You already know that starting a blog is a great way to share your message, attract an audience, and strengthen your personal brand.
But over the last several months (years?), you’ve let obstacles get in the way. Should you use Wordpress or SquareSpace? Would anyone read your blog anyway? Would it take too much time to manage?
In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics of how to set up your blog and get your first few readers to how to create a strategy around monetizing your blog, even if you don’t have a large audience.
This workshop is designed to take you from idea to launch in just one week. You’ll walk away with confidence and a roadmap on what to do every day so that you can make your dream blog a reality in 7 days.
You Will Learn:
How to simply set up a blog, even if you struggle with technology
How to develop a plan to monetize your blog
What to do to market your blog without a budget
You’ll also receive a list of free resources and tools to support you as you launch and grow your blog
Jacky Habib is a journalist, media trainer, and creative entrepreneur. She has reported from a dozen African countries on humanitarian issues, social justice, and women’s rights. Her work
appears in publications including the CBC, National Post, and Global Citizen.
In addition, Jacky is the founder of New Lens Travel, a company that runs trips in Africa, led by local creatives, storytellers, and activists who are rewriting narratives of their communities.
She is committed to using media as a force for positive social change and is passionate about empowering people to tell their own stories.
General Admission: $35 + tax
Member Admission: Free
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