Do you have a story in you?
Are you brimming with enthusiasm but don’t know how to begin?
You’ve come to the right place. We’re here to help bottle your energy and alleviate the headache of getting started with your blog.
We’d love to tell you that blogging is just like updating your Facebook status, but it’s not quite true. There are a lot of steps to you need to take to get up and running. Be patient with yourself and trust in the process.
Think of this roadmap like an actual map. You’re at the starting point now, and your destination is clear: a polished blog that lets the world know you mean business. This book will guide you along your journey!
We’ll show you which path to take, and which exits to avoid, in order to get you to your destination, and have fun doing it!
We’re so happy you’re here.
"Time to Start a Blog" Roadmap
Starting a professional-looking blog isn’t an overnight project. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the details when you start out. There are oh-so-many steps, and even though we’ve started more than a dozen blogs between the two of us, it took us years to learn the skills, tips, and tricks needed to get a great blog going.. We created this guide for us, but now can pass it along so you can learn what we know in a matter of days!
How "Time to Start a Blog" Is Laid Out
The book has two parts: book and workbook. The workbook is meant to be filled out as you go along. Everything in the workbook is organized into checklists to make it easy to keep things organized.
You’ve got this. With Time to Start a Blog, you’ll have a better understanding of how to build a blog from the ground up.
When you head out on a trip, you need a vehicle with fuel and tires. To get your new blog up and running, here are the crucial things you’ll need for your journey:
- A blog concept
- A bit of money (not much, just enough to look like a pro)
- The workbook
- Time (several hours to devote to setting up your site)
Remember, perfect is the enemy of the good. It’s normal to want your blog to be “just right,” but that is simply your brain’s way of stalling. As you get farther along in your journey, you’ll get better at this. But think of your decisions as the car you’re taking — you wouldn’t swap out the car, or paint it, on the way to your destination, so don’t do that here, either.
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