With the new year rapidly approaching, I’m getting so many questions from clients and friends about planning blog content for 2016. Far too often, someone will tell me, “I don’t know what to write about”, and I know it can be frustrating when you need to get some new content on your blog but you’re fresh out of great ideas of things to write about.
That’s why I can’t recommend Blog Clarity’s Content Brew self-paced e-course highly enough. It’s a fun, interactive online course that will help you plan anywhere from a month to an entire quarter of amazing content for your blog and social media networks.
And because it’s self-paced, you can do the Blog Clarity course work on your time and at your pace. Most people I know who have taken the course have completed all the work within a couple of weeks and have gone on to have a content calendar filled with great ideas for awesome blog posts that’ll keep your readers coming back for more. And isn’t that what we all want?
I personally took the Content Brew e-course last year, and I loved it. I was able to work through the course material a little at a time, at a pace that suited my life and my schedule. I loved that as I was working through the course, I was learning new techniques for planning content for my blog, as well as Facebook and Twitter, and I was able to put those techniques into practice immediately. For me, that made the course totally worth the time and money, because I was able to see results right away.
So what do you get when you sign up for Content Brew? Take a look:
- 2015-2016 content calendar template
- 9 written lessons with videos and handouts
- 6 handouts that serve as an idea guide to give you an endless flow of blog topic ideas
- Access to a private Facebook group where you’ll be able to interact with others who are currently taking or have previously taken the course
- Lifetime access to the course, so you can refer back to it at any time
That’s a lot of stuff, right? And at just $59, this e-course is definitely a valuable investment in your blog and yourself. I think it’s just what many bloggers need as they start to plan for next year.
Whether you’re an experienced blogger or a newbie just starting out, I highly recommend checking out Content Brew. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
Oh, and if you’re looking for some really cool, super functional blog planning printables, be sure to check these out.
Have you taken the Content Brew e-course, or any other online class to help you plan your blog content? I’d love to hear about it in a comment below!
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