Blog Like a Pro Lesson 1:Know What You’re About
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Today is Day 1 of 7. And here’s lesson 1: know what you’re about. Let’s do this!
So… what’re you about? My name is Jackie Paulson. My blog is mainly about book reviews, some product reviews, weekly WordPress photo challenge, and other odds and ends. I want to write book review and make extra money on the side because my full time job is part time. I want to share with the world what Authors are writing so that others might find some book they wish to read or buy.
Leave a comment here sharing a short description of what the argument of your blog is about.
What’s your goal? I am going to get through this challenge one day at a time because I love to focus on the moment with zero distractions, thus after midnight central time will be my posting time.
Assignment: write a manifesto. Read the post to learn more. Then post a link to your manifesto and share it with the group. If I could sum up my manifesto it is to let the “Law of Attraction” lead my way each post. I love to think outside the box and hope to get new ideas, opinions, comments, questions, or new observations about my blog as it stands each day in their statements in the comments…♥ All my friends live online is my motto!
Jeff says, “The best way I know how to do that is to write a manifesto. Just draft a few hundred words answering the following questions.” TO BE ANNOUNCED by Jackie Paulson:
- What’s the problem? This can be with the government, the world, or some niche hobby.
- What’s the solution? What do you propose we do to fix this problem?
- What’s the next step? What is the one call-to-action you want to leave people with? Tell me them to do that one thing.
For an example of a manifesto, which is only 900 words and has been inspiring hundreds of thousands of people for years, you can read mine here.