Back in March I signed up for Darren Rowse/ProBlogger’s challenge to “build a better blog in 31 days”.
Due to other commitments (birth of baby!) I have not been able to participate in any of the day to day activities, but I have read what is required and I am very impressed with the direction and quality of activities (and the reasons behind them) and will certainly be putting them to good use in the coming months/posts.
The activities include (without spoiling it for you) activities such as;
- Dead-link hunt
- First-time reader audit
- Promote a post
- Learn from another established blog
… and many more. You get an email (roughly midday, UK time) outlining the current day’s activities with a link to the full instructions/requirements and a link to the community forum; all very good and incredibly useful.
Tomorrow is the last day of the challenge that I signed up for, and I’m looking forward to seeing what Darren has in store for me … should be good!
If you are interested in the kind of activities that encompass the challenge, I’m not going to ruin it for Darren; you’ll have to sign up for his next challenge and find out for yourself:
If you’ve been taking part in the challenge, please let us all know how you’ve got on by using the comment field below.