In the world of blogging, things are ALWAYS changing. I’ve been blogging for over 4 years and I still learn something new every single day. Blogging has truly propelled my career and become my business and in order to stay informed, I need to continuously research and learn this fast paced industry. THIS is where The Blog Workshop comes in, a community for bloggers to learn, network, train, and so much more. This conference is for new and experienced bloggers and helps connect bloggers with brands, PR pro’s and more. This is the BEST opportunity for bloggers to take their blogging business to the next level, join me and The Blog Workshop community by signing up for the community here: http://theblogworkshop.
There are several different workshops but I’m most excited about “Surviving SEO” since this is an area that always has room for improvement. Here’s a tidbit of what you can expect from this SEO workshop:
“Dan R Morris helps bloggers overcome burn-out by teaching them how to employ leverage in their business, identify with precision where they are generating revenue and how to take the steps necessary to make align their blog with their dreams. Dan the is founder of LettersFromDan.com, a website dedicated to improving your revenue stream from online efforts. Dan is an infomercial producer, blogger, niche website owner, product developer, author, internet marketer and Mastermind leader. Dan actively encourages marketers to take that extra step so that “Hope” doesn’t become the marketing plan.”
There is also an excellent opportunity to join The Blog Workshop University where you can take advantage of being a bloggy student learning more about blogging and business then you could ever imagine!
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