Starting anything new includes a learning curve.
You aren’t going to begin a new adventure on Day 1 and knock it out of the park.
In order to succeed in the long run you need 3 things:
You need to want it bad enough to work hard.
You need the tools and knowledge to work with.
You need people to support and buy your work.
When it comes to blogging the barriers to entry are low.
You can get a blog up and running in under 20 minutes.
With a few clicks and tapping on the keyboard your words are out there for the world to see.
But maybe you have no idea where to start. Maybe you have questions.
Why should you blog?
What kind of blog do you write?
How do you pick a blog name?
Does the URL (domain name) really matter?
Which blog host should you use?
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get all these questions answered and more?
Wouldn’t it be nice if an award-winning blogging authority wrote a starter guide?
Yes, it would be nice.
Introducing, The Blogger’s Guide: Starter Kit by John Saddington, the first installment in a series focused specifically on equipping you with the tools and knowledge to start blogging and succeed in the long-term.
Get it now and begin your blogging journey on the right foot.
Or if you’re already on your way, get back on the right path.