As a quick little disclaimer, yes, this post has affiliate links. But it’s not a post from a swipe file or just another summary of a product’s sales page. I have bought everything in this post and reviewed it myself. There is no shame in making money off of something you like and believe is good for people!
This week, Darren Rowse of ProBlogger released his third eBook, ProBlogger’s Guide to Your First Week of Blogging. I admit, I almost didn’t buy it because my initial thought was “Wow, I’m well beyond my first week of blogging.”
But then I realized I really wasn’t. I’m actually gearing up to start a new blog in the next coming weeks with my hubby about our collective photography adventures. We both have photography blogs that just showcase our pictures (his and mine), but we want to do something different – more informational. Just a week ago when we were discussing it, then we got “stuck” at the part about what kind of content to create.
Here’s where ProBlogger’s Guide to Your First Week of Blogging comes into the picture.
As I mentioned in the opening disclaimer, this isn’t one of those reviews that is just a summary of the sales page where I’m trying to convert everyone like a super affiliate. Believe it or not, I didn’t read the sales page. Or the emails (sorry Darren). I just know that I’ve bought the other two ProBlogger guides (31 Days to Build a Better Blog and Copywriting Scorecard for Bloggers) and I learned a lot of great things from both. So I figured, why wouldn’t this be any different.
What You’ll Get in ProBlogger’s Guide to Your First Week of Blogging
This eBook is a little different than what I expected, but in a good way. I should say this is more of a workbook than an eBook. It gives you three to five tasks to complete each day with one main end goal – to create a solid content base for your new blog.