Discover How Easy (and FAST) it Can Be to Create Gorgeous,
Click-Worthy Blog Posts That Capture Attention, Hold Your Reader’s Interest and Increase Conversions

… All without getting a degree in design or spending a fortune on custom graphics.

Picture just one of those posts. 

It’s got all the cool things you have seen in other people’s posts - gifs, embedded posts from social media, a content upgrade to help build your list.  

You keep going back and looking at it because you can’t actually believe that you have put it together yourself.  You're so chuffed you almost want to print it out, just so you can show it to people.

Not only that, it didn’t take you hours to do.

What's holding you back?

You don’t know how to do it yourself.

Some days it is all you can do to get published.

Blog posts take too much time already - there’s no extra time for the bells and whistles.

What if I told you that it doesn’t have to be that way - that you really can create great looking blog posts that don’t eat into the time you want to spend doing other things (even if those other things are sitting on the deck drinking a glass of wine!).

Use this comprehensive training and done-for-you templates to take your blog posts from blah to beautiful, in no time at all!



Then repurpose those same images and put the power of Pinterest to work, for more repins and targeted traffic.

2 Courses

Using Visual Content for Maximum Blog Exposure
Using Pinterest to Promote Your Blog Posts

2 Calls

We will have 2 calls where you can get all of your questions answered and any additional training you need.

4 Weeks

Pop up Facebook group for you to get support and feedback on a new blog post or revamping an existing one.

In an analysis of over 1 million articles, BuzzSumo found that articles with an image once every 75-100 words received double the social media shares as articles with fewer images.

17 different ways to add visual content to your blog posts

We cover:

  • The power of visual content
  • The 5 main elements of a good graphic
  • Graphics that you can use in your blog post (there are more options than you think)
  • Graphics for blog post promotion
  • The different considerations for each platform

You receive:

  • 1 hour in depth training on adding visual content to your blog posts
  • 12 fully editable canva templates - for the different graphic types for your blog posts.
  • Links to all the resources covered in the training.

Pinterest is the 2nd largest traffic source from social media.

We cover:

  • Choosing the best keywords for your Pinterest Boards (even if you know nothing about keyword research)
  • Getting your boards set up with yours, and other people’s, content
    Creating eye catching graphics
    The best low-cost social share plugin to help your pins get more traction
    How to create great graphics, with templates included

You receive:

  • 1 hour in depth training on using Pinterest to promote your blog posts
  • 10 fully editable canva templates, already sized for Pinterest.
  • Links to all the resources covered in the training.

These two courses together create a double punch. Firstly we are going to create a share worthy blog post. Then we are going to use the same graphics we already created, to share it out on Pinterest (and really anywhere else you want!)

2 courses, 2 calls and 4 weeks of support for just


Our pop up Facebook group opens on the 31st of May.

Stacey Myers has really blown me away with her class...

"Using Pinterest To Promote Your Blog Post". I've watched the replay at least 3 times and I learn something new each time I view it. ​

It is chock full of nuggets to help you learn how to use Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog. Stacey teaches about Rich Pins, how to conduct searches on Pinterest to help you name your boards and discover popularity of topics.

She included all about using specific plug-ins that help with your Pinterest pinning efforts, too. Stacey includes Canva templates making it super easy to create beautiful pins of your blog posts to pin to your boards. Learning Pinterest for my business is a priority this year and I've already learned a ton from this one class. Thanks Stacey!

Melissa Brown, MD  

Who is Stacey Myers?

I work with wonderful women who are building businesses through teaching their knowledge and expertise in coaching programs, courses and online products.

I'm a bit of a geek and love teaching people how to use the tools that make them look good in their business, build their business faster and make their lives easier.

I know you have knowledge and expertise that can change the lives of so many people. I want to help you share your expertise with the world. I believe in you!