Darren Rowse of ProBlogger is a fabulous blogger that I’ve followed for many years – since he started his first blogs, actually. He shares a TON of fantastic information on his site, and if you have a blog and want help making it better? His site should be at the top of your reading list!
One of the books that he has written is “31 Days to Building a Better Blog“, and the new updated 2012 edition is fantastic! This downloadable e-book is designed to help you revitalize your blog. You work through 31 tasks – each day with something to DO and teaching to go with it on both the WHY and the HOW of the task – and working through the process will help you to turn your site into powerhouse you’ve always dreamed of.
Darren is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of blogging by offering all of his books for $10 between now and December 7, 2012. (After that, it will return to the regular $29.99 price, which still is an amazing value!) You can purchase 31 Days to Building a Better Blog HERE and check out the rest of his books HERE.
These books are not written specifically for photographers, but they include things that everyone should be doing for their website, no matter what field they are in.
Working through 31 Days to Building a Better Blog as a Group
I don’t like working through books like this alone, so I was super excited when I mentioned on Twitter & Facebook that I was considering doing it and a number of people stepped up and said that they wanted to join me! I started a group on Facebook for it yesterday – 31 Days to Building a Better Blog Over 8 Weeks – and if you would like to get a copy of the book and join us, we would love to have you! The group has members from all walks of life, both photographers and other bloggers, and all levels of experience. Everyone is welcome!
About the 8 weeks part? I knew with the holidays in December it would be a challenge to get through the whole 31DBBB in 31 days, so I’m planning to work through it over 8 weeks. Now until the end of January, 2013. It isn’t too late to join us! Whether you want to join us or not, I highly recommend getting a copy of this book.
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