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For the next 36 hours only, there’s a flash sale going on for one of the BEST blogging resources that will be offered this year. If you missed it when the sale was offered in October 2019, you can get the same special bundle at the same price — but only until tomorrow evening (Thursday, January 16, 2020).
What is this resource? It’s The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit and it’s an all-new collection of some of the top-notch blogging courses, ebooks, and programs — all packaged together for a few days for one tiny but terrific price.
I Went Through All the Resources for You!
I spent hours going through the resources in the Toolkit in order to tell you about which ones are my favorites and those I think are most worth going through.
Let me just say, there is SO MUCH good stuff in this Toolkit! Wow!
16 Of My Favorite Resources
101 Prompts for an Engaged Facebook Group — This ebook is short but packs a punch. Lots of great ideas for fostering conversation, especially if you struggle to come up with good ideas to post on FB.
Affiliate Marketing, Simplified! — This one goes along so well with my course, Monetize Your Blog. If you bought that course and want to learn more about affiliate marketing, do yourself a favor and go through Affiliate Marketing Simplified. I especially found the case studies and the What Not to Do sections insightful, as well as her tips for how she’s earning steady income from her blogger Facebook Group. I didn’t particularly care for the font used in the course lessons or the large spaces, but the material was valuable enough to overlook that.
Bloggers’ Secrets — Very comprehensive course that covers almost ALL aspects of blogging. This course is well done, very in-depth, and would be great for a beginning to intermediate blogger to go through.
Boost Your Blog Traffic: 50 Strategic Steps to Increase Traffic To Your Website and Make It A Success — While this course isn’t as high-quality as some of the other courses in this Toolkit, it does have a lot of good ideas in it. If you are a newer blogger and you are looking to grow your traffic, I would definitely suggest that you check out the ideas in this course and make sure you implement as many of them as you can!
Designing With Typography — I thought this course was well done, unique, and worthwhile. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been turned off by a book or course just because the font or graphics/font seemed poorly done or were hard on the eyes or seemed contradictory to the book or course message.
Design Like a Pro with Canva — While this course was fairly basic, it is a fantastic starting place for learning how to navigate Canva and create professional-looking graphics for your blog and social media, without having to hire a designer. This course also gives you access to some Canva templates that are pre-made and ready for you to tweak (which makes it SO much easier to design nice-looking graphics!)
FB Ads for Affiliates and How to Grow Your Blogging Income Through Facebook Ads — Both of these courses are very thorough in walking you through how to set up Facebook Ads that will actually convert and consistently bring you steady, passive income. I’m excited to go through these in-depth myself in the next few weeks and then implement what I learn. I think that these two courses alone will be 100% worth the price of this toolkit alone. (However, they probably aren’t the place to start if you are new to blogging!)
How to Earn Income as a Christian Blogger — This ebook is a great starting point for any faith-based blogger who feels like they probably can’t earn an income since they are a religious blogger (totally not true, but I understand how it can be easy to believe this until you’ve been shown differently!)
Live Streaming 101 — I love Vicky’s personality and her professionalism but also the simplicity in what she teaches. If you are wanting to do live streaming, especially a regular live streaming show, this course will teach you everything you need to know from the technical setup, camera to use, and what kinds of topics might work for your audience.
Manual Pinning Simplified: The Super Simple Smartphone Pinning System for Busy Bloggers and Photoshop Pin Templates — If you’ve been wanting to prioritize Pinterest, these two resources will help you grow your traffic from Pinterest AND create beautiful, professional-looking pins. (Note: If you don’t Photoshop, I recommend using Design Like a Pro with Canva instead as it will be less expensive and easier to use and there are some great Pinterest templates included with that course, as well.
If you are new to Pinterest, start with Pinsider Secrets and Pin Practical Influence for some step-by-step getting started with Pinterest.
Podcast Launch Toolkit — This is a fantastic getting started course for podcasting. It’s fairly basic, but it gives you everything you need to know to walk through brainstorming, planning for, and launching a podcast successfully. (I’d also recommend reviewing Podcasting for Bloggers. It’s a quick but pretty comprehensive read.)