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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.
Blogging Courses by Professional Bloggers
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.
The Blog Boss: The Blog-to-Biz Roadmap is a cheaper alternative course to the EBA and it provides similar material in a different manner. I believe she covers things that are missing from EBA as well. This course covers everything from setting up a blog correctly to how to make honest solid income with your blog. This is a steal at the price point Chelsea has it at right now!
This course will teach you how to be a successful affiliate for almost any company that you love. This is a short class that is jammed pack full of information and resources any beginner affiliate will benefit from learning. There is also some key things that experienced affiliates can garnish as well.
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.
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.
Traffic Transformation is an E-Book filled with over twenty steps to help you increase your traffic on your blog. Lena does a remarkable job of providing you with actionable how-to steps that are worth the time and energy to do. Traffic Transformation is a wonderful compliment to any/all of the courses mentioned here. She provides you with proof of how she’s gained results from her methods. Also, there is a video included with this E-Book too.
Another wonderful resource to keep a lookout for is the BC Stack that is put together by Blogging Concentrated. This year it’s from June 9th-June 14th, 2019. This is a bundle that includes many blogging courses at a deep discount. This bundle hasn’t cost me over $40.00 yet. It’s well worth EVERY penny even if you buy ALL the other blogging courses/books elsewhere. I invest in this ANNUALLY!!
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 were your opinions on them?