Blogger Training Part 1
What you need to know to take your Stampin' Up!® business online
Part of setting up a successful Stampin' Up!® business online is to start blogging and sharing your creativity with others. It can be expensive and difficult getting someone to create a blog for you. Plus you may lack the confidence to blog regularly as you don't have the skills to know HOW to blog even though you have a blog.
This tutorial is simple, easy to use and provides all you need to set up a blog in a simple, easy and basic process.
Many who have never had computer experience have been able to start their own blog and now take part in blog hops and challenges online. How exciting. This is YOUR turn to try something new and adventurous. You haven't got anything to lose as the cost is so low.
Hi! I'm Kylie Bertucci - I am from Melbourne, Australia.
I started Stampin' Up!® ten years ago when it was just starting to come into the online world. I LOVE computers and technology but I found it REALLY tough working out what I wanted to get done and how to do it.
There is so much information out there and yet so much is not specific for what we do in our Stampin' Up!® businesses.
I have been wanting to create a course like this for YEARS to help support other Stampin' Up!® demonstrators with the frustrations of technology.
I am completely self taught - this means that the way I teach is slow, simple and easily replicated no matter what experience you have had with computers.
I also use programs that are cost effective so that my team can more easily replicate what I am doing and grow their own online business too.
"I watched your video from before and love the detail this is going into. Blog is set up, and I’m pretty excited to learn the ins and outs of the site. Thank you for breaking it up into bite sized pieces."
- Nancy Reynolds
"Thanks Kylie. This training was really great. I have learnt a few things to add to my blog. I am pleased to have watched (and re-watched) this series soo far. I can't wait for more."
- Heather Bowers