Authors, a 31 Day Blogging Challenge to Increase Sales

31 days to a better blog darren rowse ebook coverYesterday I started a 31-day challenge to write on my blog every day. Inspired by a friend and colleague at Our Little Books Publishing, and supported by the 31 Day Blog Challenge, and based on Darren Rowse’s 31 Days to Building a Better Blog project.

Challenge for me: I like posting well-baked posts. But writing every day means I’ll post lighter, smaller posts. I’ll have to let go or this perfect picture I have about posting.

Benefit: I’m pushing myself out of my comfort zone, which, okay, I’ll admit, I like… Fun for me is taking that stretch a bit at a time.

Why I’m doing this challenge: to see if I can notch my numbers up. I checked in with, I have my Google Analytics that arrive into my inbox every Monday. I’ll let you know the results in 30 days!

Question: What if you blogged every day with the intention of getting more visitors, having more conversations, and increasing your sales? Authors, what would that be like for you?

Join me in the adventure!

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  • Beth
    Good luck with the challenge. It is a commitment but well worth the results. I cant wait to see what happens for you.

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  • Beth Barany says:

    Julia, Thanks! I’m curious to see what happens too!

    Chris, thanks for the retweet!

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