It’s Time to Get Intentional About Blogging
Let’s see if this sounds familiar. You have a blog, but you update it maybe once or twice a month. You started strong, writing all sorts of content, but now you can barely remember your password.
Or maybe you’re tirelessly slaving away at the keyboard every day, but you just can’t seem to get anyone to read what you write.
Either way, you’re frustrated.
So what’s wrong with you? Maybe nothing.
Spend the next 12 weeks learning a new skill
This would be a great time to renew your vows to your blog, to start anew, to dig in and do the work.
Who knows? You just might see the results you’ve been longing for.
It’s time to get smart, to do what the online rockstars and blogging heroes do. To stop spinning your wheels and start working in the areas where you’ll see a reward.
There’s a reason why you’re still struggling, why you’re not seeing breakthrough with your blog. And as much as it pains me to say, it may have nothing to do with writing.
What most writers don’t know about the Internet
Do you wish you knew:
- The secret to getting a ton of blog subscribers?
- How to land a guest post on an A-list blog?
- How to write content that actually gets read and remembered, instead of scanned and forgotten?
- What the deal is with SEO? Do you really need to care about search engines?
- And a whole lot more?
There’s more to blogging than being able to write great content. And it’s about time you learned what this craft was all about.
If this sounds like you, you should take my free online blogging course (which I just updated) to learn the answers to these questions.
Oh, and did I mention that it’s 100% free? Yep.
I’ve been blogging and training people how to blog since 2006, and these are some of the most important lessons I’ve ever learned — and I’m giving them to you, gratis.
What would learning to be a better blogger do for you? Share in the comments.