“31 days to build a better blog” workbook out now

31 days to build a better blog

One of the better things I’ve done during my time blogging is to take part in a programme run by Darren Rowse at Problogger called “31 days to build a better blog”. Through daily teaching and tasks Darren aims to help bloggers up their game and improve both their writing and the community around their blog. The tips and help I encountered as a participant of 31DBBB (which was free, by the way), have been fantastic.

Well, what now that the programme is over? You can still find the teaching on Problogger, but Darren has also produced a workbook (electronic download) covering the 31 days’ tasks plus updated teaching.

There’s something handy about having all the tasks in the one place, so the workbook suits me down to the ground. The amount and quality of teaching in there also represents, in my view, good value for money at $19.95.

If you don’t quite feel ready to shell out on the workbook, or just want to explore the concept before taking the plunge, head on over to the 31DBBB signup page where you can participate in the programme free of charge. I did, and it really did help me with my blogging. And if you want the extended teaching, the workbook info is here.

Buying the workbook through the links on this page will also generate commission for Geek-Speak, so you’ll get fantastic teaching and support this site at the same time :)

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