Does it feel as if bloggers are speaking in a foreign language?

Learn the lingo bloggers use so you know what questions to ask and the topics to research!

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You joined all these blogging groups to learn blogging.

And you feel as if you have no idea what anyone is talking about.

You’ve done the research, followed all the steps, and your site is finally set up.

Yeah- you're officially a blog owner!!

But let me guess…you have absolutely no idea where to go from here.

Blogging guides will often hold your hand right up until you hit publish on your site. But just when you need extra guidance, they fall flat. They don't ever teach you how to blog.

We’ve all been there.

It's not just the technology -- but also the lingo!! It’s easy to find yourself struggling to keep up with all the terminology that comes with running a blog.

Bounce rate, click funnels, 301 redirects – maybe you’re familiar with the terms but do you actually know what they mean? And that’s only the start of a long list of blogging terms that you need to know.

If only you had a translator to guide you through the process…

The truth is that even the most successful bloggers had no idea what a clickthrough rate was when they started. It takes time to learn all the terms but to continue your blogging education; you need to know the basics.  

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a dictionary specifically curated for new bloggers?

Don't give up! Help has arrived!!

What you need is a someone to cut through the fluff and tell you what all these words mean, so you can ask questions without feeling as clueless and confused as you are right now.

The Blogtionary is the resource guide that explains every blogging term - in language that makes sense!

The Blogtionary is the guide every new blogger needs so you can not only search Google for the answers you need but ask the right questions and engage in Facebook threads!

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"Tracie has done an outstanding job at really breaking down the blogging terminology that can sometimes deter new bloggers from ever getting started.

She has simplified even the most confusing blogging jargon and translated it into a language that makes sense.

I highly suggest investing in the Blogtionary... it's worth every penny! It will clarify all the common terms you will see on a regular basis and give you the confidence to succeed in the blogging world!"

Amy - A Wonderfully Impactful Life

Hi, there! I'm Tracie.

Starting a blog is one thing.
Running one is something
entirely different.

I started my first site in 2009. Just like you, I had no idea what I was doing! I only set it up because I found hot deals at local stores, and friends needed an easy place to find them.

After some time, I realized how much I loved writing and sharing advice to help others get out of debt and save money.

It quickly became my passion. But, again, I still knew nothing about blogging. I did not even know I could make money at this!

Over the years, I’ve managed to turn a blogging idea into a thriving business that earns my family five figures month after month.

We’ve been able to pay off our debt of more than $37,000, purchase two vehicles and even remodel our house – all because of the income I have made from my blog.

I want to give you the information you need to be successful – right from the start!

I know you can find some of this information for free online. But, the fact is you need to know what to Google even to get started.

Rather than spending hours doing research, you get it all in one place. And, best of all, you get me right next to you, helping you along the way to be your coach and mentor.

The Blogtionary makes asking questions so much easier!!!

Finally, you'll be able to:

  • Ask questions in your favorite Facebook group without worrying no one will understand what you need.
  • Enter the right phrase into Google to research tutorials or videos.
  • Understand blogging courses and books so you can apply what you learn.

The Blogtionary is the tool to understand every blogging term you need to know!!

Pfranali "SO MUCH CLEARER!!"

"I found this eBook helpful for learning words that are used in the blogging world.

Now I am more clear on ‘Pageviews vs. Sessions’ and 100s of other words. Thank you!!"

Let's face it.

You can't Google or ask for help if you aren't even sure how to phrase your question.

The Blogtionary is the go-to guide to learning and engaging with bloggers using their language and terminology.

What is covered in the book?

The Blogtionary is broken down into six chapters and even includes a bonus
section to help you find the resources you need to run your blog.

General Blogging Terms

Avatars, evergreen content, and the blogosphere – oh my! These are the basics of blogging that every blogger should know and be comfortable using.

Email Marketing Terms

Learn about funnels, open rates, and tripwires to understand how they relate to an effective email marketing strategy.

Technology Terms

301 Redirects to widgets and everything in between. Learn what HTML and CSS are to feel in control of your blog no matter what happens.

Monetization Terms

If making money is your goal, you will love this chapter. Understand what ad tags, affiliate marketing, cookies, and ROI actually are!

SEO Terms

Understand backlinks, internal vs. external links, so you can do proper research and formatting to get your blog to rank and in front of your target reader.

Analytics Terms

You might have heard terms like bounce rate, pageviews, and sessions, but now you’ll be able to understand what they mean.

I would definitely recommend this book for any blogger who is just starting or who wants to learn more.

It contains resources and definitions only people who blog would know, and I find it very useful!

--- Lola

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Stop guessing at what words and phrases mean.