WORKSHOP:
CRASH COURSE IN BLOG MONETIZATION
Whether you've been blogging forever (without earning much) or you're just starting out (and want to make a living) this weekend-long crash course will teach you how professional bloggers make a living from blogging with integrity and how you can fast track your way to a full-time income.
VANCOUVER
TWO DAYS TO HAMMER OUT A ROAD MAP TO MAKING REAL INCOME WITH YOUR BLOG
WHO IT'S FOR
Bloggers who want to make a full-time living from their blog but don't want to compromise their voice or integrity to do it.
WHAT DO YOU GET?

Two days of instruction, planning and in-group brainstorming on how to best integrate the monetization strategies into your blog.

At the end of the weekend, you'll have a fully formed plan for your blog with actionable steps.

WHAT WILL WE COVER? 

We will discuss the monetization strategies that work, how to reverse engineer your way to a six-figure income blogging, and how to balance projects and income sources. This is an evidence-based workshop, meaning we use industry standards and real data to give you a better handle on what works.


Location + Time

September 9 -10th, 2017

9 AM - 5 PM

319 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC Canada

(Registration required, no walk-ins, please).

 

Enrollment is limited to 8 spots.
Hi, I'm Christine
I'm a writer, blogger, photographer and filmmaker, mother to three amazing children, and wife. I've made a creative career for myself over the last nine years because of a $10 domain name purchase I made in 2008 turned into a very popular blog.
Since 2011, I have been teaching other creatives how to leverage their blogs into the type of creative careers they want to have. I do this because as a former project manager for GE Healthcare, I can teach others how to strike a balance between creative energy and creating an organized plan to make people take notice.

My husband and I created the documentary, The Wireless Generation. In 2014, we were named one of National Geographic Traveler's of the year. In 2016, my memoir, Mother Tongue was published by Penguin/Random House in 2016. My writing and photography have been featured in Elle, Esquire and many other places. All of this was possible as a result of growing a large audience with my blog as the platform to launch my creative projects.
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