“In short, we give new bloggers, or people who’ve been toying with the idea of starting a blog, everything they need to start and grow a profitable blog,”
Spokane, WA (PRWEB) August 22, 2013
Blogelina announced the launch of a special sale on their four-week online blogging class for aspiring bloggers today. The class teaches would-be bloggers how to create a free blog, write for a blog, how to blog in general and specifically, how to start blogging for cash. The four-week class, which is titled “Profitable Blogging for Beginners,” usually retails for $25 but is just $5 to anyone who signs up at Blogelina.com for the October class session by August 31, 2013. Class participants receive a 60-page manual loaded with helpful tips on how to create and maintain a profitable blog, four weekly online class sessions, opportunities to ask questions and receive personalized feedback, blueprints, step-by-step tutorials and opportunities to network with other bloggers.
“In short, we give new bloggers, or people who’ve been toying with the idea of starting a blog, everything they need to start and grow a profitable blog,” said Blogelina owner and founder, Tanya Peterson. “I try to incorporate a lot of personal experience into each class as well as the class materials so that others can learn from my mistakes and successes and discover the joy of making their blogging dreams come true.”
In addition to the benefits already mentioned, people who sign-up for “Profitable Blogging for Beginners” will receive a free year of web hosting, which is valued at $84. “There are no strings attached and no hidden requirements,” said Peterson. “Professional bloggers recommend paid web hosting for a reason; it’s critical to the long-term success and growth of a blog. I want everyone who takes our four-week online blogging class to succeed so I make sure we offer one year of paid, professional web hosting free of charge to all class participants.” In addition to complimentary web hosting, Blogelina opens its archives to share foundational blogging information with class participants in its class manual including: ‘Questions to ask as you begin blogging,’ ‘How to choose a web host for your blog,’ ‘Why your blog design is so important,’ ‘9 different ways to easily monetize your blog,’ and ‘How to draw visitors to your blog.’
The class meets online each Tuesday evening for one month for one hour, from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. EST. Classes are virtual so participants can attend from the comfort of their own homes, offices or even their favorite wi-fi enabled coffee shops. Each session, a class leader guides participants through a section of the class manual. Each session offers participants the opportunity to ask questions and receive live answers from an experienced, successful blogger. While Blogelina makes no promises about how much income class graduates will be able to achieve with their blogs as they implement principles learned in class, they do stand behind the information they offer. Blogelina lets participants walk away at any time if they are not completely satisfied with the class experience and allows them to keep the class manual and year of web hosting service free of charge. Weekly follow up notes and class presentations are emailed out the following day to all participants, enabling those with scheduling conflicts to still benefit from the class information.
Blogelina posts feedback from class graduates about the four-week online course on its site. One participant, Rebecca, said her blog’s Alexa’s ranking dropped by 400,000 as a result of implementing what she learned in the course. Another graduate, Colette, remarked, “Tanya is very knowledgable about blogging and I’m so grateful she shares it with us newbies!” The course provides a wealth of information about how to blog, create a free blog, writing a blog and blogging for cash.
“While most of the bloggers in our community here at Blogelina tend to be Moms writing for other moms, that doesn’t define us,” said Peterson. “We are here to support bloggers in all spheres who are passionate about making their voices heard and generating revenue off their blogs.”
Blogelina was founded in 2009 by Tanya Peterson as a community for women who love to blog. Tanya’s vision in creating Blogelina is to create a fun way for bloggers to interact with each other, build relationships, network and learn more about blogging. Blogelina’s four-week online blogging class, “Profitable Blogging for Beginners” is one of the site’s most popular offerings, however daily blogging tips and an extensive archive of blogging articles are offered free of charge.