Last updated: May 31, 2023
Elite Blog Academy (or EBA, as its members call it) is a course for bloggers to help them grow and make money from their blog (and it’s fast turning out to be the best money I ever spent on a blogging resource). Alongside their course, Elite Blog Academy have a number of other resources for bloggers, many of which are completely free. Their free blog tool which I recommend everyone download is the Blog Structure Blueprint.
An organised blog is essential to blogging success. Having a clear and concise blog structure is important for:
- engaging your readers. If they’re able to find their way around your blog easily, they are more likely to want to stay to read more content
- guiding your readers towards the content you want them to see. This is helpful for monetisation
- growing your blog’s fanbase. If visitors enjoy reading your blog because it’s easy to find the information they want, they will come back again
Having amazing blog content is extremely important, but so is the user experience. You’ll want to make the navigation on your blog clear and logical for your readers.
The Blog Structure Blueprint helps you take your blog back to basics. If you hastily set up a blog without much thought to the overall structure, or are having problems with blog visitors leaving your blog too soon, it is a good idea to go back to basics. Look at your menu, categories, tags and overall structure to see where you can make improvements. The Blog Structure Blueprint can guide you towards the most logical and sensible overall structure for your blog.
This is a great freebie from the people behind Elite Blog Academy, who are Ruth Soukup and her team. Ruth is the creator of the blog Living Well Spending Less. She started her blog in 2010. It became a huge success, and consequently she was able to quit her job to blog full-time. She created the Elite Blog Academy due to making A LOT of money from her blog. Her course now helps others do the same. It’s widely considered to be the ultimate blog training course out there, and has helped many other bloggers quit their jobs and make thousands working for themselves. They have some fantastic freebies that are worth taking advantage of, and the Blog Structure Blueprint is one of the best. Get your free copy now.
You can also sign up to the waiting list for the Elite Blog Academy course that I am enrolled in. It’s doors open once a year only (and are only open for a week), and enrolment will open again in early 2018. I recommend signing up with them for updates so that you don’t miss it.
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Kayleigh Watkins says
I would love to set up a blog for my three children to have some where to keep their memories and milestones but wouldn’t know where to begin , so this would be a great place to start, thank you for sharing xxx
Melissa | At Home & Online says
That’s a really good enough – like a virtual scrapbook or diary. I wish that sort of thing would have been around when I was a child, I’d love to look back at what we got up to! I think you should go for it Kayleigh. Glad this helped 🙂
Tamara Foster says
What a great read! x
Melissa | At Home & Online says
Many thanks! x