MasterClass Blog Carnival

Mandy Allen is organizing a MasterClass Blog Carnival and I have submitted two posts on the theme of “passion” my first post is “Be Passionnate About Your Product” and my second is “The Tears Of An Angel”. This will be the first time I have taken part in a Blog Carnival so it is quite exciting! The Carnival will be launched around 1 May and I will publish details about it here on this blog so stay tuned!

6 thoughts on “MasterClass Blog Carnival

  1. Terry Conti

    Hi Ian,

    Yes, Blog Carnivals are exiting and a great way to help others get great information and get free traffic to your blog.

    Thanks to Mandy Allen, I have submitted my post and enjoy what I’m doing. As you say “it’s quite exiting”

    Terry Conti

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  2. David Caudill

    Hello Ian,

    I am just finishing up with week 7 of the Masterclass program and I am loving every second of it. It has been great and honestly more than what I was expecting, but John and his students do have a reputation for over delivering.

    But I gotta know what is a blog carnival? They sound interesting so I will be looking forward to your future posts on this subject and connecting more with you in he future.

    To Your Continued Success,

    David Caudill
    “DaCinMoney, we are succeeding from home.”

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    Ian Douglas Reply:

    Hi David,

    You can read about the MasterClass Blog Carnival by going to Mandy Allen’s Blog: http://thejohnthornhillfanclub.com

    You need to write a Blog Post about “Learn from your mistakes – Back up and start again” then PM Mandy via the MasterClass Forum with a link to your post, together with a couple of sentence summary of it, by 20th September to be included in the October Carnival.

    Have fun!
    Ian.

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  3. Florrie Climpson

    Hey! This is kind of off topic but I need some advice from an established blog.

    Is it hard to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I’m thinking about creating my own but I’m not sure where to begin. Do you have any tips or suggestions?

    With thanks

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    Ian Douglas Reply:

    Hi Florrie,

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I would recommend that you read “Blogging Made Simple” . I can recommend all the Guides in the Made Simple Guides series.

    Best wishes,
    Ian.

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