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Are you looking for some excellent blogging resources created by Black people? I have put together an AMAZING list of blogging resources, all of them from Black content creators. There is a wealth of knowledge in the Black blogging community, and I am delighted to be able to share all the blogging resources by Black creators that I’ve found!
If you want to support Black businesses in the blogging sphere, you have come to the right place. See the resources below:
Starting A Blog
Are you thinking about starting a blog? These Black bloggers have been there and done that, and they created these resources to help you do it too!
- Mom Entrepreneur Journey Made Easy Ebook by Kayla of My Motherhood Made Easy
- The Blogging Blueprint by Tiffany Griffin of Beautiful Dawn Designs
- How To Blog For A Living by Jenell B Stewart of Jenell B Stewart
Organization is so important when it comes to running a blogging business. Lucky for us, these bloggers show how to stay organized so you can do even more with your blog.
- Trello Essentials: How to Use Trello Like a Pro by Elizebeth Gidley of What Moms Make
- Trello Blog Processes Blueprint by Elizebeth Gidley of What Moms Make
- How to Plan your Weekly Schedule for Successful Blogging by Elizebeth Gidley of What Moms Make
- Live that 300 Tabs Life | A Workona Course for Tab Addicts by Elizebeth Gidley of What Moms Make
- Organized Resources | Mastering your Bookmarks for Blog Productivity by Elizebeth Gidley of What Moms Make
- Manual Pinning Organization in Trello by Elizebeth Gidley of What Moms Make
- Goal Getter Action Plan: The Ultimate Guide to Slay Your Goals by Nicaila Matthews Okome of Side Hustle Pro
Sometimes, you need someone to give you tips all the way through. These blogging memberships give you regular training, worksheets, workbooks, and even various courses one can take to grow your blog.
Stock Photos For Your Blog
You need photos if you are running a blog, and Black creators do not only do the stock photos channels below, but they also have more diverse images included in their stock photos. So if you are looking for more people in your stock photos who do not all look the same, I would invest in any of these three channels.
- She Bold Stock by Jasmine Hunt of She Bold Stock Blog
- PixiStock by Alicia P.
- CreateHerStock by Neosha Gardner
Grow Your Blog Traffic
Every blogger wants more traffic. And these AMAZING resources below show you how to grow that traffic. So whether it be on your Instagram feed, Pinterest, your podcast, other social media channels, or your blog traffic in general—you are in good hands with these resources below.
- The New Blogger’s Playbook: The Stupid Simple Way To Increase Your Blog Traffic by Ashley C of The Rich Girl Blog
- Pin your Way to Conversions- Learn how to drive FREE Unlimited traffic to your Business or Blog using Pinterest by S The Marketer of Black Beauty Bomb Shells
- Podcast Moguls: 8 Weeks to Tripling Your Downloads And Monetizing Your Podcast by Nicaila Matthews Okome of Side Hustle Pro
- Master The Gram: Build An Engaged Audience On Instagram by Nicaila Matthews Okome of Side Hustle Pro
Monetize Your Blog
Lastly, but certainly not least, are the monetization resources. This is my favorite part about blogging, and that is why you can find resources from ours truly in the list below. Enjoy!
- Blogging Money Update by Jasmine Watts of Miss Millennia Magazine
- Blogging Money Formula by Jasmine Watts of Miss Millennia Magazine
- Freedom With Freelance Writing by Chonce Maddox of My Debt Epiphany
- Course From Scratch Masterclass by Danielle Leslie of Danielle Leslie
- Money Blogging Blueprint by Monique Solomon of Blog With Mo
- The BluePrint To Successful Affiliate Marketing by Ashley C of The Rich Girl Blog
- Blog Income Strategies Simplified by Divine of Ladies Make Money
I hope you enjoyed the list that I put together here. But I want to let you know that this list is FAR from finished. I know there are way more Black content creators out there with courses we should be supporting.
Do you know a blogging resource by a Black creator that should be on this list but was not featured? Let us know about it so we can add their product too. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll get them added.