Wow, who knew that so many of you were interested in taking an e-course this year! Thank you so much to each and every one of you who completed the online survey last week about what kind of e-course you’d like to see launch on The Department of Wandering this year. I’m so glad I ran this survey because it gave me such a great insight into the topics you’re most interested in and the kind of value you’d want to see. I’ve had a really careful look at all the responses and am really excited to announce that the first e-course to be launching will be on blogging!
Yep, it turns out that this is the topic most of you are interested in learning about. Whether you’re are only starting out or you’re looking to take your blog to the next level and start monetising it, this blogging course will be the one for you.
So where to from here? I’m going to put an apple on my desk, get out my red pen and go into full-blown course planning mode. This excites me so much because I get to be back ‘in the classroom’ again. Well, kind of. I used to be a teacher and delivering courses was MY LIFE.
What I need from you now? If there are any topics or concepts you’d like to see specifically covered in the course, feel free to leave a comment below, tweet me or send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you want a step-by-step walkthough in setting up a professional looking blog with a beautiful design aesthetic? Are you looking for ways to organically grow your audience both through your blog and social media channels? Or have you been blogging for a while and aren’t sure how to take your blog to the next level and start monetising it? Your feedback is so important to me so get in touch and help me make this course the best thing since sliced bread for you!
Also, I’d highly recommend signing up to the special e-course mailing list, which you can find in the sidebar on the right here → This will ensure that you stay up to date with all the latest developments and are the first to know about the launch and cheeky early bird discounts (we all love a deal don’t we?)
Thanks a bunch and see you in the classroom soon!