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Introduction to 15 Days to Better Blogging Challenge


Blogging is one of the ways that people are making money online nowadays. It can be quite lucrative considering that there are bloggers who earn 4 to 6 figures. 

It is one of the ways I earn online but I'm still very, very far from that level. That is why I want to improve myself in this area. 

If you already have a blog published online, but you think that you still need to learn more about how you can make it better, then join me in a new series of posts on this blog. This series will talk about blogging and doing it right so that it would be more likely for you and me to pocket some profits with blogging.

If you don't have a blog yet and you want to start to create one, I encourage you to do so. I have a number of posts that I wrote years ago teaching how to start blogging for free by creating a blog on Blogger - a blogging platform you can use for free. You can go to the link above to see how to create a free blog.

Now, this blogging series will cover three main areas of blogging:

1. How to Write Better Blog Posts

In this part, we'll answer questions like 

How do you create great blog post titles? 
How do you format a post so that it will be attractive to readers?
How do you write quick posts or epic posts?


2. How to Get Blogging Ideas

When just beginning a blog, when you're very enthusiastic about your niche, it seems there are plenty of ideas to write about. But as time passes, it becomes difficult to think of things to blog about. 

The blog posts in this section will help you with brainstorming topics to write about. If you're stuck and do not know what to write next or you feel uninspired, these posts can help you get topic ideas for your blog.

You could use your takeaway from these posts right away, or you can take note of them and refer to them when you need a good idea.


3. How to Make a Good Blog Better

Do you want to be a better blogger? Do you want a blog with more engagement, traffic, and subscribers? How about making extra cash with your blog as a result? I'm sure you want these, too.

This set of posts will be about tips and strategies that will help you and me to become better bloggers. Topics such as blog optimization, promotion, and creating a list will be discussed.  

Let's try a few or all of the tips and see how incorporating them in blogging can be beneficial. 


There will be a total of 15 blog posts in this series covering the three areas mentioned above. I could add more if I see the need for it. Hopefully, at the end of this Better Blogging Challenge, (you and) I have become a better and more consistent blogger.  


Would you like to join me and take up the challenge of becoming a better blogger? It doesn't matter what niche you're in. The tips and tricks that you will learn here will work for a parenting blog, a cooking blog, a business blog, a pet blog, a fashion blog, or whatever type of blog you have. 

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Update of the Links to the Topics of this Challenge:

How to Write Better Blog Posts

5 Quick Tips on How to Format a Blog Post

How to Make a Good Title for Your Blog Post

The Why and How to Use Images in Your Blog Post

5 Essentials of How to Write a Good CTA for Your Blog Post

How to Quickly Add Videos to Your Blog Posts

How to Get Blogging Ideas

How to Come Up With Good Ideas for Blog Posts - Part 1

How to Come Up With Good Blog Post Ideas - Part 2

How to Create an Editorial Calendar

Writing Best of Blog Posts and Product Reviews

How to Make a Good Blog Better

How to Increase Reader Engagement on Your Blog


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