Intermediate Blogger's Guide (80+ Pages)
You've been blogging for a few months. You know you need to learn more, but everyone seems to focus on helping the brand new blogger or someone already making a lot of money.
What about you?
You know, the blogger who is currently in the "messy middle. That place between starting and finally making it come together.
You find yourself saying:
I know I need to be doing more, but what?
What should I focus on right now?
When is it time to hire a team?
I'm making some money, but what comes next?
The Intermediate Blogger's Handbook answers these questions and more. And, it does not just answer them; it helps you think about your blog so you can turn it into a profitable business.
The guide covers:
- The Business Mindset You Need
- Income & Investing
- Hiring a Team
- Focus & Direction
You also get a bonus with your purchase!!
You will also get the Intermediate Blogger's Guide Workbook!! It is the companion to help you analyze and apply the teachings in the guide.
Each section shares insight and knowledge you need to know how to pivot your blog, followed by a worksheet that guides you through determining how to apply the teachings to your blog.
You started your blog to make money. Stop throwing it towards courses or products without a plan. Know how to make smart investments and know where you plan to go with your site.
*This is a digital download. You will be directed to the vault after purchase, where you can download your book.
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As someone who's been blogging for a while but spinning my wheels in the sand, this book really helped me sort out the changes I need to make to get serious about my blog and where I need to focus my attention!
I've been blogging for over 2 years now but haven't made much success. I've wasted my time with other things that did not help grow my blog. This handbook taught me so much! I've been reading it over and over again so I can absorb all the information. I can't wait to implement the lessons I learned and earn a full-time income from my blog. I highly recommend this handbook to bloggers who want to turn their blog into a business. Thank you, Tracie!
Tracie continues to educate me on how to be an effective blogger with her Intermediate Blogger's Guide! One of the many qualities that I admire about Tracie's resources is how she makes becoming a better blogger practical, approachable, and inspirational. Inside this guide, she provides detailed information about creating a business plan, develop judgment management strategies, and the value of investing in yourself as a professional. Perhaps the best part is the questions for readers to evaluate where they are and create strategies for the next steps. Boy, I need this!
As someone who isn't a beginning blogger but also isn't an experienced pro-blogger just yet, I've felt a little lost on the next steps at times. Tracie's "Intermediate Bloggers Handbook" is a fantastic resource for anyone who is looking for help with establishing clarity around the growth of their own blogging business. Tracie breaks down in an easy-to-follow format exactly how to map out your plan for growth and success, what to focus on, and how to decide on the next steps you will take. I personally loved the workbook she created, which gave me the opportunity to really stop and think about my own business and how I am creating a plan to reach my goal.
As a non-profit, my approach to blogging and marketing is a bit non-traditional. Still, my blog is an essential tool for my message and source of revenue to support ministry projects. The Intermediate Blogger’s Handbook offered insight that has prompted a new attitude towards my site. Lessons on blog growth, strengthening its value, reaching my audience, and a straightforward approach to maintain success are just a few of my takeaways. I now have a clearer focus and plan in place. Tracie also poses pointed questions to help any blogger dig deeper to identify how to push themselves further and their blog. Like all of her courses, it’s beneficial information for all bloggers, whether you’re preparing to monetize or not.