Become a Strategic Blog Writer in 5 Weeks
Blog Writing Workshop
With effective strategies, clear guidelines, and actionable steps, you can start attracting more readers and lifelong fans, fast!

This will be life-changing!

Blog writing is a coveted skill. Not only because it can help you create a profitable blog, but also because blog writing can open up other opportunities!

I know bloggers who, aside from running their own blogs, have also created successful freelance writing businesses. SaaS, B2B, and B2C writing gigs are in demand, and companies pay a lot for the right blogger/writer.

But first, you have to know how to write the kind of blog posts that can create opportunities.

And that’s what you’ll learn in this workshop: Writing for both human readers and search engine algorithms, through lessons, workshops, and personalized feedback on two of your writing that you’ll be doing during the course of this class.

Dates, times, and details:


5 Weeks
(Fall workshop dates are to be announced. Classes convene once a week for two hours. There is also a weekly, hour-long office hour where cohorts can ask me questions regarding the class or assignments.)

→ 15 Students MAX. ←

*Classes and office hours are held over Zoom.*
What is the most important thing for bloggers?

Strangely, I’ve had people tell me they couldn’t start their blog because they cannot find a WordPress theme they like.

Maybe you’re that person. Maybe you know that person. But I’m here to tell you that what really matters to be a successful blogger is:

Your writing. 

Great. Consistent. Writing.

And so, this class, spanning five weeks, will focus on writing search engine optimized (SEO) blog posts — specifically, writing how-to and list-type blog posts — that will attract readers and lifelong fans!

How is this workshop different?
What will you learn?

A LOT of things about writing amazeballs blog posts, every, single, time!

Below I’ve attempted to outline what each of the 5 weeks will cover.

Week 1

– What makes a great post?
– Analyze parts of a blog post from seasoned bloggers (titles, intros, headers, CTAs)
– Coming up with topics (and clusters)
– The anatomy of a how-to blog post

+ Office hour

Week 2

– SEO before writing a post
– SEO after writing a post
– Ongoing SEO
– SEO tools
– Anatomy of a list post

+ Assignment due (How-to post)

+ Office hour

Week 3

– Feedback/workshop how-to post (previous assignment)
– Creating freebies and content upgrade to grow an email list

+ Assignment due (List post)

+ Office hour

Week 4

– Feedback/workshop list post (previous assignment)
– Primer on email list building
– Primer on Pinterest to grow traffic
– Coming up with future product ideas

+ Office hour

Week 1

– What makes a great post?
– Analyze parts of a blog post from seasoned bloggers (titles, intros, headers, CTAs)
– Coming up with topics (and clusters)
– The anatomy of a how-to blog post

+ Office hour

Week 2

– SEO before writing a post
– SEO after writing a post
– Ongoing SEO
– SEO tools
– Anatomy of a list post

+ Assignment due (How-to post)

+ Office hour

Week 3

– Feedback/workshop how-to post (previous assignment)
– Creating freebies and content upgrade to grow an email list

+ Assignment due (List post)

+ Office hour

Week 4

– Feedback/workshop list post (previous assignment)
– Primer on email list building
– Primer on Pinterest to grow traffic
– Coming up with future product ideas

+ Office hour

Week 5: Wrapping up. Q & A. No office hours.

Why me???

Why should you take this class from me?

That’s a legit question, and I’ll be happy to answer! Instead of writing a history lesson, allow me to highlight the main points:

– Some of my posts rank between 1 – 5 in Google’s search result page for over 50 keywords.
– Over a hundred keywords show my blog posts in Google’s first page.
– And my blog is only about 3.5 years old…
– And I also make over 5K every month online, consistently, and I’m only a side blogger…

These are pretty good data!

You see, my understanding of writing blog posts that rank doesn’t only come from academia, but from actual experience!

I have managed to rank on Google’s first page for multiple blog posts and pages on a saturated blog niche, with a blog that’s not even 4 years old!

Oh, and also, unlike some other writing classes, you’ll need to complete assignments, and you’ll get personalized feedback on your writing from me!

My blog post is #1 on Google's SERP
My blog post is #2 on Google's SERP
My blog post is #1 on Google's SERP
Join the Waitlist for Fall
Blog Writing Workshop
Do you wish to be the first one to know when enrollment opens again for Fall Blog Writing Workshop? Then join the waitlist below!

Only 15 cohorts are accepted for each workshop!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

I do ask that you have a blog set up, preferably with self-hosted WordPress. 

We’ll be learning blog structuring and some nifty WordPress tricks to improve your SEO and user experience, so having your blog set up already will help.

If you need help, you’ll find a detailed guide to setting up your blog right here.

Yes! That’s one of the things we’ll be focusing on and learn a lot about.

We’re all adults here, so it’s not like anyone will be reprimanded for not finishing assignments. However, one of the things that set this workshop apart from other self-paced writing courses is the feedback on your work. So, to take advantage of it, I sincerely recommend that you do the work, and finish the assignments.

Yes. This is going to be a fast-paced writing workshop, so you should know what you want to blog about. We’ll work on generating ideas and topic clusters, but you should have a good idea what your general blogging niche will be.

Not only will this workshop be helpful to you, but in fact, this will help you become a consistent and sustainable writer. The only things I ask for are that you put in the work, finish the assignments, and stay committed.

I encourage everyone to attend the Zoom classes. We’ll workshop the assignments, and bounce ideas off one another, moreover, you’ll be able to ask me questions during these classes. That said, life happens. So, yes, I’ll be recording the sessions and they’ll be available to you throughout the duration of the workshop.

Who is this class for?

This class is for you if:

You’re serious about blogging.

Let’s be serious. $295 may be cheap for some people, but for most, it’s not nothing. It’s an investment, so you better be prepared to put in the work.

You have time to attend classes.

This is NOT a self-paced course. The class runs from May 3 – May 31 and you’re expected to attend. Classes are on Tuesdays from 7 – 9 PM EST. If this doesn’t work for you, maybe you can join us next time.

You have time to finish assignments.

There will be weekly reading and writing assignments that you’re expected to finish. I’ll provide personalized feedback on everything that you submit in a timely fashion.

This class is NOT for you if:

You’re trying to get rich quick with your blog.

No such thing exists. You have to be patient and put in the work consistently over time. Blogging success for me was, in fact, exponential, but it wasn’t overnight.

You don’t have time.

As I’ve said, you’ll need to attend classes and turn in assignments on time for receiving feedback from me. If this is not a good time for you, hold off on joining right now.

You’re not willing to accept what I’m teaching.

It’s good to ask questions, but being argumentative without reason or respect is not acceptable in this class.

Want to be the first one to learn when enrollment opens? Then join the waitlist now!