The SITS Girls are hosting a really fun blog challenge to build a better blog in 31 days. I decided to jump on board seeing as the motivation of the group will continue to push me to put my best foot forward.
If you don’t already know, The SITS Girls are, A group of more than 6,000 woman dedicated to supporting one another by leaving comments. To be honest though it is much more than that. The SITS Blog features many interesting articles about blogging. Every day they feature a blogger and showcase their best posts. It is so great to be introduced to new blogs and be immediately taken to the best posts on that blog.
The SITS Girls ProBlogger Challenge features ProBloggers e-book called 31 Days To Build A Better Blog. Each day you are given a task that you need to complete which will help you create a better blog. I purchased the e-book. (There is a discount code for the e-book for anyone who wants to participate in the challenge on the BlogFrog Post). The best part about this challenge is that there are already over 250 people that have signed up to participateâ€¦ imagine having that kind of motivation?
We will all be motivating each other on Twitter as well as on BlogFrog.
If you are here visiting from the Challenge post you can add me to your twitter here: funwithmama
The challenge starts on July 19th. After having a look at the e-book, the information there is so informative that it is definitely worth checking out.
Since it is an e-book and I generally like to jot down my ideas on paper I created a Task Challenge booklet for myself to ensure that the ideas keep flowing (no matter where I am).
I thought it would be really helpful if I shared this with my fellow SITS Girls who also like to jot down their ideas on paper. I feel that this will make the challenge so much more organised for me.
Here is what the pages look like:
To download click on the image above or here: Build a Better Blog To Do ListÂ
I printed mine out and then binded it with my bind-it-all. You can punch holes in the page and add it to a binder or even more simple, staple the pages together.
Disclaimer: The 31 Days To Build A Better Blog Challenge is brought to you by ProBloggerâ€™s Darren Rowse and the SITS Girls. The only thing here that is by me is myÂ to do list. The above to do list does not contain any direct information on the e-book itself.