I have to thank Dr. Mani for inviting me to take his 30 Day Blogging Challenge! I am undeniably excited by completing the blogging challenge (well almost, there are a few days left) and learning to love blogging!
Joining the 30 Day Blogging Challenge helped me learn the basics of blogging and meet my initial objectives. Now that I’ve proven I can indeed blog consistently about topics I’m interested in, I want to dive deeper. I decided to invest in 31 Days to a Build a Better Blog and participate in the Problogger challenge outlined in the book. It is a 31 day, step by step, guide to building a better blog. I have already started following the steps.
Day one is recommends you Write Your Elevator Pitch. I started working on it tonight. I drafted a tag line for my blog that is easy to say and remember and represents what I have done for small business owners and non-profits over the past three decades, that is; “Helping ordinary small business produce extraordinary results!”
I would love to hear what you think of the new tagline and if you love blogging too!
Stay tuned for more about the 31 Days to a Build a Better Blog challenge too, as I tackle the daily tasks and report on some of what I learn.
Suggested reading from the 30 Day Blogging Challenge
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