Articles about Course Updates

New Course: WordPress Deep Dive (Gutenberg!)


by Alexa on Feb 15, 2019 in Course Updates, New Courses

Learn about our updated WordPress Deep Dive course - it now includes Gutenberg editor information and tips!

Hey hey!

We updated one of our courses this week, and we can’t wait to tell you about it!

But first, remember this? WordPress released their infamous Gutenberg update a few months ago, and it changed the way that bloggers compose posts on their sites.

Because of this update, we decided to also update something: our WordPress Deep Dive course!

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New Course: Food Sharing Sites


by Alexa on Dec 28, 2018 in Course Updates

Learn how to maximize your time spent on food sharing sites with our new course! Oh hey! Guess what? You’re getting a belated holiday gift from us today: an updated course!

One of the questions we get asked the most is, “How do I get more traffic to my blog?”

And it makes sense. Traffic is one of the core elements to building a successful, profitable blog. With traffic comes ad revenue, pageviews, sponsorships, and more, so we wanted to update one of our oldest courses to help you get a traffic boost.

That course, dear friend, is our course on Food Sharing Sites!

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New Course: SEO for Food Blogs


by Alexa on Dec 11, 2018 in Course Updates, New Courses

Learn about our new course: SEO for Food Blogs! Newly updated to teach you about keyword research, ranking factors, and more.

Oh hey! Guess what? It’s New Course Day!

Well, it’s Updated Course Day. But New Course Day just rolls off the tongue so much easier, right?

Regardless! We’re so super duper excited to let you know that we’ve updated our SEO for Food Blogs course, and we can’t wait for you to check it out. smile

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Course Updates - March


by Bjork on Mar 12, 2013 in Course Updates

What's the one thing that's constant with technology? Change. smile

Below are the Food Blogger Pro videos that have recently been updated.

Course: Akismet

Akismet is a comment spam prevention plugin from (reminder: is the for-profit branch of Wordpress).

Update: When signing up for Akismet you now need to use a username to login. is starting to require this for many of their products and plugins. We added a note to this video to notify viewers that the sign up process will first ask them for their username before asking for additional information. Even if you use a self-hosted blog you'll still need to create a username.

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