If you’re like me, back in late March, when Darren announced that he’d be running the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog series again in April, I jumped on the list lickety-split. I did day #1, read day #2 and promptly fell off the wagon, never to catch up with him the rest of the 31 days.
“No problem,” I figured, “I’ve got all the emails saved – I can slow this down and do it at my own pace,” because I really did want to do the whole 31 days. And then he announced he was creating an e-book out of the 31 lessons and would be adding additional material throughout.
I bought my copy a few days ago, and have been going through it. I LOVE having all the lessons in one place versus in 31+ emails in my inbox. The additional content is great, too. Best $20 I’ve spent in awhile.
Now, the thing is – buying this e-book doesn’t make your blog better. Sorry. It doesn’t. You have to actually read the e-book and TAKE THE ACTIONS it outlines. (You must trust me on this. I’ve only just gotten it through my own thick head, but it really doesn’t do any good to buy products and then never use them.)
I don’t know if this will help you or not, because I don’t know if you’ll do anything with it beyond buy it and download it. But what if you do? What if you do buy it and download it and USE it? What if $20 and some time on your part is all that’s standing in the way of your blog being a helluva lot better a month from now?
Don’t buy this workbook unless you actually intend to use it. Please. You don’t need another e-book gathering dust on your hard drive.
But do buy it if you can commit some time to improving your blog over the summer. How cool would it be to feel like you know what you’re doing when it comes to your blog?
Cooler than ice cream in August.
Keepin' it real in the bloggerhood,