BK Blog Post
Posted by Britt Bravo.
Writer • Editor • Blogger • Teacher • Mentor • Here to help you share your Big Vision with the world!
The Juicy Blogging E-Course is back!
Do you want to re-energize your blog and blogging practice, or rediscover the ♥ of your blog?
I’ll be offering this ever popular e-course January 20-February 17, 2015. During the course, you’ll play with fun assignments on a private blog with your fellow juicy bloggers.
“The best part of it all is that it is just so much fun!” ~ Juicy Blogging E-Course student
The course consists of three kinds of fun-work:
• Reflection questions to refine your blog’s purpose
• Connection assignments to build community and traffic
• Creative and juicy blog post prompts to get you writing
While working at your own pace, this course will help you:
• Discover what you love to write about
• Create a big ‘ole list of juicy blog post topics
• Learn tricks and tips for building community and traffic
• Design a blogging schedule that works for you
• Connect with other juicy bloggers
”Hands down the best #12ntc session so far is from @Bbravo. So much practical, tactical goodness on blog strategy! Bravo Britt!” ~ @TarynIdana, Marketing Manager, Common Sense Media
How it works
At the end of the course, you’ll receive a coupon for 25% off a one-hour blog coaching session tailored just for you.
“Britt is a real pro. She’s experienced, knowledgeable, and talented – as a blogger and a teacher – always willing to help you figure and find things out. And she’s great fun! I highly recommend working with her!”
~Liza Pike, Founder, New Media Mentors
“I think Britt’s vision for bringing social media tools to the world of non-profits and social change agents is some of the most important work out there.”
~ Lynn Johnson, Co-Owner and CEO, Glitter & Razz Productions
I’ve been helping creative entrepreneurs, social innovators, artists, writers and healers realize their big vision in a fun, intuitive and practical way for 17 years! Before starting Big Vision Consulting, I worked for nonprofits and socially responsible businesses like Mother Jones Magazine, Odwalla and Streetside Stories.
I began blogging in 2005 with the launch of my blog, Have Fun * Do Good. Since then, I’ve written for the Huffington Post, WEtv’s WE Volunteer blog, BlogHer, NetSquared, the Stanford Social Innovation Review Opinion Blog, WorldChanging, Sparked, and the Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship blog. In 2012, I created my second blog, VegCookbook Club, which I passed on to the VegCookbook Club community to continue running in late 2014.
Do I need a blog to take this course?
Yes and no. You will get more out of the class if you have a blog, but if you’re taking the class to figure out if you want to blog, I recommend setting up a free Blogger or WordPress.com blog to play with. You can make your Blogger blog private and your WordPress.com blog private, if you want to experiment without anyone seeing it.
Will I learn how to set up/design a blog?
Nope, but if you’re just starting out, by the end of the course, you’ll have a much better sense of the type of blog you want to create when you do set up, or redesign your blog.
I have some things going on during part of the time the course is happening. How long will I have access to the material?
I’ll keep the class blog up for a month or so after the course is over: Till the first day of spring (March 20)!
Please feel free to email me with questions about the course!