Be a Better Blogger: Skellie Shows You How in 31 Days

Skellie, writing over at NorthXEast, recently posted a fantastic article entitled, 31 Days to Becoming a Better Blogger.  Each day is a mini-assignment that you can undertake to make your blog the best it can be.  When you look through the list, it might seem a bit daunting at first – especially if you were to undertake this challenge day-by-day.
If you have a lot on your plate already, consider implementing one of these suggestions each week or every two weeks.  It might be a good idea to join forces with a friend who is also a blogger so you can support each other in working through each of these steps on your respective blogs.  Also, you can provide each other with valuable feedback on your daily or weekly accomplishments.  Buddy systems are great for inspiring you to accomplish more – and faster.
Another suggestion is to read through the list and do all the easy ones – and then check them off.  That alone will give you a great sense of accomplishment.  For example, it’s easy to create a strong password for your blog.  You can do that in a few minutes and check it off as “done.”  Another option would be to start with something simple that doesn’t even require you to do anything online.  For example, the suggestion for Day 17 –“ Think up 20 post ideas you can use” is a great place to start.
Is anyone up for the challenge?  Let us know if you plan to engage in working through Skellie’s magnificent list of ways to become a better blogger and which item you plan to start on first.
Wishing you the best of blogging.






3 responses to “Be a Better Blogger: Skellie Shows You How in 31 Days”

  1. Connie Ragen Green Avatar

    I am definitely up to the challenge. I will start with thinking up 20 post ideas. I need to refresh my blogging skills and this sounds like a great place to start!

  2. Tara Kachaturoff Avatar

    Thanks for stepping up to the challenge. And congratulations on the 436 articles you have posted on You’re an inspiration to all writers.
    Tara Kachaturoff

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