Lots of bloggers want to write about multiple topics, but the thought of organizing it all under one blog can be overwhelming!

Before you run off to create several blogs, let's stop the insanity and figure out a way to make it all work on ONE website.

  • Getting this right is your 1st step in keeping visitors on your blog and monetizing effectively.
  • When your blog is organized logically, your visitors will feel at home. They will feel like you personally invited them to your corner of the internet.
  • When your blog is organized and helpful, it will be MEMORABLE. Your readers will return over and over again and recommend your blog to their friends (in real life!)

If I can organize FAMILY / FAITH / FITNESS / FINANCE / HOLIDAYS / PARENTING and more on a single blog, YOU can do the same!

I'll show you how!

  • Your blog topics feel scattered
  • You're frustrated with your lack of impact
  • You wish your blog readers had a clear path to follow?

I get it! This was ME not very long ago.

This guide is for bloggers who don't want to write about just one topic.

Once you get your categories and overall blog organization under control, you will feel so much relief.

My hope is that you are able to achieve blog topic clarity MUCH FASTER than I did.

By the time you finish this guide, you will have an understanding of the theory and practical application behind segmenting your blog into multiple topics

Blog Instructor

Lena Gott

I have been blogging on WhatMommyDoes for nearly 6 years and writing online since 2008. I also LOVE teaching. I was also an online course instructor for the University of Phoenix for 7 years (teaching business writing & accounting) and only left because I had to as my family AND blog grew! Adventures in Blogging is my return to teaching, while still maintaining my own blog and using it as an example in many of my lessons. In addition to teaching, I worked in a corporate job as a CPA before quitting to become a stay-at-home-mom in 2007, and after a while at home, I wanted something to call my own.I started my blog as a creative outlet. It seems just yesterday that my blog was simply an idea I had and never thought anything much would come of it......I built up my blog piece by piece over the years, slowly adding content as I had time during nap times and preschool hours and at night, and now I am a full time blogger. I really can't believe the amazing opportunities we have as bloggers. I am so excited you decided to join me on my blogging adventures!

Course curriculum

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    How to Organize a Blog with Multiple Topics

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