Do you blog? I know many writers don’t, and I think that’s a huge mistake, for a number of reasons, which we won’t get into now. (You know I’m a blogging evangelist, and have been for many years, so I may be just a tad biased on this… 😉
Blogging’s mainstream now. Everyone blogs. Or thinks they should be blogging. Or wants to do it better…
So, blogging isn’t going anywhere.
However, in the years since 2000, when I started blogging, it’s changed. Nowadays, large companies have many blogs. Individuals give up blogging, and switch to sites like Twitter and Facebook. Then they decide that that’s not what they want, and they go back to blogging. It’s all very confusing, if you’re a new writer.
Therefore, it’s time for Blogging 2.0; blogging in the days of social media and image marketing. Blogging hasn’t changed, but there are many more ways in which you can use it, to build your writing career, and your platform.
Currently I’m developing a new coaching workshop, Blogging for Dollars v. 2.0, and after April 14, the original Blogging for Dollars will no longer be available.
Final chance to blog for dollars
Until April 14, Blogging for Dollars is available in a “goodbye… for now” special offering. The offering includes the entire package, plus the coaching, which is a $75 value on its own.
I adore this package, it’s helped many new bloggers. Take advantage of the offering now, before it disappears.
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