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Zero to Blogger Hero workshop w/ Fern Richardson of Life on The Balcony

TONIGHT meet Fern Richardson of Life on the Balcony for an inspirational and informative workshop on creating a great blog-perfect for future garden, craft, home-ec, anything-you're-passionate-about bloggers!



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From Zero to Blogging Hero Workshop



Ever wanted to start your own Blog? Or have you been blogging for less than a year and need new tips?
This class provides:
*Who Should Blog
*The pros and cons of different blogging platforms
*When to have a self-hosted blog
*How to develop a killer concept for your blog
*How to create content people want to read
*How to write click-worthy headlines
*How to rank higher in Google Search
*Creative ideas for making money from your blog
A desire to share your thoughts with the world is mandatory, but no serious tech skills are required.

We are SUPER excited to be hosting Fern Richardson for this informative workshop on blogs.

Fern Richardson is the author of Life on The Balcony, an award-winning small-space gardening blog with over 100,000 subscribers. Fern's book, based on the blog will be published later this year

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The road less traveled is an environmentally & human conscious store dedicated to bringing alternatives to every aspect of life.

Every product in our store specializes in 1 of 4 major categories:
*recycled content: post-consumer, surplus, discarded & re-purposed materials.
*sustainable resource: made of materials that require little of the planet or are easily renewable.
*non-toxic: chemical, pesticide, herbicide-free. Certified organic origins.
*fair-trade: fair and equal labor practices, cooperative produced, direct artisan purchased.


The Road Less Traveled Store

2202 1/2 N. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92706


Hi Maggy! So great to meet you at Starbucks before the blogging class. Small world, eh?
You're a local celebrity now! And yes this is world is small.

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