Having the opportunity to speak with Jenna directly about my specific business was invaluable for me.”
Dana Machacek, Director of Operations at Martycultural Inc. | Martycultural.com
You want to get more exposure, grow your email list, and become known as an author people love.
You hear guest blogging is a great strategy to get your name out there and help you grow your platform but you don’t know how to pitch your guest post ideas in a way that actually gets that popular blog to say “Yes! A thousand times yes!”
You’re worried that they won’t even pay attention to your pitch since they’re getting dozens of emails every day from people just like you begging to be featured on their blog.
You also don’t want to embarrass yourself by sending a pitch that falls flat and makes you look like an amateur.
And you honestly don’t want to have to spend months trying to develop a relationship with these bloggers in order to get on their site.
You’d like to be featured on their blog as quickly as possible.
That’s exactly what I can help you with.
Not only do I know how to get your post featured on a major site, I’ve actually done it myself with some of the top blogs in my industry and I’d love to help you do it too.
She is such a great writer, and she never once made any of us feel less than great, either.
It was nice to hear that she edits the heck out of her writings…she’s actually human…who would have thought?! That humility gave me hope that I can do this, too.”
The truth is that blogging on your own site when you’re lucky to get a few visitors a day and a handful of subscribers a month is not going to help you grow your email list and sell more books as quickly as you’d like.
So you’re a smart cookie for thinking that you should try guest posting to grow your blog as quickly as possible.
Getting featured on a must-see blog in your industry can help cement your reputation as someone people should pay attention to.
It can get you more traffic, subscribers and ultimately more book sales.
And I have to tell you, the boost of confidence you get from seeing your name on a major blog – and getting to respond to dozens of comments from people telling you how much they loved the post – that’s an awesome feeling.
That’s when you know there are people out there who appreciate what you’re bringing to the table and your ideas suddenly feel validated.
Then, after a few of your guest posts get published and you begin to get known, people might even start coming to you and asking you to write for them instead of you feeling like you have to buy them expensive cheese and French Bordeaux just to glance at your ideas.
That’s what happened for me and it’s delightful…
Now before you assume that I already had a huge email list or was toenail painting besties with the head honchos of these blogs before I pitched my guest post ideas, you gotta know that wasn’t the case at all.
I didn’t know Laura Roeder from LKR Social Media.
And John Jantsch from Duct Tape Marketing definitely had no idea I even existed.
I started from scratch. Just like you.
And I was able to get my posts on their blogs by using the strategies and formulas I’m going to share with you.
And no, you don’t need to be as polished as a Pulitzer Prize winning writer to successfully pitch and write a guest post.
In fact, even if you feel like you’re not the best writer, you can absolutely write a great post for someone else’s blog.
As long as you’ve got a message to share and a yearning for learning, you’re good to go.
This can be done.
I’ll show you how.
As a result of working with her I feel like a load has been lifted off my shoulders in terms of what direction I want to take my health coaching practice. Jenna is a great listener and I would absolutely recommend her to others struggling to find their voice in their business.”
Joane Cajuste, Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach | JoaneCajuste.com
Between the lessons I’ll give you and the opportunity to pick my brain during group Q&A calls, I’m gonna be answering all your questions.
The thing is, you want to get the most out of this experience. I want you to get the most out of this experience.
That means that I’m prepared to do everything in my power to make sure that you do get what you need from this – including getting all your questions answered during the lessons and Q&A calls.
Whether you want to double your email list, develop a first-name-basis relationship with a big-gun blogger, or sell more books, guest blogging is one of the smartest strategies you can use to make that fantasy become 3-D reality.
(No fancy 3-D glasses required 😉 )
Susan Seale, Life & Business Coach | SusanSeale.com
I’ve broken the program down into 3 main parts.
And I’m happy as a dog with an ice cream cone to walk you through everything step-by-step.
But before we dive into what you’ll learn, I need to be clear that this isn’t going to be all easy-peasy lemon squeezy. I’m not going to promise that you barely need to lift a finger to make this happen.
There is work involved.
I’ll be there to give you the clear step-by-step plan, but it’s up to you to get it done.
If you’re cool with that, and you’re ready to commit, carry on, my friend…
I would definitely recommend Jenna to ladies who feel like they are going around in circles and getting no where, ladies who know they have something they could really build if only they could get clear on how to start.“
Johleen Wakefield, Inner World Stylist | JohleenWakefield.com
This week is all about knowing your audience and being unquestionably clear on what blogs they’re already snacking on.
It’s kinda like when you’re looking for love. You don’t sit at home and hope that Mr. Handsome McSmarty-Pants will just show up. You go where he’s already cruising around, charm the pants off him, and live happily ever after.
It’s the same with guest blogging – just with less pants being charmed off people. Everyone gets to keep those bad boys on.
Now that you’ve found where you wanna guest post, it’s time to learn how to have the best chance possible of getting your pitch accepted.
You see, it’s not enough to have a great idea.
You also need to know how to craft a pitch that’ll get them interested.
The good news? I’ll help you with both!
You’ve found your audience. You’ve pitched your ideas. Now what?
That’s what this week is all about.
Now that your pitch got accepted, it’s time to write a post that gets you the results you want – traffic, subscribers, social media mentions, the works.
I get that writing might not be the easiest thing in the world for you, and that’s why I’m here to help.
Talking with her feels like having a conversation with a close friend, one whom I felt comfortable sharing my most sincere hopes, fears, and dreams with for my business and life.
I would recommend her to anyone who is motivated to take action, even if they don’t know what kind of action they need to take. Actually, especially if they don’t know what the steps they need to take are because she’s great at providing guidance and direction to figure out those steps.”
Heather Carpenter, Photographer | HCarpenterPhotography.com
Each Monday – starting on April 27th – I’ll send you an email with instructions on how to access that week’s lesson.
There will be videos and doable worksheets to help you strategize a guest blogging plan that’ll help you grow your email list and sell more books.
You’ll also get plenty of opportunities to ask me questions during our live Q&A sessions…
We’re gonna have 5 Q&A calls where you can ask me any questions you have and get some one-on-one coaching from me to ensure you have what you need to succeed.
All the calls will be recorded and you can listen to them as many times as you like.
Don’t worry if you can’t make all of the calls live.
You’ll have the opportunity to send me your questions before the call starts so I can answer ’em on the call. Then you can just listen to the recording whenever you like.
The calls will typically last about an hour but I’ll stay on the line for as long as you need me to so you can get your questions answered.
I always feel a sense of comfort that she gets the coaching process and knows how to help me set up a practice that works both for me and for the kind of business I want to build.“
Kathy Stowell, Coach | BlissBeyondNaptime.com
Jenna is an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid® Certified Coach who helps coaches dazzle more clients with their sweet skills. She’s been a featured blogger on some of the top blogs in her industry and she loves chatting with people in the comments section of every blog post she writes.
Her favourite pastimes include helping her peeps create addictively awesome content that’s jam-packed with personality, integrity, and lots of client-attracting goodness.
Known for giving doable strategies in a fun, friendly way – and for making blogging not seem so darn hard – Jenna loves to help obsessed-with-changing-people’s-lives bloggers get more clients and make more money.
She also loves heaping piles of popcorn which goes well with her adoration of binge-watching Netflix. Current favourites include House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and Sherlock.
If you have any doubts about working with Jenna because you’ve been burned before by another coach or you’re not sure you’ll see the results you secretly dream of – stop doubting!
I have worked with coaches in the past and I always found myself at the end of the sessions feeling like, “When are we really going to solve my problems and get to the really good stuff?!” But not with Jenna. She takes you down that path right from the start in a gentle, friendly, and reassuring manner.
She’s highly focused on progress and dedicated to giving you what you need.”
Jessica Carr, Dream Biz Decipheress | JessicaCarr.com.au
Her style is easy, helpful and flexible and will make writing easier for me than I was making it out to be.
Her tips on how to efficiently, quickly and, most importantly, effectively write to attract more clients were eye opening.
She helped me build my confidence in writing without hiring an editor who may or may not make my blog post better. She ROCKS!”
Patricia Weiland, Organizational Leadership and Performance Coach | Sage4Change.com
While working with her I realized that what helped me most (and what I love most about her) is her transparency. She lets you ask her ANY business questions that you have, and her answers are always honest. She even answers questions about her personal business- what’s worked for her and what hasn’t.
I notice that most entrepreneurs don’t do that. Jenna, on the other hand, lets you take a peek under her business hood. Most business coaches like to paint a ‘pretty picture’ of themselves and their business when in reality they struggled a whole lot in the beginning. Jenna keeps it real and that’s why I highly recommend her.
She’s excellent at pointing you in the right direction, that way you save time and money.”
Dennisse Lisseth, Business Strategist and Holistic Health Advocate | DennisseLisseth.com
She has the magical ability to come up with headlines that grab potential clients’ attention and guide people to write copy that turns a reader into an excited and loyal subscriber.”
Daniel Jordi, CEO & Founder Jordico | Jordico.com
Jenna’s laid back but very practical, organized and focused.
She’s friendly and supportive but she knows how to get down to business.”
Adria DeCorte, BodyLove Wellness Coach & Speaker | HealthyVegasVegan.com
In contrast to the overload of techniques, tactics, and tech recommendations in the content marketing world, Jenna was able to confidently outline the essentials of what is necessary to actually get started and keep going with success. (And she is a successful one, at that!) I’m grateful for her coaching!”
JoAnne Henein, Producer & Consultant | Entre-Up.com
I would absolutely recommend Jenna to other entrepreneurs – I already have!
If someone was looking to work with Jenna I would tell them to not under estimate her! She’s a super sweet, tiny little thing who can and will kick some serious ass!”
Susan Ferraro, Manifestation Coach | SusanF.com
Ashley Slaughter, Certified Life Coach | StayPositiveAshley.com
I love working with her because I felt comfortable sharing my stuckage – I never felt judged, yet she also called me on it and didn’t let me off the hook!
I would recommend Jenna to anyone that is starting out in their business (or has been in business awhile, yet is floundering).
She’s awesome at creating clear, actionable next steps and she’s super supportive every step of the way.
I think she’s fantastic when working with new business owners because she’s kind yet direct and firm. I loved getting the chance to work with her.”
Marilee Sears, Marketing Coach for Dentists | IntegrityInPractice.com
She helped me to think in a way I’d never have been able to do on my own and I’m so thankful to have had the opportunity to work with her.”
Teri Smart, Copwriter & Editor | TeriSmart.com
With Jenna’s help, I’ve made positive shifts in my business in the past few weeks. I’m getting more comfortable putting myself out there and owning my awesomeness.”
Jamie Villarreal, Social Media Strategist | RockSteadyStrategy.com
Reba Charleston, Wellness Coach & Trainer | RebaCharleston.com
She really wants to help her clients and everyone she comes across and you can see it just from the way she talks, writes and listens.
I would definitely recommend Jenna to other entrepreneurs and small business owners, especially ones who are a little bit shy because I know they would feel completely comfortable working with Jenna.”
Alyona Stavrova, Personal Trainer and Nutritional Coach | AlyonaStavrova.ru
The beauty of her concise leadership is the tailored fit for success she provides through her action-oriented steps.
I believe in taking what works and leaving out what doesn’t, which she emphasizes making her real and relatable.”
Sandy Galiano, Author + Creative Anthropologist + Speaker | SandyGaliano.com