In my series for 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Challenge
- Joining The Challenge Of 31 Days To Build A Better Blog At Problogger.net! U2?
- What’s your Elevator Pitch?
- 9 Advantages Travelling Offline With Your Notebook!
- Continuing 31 Day challenge to Build a Better Blog
- Popular Websites And Their First Year Roundup!
- 6 Helpful Tips To Build A Better Blog!
- 7 Insightful Tips To Improve And Raise The Quality And Readership Of Your Blog
I thought, hey that might be fun to join, and see what tasks he has every day to build a better blog. I’m some days behind, the challenge started on Monday already, but I think that won’t hurt. I might be going behind the tasks anyway, since I won’t write every day, but maybe some of the tasks I might skip or they don’t necessary require to write a post or several tasks can be made on one day.
Besides that, I will report about his tasks and my personal succeed how I can, will, won’t, can’t handle, solve, finish them.
So far he had some really good tasks for the participants.
First day: Write an Elevator Pitch!
Good one, luckily I kind of had my pitch already in my head, not really written down, but I was able to tell people in the elevator, what’s my website is all about. Wanna hear? Monday my friends, meanwhile you can think of your own elevator pitch of your website and if you don’t have a website, maybe you like to suggest an elevator pitch for my website, who knows, it might be even better than my.
Second day: Write a List Post!
What a coincident, I just wrote a little list post on thursday. Will see how you like it, might come out on Wednesday.
Third Day: Promote a Blog Post!
I sure will, see how the promotion of the list post will go.
Next one is
Fourth Day: Analyze a Top Blog in Your Niche!
Oki doki, this is where I fail, since I’m not in any niche, I can skip that one. Even though, there is danger in this task, instead of just analyzing the top blog, many would rather copy them. As Darren said, don’t copy, be unique. I hope many will follow his advice.
And so far the
Fifth Day: Email a Blog Reader!
A way to be more personal with your readers. Hmm, ok, but I try to answer every comment on my website, is this personal enough, or should I write an email to one of you guys?
BTW, I will still continue and write about all the stuff I think are interesting and fun, so don’t worry, will keep going.
I wish everybody an Happy Easter or if you don’t celebrate Easter, an awesome weekend!
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