If you are not familiar with it, Darren uses to run a very useful series on his blog titled “31 Days to Build a Better Blog.” He basically takes one month out of the year and packs it with practical articles that people can use to improve their blogs.
This year he added an interesting twist to the thing: you can signup to get a closer interaction with the project. Here is how Darren described it:
The idea behind this is simply to have a group of bloggers setting aside a month of their time to work at improving their blogs. While we all want to have better blogs sometimes it becomes one of those things that we’re going to do…. one day.
I personally find that I improve (in all areas of my life) when I’m more intentional and set aside a specific time to make the improvements. That’s what this project is about.
Yesterday on Twitter I mentioned that I was thinking of running this again and had 50 people express interest in 5 minutes. I quickly set up a sign up page just for my Twitter users and within 24 hours had well over 1000 registered participants. I guess people want to do it.
Interested in joining us? If so, read on…
If you are looking to improve your blog during April, I would recommend signing up for this. First of all it will give you an extra motivation to actually take action instead of just sitting around reading your RSS feeds…. Secondly, Darren will also pack some bonuses for the people who join, so you can’t lose.
- Tips and tricks to improve your site
- The latest trends and opportunities
- Useful online tools
- It’s free!