Imagine the Possibilities
Are you a blogger who wants to move to the next level? Maybe you’ve been blogging purely as a hobby, or maybe you began with the intent of earning a little cash on the side. Perhaps you’re a professional with years of knowledge and experience that you believe you can turn into a value-driven source of income. No matter how you’ve come to this point, there is enormous potential to create a viable business through blogging. The one thing that most sites don’t tell you, however, is that it’s a lot of work!
As a young entrepreneur juggling a serious food blog, a challenging medical career, a young family, and a household, I know first-hand the level of dedication and commitment it takes to succeed in the world of blogging. Professional blogging is a long game and you must be willing to keep learning and pushing yourself forward, through ups and downs. Unfortunately, a lot of the websites out there that promote online marketing and professional blogging tend to sell the “dream” of online business rather than the reality. The prospect of making lots of money from something you enjoy can, in your mind, easily outweigh the true picture of what running a business means. That’s why, when I connected with Marianna from TheCollectiveMill.com, she immediately stood out from the crowd.
At The Collective Mill, Marianna has created a place for millennial women doing awesome things within their careers. It’s a place of community, inspiration, and resources aimed at helping these women succeed in their pursuits. Underpinning it all is her blog, in which she thoughtfully presents the lessons she’s learned along the way in her own entrepreneurial journey, as well as featuring the stories of women who have achieved success in a number of different pursuits.
Babes Who Blog
When Marianna asked if I would help promote her new e-course – Babes Who Blog – on how to get your blog off the ground in 30 days, I enthusiastically agreed. Her blog has provided a lot of value to me, and has made me take a second (and third) look at how I implement sections of my own blog that I thought I had “figured out” already.
With so many sites out there offering information and advice on starting an online business through blogging, why should you invest in a course like Babes Who Blog? Dan and I asked the same questions when we started out, in an effort to keep our costs down. What we discovered, however, was that the information we found was scattered, unorganized, and often out of date. The amount of time it took just to track down the relevant info we were seeking was costing us more in the long run. When we finally invested in a professional training course, we began learning and growing at an exponential rate.
In Babes Who Blog, Marianna covers all of the basics you need to understand how to run a professional blog through a series of video modules. The course is divided up into four major sections:
- Key Ingredients
- Building Your Blog
- Growing Your Audience
- Monetizing Your Blog
Each section contains a number of video modules that go into the nitty gritty details about everything from choosing a topic and defining your audience, to visual design, building an email list, and earning income through advertising, sponsorships, and your own products.
Marianna even provides a collection of valuable bonus materials along with the course, including tools to organize your editorial calendar, track your income, and even super-helpful templates on how to structure a blog post and an email opt-in form. These last two things alone can easily save you hours of time scouring the internet for ideas.
If you’re looking into the world of blogging-as-a-business for the first time, Babes Who Blog is well worth the investment. It’ll save you loads of time and wasted productivity, and put you in a good place to be ahead of the competition when starting out. Act now if you’re interested. The doors for this course will close at 11:59 pm on March 6, 2016. Even though the purchase window will close, once you buy you have lifetime access to the course. That means, you can take as much time as you need to go through the whole thing and apply the lessons you learn to your own blog.
If you’re a young woman aiming to build your own business, Marianna has created a place for you. As a woman, being a new business owner with tons of questions can feel lonely, especially in the world of online business where you’re not interacting with other people face to face every day. Spend some time on The Collective Mill and you’ll realize that Marianna understands this herself and has created a place where you can connect with likeminded businesswomen just like you. Be sure to pay her a visit, and click the button below to learn more about Babes Who Blog!
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