Step 1: Getting Rolling
One of the difficulties in becoming a work-from-home blogger is that you’re pretty much on your own.
You’ll ask yourself questions like: How will people find my website? Will anyone read what I write? Does my writing suck? How can I get help? Does my site look OK?
And that’s only to be expected.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. You now have an opportunity to join the online community where I learned a lot about blogging for profits.
You’ll meet some great friends who are sharing the same journey that you’re about to embark upon.
Friends who give you feedback and comments on the stuff you write. Friends who provide encouragement when you’re feeling down or alone. Friends who answer your questions, often within minutes of you asking for help.
It’s the same place where I got started making videos to help others make money blogging. So you’ll find over 100 of my tutorials and videos there.
It’s free to join so put away your credit card.
So, click the link below, fill out the form, and get ready to jump into your first lesson.
I’ll be introducing each lesson here at Marion Black Online and the core lessons are at Wealthy Affiliate.
It’s important that you watch the introductions to each lesson here as I’ll be giving you some important tips and tricks to help you on your journey. Along with some appropriate extra-curricular links.
More on that as we go through the lessons.
When you join our online community you’ll be given some very simple tasks to complete which will help you move forward from newbie to blogger.
You’ll also get the opportunity to meet other members who are traveling the same road you’re on.
Here’s the link you need:
Important Stuff at WA
The next video you’ll want to watch when you join the WA community is “Important Stuff at WA“. It will help you to find your way around the members’ area.
Just take one step at a time and enjoy the experience.
And I’ll meet you inside the members’ area.
If you have any questions about this lesson then please ask using the comments section below. The only silly question is the one that doesn’t get asked.