After 10 years of running a technology blog and growing it into a multi-author six-figure online business, I decided to branch out. I wanted to scratch the itch and begin to help others do what I had just spent a decade doing.
I launched what would eventually become the Blog Marketing Academy in late 2008. And I very soon went into creating my own flagship course for “problogging”.
That course was the Blog Masters Club. Launched in late 2009 and again in 2010, the Blog Masters Club is a 16-module flagship training course for bloggers looking to “go pro”. The course covers everything from design, SEO and traffic… to membership sites, product creation and scaling. The goal was to cover the range of necessary topics for this entire business… all in one course.
This is a massive course and has seen many hundreds of students, originally launching at a price of $497 and having been promoted by many of the top bloggers in the space the time.
Today, Blog Masters Club is no longer available as a standalone course. It is only made available to members in the course library.
Yes, the videos were mostly recorded in the 2009-2010 range. Some of the training on social media and SEO has changed, but much of what is discussed is as relevant today as it was then.