Why Should You Take Up The 30 day Blogging Challenge devised by Sarah Arrow?
I have spent many many hours, days and several nights, researching on how to improve my blogging, from plugins to content, from improving traffic to conversion. I ought to say, some provided answers while others left me in a quandary.
Sarah Arrow, as some of you already may know, has been internationally recognized as a top content marketer. Forbes and MSN list her websites as top ones, and she’s the author of many quick start marketing guides. Her books are here on Amazon.
If there were to be a FREE course to guide me day after day after day, holding my hand and firmly leading me in all the right directions, by such a reliable expert as SARAH ARROW, why would I not do it?
You should too. Join here.
Some of you have already witnessed how my blogging has changed over the past 30 days. Have You?
I shall touch upon some of the aspects I have learned through the course via these questions –
- How to write effectively and what to write? What about the correct grammar?
How well organized are you with your blogging?
A pathway to a treasury of resources (which work) from images to tools to plugins – do you have the keys to this?
Which Social media suits your blog best?
Should you really focus so much on social media?? Is it all about how many +1s, likes you get??
Can you do infographics?
If you had a blogger burnout – what would you do?
Have you asked yourself these questions?
I have, and through the course found the answers too and MORE for FREE. Join and find out for yourself.
It might help to know that the first couple of weeks can be pretty hectic, but it gets easier then on. This challenge is like a ‘health check’ for your blog! We all will need a health check some day, at the same time, we should have the intention of handling with maturity any health issues that might show up.
If you are serious about improving your blogging, then you should consider doing this for sure. Well, if you expect to be ‘not so busy’ with blogging because of the challenge, you may need to ask yourself – why am I blogging? what am I trying to achieve? do you really wish for many to be able to read you? If your answer is – ‘yes, but don’t know how to – you need to make a start – with this challenge!
There are many challenges in life which lead us through a struggle, many a times we feel alone, helpless.
However here, with Sarah Arrow having the answers at the tip of her fingers and a very supportive group, you will not feel alone. You simply need to ASK. That can’t be too hard can it? I mean you are getting all the RIGHT answers for free. Surely that’s not always the case with our other challenges we face.
Few thoughts about behind the scenes –
Any doubts you might have, you can ask in the FB group as and when they occur. You will get a response right away. Even emails get answered within 10 minutes! This is incredible considering how busy Sarah is. But as far as is possible, preferably ask in the group – that’s what I did.
This FB group is such a hive of activity. A fascinating set of bloggers and blogs, whom you can meet day after day after day. Visiting them and learning about what they had to say has been another wonderful revelation to me.
What Now?? What Next??
There might be times during the course when life seems to just take over and you are too exhausted to keep up. I am sure this is one of the things that might be holding you back…But, there will also be times when you can ‘dump/place’ your ‘other’ ‘jobs’ in an ‘after the course’ bucket.
I have done that too. Now I can focus on my bucket!
During these 30 consecutive days, I have not only completed the challenge but also completed successfully –
2) Shared my peers’ posts across social media.
3) Managed 2 school going children full time, day after day being there for their tests, exams, half-term as also the unpredictable sick days.
4) Cooked every single day for my family as also for my blog posts.
6) Attended an all girls meet-up in London, where I met an incredible set of women who know how to lighten up the evening in a polished yet fun manner.
7) Attended a parents’ workshop, parent consultation on different days, at my daughter’s school along with regular school runs.
8) Conducted my daughter’s birthday, baking a cake, buying presents and cooking.
9) Managed to stay in touch with friends and family.
10) Made many new friends!
So you see, you can STILL breath!
I did it. YOU can too. Join, Challenge Yourself to improve.
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See you all soon.