Would you be interested in joining with a group of other bloggers for a month long intensive program of blog improvement? If so – please read on:
ProBlogger’s 31 Days to Build a Better Blog workbook has been downloaded many thousands of times since it was launched last year. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive – however the one negative that I’ve heard quite a few times has generally been:
“It’s great…. but I’m only up to day 13….”
OK – you can change ’13′ for 11, 17, 25 or any other number – the consistent feedback I’ve had from some buyers of 31DBBB is that they’ve found it very worthwhile…. but that they didn’t get to the end – often because they got distracted.
I was talking with Chris Garrett about this a week or so back when we met up at SXSW and as we talked about it an idea for a ‘31 Days to Build a Better Blog Bootcamp‘ emerged.
The main idea behind this more intensive and collaborative approach to 31DBBB was that it be something that we run for a small to medium sized group of bloggers to work through together.
It’d be based upon the 31DBBB workbook but also include some extra teaching audio/calls, the opportunity to ask questions and perhaps a forum/community area for participants to share what they’re learning and interact. We’d also have some incentives/bonuses for people to complete the 31 days/tasks to help people keep moving rather than getting distracted.
There would of course be some additional cost on top of the workbook to be involved in the bootcamp – to pay for the extra time/resources we’d need to assemble – but we’d do our best to keep it affordable.
Are you interested?
If this sounds like something that you’d like to participate in to help you kick start your blog – please add your name and email address to the form below. This will give us an indication that there is interest but also give us a list of people to invite to participate in the first bootcamp (if there’s enough interest). There’s no obligation to participate – but by adding your details below you are just giving us an expression of interest.
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