Are you new to blogging?
There is so much to learn about blogging. RSS, CSS, SEO… it almost has it’s own language!
When I started my blog, I waded through article after post after YouTube tutorial trying to figure out everything that I needed to know. Once I had a few posts up, I kinda thought people would just find my blog and love it. If I produced amazing content, the followers would come, right?
Turns out, it doesn’t exactly work that way.
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Are you struggling to get people to view or subscribe to your blog?
This was the hardest part of blogging for me. Over and over again, I read that the key was Pinterest. I had a personal Pinterest account and liked using it, so I figured that using one for my blog account would be just like that. So I set out with a new plan: I would get followers on Pinterest who would read my articles, pin them, and follow my blog.
But again, it doesn’t exactly work this way either.
Along my blogging journey, I have had a million questions.
- What site should I use to host my blog?
- How do I pick a niche?
- What if I run out of post ideas?
- What does SEO mean?
- How do I know what keywords I should use?
- How can I get people to view my blog?
- How can I get people to actually subscribe to my blog?
- What social media do I need for my blog?
- How can I use Pinterest to promote my blog?
I could go on and on.
I tried researching these things on Pinterest and through Google searches, but needed so much more, and better, information than I was finding.
Frustrated, I reached out to my friend Ashli, who blogs at The Million Dollar Mama.
We had worked together, and I knew that she was able to quit that job and more than replace her income through blogging in a few short months. She was ever so helpful, and saved me from wasting tons of time and making countless mistakes.
Since she is a rockstar at blogging, Ashli created an ecourse called Traffic Boost Bootcamp.
This course answered all of my questions about how to start a new blog. Those questions I listed above? Traffic Boost Bootcamp answers them in detail.
Even more, it answered questions that I didn’t even know that I had.
For example, I had no idea that I could add keywords to my Pinterest boards. I mean, I didn’t even realize that Pinterest was a search engine!
I know what some of you are thinking… I’ve had my blog for a few months now. I’m past a lot of the beginner stuff.
Thats what I thought too. But I was wrong. This comprehensive course left me with a list of “action items” (which Ashli so wisely summarized at the end of each topic).
Traffic Boost Bootcamp is great for people who are thinking about starting a blog, people who have a young blog that needs some TLC, or for people who have a great blog but aren’t seeing the traffic that they hoped to have.
In addition to answering all of the questions above (and more!), Traffic Boost Bootcamp will teach you the following:
- How to start your blog.
- How to customize your blog.
- How to increase your pageviews.
- How to use Tailwind.
- How to use Boardbooster.
- What, when and how to pin on Pinterest for maximum effect.
- What you need to do to have lasting traffic.
- What things are a waste of your time.
Seriously, friends. Traffic Boost Bootcamp is such a valuable course.
There is no easier or more time efficient way to learn how to start and/or grow your blog.
If you’re looking to make money from your blog, this course is where you need to start.
How many of us have spent hours searching through Pinterest looking for ways to grow our viewership, only to find post after post saying, “I grew my views from 100 to 170K in two months with Tailwind Tribes!” Awesome! I’d love to do that, but I need MORE INFORMATION than just, get Tailwind Tribes.
Traffic Boost Bootcamp is exactly what you need.
It is all of the know how without any of the fluff. It will teach you everything that you need to know, in detail, to get your blog on a path to grow exponentially.
So check it out!