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Learn how to write engaging sharable copy that will ultimately garner more site traffic, a solid social media footprint and land you your first byline!

Here's what you will learn:

  • Do you have the qualities of a good writer
  • What writing style fits you best
  • How to edit your work wtihout dumbing it down

Who is this class for:

  • Bloggers who are ready to level up and master the art of effective storytelling
  • Anyone who writes stuff on the Internet and wants to sound deep, LOL

Only 30 seats available.

I also have 3 other classes that I know you'll benefit from:

Blogging 101: One Hour Intensive Course with Q&A

How To Build Traffic Part 1: Become a beast at SEO with these tips

Headline Writing 101: How to craft attention-grabbing titles your readers will love

PLEASE NOTE: After you've registered, you will receive a confirmation email stating that you have successfully registered. Within 24 hours, you will get an email with instructions on how to access the webinar on the date and time it's scheduled for.

Refund policy: If you have a scheduling conflict that doesn't allow you to attend the class please email for a refund or a credit on a future class. There will be no refunds (or credits) on classes happening within 6 days of your request. However, you can receive the materials of content presented once the class ends.

About Ty

From her signature strands of luscious grey hair to her notable career as a digital influencer and social media strategist, Ty Alexander carries a presence that in a word, is undeniable. Through her wildly popular blog,, she has become a leading authority in beauty, fashion, and lifestyle related content. She has been featured in or on notable media outlets such as Redbook, Real Simple, CNN, O Magazine, Essence, and EBONY magazines; and was a 2016 BlogHer Voices of the Year nominee. Hailed as a must-read for women in search of guidance on how to make sense of their own grieving process, her debut book, Things I Wish I Knew Before My Mom Died, is available in bookstores everywhere.

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