Writing and Publishing

Tribe Writers: Online Writing Course

Last year I took an online writing course from Jeff Goins. It’s called Tribe Writers. It was the most significant thing I did all year to grow as a writer.

I enjoyed it so much, I took the class again to make sure I didn’t miss a thing. Then I took it a third time.

Now Jeff is ready to start another class. Signup begins today, November 6. If you want to grow as a writer, I encourage you to check it out. You’ll improve your writing, learn how to build your platform, make new friends in the writing community, and more.

The class has four modules: 1) Honing Your Voice, 2) Establishing a Platform, 3) Expanding Your Reach, and 4) Getting Published.

Each module has several lessons, many short writing assignments, a slew of recorded interviews and teachings, and unlimited networking opportunities with other students. The class is designed to last eight weeks, but you can work on it at your own pace.

I hope you’ll check out Tribe Writers—I’m glad I did.

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4 replies on “Tribe Writers: Online Writing Course”

This sounds like something I would really love to do. Unfortunately, I do not have $300 to drop on it. Do you know of anything comparable that is more in my price range, i.e., free? I want to move forward, but with no experience whatsoever, I’m having a hard time even beginning a blog. I feel stuck. Any advise?

Brande, this course would definitely help you get a blog started, as well as move your writing forward.

I’m not aware of any free courses, but there are blogs about blogging that could help (use google to find them). You can also look for a writers group, either online or locally. Many are free or have a modest fee. There are also online writing communities on LinkedIn (and I suspect Facebook and Google+, too).

I wish you the best as you consider these options.

Totally agree that Tribe Writers is the best. Jeff has such a way of challenging you while rooting for you. Glad to make the journey with you.

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