New writers routinely have trouble finding steady work, but it doesn’t have to be such a struggle. Put yourself on a path to long-term success and learn how to thrive in the freelance workforce inHow to Write a Blog Post That Drives Traffic withDarren Murph.
Darren is the former editor-at-large for Engadget and holds the Guinness World Record® for being the most prolific professional blogger.
In this class, Darren will help budding writers and bloggers:
Improve your writing skills
Spot the details others are missing
Build a portfolio that's too impressive to ignore
You’ll learn about the inner workings of publications and what editors are looking for in a writer or blogger. Darren will tell you which authors and publications to pay attention to and he’ll explain what kind of, and how much, work is involved in becoming a great writer. You’ll develop more clarity on how to improve, market, and monetize your work.
Develop the skills that will give you a competitive edge in a crowded marketplace in How to Write a Blog Post That Drives Traffic with Darren Murph.
Bonus Materials with RSVP
Recommended Blogs and Authors
Bonus Materials with Purchase
Sample Style Guide
Top Tips for Framing Every Blog Post
Bonus Video - How Professional Bloggers Got Started - HD.mp4
Darren Murph is a Guinness World Record®-holding journalist, author and consultant, having covered the untamed world of technology for nearly a decade. He's driven a motorized vehicle in all 50 U.S. states, and is probably on an airplane to anywhere at this very moment.
As a new writer, I found this fantastic. Darren was a pleasure to listen to and I would happily recommend this to anyone who is starting out writing for the first time in regards to a small business blog, which is the area that I am coming from.
He probably has taught me to use fewer words, but that can wait until tomorrow. Great class Darren
There was a lot of good content here for anyone new to blogging. I am not new to it, but I did gain some insight. Just a note: the 4 EASY STEPS TO LOSE WEIGHT was an intentionally satirical/ironic headline, which you discover once you get to step 3. Step 3 was "getting your heart broken", which I'm guessing anyone would agree is actually far from easy. The humor and sudden depth of meaning are the reason the post got so many likes and comments.
a Creativelive Student
I thought this was a good course on writing effective blog posts. It didn't seem to be too focused on driving traffic, however, his way of presenting his thoughts and tips were easy to watch in a single shot. Great course for non-writers who are trying to become writers!