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August 26,  2015

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Date: 8/27 - 10/8
Length: 6 weeks
Price: $299.99
Instructor: Robin Houghton
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Have you been blogging for a while, and in need of the inspiration and ideas to take it to the next level? Do you want to dig deeper into what makes a successful and unique blog?


Perhaps your blog isn't performing the way you would like?


It's easy to start and maintain a blog but most bloggers barely scratch the surface of what's possible. This course will take you out of your blogging comfort zone and encourage you to experiment and think bigger. It goes beyond the basics to explore such topics as how to fine-tune your blog's theme, how to improve your blog's visibility in searches and across the social web, how to turn your blog followers into a community and how to start monetizing your blog.


By the end, you will have the confidence and the know-how to build your blog into something extraordinary.

Build Your Blog into Something Extraordinary!

This course is open to anyone interested in blogging. Robin Houghton will be available to answer all of your questions. No question goes unanswered! See syllabus here »

What you'll learn:

How to customize a Theme to suit to your needs
How to add amazing functionality to your blog with plugins
How to improve your SEO and get your blog seen by more people
How to turn your great blog content into products in support of your books
The benefits of team blogging, and how to go about it
How to turn your blog into a vibrant community hub
Tools and tactics for managing your social activity and keeping the buzz going, without it taking up all of your time
How to start monetizing your blog
Turn Your Blog into a Vibrant Community Hub!

Robin Houghton

Robin Houghton is a professional online marketer, trainer, social media specialist and author of three books on blogging, including Blogging for Writers (F+W/Ilex, 2014). For over a decade she has helped clients communicate effectively online, working with individuals, entrepreneurs, small businesses and corporates.

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