Blogging. Is. Hard.
It’s draining. It’s time-consuming. It’s confusing.
And in many cases… It’s just straight up demoralizing!
But blogging’s only hard because we make it hard.
For some crazy, whack-o reason — We try and do EVERY SINGLE PART OF IT ALONE.
And it sucks.
The web design. The writing. Building traffic. Growing social media.
All of it! All the time. With almost no help or guidance at all…
But to become a successful blogger, you’ve GOT to get help from other people.
People to help you build traffic. People to help you generate ideas. People to give you feedback on your posts. People to help guide you on what works and what doesn’t.
And that’s why finding the perfect online community is CRITICAL to your blogging success.
That is why I’d like to introduce to you…
The Most Amazing Online Blogging Community in the World!
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Raise your hand if you’ve ever started a blog and written a half dozen articles before you realized you had absolutely no idea what you were supposed to be writing about?
Have you wished you were an “expert” in something but had absolutely no confidence that anyone would care about what you had to say?
Ever worried your niche was completely oversaturated and you’d never be able to reach anyone who would give a damn about your content?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then…
I’m going to help you find the perfect blog niche and find your unique blogging voice within 25 minutes using the incredible power of Reddit!!!
Here’s what you’ll need:
1. An active Reddit account with subscriptions to 10 or more subreddits
2. A word processor, spreadsheet, or simple pen & paper to make a couple of easy lists on.
3. Less than 25 minutes of your time…
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I talked to Pavan from GrowingMetrics early this morning and we were going over different traffic strategies that are working for us.
He’s currently working the Pinterest angle (which I also want to get some feedback on), and I’m a big advocate of Guest Posting and On-Page SEO.
So this week I’d like to chat more about Guest Posting on other blogs for referral traffic and SEO benefits, as well as your experience with Pinterest and if there are any Canva professionals out there.
Yesterday Badi from AllThingsBlogging suggested we add a “General” voice channel where we could meet once or twice a week just to hang out.
We wouldn’t necessarily talk shop during these meetings (though we still could), but rather a more relaxed “let’s just chill tonight” kinda thing.
Does that sound interesting to anyone else? If so… what dates/times sound good to you? Maybe like Wednesday evenings? Break up the week?
Please leave any suggestions in the #suggestion channel on our Discord server.