juicy-blogging-long-logoJuicy Blogging E-Course: The Art & Play of Blogging
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Do you want to re-energize your blog and blogging practice, or rediscover the heart of your blog?

The class 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, the course will help you:

• Discover what you love to write about
• Create a big ‘ole list of juicy blog post topics
• Learn tricks and tips for building community and traffic
• Design a blogging schedule that works for you
• Connect with other juicy bloggers

“Britt’s Juicy Blogging class has been life changing, and that’s not something I say easily! Before the class, I had written one blog post. Now I have dozens of ideas, but more importantly, I know precisely how to make them interesting to readers in my field, where to post them, how to publicize them, and how to keep my voice authentic to my personality. Britt’s suggestions and tips are so specific it’s hard not to be successful if you follow her advice. I can’t recommend working with Britt highly enough – I’ve been telling everyone how awesome it has been, and what a huge boost it’s been in terms of visibility for my small business!” 

“The best part of it all is that it is just so much fun!”

“Thank you so much for holding the blogging class and really putting 100% into it. The organization and quality of the class, as well as the responsiveness from you, was better than most of my university’s classes.”

“I have so many ideas for future blog posts and I’m really excited to continue blogging! This was such a great experience and good practice.”

How it works

  • Each week on Sundays you’ll receive an email with a link to the week’s lessons on a private class blog.
  • You can work privately on your own, or interact with your fellow students in the comments of each lesson’s posts by asking questions, sharing reflections, and posting links to your blog posts for feedback.
  • I personally answer all of the questions you post in the comments of each week’s lessons.


Do I need a blog to take this course?

Yes and no. You will get more out of the class if you have a blog, but if you’re taking the class to figure out if you want to blog, I recommend setting up a free Blogger or blog to play with. You can make your Blogger blog private and your blog private, if you want to experiment without anyone seeing it.

Will I learn how to set up/design a blog?

Nope, but if you’re just starting out, by the end of the course, you’ll have a much better sense of the type of blog you want to create when you do set up, or redesign your blog.

I have some things going on during part of the time the course is happening. How long will I have access to the material?

I’ll keep the class blog up for a month, or so after the course is over.

Please feel free to email me with questions about the course.