CONTENT MARKETING COURSE

Start A Blog For Your Business....This Weekend!

Discover exactly how to start your own blog, as a content marketing tool for your business

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In this free blogging for beginners course, you will learn how to start a self-hosted WordPress.org blog the right way, so that your blog is capable of being monetized.

This means you will be able to make money blogging!

It’s my passion and mantra at HerPaperRoute to provide easy to understand, no b-s advice and inspiration to new, aspiring and blossoming bloggers on how to create a profitable blog and business.
 
Enroll in this course now, for FREE and by the end of it you will have a live self-hosted blog, correctly set up and ready for monetization.

 

 

 

A step-by-step beginners guide walking you through every step of starting a professional WordPress blog. 

 …No tech skills needed!
 
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For life! After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like – across any and all devices you own. Not only that, but your one-time enrollment fee also gives you lifetime access to any course upgrades that become available. Such as new lessons – score!

You can start the class as soon as you sign up. You can go at your own pace, and can access and complete lessons whenever it suits you. 

All you will need a device with Internet access (Phone, Computer, or Tablet)

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Ready to start your blog today? Hit that enroll button and let’s get started!

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Hi I’m Chelsea Clarke. Welcome to the HerPaperRoute Academy + community. I’m a creative business strategist, content creator, and business broker. I am the founder of HerPaperRoute.com, BlogsForSale.co, and host of the HerPaperRoute Podcast. I help entrepreneurs like you become skilled and confident to take radical action. As your own boss, you can make more paper – you just need a plan. Let’s figure that out.