Frequently Asked Questions
What else do I need to purchase to complete the course?
In order to launch a blog, you MUST have the following things:
- a website domain
- a website host
- an email newsletter provider - in order for your blog to grow, having an email newsletter is as essential as having a website host.
These are NOT provided in this course and are your responsibility to acquire. I have links and recommendations inside the course, as well as instructions for how to set those things up properly.
Recommended, but optional tools for completing the course:
- The theme Divi from Elegant Themes is the only theme I provide support for, and recommend in this course. All tutorials for customizing a theme are relevant to Divi. You are welcome to use your own theme, including a free theme from Wordpress.
- WP Legal Pages is a Wordpress plugin that provides you with all the pages you need to keep your blog legal. I use them, rather than using templates, but you're welcome to use free templates found online if you prefer.
- Automated marketing software like Tailwind to complete day 8, which is where you'll learn how to set up an automated strategy.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 7 days and we will give you a full refund.
Can I start off with a free website (Wordpress.com or Blogger.com) for my blog?
The short answer is absolutely no.
The long answer is that I assume because you want to blog, you want to be able to make some money from it. Whether you want a six or seven-figure business, or if you just want some money coming in every month to make things a little easier financially, making money is good. When you work with WordPress.com, you can’t have affiliate links on your blog, which means any option to have affiliate links on your site is off the table.
The other problem with free hosting sites (especially Blogger) is that they often have a clause that says they can shut down your website at their discretion. This means they can shut you down for no reason and you can’t do squat about it. This happened to a friend of mine who was making over $1,000 a month through her free blog, then one morning it simply wasn’t there. For the security of your business, never had control of your website over to a company, friend, family member, or anyone else. You always want to be in total control.