Smart Blogging Skills – Week 15

The final week!

Week 15 of Smart Blogging Skills is all about Writing Powerful Blog Posts: Three Post Styles To Stand Out With

Writing a powerful blog post is the cornerstone of your blog.  It’s one of the reasons people will continue to come back to your site and treat you like a trust resource.  Because you are one.

Cultivate the habit of writing really great posts for your readers and you’ve created a win/win for you and your readers.  Kelly gives some really great examples of the types of blog posts that draw the most attention.  Make it a priority to write a least one awesome blog post each week and watch your readership grow.

 

Like all of the lessons, there is a pdf “summary” and short audio where Kelly give you practical information that breaks this week’s tasks down into bite sized pieces and shares what you need to do and why you need to do it.

This Lesson Will Teach You:

  • Three Types of “Killer” Blog Posts

What did you learn this week?

If you’re interested in guest posting on Moms In A Blog, having me guest post on your site or have a cross-blog conversation email me at tracy@momsinablog.com

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