How to Start a Great WordPress Blog

cravingcourse wide How to Start a Great Wordpress Blog

So let’s dispense with the formalities.  I know you are probably thinking, “This must be some sort of a scam.”

I promise you, it is not.  This is free information, nothing more.  You will never be asked for a credit card number, address, phone number, etc.  Nothing.  Just you’re name and email address so we can email you each lesson.

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Feel better now?

Here’s what you’ll get in this course:

Part 1 – Your plan of attack. How to pick your killer category, and crush it.  INSTANT!
Part 2 – Designing your blog brand. How to design your site to match your voice.
Part 3 – Site hosting. How to pick the best web host that can grow with you (cheap).
Part 4 – Getting noticed. How to get the first eyeballs on your site, plus your next 10,000.
Part 5 – Show me the money. How to generate advertising money without doing any work.
Part 6 – Tracking your growth. How to track how fast you are growing, and keep it going.

So give it a try.  You will get Lesson 1 sent to you instantly.  If you discover it isn’t something you’re interested in, you can unsubscribe with the click of a button.  You’ve got nothing to lose!  Enjoy.

About Travis Lusk

Since early 2000, Travis Lusk has been involved in publishing content online. Currently, he is an influential leader in online video advertising, brand marketing, and content publishing. I addition to publishing here on BlogCraving, Travis works for a national leader the online video advertising platform space. A self professed web geek, you'll often find him combing the web on his iPad or blogging away on his Macbook. Follow on Twitter @travislusk or on Facebook. Also, check out his photography on SmugMug.


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