January 11-February 1, 2013
Do you want to re-energize your blog and blogging practice, or discover the ♥ of your blog? During this 4-week e-course you’ll play with fun assignments through a private blog with your fellow juicy bloggers.
The course consists of three kinds of fun-work:
• Reflection questions to refine your blog’s purpose
• Connection assignments to build community and traffic
• Creative and juicy blog post prompts to get you writing
While working at your own pace, this course will help you:
• Discover what you love to write about
• Create a big ‘ole list of juicy blog post topics
• Learn tricks & tips for building community & traffic
• Design a blogging schedule that works for you
• Connect with other juicy bloggers
You’ll receive a coupon for 25% off a one-hour blog coaching session tailored just for you.
Do I need to have a blog to take the class?
Yes and no. You’ll probably get more out of the class if you have one, but I’ve had students who take the class to help them think about what kind of blog they want to create. If you’re just starting out, and aren’t sure what you want to write about, you could set up a practice blog with WordPress.com or Blogger to play with during the e-course.
Do I need to have blogged for a long time?
Newbies and seasoned bloggers are all welcome!
What format are the lessons? Will I get to interact with other students?
All of the lessons are shared as posts on a private class blog. Class discussions happen with myself, and the other students in the comments of each post. I respond to every comment and question, so you’ll receive lots of personalized attention.
How much time will it take?
About 2-3 hours per week (that’s less than half an hour a day!).
Your blog posts and juicy homework assignments will be posted on Fridays (January 11, 18, 25 & Feb. 1). Even though the last blog posts and homework will go up on February 1, you’ll want to take the following week to read and do the homework, so really, the class “ends” on February 8. Each lesson builds on the next, so it’s helpful to finish each week’s homework before the next lesson goes up. That said, it’s also fine for you to work at your own pace.
Testimonials from students
Read 13 blogging success stories from past students in the September 25th issue of the Juicy Blogging News.
“So sad the class is over! . . . THANK YOU. I loved it.”
“The best part of it all is that it is just so much fun!”
“Britt’s e-course was great. It helped me find my blogging voice. It provided me with solid ideas and steps to improve my blogging practice. It also helped me plan for how to build my readership via blogging as well as other social media outlets. Wonderful course!”
“Loving this course. Blogging is addictive.”
“Britt Bravo’s Juicy Blogging class is giving me a lot to think about, in the best possible way!
“The class is great. I am learning a lot, and the pace and format are working for me.”
“I have a much, much better idea what I’m doing with my blog now.”
“As a ‘non-blogger’ I found the Juicy Blogging E-Course to be of great value to me. It gave me basic understanding of the blogosphere and basic skills for how to incorporate a blog into my website. It was a good value to connect with Britt Bravo who has a great blog and lots of good insight.”