Introducing PinArtwork’s Free Blogging Mini-Course. I’ve updated a previous online course that I was offering that was mainly focused on Pinterest and has been greatly improved. The online E-course is called PinArtwork Free Blogging Mini-Course and it’s is now available (no subscription to my blog is required). I’ve been blogging for 15 months and I want to share the information I’ve learned with fellow bloggers. This course is geared toward wherever you are at in your blogging journey to Start a Blog, Grow a Blog, or Monetize it! or to Grow your Pinterest followers.’
Update: As of April 30th, the Coursecraft courses will no longer be available; however, I’ve copied the contents of my free blogging course and it’s on a much better platform that has nicer formatting and lots more to offer to you. I’m still trying to figure out how to add images to the Teachable course so that they aren’t too big. That’ll come with time and practice.
For now the links are still pointing to the Coursecraft website. After April 30th, I’ll remove all of the Course Craft links and update them all to the Teachable course that’s called All-In-One Blogging.
I’ve had this PinArtwork’s Free Blogging Mini-Course available for quite some time and I realized that nobody has taken the course because I didn’t know that the course was set to closed for enrollment instead of open enrollment. I’ve modified the name of the Course and restructured the outline so there’s going to be a whole lot more available now for you. A subscription to my blog is no longer required to get access to the Free Blogging Mini-Course. One of the things that I’d suggest to fellow bloggers that might be contemplating making their own online course is to use the program that I used to create this course called CourseCraft. In hindsight, the one thing that I’d do differently is to watch the YouTube video that does a great job walking through some of the facets of the program. Had I looked at that video my course subscribers might have been a lot greater than it is today. Here’s the link to the YouTube video Build An Online Course On Coursecraft 2020 Tutorial – YouTube.
When I first started blogging I noticed that many bloggers prefer to use a program called Teachable (or Teachables). I tried my best to learn how to use the program but I couldn’t get past the part which is paramount to setting your online course which requires you to set up your outline, and titles for your lesson plan. What really attracted me to using Coursecraft is the simplicity of it’s use.
In this blog post about PinArtwork’s Free Blogging Mini-Course it has a two-fold purpose:
- To introduce you to PinArtwork’s Free Blogging Mini-Course and
- To provide you with the steps that I missed out on to promote my Course earlier. That way you won’t have the same problem and can get people subscribed quicker to “your” online course.
Steps to ensure you don’t miss on Coursecraft.
a. Ensure that you set it open for enrollment. When done correctly you’ll have the word close? and it’ll be grayed out. To the right of that will be open with a rectangle around it.
b. Ensure that all of the lesson plans that you want your visitors to see are actually published. By default, the lessons are saved as draft and won’t be visible until they are published. As the editor of the course, you’ll be able to see the draft lessons as well as the published lessons.
Here’s an extra incentive for you to sign up for my new Blogger Mini-Course
(featured below) or the top ad in my sidebar.
I’ve put nearly all of the information that was in the planner into PinArtwork’s Free Blogging Mini-Course saving you $15.00. If you don’t want to wait for the planner it’s available for you to purchase on my home page.
Here’s a sneak peek of just a few of the items from the Table of Contents for my PinArtwork’s Free Blogging Mini-Course. There’s a lot more in the course than what’s listed below. Please indicate to me other subjects that you’d like to see in the mini-course by leaving a comment, thank you very much.
Welcome / Introduction
Starting your Blog
- How to start a blog on WordPress (Domain)
- How to start a blog from scratch (with WordPress)
- Blog Foundation points
- Free Stock Image websites
- Setting up your Blog’s e-mail and forwarding your e-mails
- Recommended “minimum” Plug-ins
- Resources for “new” bloggers
- Pages to set up on your Blog’s menu
- Introduction to Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Growing your Blog
- E-mail Marketing
- Blogging DIY E-Courses
- Increase your Blog Web Traffic
- Freebies and Printables (Landing Page)
- Keyword Bank Cheat Sheet and Pinterest daily habits
- Marketing Plan – 4 Components
- 40 Awesome Blogs to help with How to Grow your Blog
- Brainstorm better headlines with Headline Analyzer
Monetizing your Blog
- Affiliate Marketing
- Recommended Courses to Monetize
- 10 Sites to help you become an expert at how to Monetize your Blog
- Top 10 Things you need to know about Pinterest
- Pinterest / Blogging Checklist
- Pinterest Group Boards
- Really superb pinning usage = Powerful Pinterest SEO
- SEO for Pinterest (Keyword Bank)
- Pinterest Templates and pins
- Boosting Pinterest Impressions
- First things to set up on Pinterest
- Suggested Pinning Strategies
- Anatomy of a perfect pin
- Seasonal Planning @ a glance for Pinterest
Checklists for “new” bloggers
- 7-day Blog Launch Checklist
- Blog Growth Weekly Plan
- Blog Growth Yearly Plan
- Blog Post Checklist
- Blog Growth Monthly Plan
- Pinterest Checklist Tips
I’ve also added a whole new section called SEO Tools for people that want to learn more about how to do an SEO audit or increase the page speed of their web site.
While I’m thinking about it, you might want also to check out a blog post written to improve your Pinterest impressions, grow your blog, and much more called How to triple your Pinterest Impressions.
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