Top Blogging Courses by Professional Bloggers

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One of the first questions I get when I tell others that I blog for a living is “how do you do that?” I always respond with it takes a long list of steps to blog professionally. I could technically show someone how to do the basics of earning money blogging. However, I’d much rather see someone strive to reach the same income level I’m reaching to get. These courses I’m recommending are from bloggers who are making thousands of dollars a MONTH. I’m in the midst of finishing off some of these courses myself. All of them are well worth the money it costs to get them, but please pay close attention to the notes I’ve included with each one, though.

Top Blogging Courses by Professional Bloggers from a bloggers point of view who has tried them all. Have you taken these blogging courses?¯

Blogging Courses by Professional Bloggers

Elite Blog Academy 

Join The Waiting List for the blogging course that will help you become the professional blogger you long to be! Sign up here!

Elite Blog Academy is by far my favorite online blogging course that I’ve ever bought. You can indeed learn more about this course by reading my post about whether or not you have what it takes to blog professionally. This course is costly, but to me, it’s a wise investment that feels likes an online blogging college. I don’t know of any college course worth its weight in gold that is cheap.

FREE LESSONS TO GET YOU STARTED

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Blogging Made Simple FREE blogging training series available now. If you've ever considered blogging this is a course for you to get.

Building a Framework

Building a Framework is a course that will showcase a majority of the aspects of blogging that are vital to know. She covers everything from start to finish. One of the reasons why this course is worth investing in even if you have EBA is because she goes over many technical aspects of blogging that EBA doesn’t offer. This course is available for $97.00.

Blog by Number Book & Course

The Blog By Number started out as an amazing little e-book jammed pack with stuff well worth having on hand as a blogger. She shared valuable resources such as Facebook groups, Pinterest groups, and many other gems of information. I have not had the pleasure of taking her course, but judging by the e-book alone she is sure to have created a class that will be valuable. The e-book is only $17.99, and even as a seasoned blogger, this book helped me quite a bit. The e-book and course are only $47.000. She has priced these products rather reasonably. She is also readily available to help any of her customers.

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing is one of the most popular affiliate marketing courses on the web. It is for a good reason! IF you do not know that much about affiliate marketing, then this course is for you! It will walk you through all of the ins and outs of affiliate marketing. She even tells you where to apply and how. It’s a very easy to use the course, and you can refer to it anytime. This course cost $197 or two easy payments of $105 a month.

Pajama Affiliate Marketing

Pajama Affiliates marketing course is entirely different from Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing. This course focuses primarily on earning income from Amazon; whereas, Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing focuses on collecting revenue from companies and products you already use and love from other sources. Now, here’s the deal in my book, making money from Amazon is way harder than making money from other sources! I’m always promoting Amazon on my site because I use it every day!! So, for me even getting bits and scraps of money through them is worth the effort I put into promoting them.

Carolina goes into great detail in her course to help you with Amazon. I’ve heard from many of her students that they have seen a drastic increase in their Amazon income from following her advice. I probably would have too if I continued to pay to have Jaaxy Keyword Tool. However, I could not go on to do that at this time. When I can, then I know I’ll finish out her course. Amazon income is not high enough for me to justify investing in that tool right now.

Learn To Blog Hangout Courses

Crystal and Kelli from Learn to Blog Hangouts have made classes to help you with increasing your organic searches. I have their Skyrocket Pageviews book and have found it to be quite helpful when I owned my other blog. Once this blog has enough quality content on it, I plan on doing it again. They also have another course called Dominate that I’m considering investing in also when this blog has more content.

Strategies Worth Sharing 

I don’t know about you, but I can tell you that Facebook frustrates the tar out of me. I did the tips in Strategies Worth Sharing e-book on my old blog, and it did help me gain an extra couple of thousand followers. When I finish some of the other things on my to-do list, I will be putting these strategies to use on my new Facebook page for Sharing Life’s Moments. You can get this book for only $20.00. She does also offer an upgraded package with more training for only $50.00.

Big NOTE:

A big money saver for me was getting the Genius Bloggers Toolkit. It is filled with many different lessons from other online entrepreneurs. Plus, you get added bonuses to try other blogger tools.

An upcoming Genius Bloggers Toolkit FLASH Sale is coming April 3-4th, 2017

Conclusion

All of these courses have helped me in one or another on my blogging journey. I am glad that I bought all of them. The trainers of these classes all know their stuff and are more than willing to help you grow your blogging income as long as you put forth the effort to do the work in their courses.

Talk to me in the comments please:

Which of these courses appeals to you the most? If you’ve taken any of these, what was your opinions on them?

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    • These courses all have their benefits, and each is unique in their way. I hope I helped you narrow down which one would be good for you. If not, tell me what you need help with the most, and I’ll steer you in the direction you need to go. 🙂

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  1. I have been thinking about taking some courses lately, so this is a great place for me to start. I wil look into a few of these 🙂

  2. I am intrigued by the Elite Blogger course. I have been blogging for years, but somewhere along the way it became much more competitive and business like than social. I would love to learn how to make some money from my blog, though.

    • EBA is the place to start for sure with this, but you have to get on their waiting list because it doesn’t open up again until Feb. 2018. Making Sense of Affiliate marketing is another great one that will help you start to earn income through affiliate marketing. I’m finding affiliate marketing to be a more “classy” way of making money in a sense.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  3. This is a great list. It’s hard to sort out who’s courses are legit these days because I feel like every new blog has a course even if they don’t have the experience to back it up!

    • I agree. My blog may look new (and technically it is), but I’m not new to the blogging world. I ran another blog for over five years and sold it in 2016. I wanted a fresh start, and I’m glad I decided to take it. (I’m still making some edits to this blog as I fully figure out what route I’m going to take with this one.)
      I’ll stand behind all of these courses with a passion. I OWN all of them and Much more. However, these by far are well worth the money you spend on them, but be sure to get the course that will benefit you the most. If I left you with questions on which one that may be, please ask me.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I do hope to see you again soon.

    • I didn’t start investing in blogging courses until my 3rd year of blogging. I was like you and learned a good portion of it on my own through loads of research.

      (I’m still making many changes to this blog because I’m finally seeing what direction I want to take it in.)

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  4. I love that you have shared all of these in one place. I definitely am looking into taking a course or two this year some time.

    • I hope this list has helped you narrow down which course or two you should take this year. If you have any further questions about them, please don’t hesitate to reach out with your questions.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  5. I’ve never really joined any eCourses from fellow bloggers. I love that there are people who offer free lessons. I like sharing my knowledge about blogging but I’ve never thought of making my own eCourse.

    • It may be something worth considering provided you have the knowledge to truly help someone who may buy your eCourse. I have bought many other courses in my blogging career, but these are some of my top favorites.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

    • I agree that when you think of a blogging course that it’s made primarily for new bloggers, but some of these, EBA and the SEO classes from Learn to Blog, are geared to helping veteran bloggers get to the next stepping stone.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

    • I’m glad to see another fan of the EBA joined in the conversation. I am a huge lover of the EBA class and Ruth for sure.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  6. These all sound amazing. I don’t think people really understand how much time and effort it takes to become a professional blogger. I would love to take anyone of these, and I have to get my hands on the Genius Bloggers Toolkit!

    • The Genius Blogger Toolkit comes out soon for a FLASH sale. I’ll be posting about it for sure when it gets closer to time for it.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  7. I bave never joned any blogging courses in my entire blogging career. I think it’s really helpful and it’s a great way to learn about the things you need to know about blogging.

    • They are quite helpful. It’s more of a time saver and also having a proven track record to follow that makes me glad I’ve invested in these courses.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

    • Congrats on going to a conference. It is on my list of things I desperately want to do. I had hoped to make it happen in 2016, but other things ended up keeping me from being able to do it. This year is not worth going when my blog isn’t anywhere close to where I want it yet. I want this blog to be a bit older and more established before I go to a conference.

      Thank you stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

    • These bloggers that made these courses have proven their worth to me time and time again. Some of them I have worked with personally as virtual assistants so I’ve SEEN the money!! I don’t trust everyone’s advice.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  8. I have never taken a blogging course but I have used the multitude of free resources online. I also have read Ruth’s book and the Building a Framework book when It originally came out. Both were incredibly helpful! I will have to check the rest of the classes out, they look so helpful!

    • Both of those books are great for sure. I started out using a lot of free resources but found that I was spending so much time doing research and finding many different answers that I was taking away from being productive.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

    • I understand the time issue. However, I’ve always heard we make time for what matters most in our life. (Of course, my family and other things have had to take precedent in my life for almost the last year, so I get it.)

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  9. There are so many great courses and resources available to bloggers today. I attended the Profitable Blogger Summit last and learned a lot, plan on attending it again this year.

    • Lucky! I want to go to a blogging conference something fierce. I’m hoping it will be in the budget soon (now that I’m done buying courses except for maybe the Conquer course from LTBH.)

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I really appreciate you telling us which conference you enjoyed attending. I hope to see you again soon.

  10. I so need to take some blogging courses. I feel like I am ready for my blog to start earning an income. You have provided a great list of places to start.

    • I’m glad that you found this to be a helpful resource for you. I am confident that you’ll benefit from these courses.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to hear from you soon.

    • I love EBA too! It by far is my favorite, but all the other courses are wonderful too in their own way. They are well suited for different bloggers at the different stages they are at.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  11. I’m a new blogger and have been thinking about taking training. Like someone else said, sometimes it’s hard to know which ones are legit. Thanks for a great reference!

  12. These all sound great. I haven’t ever done a course like these, I’ve been blogging since 1998 so I kind of just go with the flow and its paid off. I am currently taking a food photography course though and am loving it.

    • Congrats on sticking with blogging for as long as you have. When you first started blogging, it’s my understanding that courses like these weren’t around. Plus, you had a stronger chance of being recognized because there weren’t quite as many bloggers on the playing field, am I right?

      Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting even though you have so much experience under your belt. I’m confident we could all learn quite a bit from you. I hope to see you again soon.

  13. These courses are full pack of information and knowledge, especially on how to grow financial benefit from blogging. I’ve never followed any blogging courses, but now I think it is necessary once I decide to go commercial.

  14. Oooo so many great blogging courses!!! One can never have to much blogging knowledge so thes courses are probably with the loot!

  15. Thank you. I’ve been wondering about a blogging course, but as these are all US based, maybe a UK one might work better for me. Just because although the techniques are similar, the markets and legal environment are very different. Food for thought though, thank you 🙂

    • I’m glad you thought it was unique. 🙂 I hope you found a course worth investing in. If you have any further questions about any of them feel free to ask them.

      Thank you for hosting a great linky party. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

    • Facebook isn’t always the bad wolf. You just need to learn how to tame the beast. 😉 Easier said than done though. Like with any training, it takes time and patience and loads of observation.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I can’t wait to see you again soon.

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