Blog Writing Workshop
Fall Workshop: September 6 - October 4
Registration is now open!
Drive Organic Traffic, Build a Community, and Sell Products with Your Blog Posts.

Writing makes all the difference!

Have you ever wondered why people come to your blog, but never sign up for your freebies?Β πŸ˜•

I’ve had readers tell me exactly that! That people were coming to their blog, but they bounced too soon, and never cared to sign up for the amazing lead magnets!Β 

Basically, nobody wanted to become repeat readers!

You see, writing and publishing are simple things that anyone can do.

But to write in a way that makes people want to get more from you is as much an art as it is a science.

If you join the blog writing workshop, you’ll walk away with tips, tricks, templates, and a solid understanding of how to write blog posts that are loved by both search engines and your human readers!

And not only that, you’ll complete assignments in this workshop and I’ll give you feedback! That way, we’ll be able to flush out any gaps that you may have had in your blog posts before.

Fall 2022 workshop dates, times, and details:

β†’ 5 Weeks
From September 6 - October 4, 2022

Classes: Tuesdays from 7 - 9 PM EST (US and Canada)

Office hours: Thursdays from 7 - 8 PM EST (US and Canada)

β†’ 12 Students MAX. ←

*Classes and office hours are held over Zoom.*
Things You'll Be Able to Do After This Workshop

You’ll start ranking higher with targeted formatting πŸ˜Ž

That’s right, if you know how to format your blog posts in certain ways, you can start ranking higher on Google. 

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to realize where your content is falling short, how to fill those gaps, and how to format your blog posts correctly that will start ranking on Google. And the higher you rank, the more people will come to your blog!

You’ll channel intention with your writing.

Not all blog posts are made the same.

Some will bring you traffic and subscribers, some will help you sell more, and others are there to make a connection with your existing readers, subscribers, and well-wishers.

After this workshop, you’ll know which ones are for which, and how to write them for your intended purposes (i.e. how to write to gain subscribers, or buyers, or connect with readers.)

You’ll know which blog posts to prioritize for continuing formatting and SEO.

Blogging isn’t just writing, then publishing, and then making a few social media posts.

Writing a post for the first time is just the beginning… for certain blog posts. You’ll need to keep working on them for months and years to come, and if you do, they’ll bring the most subscribers and buyers to your blog.

You’ll start collecting fans πŸ₯³

The distinction between algorithms and humans are diminishing rapidly. Search engines now understand which blog posts appeal to its users, a.k.a., real people. No amount of keywords or formatting will help if the end result doesn’t appeal to your human readers.

After the workshop, you’ll start writing in a way that helps you connect with your readers. And the more they connect with you, the more they’ll want to stay in touch with you, receive your emails, and buy from you!

Aside from the aforementioned, you’ll also:

And FYI, I’ll dedicate an entire session to things like email list building tips, Pinterest, affiliate marketing, and knowing when you should create your own products (like courses, eBooks, etc.) 

Only 12 seats available, so sign up now! πŸ‘‡

What happens when you start writing amazing blog posts?

Well, aside from ranking on Google and gaining more traction, and subscribers, and buyers, and making more and more money?

Let’s see… from personal experience, what happened to me could happen to you too!

– Other blogs will feature you, quote you, interview you.

– They’ll want to syndicate your blog posts (done properly, this can open up many opportunities!)

– They’ll want you to speak at events.

Companies will want to partner up and sponsor blog posts on your blog.

Brands will make you their ambassadors. (Minor brag, I’ve been able to be a Canva verified expert + ambassador thanks to my blog!!! I was only a 4-mo old blogger when Canva reached out to me… that’s right, THEY reached out to ME!)

– Your blog can also open up freelancing opportunities (whether as a writer or for some other service within your niche.)

And all of this start with writing the blog posts that wow!!!

Weekly Workshop Agenda

Each cohort brings a unique energy, so things may change based on the workshop attendees from week to week.
That said, here’s a rough outline of what you can expect each week.

Week 1

– Anatomy of a great blog post
– Researching competitors and topics
– Using Google to create better blog posts
– Understanding Google’s ranking

+ Office hour

Week 2

– SEO before writing a post
– SEO after writing a post
– Parts of a how-to post
– Parts of a list post
– Writing tips that’ll instantly endear you to your human readers.

+ Office hour

Week 3

– Ongoing SEO for existing blog posts
– SEO tools to help you stay on top of the game

+ Assignment due (first draft)

+ Office hour

Week 4

– Discussion of the assignment
– Primer on email list building
– Primer on Pinterest to grow traffic
– Making money with your blog

+ Office hour

Week 1

– Anatomy of a great blog post
– Researching competitors and topics
– Using Google to create better blog posts
– Understanding Google’s ranking

+ Office hour

Week 2

– SEO before writing a post
– SEO after writing a post
– Parts of a how-to post
– Parts of a list post
– Writing tips that’ll instantly endear you to your human readers

+ Office hour

Week 3

– Ongoing SEO for blog posts
– SEO tools that’ll help you stay on top of the game

+ Assignment due (first draft)

+ Office hour

Week 4

– Discussion of the assignment
– Primer on email list building
– Primer on Pinterest to grow traffic
– Making money with your blog

+ Office hour

Week 5: More discussion on assignments. Wrapping up. Q & A. No office hours.


A 30-minute 1:1 call with me after the workshop to answer any questions, address concerns, or I don’t know… chat? (Value: $75)

A community area where you’ll be able to have discussions with your peers about your reading and writing assignments (blogging is a lonely journey, but maybe it doesn’t have to!)

– At the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to join a restricted Facebook group for all blog writing workshop alumni!

Why me???

Why should I lead this workshop?

That’s a legit question, and I’ll be happy to answer! For the sake of brevity, 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 four years old…
– And I also make over 5K every month online, consistently, and I’m only a side blogger…

You see, my understanding of writing blog posts that rank come from personal experience + writing and SEO classes I’ve invested in!

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
Feedback From the Last Cohort
"The workshop has been so helpful! My biggest learning is just how much strategy is involved with blogging. Maliha stepped us through all of the key components of a blog post and how to write for both our readers and for SEO. Because of this course, I have a better understanding of how to write my posts and have much more confidence in the process."
Tiffany T.
"I loved your class!! There is so much information out there but really confusing. You were honest, transparent and explained everything very well. Having homework and getting feedback was also really helpful. By sharing your screen to explain things made it easier for me to follow along."
Rita Hoang
"This class covered everything I needed to know to get my blog up and running. You gave me the confidence to build and treat my blog as a monetization machine. Previously, I felt so lost and didn't know where to start at all. Your workshop was a roadmap of how to put an idea into action."
Rachael Angstadt
Who Should or Shouldn't Join This Workshop

This class is for you if:

You’re serious about blogging.

Let’s be serious. $325 is a solid investment, so you better be prepared to put in the work.

You have time to attend classes.

This is NOT a self-paced course. There will be recording in case you have to skip a day, but to get the most out of the classes, you’re expected to make time to join live.Β The classes run from September 6 – October 4, Tuesdays, from 7 – 9 PM EST.

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 haven’t even set up your blog yet, or don’t know what to blog about.

You’ll need to have the basics in place. You’ll need to know what your blog niche is, and you should have your blog set up with self-hosted WordPress. You should have those sorted out before classes start on Sept 6.Β 

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.

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.

~ Enroll in the Fall Workshop ~
Fall Blog Writing Workshop is now open for enrollment.
Workshop dates: Tuesdays from September 6 - October 4
Find out workshop details here.
Be one of the 12 Fall cohorts, NOW!
$ 325
  • 5 weeks of Zoom classes, lessons, Q&As, and more
  • Sessons are recorded
  • Personalized feedback on assignments
  • Writing tips for both human readers and search engines
  • Special segments on email marketing, Pinterest, affiliate marketing, and much, much more
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

I do ask that you have a blog set up, with self-hosted WordPress, and that you understand how WordPress works (the basic working knowledge is sufficient. You don’t need to be an expert.)

We’ll be learning blog structuring, formatting, and some nifty WordPress tricks to improve your SEO and user experience, so having your blog set up already and having a working knowledge of the WordPress platform is crucial. So make sure to spend some time with the platform before the class starts.

If you need it, here’s aΒ guide to setting up your blogΒ with WordPress.

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 have discuss the assignments, I’ll answer your questions, and bounce ideas off one another. 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 in case you need a refresher. Fall workshop attendees will have access to the recordings until October 31, 2022.