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Want to know all you can about blogging?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ashworth College for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

How long have you been blogging? What do you want to know more about; Creating an awesome blog, becoming famous, getting more traffic to your blog? Do you wish there was a program that would walk you through how to become a blogger able to earn a healthy income with your blog?

Guess what?!?!? Ashworth College has an accredited Professional Blogging Career program. You can complete it in just six months, and it covers all the major components of creating a successful, profitable blog. They cover the latest blogging techniques {including vlogs}, and you learn how to create, publish, and manage your blog all in one place.

I have to say that this program sounds wonderful. Getting my blog going as a way to earn extra cash to support my habit {fabric hoarding} has been full of mistakes and lots of searching out tutorials covering all aspects of blogging. There is so much to learn, and so much competition for paying opportunities that becoming familiar with all the elements of blogging that I listed above would have made getting The Spunky Diva up and running a lot easier, not to mention it would have been a time saver.

I personally don't see myself making The Spunky Diva the supporter of my household, but... I have already earned plenty of extras {cash and books} to be able to give better Christmas gifts and to add lots of fabric to my stash. Hence, part of the reason I took a No Fabric In April pledge. I don't have room for any more fabric!

PS – you can enroll on-line or by phone. Check it out at Ashworth College! 

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  1. Sounds interesting!
    I'm a new follower from the blog hop! Entered your great giveaway too!
    Hope you can hop by and visit me:

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