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How to improve your Blogging

A while back I posted that I was assessing a multimedia course on blogging from an outfit called Simpleology. It was – and still is as far as I know – offered for free, so I was prepared for something a bit superficial. However, I duly signed on to access the course (itself a rather tortuous process – you have to wade through rather a lot of promotional stuff before you get to the point) and was impressed.

The course comes as 15 audio-visual lessons, with simple but clear graphics and helpful commentary from Mark Joyner. There are also interactive quizzes at the end of each lesson, as a way of revising. There’s a lot of “what to do’s”, while some of the “how to do it’s” are a little sketchy; but they generally point you in the direction of further help.

About a third of the course is directed at those who want to make money from a blog. This is not something I aspire to (yet!). Nevertheless, as an elderly Englishman just venturing into the blogosphere for the first time, I found some useful information in the lessons, and I would think others would find it helpful.

How to blog?

I’m evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they’re letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it’s still free.


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