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31 Days to Build a Better Blog

I am about to undertake a 31 day challenge to build a better blog. Darren Rowse of ProBlogger uses this strategy. He decided to share it with everyone and has sold tens of thousands of copies.  I’m confident that this eBook will be well worth the investment and make me a better blogger.

As I found out, buying the book doesn’t make you a better blogger. Putting the tasks into action will make you a better blogger. You have to take action to make it worth your investment. Still, there will be many people that buy the book and never take action.

Today is the first day of my 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. Darren states you can speed up or slow down the challenge according to your needs. I’m going to stick with the daily tasks.  This will allow me to schedule the exact time I need in my schedule. This also allows me to keep focus on other responsibilities and needs.

I will give you a daily update of my progress. Each task shouldn’t take very long so my updates may be short. I’ll give you an impact statement as well. I will tell you if I think the exercise was of value, and what I think that value is.

I’m pretty sure that you’ve bought eBooks before, and if you have, you know that eBooks can be pretty poorly put together. That’s not the case with 31 Days to Build a Better Blog. This eBook has been professionally compiled. Illustrations, layout, formatting and editing have all been done.

This appears to be an extremely easy read.

ProBlogger has also put together a forum that readers may register at. This allows you to share your experiences and ask any questions that you may have. This gives the reader a chance to see how 31 Days to Build a Better Blog has impacted other bloggers.

If you want to follow this series, simply find my tag, “31 Days Build Better Blog” and you will be able to follow how I’m doing.