Sharpen Your Content Skills with a New Class from Copyblogger

Sharpen Your Content Skills with a New Class from Copyblogger

It’s time! This course will be offered at a slightly ridiculously good price when we launch it, so if you’d like to jump in and get what can only be described as a “screaming deal,” go ahead and get on the interest list. As always, if you get rolling and decide it’s not a great fit, you’ll have a full 30 days to get a full refund. Our main goal is to get a lot more people feeling confident about their ability to create meaningful, high-quality content, and to use that content to reach all kinds of practical goals. On Monday, Stefanie Flaxman made the case that The Coffee Shop Is Sexier than The Bar. This is a poem of sorts that will evolve over time — if you’re curious to see where it goes, bookmark the post and come back! On Tuesday, Kelton Reid challenged us to face our addiction to “productivity” for its own sake and the drive to create an endless volume of content that’s … not all that good. He offered ways to keep the thirst for “new and shiny” under control, while focusing on consistently creating more meaningful work. And on Wednesday, I talked about why it’s easy to get intimidated by content marketing these days. I also gave you some more details about what we’ll be covering in the Creative Content Foundations class.

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Sharpen Your Content Skills with a New Class from Copyblogger

It’s time! The Creative Content Foundations course (known around our virtual offices as “Lucile”) is just about ready for new students.

I designed this class for new and intermediate content creators, to give you the professional skills that will wow your boss, clients, or customers.

This course will be offered at a slightly ridiculously good price when we launch it, so if you’d like to jump in and get what can only be described as a “screaming deal,” go ahead and get on the interest list.

As always, if you get rolling and decide it’s not a great fit, you’ll have a full 30 days to get a full refund.

Our main goal is to get a lot more people feeling confident about their ability to create meaningful, high-quality content, and to use that content to reach all kinds of practical goals.

On Monday, Stefanie Flaxman made the case that The Coffee Shop Is Sexier than The Bar. This is a poem of sorts that will evolve over time — if you’re curious to see where it goes, bookmark the post and come back!

On Tuesday, Kelton Reid challenged us to face our addiction to “productivity” for its own sake and the drive to…

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