Happy Christmas everyone! I decided to take some time off from blogging during the festive time to give myself a bit of a break – I’d actually even planned a post entitled “How to take a break from blogging” but didn’t write it in the end! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and are looking forward to the new year.
Speaking of which, today’s post is all about blog courses and the only two courses I think you should invest in for 2018.
Before recently, I hadn’t purchased any blogging courses. I wasn’t sure what I could gain from them, whether they’d be worth it or if I’d even have the time to complete them. I read a lot of blog posts on how to boost your blogging in the later half of 2017 and realised that the courses these bloggers were discussing might actually make a difference for me, so I gave a few a go.
These are the two courses that have made all the difference to me and my blogging recently and the two that I think you should invest in for 2018:
The course costs $197, which is why I’d call it an investment, but it was most definitely worth it for me.
Before I took the course, I was completely floundering with affiliate links – just sticking them into posts here and there with no real strategy or goal. From this course I discovered the best ways to use them, how to use them across different platforms and how to really get people to engage with your affiliate links. On top of that, I learned some new strategies for blogging and Pinterest in general too!
Personally, this is my TOP course for 2018. If you’ve got the opportunity to invest a bit of money into blogging, this is where you’re going to get your return. Click here to find out more about the course and purchase it.
If you’re wanting a more affordable course, Pinterest Ninja at $39.99 is ideal.
Personally, Pinterest is my favourite social media channel. It brings a big proportion of traffic to my blogs, and more importantly, this traffic is engaged – often staying on the blog to read and interact with more posts than the one they arrived at.
This course is one of the main reasons why I now have over 7500 followers on Pinterest and why my pins are far more highly engaged with than the average pin.
This course is packed full of tips and tricks on how to use Pinterest to the best of your ability while not overstretching yourself. On top of that, the course also has freebie graphics PLUS a list of 367 Pinterest group boards to join – it’s almost worth the cost just for those!
The Pinterest Ninja course completely revolutionised the way I was using Pinterest and honestly skyrocketed my following! Sign up for it here and let me know how you get on!
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