Improve Your Blog in April


post-it mania

I’ve written before about the ProBlogger blog and the massive pile of awesomeness you can find there. Have you checked it out yet? If not, now’s the time. Beginning April 1st, Darren Rowse (Mr. ProBlogger dude himself) will be starting a project called (Drumroll, please)…

31 Days to Build a Better Blog

What the hell is that all about? Well, Darren promises this isn’t an April Fool’s joke, because well, that just wouldn’t be funny. He’s done this twice before and from what I understand it’s been a pretty successful gig. Each day beginning April 1st, there will be a big fat juicy post for you at ProBlogger that will consist of a teaching component and something for you to do on/for/to your blog. The focus is on doing something to improve your blog. So, if you’ve been feeling like you need to do something, but you don’t have a clue what that something is, or how to do that something, then this 31-day thingy just might be the something you need to get your blogroove on. And best of all, it won’t cost you a penny. But wait…

31 Days?! Isn’t that, like…Almost a month?

Wow, I thought I could slide that past you. And yes, I know you’re not very good at the whole commitment thing and 31 days is like, a really long time and maybe something else might come up, or you have previous obligations, or another job, or you have to wash your hair and clip your toenails in April. Yeah, I get it. It’s tough to stick to one project for a month when you’re juggling 12 other things and trying to keep up with who got voted off of American Idol this week (or, ya’ know, whatever). But, think of it this way. You can spend 31 days focusing on improving your blog with the help of a pro, or you can struggle to figure it all out on your own. I’m guessing going it alone would take longer than 31 days, and probably wouldn’t give you the best results.

I’ve registered for the ProBlogger project and I’ll post updates in April about how it’s going for me. If you’re in on it, good on ya! Come back to Quitters and let us know how it’s going for you. Or you know, you can just hang out in the corner and clip your toenails. I’d prefer the conversation, though.

Take Action

So, if you’ve stopped hyperventilating and sorted out the commitment issues, you need to move soon. Not trying to pressure you or anything. Just saying. If you want to get in on this, you need to register ASAP by going HERE and filling out a simple form. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

See how quick and easy that was?

Drop a comment and let us know if you’re onboard.


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