DAY 1 – A Blogging Challenge and a Quick Content Idea
This post is part of the series 30 Day Blogging Challenge
Other posts in this series:
Blogging is a great way to grow your reach and engagement with your target audience. It’s also fun and easy to do, and frankly, it can be quite profitable if you do it right. Over the next 30 days, I invite you to join me in a blogging challenge. I’ll have a fresh new blog post for you each day that will help you accomplish one of two things:
You’ll Get Plenty of Ideas for New Content to Help You Become a More Consistent Blogger
My first goal with this challenge is to give you plenty of ideas for things to blog about. It’s hard sometimes to come up with something fresh and unique to write about. When you’re stuck with writer’s blog or just feeling a little uninspired, look no further than these quick and easy content posts.
Use them right away, or file them away for those days when you’re struggling to post consistently.
Tips, Strategies, and How-To Info to Help You Become a Better Blogger
My second goal is to help you while challenging you to become a better blogger. We all have things we can improve and I hope you are constantly striving to do better. Every other day I’ll have a new tip, idea, or strategy for you. Try them as we work through the challenge and start incorporating as many of them as possible in your blogging.
The reward will be more engagement, more traffic, and more subscribers, and hopefully, at the end of the day, more cash in your pocket. Of course, I don’t guarantee you will ever make money with your blog as results will vary, but I promise to share my best stuff with you.
How This Will Work
Each day for the next 30 days, I’ll post here on the blog and share either a content or strategy tip with you. You’ll also get an email from me each day for 30 days with my best tips and ideas.
I hope you grab hold of the information and follow along every day. In the daily emails, I’ll share the day’s post and some other bits and pieces. Also feel free to invite other bloggers who may find this information helpful.
Before we call day one of the blogging challenge a wrap, let me share a quick content creation tip with you. This 30 day challenge concept can be applied to any niche. If you’re a food blogger, share 30 recipes that follow a certain theme (i.e. 30 Day Slow Cooker Challenge) and invite readers to follow along.
If you’re in the parenting niche, share 30 simple crafts, or recommend 30 children’s books. If you’re in the self-improvement niche, run a 30 Day Inspirational Challenge where you share an inspirational quote each day. The basic idea is to challenge yourself and your audience to do something consistently for 30 days. Try it. I think you’ll love getting into the habit of blogging daily, and you’ll be amazed at how much your audience and your traffic will grow in those 30 days.