Take the online class, along with other bloggers, and participate in the full class experience!
The class is self-paced, and there are no set times that you have to be “in class.” You will, however, benefit from regular class discussions on the private class website and Facebook page.
You’ll have access to:
- the full class platform, including several weekly lessons and discussions about each lesson and assignment
- instructor feedback on assignments in the class platform
- a private Facebook group for class members, instructors, and guest instructors
- a PDF of course lessons at the end of the class
Once you purchase the class, you’ll receive an e-mail receipt that confirms your purchase. In the week before the class starts, you’ll receive another e-mail inviting you to the private class website and Facebook page. Within two weeks after the class ends, you’ll be e-mailed a PDF of the class lessons.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
- Who should sign up? Experienced bloggers. New bloggers. Any blogger who wants to breathe new life into her writing. Writers who are considering taking the leap into blogging. Bloggers who curious about how other bloggers developed their craft.
- Do I have to be in class at certain times? No! The class is entirely self-paced. However, there will be specific days when some of our guest instructors will make themselves available to you on Facebook or in our course platform. It will also benefit you to keep up with the discussions on the private class website.
- Will this class teach me how to set up a blog? No. It won’t. The emphasis of this class is on writing an authentic, creative, and compelling blog. It’s possible that technical questions may come up, but it’s not the focus of the class.
- I don’t have a blog yet. Can I still sign up? Sure! You’ll learn about the different types of posts that great bloggers have in their repertoire. You’ll learn how to engage your readers with good storytelling and well-crafted writing. You’ll have lots of posts in your “toolbox” once you set up your own blog.