There’s so much to get to grips with – but the more time you spend learning, the less time you spend doing.
You’re not alone. Every blogger (me included) feels overwhelmed to begin with.
None of us have as much time as we want.
None of us can absorb all the information out there.
But you don’t need to spend hours writing new content. You don’t need to struggle to learn something complex which takes forever to implement.
You just need to find a few minutes each day to put these tips into practice.
What the Blogosphere is Saying About These Ebooks
The feedback so far has been fantastic!
Ten Powerful ways to Make Your Blog Posts Stronger has been downloaded hundreds of times. I’ve had emails thanking me for the ebook, and I’ve seen lots of great tweets about it:
And there’s been plenty of excitement about the second free ebook – Ten Easy Ways to Attract Readers to Your Blog and Keep Them There:
Two Great Bonuses – Totally Free!
As well as Ten Powerful Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Stronger, you’ll get:
Ten Easy Ways to Attract Readers to Your Blog … And Keep Them There. This follow-up ebook gives you a bunch of tips on turning those great blog posts into a thriving blog with loyal readers.
Access to early-bird registration for my upcoming ecourse, Blog On. This is a hands-on course which will take you through four major types of blog post, step-by-step, over eight weeks. You’ll finish the course with four great pillar posts for your blog – plus a bunch of new blogger friends.
This is all completely free. But it’s also only available until Sunday 22nd May. (Why? Because on Monday 23rd, I’ll be opening up early-bird registration for Blog On – and I want to make sure you get your discount.)
Once you’ve put your email address in the box above, you’ll receive an email with a link that you need to click to confirm.
As soon as you click that link, your copy of Ten Powerful ways to Make Your Blog Posts Stronger will zoom straight to your inbox.
And a few days later, you’ll receive your copy of Ten Easy Ways to Attract Readers to Your Blog … And Keep Them There.