Next month (Feb) will make a year that I’ve been blogging with WordPress. If you don’t know my history or story be sure to read it by clicking on Miguel’s Story.
I’ll attempt to apply the principles suggested by Darren at problogger (as an experiment) and of course to better my own blogging experience. Please, tag along if interested.
Remember: I don’t care how long you’ve been blogging or how much money you make or how big you think you are in your own mind, there’s always room for growth.
While reviewing the series, I realized the methods I do and don’t practice- I’m sure the same will apply to you but that’s not the point. Allow this to be an exercise that helps to both develop those neglected blogging areas or to build your strengths as a blogger.
What is the 31 Day Project About?
A month’s long series of posts to help us build a better blog. Since I’m Miguel and not Darren- my thoughts and reactions will reflected my opinions, priorities and interests. Naturally, my flavor will be seen, tasted, smelled and felt.
Email a New Reader of Your Blog. That’s right- drop a new reader a thank you expressing your gratitude and delight for having them as a reader to your blog.
- Take it a step further if able- extend a handing hand.
- Share a useful resource with them about blogging or writing.
- Become someone’s mentor
Easy enough, right? Don’t just do it for the sake of doing it- put some thought and time into it. Aim to be more intentional. A blogging buddy did it for me and our relationships turned into a friendship. He’s also my mentor. He’s one of the most selfless bloggers I’ve ever met.
What would it mean to you if people said that about you? Share if you dare!
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