecting a niche
- generating traffic
- content production
- search engine optimization
- monetization with ad networks
- direct advertising deals
- blog promotion
- leveraging social media
The course costs $97 monthly, but I think it is worth the money if you are going to apply the information to your own blog. Usually with proper guidance it is very easy to reach $100 monthly from a blog or website.
Last year I helped on the training program by serving as a Mentor on the community forum, and by writing some advanced lessons, so I know the content pretty well. If you have any doubts or questions, therefore, feel free to ask.
The BlogMastermind course had its first edition last year, and it opened its doors again today. Here is the enrollment page if you are interested.
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5 Responses to “BlogMastermind: A Training Program for Bloggers”
@Hula, it is running right now.
Thanks a lot for this, so when will the program be running again?
would be interested in know – should be – would be interested to know, or in knowing, right?
Wow sounds awesome, thanks for posting this up, I’ll check it out!