I teach people how to start blogging, in plain English, no technical experience required. Thousands of people have followed my instructions, from teenagers to 77 year olds (true story, her name is Louise). I’m confident you can too.
So why would you want to start a blog?
Good question. Starting a blog is like staking your claim in the ever-growing online world. No one can take it from you, and best of all, you can use it as a springboard to make money online, build an author platform (a must if you want to be traditionally published, although you might be interested in why I turned down a book deal), as a creative outlet, to start an online service business and so much more.
So, in addition to teaching people how to start a blog, I also teach them how to turn it into a springboard.
What makes me different from all the other sites teaching the same?
No doubt you will find
hundreds thousands of sites with information like mine, many of which are excellent (and ones I read too). I also make a full-time income from my blogging endeavors, blah, blah, blah. In those ways, I’m not all that different.
On the other hand, I’ve been at this longer than most. You’ll see plenty of similar bloggers who started in 2015 or 2012 or even 2007, but there weren’t a whole lot of us when I started in early 2004.
I have an insatiable interest in how the blogging and social media landscape works, so I research, observe and read about it a lot. Like a lot a lot. And while other bloggers have built large teams and thriving companies, I’ve purposefully stayed nimble and I prefer to keep things minimal. Simple is my style.
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