Maybe you recently started your blog, and you aren’t sure what to do next.
Or maybe you built your blog a while back, but haven’t done much with it.
How would you feel if I told you that one month from today, your blog could be on the way to real success? That you could have a blog that identifies you as an authority in your niche and actually makes a little money?
That’d be pretty awesome, right?
Well, it’s possible, by following the step-by-step instructions laid out by Darren Rowse in his course, 31 Days to Build A Better Blog.
Back in 2002, Darren stumbled across an article about blogging and decided to give it try – a dozen years later, he’s considered by many to be the one of the leading names in professional blogging. To say he’s been successful is totally an understatement! His two main blogs, Digital Photography School and Problogger, garner 85,000-100,000 page views every day, and ProBlogger is one of the most influential blogs in the blogging industry.
What I’m saying here is that Darren Rowse knows what he’s talking about when it comes to blogging and he explains how you can create your own successful blog in 31 Days to Build A Better Blog. It’s a serious but simple, easy but effective, step-by-step guide to creating and maintaining a successful blog.
This course can help you if:
• You’ve started a blog and need to know what to do next
• You built a blog some time ago and haven’t done much with it
• You blog consistently, but aren’t seeing any return on your hard work
• You regularly blog, but want to know where to turn for a limitless number of post ideas and inspiration
• Your blog is showing some growth, and you want to turn it into a valuable passive income source
Need help coming up with new blog post ideas? How about discovering exactly where you can promote your blog in ways that you never thought of, ways that increase readership and engagement? Do you know where to find other bloggers just like yourself who are willing to trade guest blog spots? The answers to these questions and more are in this intense but actionable 31 step blogging course.
And because the internet changes from time to time, the course has been updated, and includes 7 bonus tasks to help make your blog stand out.
The updated sections include case studies of bloggers just like you, big and small, who have gone from struggling to successful. This course is like having a professional blogger hold your hand and walk you through the steps that will help you create the freedom and financial success you’ve always dreamed of.
I really liked the way Darren has also included links to additional reading connected to each task; it gave me the opportunity to find out more information about the steps that most interested me.
The course is designed to be used daily, so that by the end of 31 days, you’ll see results and definitely be moving in the right direction. However, you absolutely can take it at your own pace, and do one step every two or three days or even once a week, depending on your schedule.
I’ve been blogging for over a decade, and I still found plenty to learn from this course. Some of the blog post ideas, while not necessarily new to me, certainly had a fresh slant to them that was really helpful for me. I also loved his ideas on how to use your previous posts as a springboard into new, fresh content so you never run out of ideas.
There was another thing I really loved about this course – so many people feel like the only way to make money blogging is to teach people about blogging and internet marketing. But Darren uses his experience from building his other blogs, most specifically, Digital Photography School, to show how to build a truly successful niche blog. He’s not sharing information that he’s learned from reading or following someone else; he’s sharing information he’s learned the hard way – through experience. And he uses his own niche blog as an example throughout the course to show you how it’s done.
This course assumes that you already have a blog started. It doesn’t go through any of the technical aspects of building a blog like getting hosting, installing WordPress and so on.
If you’re serious about creating an income with your blog, click here to see how 31 Days to Build a Better Blog can help you. It certainly has helped me (and thousands of other bloggers) learn to create a more successful blog.