How to Become a Professional Blogger with The Blogger Course

The Best Courses for Bloggers

Last year, I decided to invest more time into becoming a better blogger. Basically, I’d been winging it for 2 years and the time had come to get serious and learn how to blog like a pro.

I scrutinised numerous blogging courses, specifically travel blogging courses, and in the end, there was only one that met my needs (and budget) – The Blogger Course

The Blogger Course is a 12-week e-course designed by Monica from The Travel Hack. If you’re unaware of Monica and her excellent travel blog, where have you been?

Monica is one of the most successful, yet down to earth bloggers you’ll ever meet, more importantly, she knows a thing or two about professional blogging.

While I wouldn’t describe The Blogger Course as a beginners course, I would say, it’s written and designed in such a way that anyone can do it, understand it and benefit from it – especially if you want to be a professional blogger.

And, this is the really great news – it’s a quarter of the price of similar blogging courses without short-changing you on the content or detail.

I finished the course in double quick time and although I haven’t implemented everything yet, I have used Monica’s techniques on pitching brands and pricing my freelance writing. The work that I’ve secured using Monica’s pitching tips means the course has paid for itself three times over – YAY!!!

If you’re chomping at the bit – here’s where you can find the details:

The Blogger Course

If you’re sceptical and need more details, here’s what’s covered in the course:

Learn How to Be a Professional Blogger

And, if that’s not enough, there’s a secret Facebook group where you can ask questions and meet other bloggers working through the course.

The Facebook group was invaluable because you can interact directly with Monica. Imagine having access to one of the best travel bloggers in the world, that’s worth the course fee on its own!

And, if you want even more of an incentive to take The Blogger Course, here it is – there’s also an affiliate program which means you can promote the course and earn a small commission.

The good news is, the course price hasn’t been inflated to pay commissions so you and your referrals don’t pay any extra. If you think about it, refer enough people and again – the course will pay for itself.

So what are you waiting for? Head on over to The Blogger Course

So to recap, if you’re a blogger and you want to:

  • Become a Professional Blogger
  • Learn How to Pitch Brands and PR’s
  • Earn Money from Your Blog
  • Write Better Blog Posts
  • Build Your Blog Traffic
  • Grow Your Social Media Followers
  • Turn Your Blog into a Business

Get the best price: The Blogger Course

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The Bimblers is a blog for anyone living with a chronic illness, pain or fatigue. It’s a blog about coming to terms with being ill and about making the most of every day despite feeling like shit. It’s a blog about hope. Not false hope, but hope you can get out of bed, get dressed or leave the house. It’s an insider's guide to living with an energy limiting chronic illness and two fingers to the “Pull Yourself Together” brigade. If you can relate, its a blog for you!

2 Comments

  1. Lovely post and I completely agree with everything you have said! I am far from a pro blogger but feel like the course was still incredibly useful. Since the course I’ve been happier with my content, and have seen an increasing number of views and visitors which is great. Couldn’t recommend enough! Now I need to implement some more of the great tips…

    • Hi Nicola,

      I agree, the course was very useful and shared information most courses, in fact, most bloggers wouldn’t share. Like you, I still have plenty to implement, but its great to have all that to look forward to. I learned so much, have secured a couple of press trips because of Monica’s teachings and have earned enough to pay for the course and then some – I can’t recommend it enough!

      Thanks again for your comment, much appreciated 🙂

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