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The Best 3 ecourses for a New Blogger to buy.
Somewhere along the way in my blogging journey, I’ve come across a boatload of online courses, ebooks, checklist, workbooks, worksheets, etc on how to start a blog.
I’ve purchased quite a few and received others for free, just for signing up / subscribing to a blogs newsletter.
First off let me just say that all of them in their own way are and can be helpful to people depending on where they are both in knowledge and progress to starting a blog.
It’s all in the presentation
What I have seen, read and learned ( via videos ) is that there are only a handful that as a beginning blogger I’d highly recommend. Not only because they explain the process, step by step, but because they (some) also show you via video step by step how to accomplish what they just told you via video.
Sometimes when you’re in the process of learning something totally new and alien to you, even after you read the directions you might also need to see step by step what they just explained to you.
The first E-Course I highly recommend is:
Blog by Number – by Suzi Whitford at Start a mom Blog
By the time I came across her course I’d already read so much about starting a blog that I thought my eyes were going to bleed out! No, I kid you not!
I’d read so many “how to’s” “what to do first” “new blog checklist” that at the end of the day they ALL pretty much said the same thing!
I got that I needed a domain name and a place to host it, I also knew that I needed to use WordPress if I wanted to monetize my blog, but then from there…
I was on my own. Well! What the hey-hey.
Blog by Number helped me set up and learn a little bit about my WordPress dashboard. And, she “SHOWS” you how to do the things she’s telling you to do.
And best of all you can skip the parts you don’t currently need. That’s what I’ve done. Not to worry, I’ll be back to watch the rest.
My second recommendation is:
Your Blogging Mentor by Crystal Paine
Her courses aren’t expensive in the least and they’re very well put together along with the workbooks she includes.
Her classes are more for the very newbie blogger, who doesn’t know up from down. No offense, I’ve been in this boat myself.
Crystal’s very precise and takes her time in explaining things to you. I like that, she doesn’t assume you already know everything or even the basics of blogging. Like some other blogger instructors.
I’ve also taken her courses and am still working on another one that I just recently purchased.
My 3rd and final recommended course is:
Blogelina by Tanya Peterson
Not only does Blogelina have some awesome posts on blogging her courses are also fairly cheap and come with very good instructions. Her workbooks are also fairly easy to follow and help guide you along your blogging journey.
I must admit, that I’ve had more “aha” moments from her posts.
She had some very good, informative and extremely useful post on all things blogging.
Again, as I mentioned earlier her courses are inexpensive but well structured.
And, for any new blogger just starting out inexpensive IS ALWAYS a plus in my book.
Have you come across any courses worth their weight in cost? Let me know, as I’m still learning and any help I can get is appreciated!