Awhile back (more than a year ago) I purchased Probloggers: 31 Days to a Better Blog workbook. I read through a bit of it, realized I did NOT have the time to devote to it, and it literally just got lost in all my files on my computer. However, back in January, I remember seeing a group of women putting on a month long challenge to complete the workbook. I was disappointed because by the time I discovered it, it was already halfway through. And we were so busy, I just couldn’t jump in, even late.
I am happy to announce that they are doing it again, in June 2011. Starting date, June 1. I am a lot less hectic and a lot less busy right now, and I feel completely positive that I can do this. So I signed up. I’m ready to have a better blog in 31 days. Definitely.
The thing I love the most, is that there are two options and ways to participate.
Starting in June, you can choose between two options:
Work through each of Darren’s assigned tasks Monday through Friday in . Because we will not be working on weekends, you’ll be done with the program about mid-July.
This option is for those of you who really want to work through everything the ProBlogger program has to offer. Starting June 1 under the, we’ll publish key points to discuss, a task to work on and questions to answer daily. Rest assured that your blog will improve. And you know I will be with you every step of the way to answer any questions you might have and even keep you going with a giveaway or two.
Focus on only a handful of the 31 activities. The plan is to slow down the program more than ever. On Mondays and Thursdays, we will publish a post in the Education channel on SITS, bringing you some of our favorite ProBlogger tasks. While we won’t be working through all 31 activities, we’ll be focusing on a handful of activities in detail and ensuring that everyone has a chance to complete them. What’s more, because the SITS Girls plan to run the 31 Day Challenge several times a year, you can join again and again as we work through different sections of ProBlogger’s book.
If you are considering doing this, you can check outpost to see what you are going to be expected to work on during June. (and to see if you have the commitment to go with it).
If you have decided to do this, leave me a comment and/orso that I can A) visit your blog and start commenting more often and B) follow you back on twitter and hopefully make new friends out of this whole experience. 😉