What does it mean to "treat my blog like a business?"
How much should I charge?
What is a content calendar?
If the idea of treating a blog like a business seems overwhelming, then this is the right place for you.
Stephanie Giese, the blogger behind Binkies and Briefcases and the founder of the BlogU conference, is breaking down EXACTLY how to get organized as an online entrepreneur so that your website starts to make more money for you.
By the end of this course you will have:
- a yearly spreadsheet tracking your blog's statistics in several categories
- an income and expense report
- a Pinterest content sharing strategy that does not overwhelm you
- a weekly plan for sharing content on your Facebook page
- a content calendar that works for you
- the confidence to know exactly how much to charge for your work and why
- access to downloads that have already been created for you- don't waste time trying to reinvent the wheel!
Video instruction, downloadable templates, and easy to follow step-by-step lessons make this course a great choice for bloggers who want to invest in themselves!
Watch your pageviews and your income grow once you have the right tools in place and understand how to use them.
This course is intended for bloggers who have a basic understanding of Microsoft Office products and Google Analytics. In order to take this course, you should:
- have a website/blog
- have a very basic understanding of Microsoft Excel & Word
- have a Pinterest business account
- have a Facebook page for your blog or business
- have Google Analytics installed on your website
Have all of those things? GREAT!
Let's get started!
Kim Bongiorno of Let Me Start By Saying says, "I like how you say You Should Do This, give an example why, and then break down the how. It feels personal in a good way."
Karen Alpert of Baby Sideburns says, "I just took the Welcome, Lesson 1 and Lesson 2 and [so far] I think it is AWESOMMMMMME!!!!!!"