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Free Online Course: Why Build Your Blog?

Use this free online course, Why Build Your Blog, and in less than 15 minutes understand six great reasons to build your blog ... and you'll have identified YOUR unique "why" for building your blog.

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And you can enroll in this micro-course for FREE. (Enroll here.)

Your blog is an incredible way to build your online audience, extend your reach, and build your business. Building your blog takes some time. If you’re going to invest yourself, you want to know your why.

By the end of this micro-course you’ll understand great reasons  to build your blog.

And, you’ll have identified at least one or more reasons you want to build your blog.

Why offer a micro-course?

Why Build Your Blog is a micro-course … which means it’s really, really short. 

You can take as much time as you like to complete this micro-course but start to finish it will take you a total of less than 15 minutes.

Why so short? Because the content is concise and to the point. 

And because the goal is to help you understand why you want to build your blog.

Building a blog is a long-term project. The information here will help you find the inspiration to start a blog – or the motivation to keep going.

The course is free. Get started so you get going with building your blog. Enroll here.

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