Have you been thinking your blog needs a little extra… something?
Probably just needs a kick in the patootie.
(Yes, I said "patootie.") 🙂
Grant Griffiths over at Blog for Profit has taken the outstanding mega-series of blog posts and expanded on them to create the ultimate "blog kick start" training package. It's called "31 Days to Kick Your Blog in the Butt" and it helped hundreds of bloggers when he ran the program live on his blog.
If you've been looking for "just the thing" for your blog, I invite you check it out here through Michael Martine's affiliate link: Click here to buy "31 Days to Kick Your Blog in the Butt" for only $12.50 US dollars.
Why am I doing this, when I have my own products and services for better blogging? Because I believe you can learn a lot from people who come from various backgrounds. Grant Griffiths comes from a small business professional services background, specifically law. He started blogging to promote his Kansas family law practice.
So far, I'm on page 29 of this 106-page report, and Griffiths covers a lot about the main thing most bloggers forget to do: Listen and participate in conversations. In other words, blog outreach, the "O" in my 4-point CODA blogging strategy (Content, Outreach, Design, and Action).
It doesn't matter if you understand the tech stuff about blogging, or get hung up on design and widgets. It's more important to use your blog as an interactive tool for sharing content and starting conversations.
So get off your butts, folks, get this little ebook and start reading. Griffiths even gives you daily homework, so if you start today with this 31-day blog improvement program, you'll start seeing some serious results by January 2010. Yes, it's coming right up soon, get ready for a great year!