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Create, Scale and Master Your Blog Business Course by Jenny Chisom

Hello Boss,

Throughout yesterday, from 6am to 9pm, I conducted a FREE online course called "How To Make Money Blogging in 2018" and I had 137 people participate.

We covered 4 major modules which were:
- How To Understand Your Blog Like a Lover 
- 6 Ways To Monetize Your Blog Now
- The Adsense No-Magic
- Blog Focus vs Monthly Income Mapping

Participants got so much enlightenment, knowledge and moreover had most of their misconceptions around making money from blogging corrected.

More gist from this, I will bring on a later is a lot!


I made this offer to them too because of the passion I saw even though at a discounted cost. So I am offering you same.

The "Create, Scale and Master your Blog Business" is a 14 days online coaching course that deals with the business of blogging.

- Niche domination
- Industry competition mapping
- Creating blog products and services
- Removing the mind roadblocks
- Transitioning from hobby to business and more
- Pricing Template for Bloggers
- How To Ensure Income stream weekly

It begins on January 2nd and ends on Jan 15, 2018 at $139 (N50, 000 for Nigeria)

So let me welcome you to a 2018 of learning, greatness, blog business breakthrough when you sign up.
I believe since 2013 when I first began providing Blog Trainings that Africa's greatest challenges can be transformed with bloggers taking leadership in their spheres. I believe we can shape industries and engender a strong Africa as bloggers.

Leverage my 8 years experience in blogging and 4 years coaching bloggers to unlearn blogging mistakes and get the template for blogging success.

Since learning to set up a blog from my friend, Okey Azubuike in 2009, I have self tutored while studying an array bloggers-mentors and role models from across the world. 
I earn a living blogging, made impact in my city- Abuja and Nigeria then globally too as well as gained name recognition without any form of paid PR. 

Like an African Idiom says 'a good merchandise, sells itself"

I have trained and inspired thousands of Africans and non-Africans on blogging, business and my blog cause - Male Empowerment. 
Some of the bloggers I have trained, are top influencers today too (ask me about them, if you may).

I have a knack for empowerment, people-success and community responsibility. This can be seen from my blog projects, including hosting the Bloggers In Abuja group, Convening the yearly Bloggers Party (Gala) and Awards,  executing the Social Media Management Course across Nigeria, Convening the Social media Job Fair, BlogSmart Hangouts and also co-founding the LOGiN Bloggers Africa.

You cannot go wrong with a coach like Jenny Chisom; that is what I say even to myself.

You do not have to give up blogging because you have tried and failed, or decide to make it a hobby you slave for.
Join the band of blogger who will testify by the first quarter in 2018 of their blog success.

Register via My Whatsapp Contact when your Click HERE
Email me at


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