Why blog coaching?
- You’ve always wanted to blog, but don’t know how to start
- You already have a blog, but lost momentum
- You need help finding time to write
- You’ve been told that you “should” have a blog and need help figuring out if you really do
- You’d like to learn how to increase your traffic
- You’re a newbie blogger who is nervous about putting herself out there for the first time, and would love someone to read and edit your first few posts before you publish them
Your one-on-one phone sessions will be tailored for what you need right now and will help you:
- Create a plan to launch your new blog, or re-envision an established one that includes an outreach plan, juicy content ideas, a posting schedule and tools to measure impact.
- Be inspired to write
- Find your blog’s purpose
- Increase your blog’s traffic
- Find time to write
- Feel more confident putting yourself out there.
Oftentimes, the launch of a blog also coincides with a change in career, or re-visioning of your business. Your sessions will mix big vision consulting and blog coaching to help you create a career you love and a blog that expresses the new you.
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Here’s what some my clients and students have to say about our work together:
“I came to Britt curious about how I could increase traffic to my blog. In an instant, I had tips and lists of best practices, I had her calm, experienced voice advising me of specific ways to help people link to and find out about my content. I was reassured and encouraged and even, dare I say, confident, that I could do much if not all of what she suggested. In the months since I consulted with Britt the graph of visits to my site has shot straight up and continues to climb!”
~Allison Fine, Author, Momentum: Igniting Social Change in the Connected Age
“Working with Britt is a real pleasure — from her cheery voice on the phone to her excellent advice. Britt demystifies blogging with news-you-can-use tips, must-have features and suggestions for blogging best practices. I highly recommend working with Britt, especially at that pre-blogging phase when everything feels overwhelming.”
~ Ellen Newman, Strategic Storyteller
“You have been the most inspiring, honest coach.”
~Blog coaching client
“The best part of it all is that it’s just so much fun!”
~ Juicy Blogging E-Course student
“I hired Britt to support my planning for our first ever blog at VolunteerMatch, and I’m glad I did. . . . By working with me to identify and understand our organizational objectives, Britt was able to make suggestions about features, best practices, and promotional campaigns that really do feel right for us. It also helps that she has a strong background in nonprofit issues — including volunteer recruitment.”
~ Robert Rosenthal, Director of Communications, VolunteerMatch
”Hands down the best #12ntc session so far is from @Bbravo. So much practical, tactical goodness on blog strategy! Bravo Britt!”
~ @TarynIdana, Marketing Manager, Common Sense Media
“Britt is a real pro. She’s experienced, knowledgeable, and talented – as a blogger and a teacher – always willing to help you figure and find things out. And she’s great fun! I highly recommend working with her!”
~Liza Pike, Founder, New Media Mentors
“I think Britt’s vision for bringing social media tools to the world of non-profits and social change agents is some of the most important work out there. I hired Britt to introduce me to the blogosphere and she totally helped me change my relationship to building and maintaining connections. Before I worked with her, the Web 2.0/Social Media world was like a completely foreign country to me. Britt acted as my tour guide and allowed me to experience the treasures of this new world.”
~ Lynn Johnson, Co-Owner and CEO, Glitter & Razz Productions
“Britt knows blogging inside out and knows how to convey the essentials to an audience of nonprofits and advocacy organizations. She presented at our recent New Media Boot Camp, bringing clarity and enthusiasm to a topic that’s often misunderstand.”
~ Marisa Murgatroyd, Senior Multimedia Specialist, Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE)
What your blog coaching won’t cover:
- Setting, or designing your blog
- How to use blogging to get rich quick
4 One-Hour Blog Coaching Sessions
1 One-Hour Blog Coaching Session