How To Turn A Blog Into A Business
An inspirational 3-stage course to help you turn a blog into a sustainable business.
Sophie did it and would like to show you how.
Discover Three Core Elements of how to turn your blog into a sustainable business that grows in followers, traffic and future customers.
Somewhere between your passion and your income goals lies the ability to solve the problem of a niche market while building a successful brand- we will help you get there:
Register below for the One Day Workshop and discover how to turn your blog into a business
Course Fee £497 | Launch Special £197
A Clear 3-Stage Programme:
- Find your niche.
- Pick your platform.
- Get a custom domain.
- Determine your voice.
- Think business not blog.
- Create a strong brand.
- Unlock potential revenue streams.
- Draft a content strategy.
- Generate consistently strong, original content
- Wear a commercial hat from the beginning.
- Promote content to generate and nurture a following.
- Supercharge your search traffic.
- Build a database of subscribers.
- Invest time in social media.
- Invest your time and money intelligently.
- Start selling.
- Consider a collection of complementary services / products.
- Evaluate what can generate income and what can’t.
- Evaluate what’s working and what isn’t.
- Let your customers guide you.
- Be prepared to pivot.
- Enjoy the ride.
A Professional 1-Day Course:
Learn effective marketing, content and business strategies to help turn your blog into a strong brand and business.
Meet Sophie Bush
Sophie Bush is the “entrepreneur turning loft living into an empire” (Enterprise Nation). She previously founded two successful ventures for international publishing company Condé Nast. But it was her home, in a warehouse conversion, that prompted her to leave and launch Warehouse Home. While decorating her warehouse conversion, Sophie had recognised a gap in the market for a blog and a business dedicated to industrial interiors and New York style loft living.
She founded mywarehousehome.com and Warehouse Home magazine in 2014. The brand quickly established an international following. The debut Warehouse Home book, published in 2017, has become a Thames & Hudson best-seller and has since been published in German and Japanese. 2018 saw the launch of the Warehouse Home interior design studio, delivering projects for residential and commercial clients, together with an online homeware store selling furniture, lighting and accessories for an industrial style interior. Now, with the launch of the new Warehouse Home property division, a specialist independent estate agency, it is even possible to buy your dream home in a warehouse conversion.