Our 2-day crash course is packed with instruction and hands-on time, but every attendee also gets a copy of our Advanced ConvertKit Handbook.
We will walk through everything - from the basics to the most advanced techniques. By the end of the weekend, you'll know how to set up a sales lead page, automate emails, tag links and track user interests, A/B test messaging and maximize sales.
It's ConvertKit functionality plus a crash course in internet marketing for pro-bloggers.
Enrollment is limited to 8 people
We want this to be a productive weekend, so we're strictly limited the number of spots to 8 so that Christine can work one-on-one with each of you.
I'm a blogger, author, and mother to three amazing children. I've made a creative career for myself while having babies and traveling to over 40 countries all because of a $10 domain name purchase I made in 2008 that turned into a very popular blog.
Since then I have been teaching other creatives how to leverage their blogs into the type of creative careers they want to have. As a former project manager for GE Healthcare, I'm particularly good at breaking down big projects into managable steps.
In 2016, my memoir, Mother Tongue was published by Penguin Random House. My husband and I filmed the documentary, The Wireless Generation in 2010 and raise over $50k in crowdfunding. In 2014, we were named one of National Geographic Traveler's of the year. My writing and photography have been featured in Elle, Esquire and others. I have been blogging at Almostfearless.com for almost nine years and in 2017, I'm turning it into a print magazine.
Location and Time
October 14 & 15th, 2017
9 AM - 5 PM
2590 Walnut Street
Denver, CO 80205
(Registration is required and will likely sell out before the date. No walk-ins please.)
This workshop is GREEN
We are hosting this workshop at Green Spaces, in Denver, which is a workspace that has certified green by Colorado state. They use solar panels, componsting, recycling and green interior design. The participant workbooks are also printed on recycled paper with eco-friendly ink.
“Green Spaces Is The Kind Of Workplace President Obama Would Like More Of."
- BBC World News