31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo

[R]ecently I finished Bryan Allain’s eBook about blogging. It was a surprisingly fun and easy book to work through. While his content was solid, it was his writing style that made the book dazzle.

There were two practical ideas in particular that I am taking away from this book:

  1. Leave a comment on 5 other blogs a day to become a great networked blogger
  2. Use twitter to post multiple links to each post (at different times) to leverage your content

He also includes an excerpt from his blog in between each chapter. They include things such as this gem, “A spoon is just a mini-bowl with a handle.”

If you are a blogger, or if you just enjoy good comedic writing, this is a book you should definitely check out. Also, Bryan’s blog is a daily dose of goodness that you can find here.

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Jeremy Jernigan

This is the personal blog of Jeremy Jernigan husband, father, executive pastor, and student of truth

4 Comments

Kim

about 3 years ago

Thanks Jeremy! I will check it out.

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Lucy

about 3 years ago

I'm excited to read this book. Thanks Jeremy. BTW check out my blog when you get a chance. I would love to get your feedback. :) http://findyoursparkle.blogspot.com/

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jeremy

about 3 years ago

Looks great Lucy! That's awesome that you started one. The biggest challenge is disciplining yourself to write regularly. Everything else is just cosmetic. Happy blogging!

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Dan King

about 3 years ago

Jeremy, Thanks for the suggestion of this book. I just finished it and it was great. I did learn a lot. I wonder though once Lucy reads Day 25 it if she will delete her plug to her blog above ? :)

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