After a week of playing Bloggywood Squares, the Beyond Blogging Project has re-opened. If you are reading this blog because you are new to blogging, then the project may be of interest to you.
I’ve been a member of the project since it started at the beginning of March, and I’m going to sum it up in just two lines:
Community: Put quite simply, although there are podcasts and webinars produced for the members on specific topics, it is the forum and the regular but informal Skype calls that I find the most useful. You can bounce your ideas off a small group of people, and they will give you honest opinions – even if that means that you end up ripping your site apart and re-working parts of it.
Making money: to be perfectly honest, if you are not interested in making money with your blog, then you probably will not want to make the investment in the first place. If, on the other hand, you want to make a living out of blogging and already have some ideas about what you want to do, then you should consider joining.
You need to be prepared to invest some time and money, in order to make your blog successful. Visit the Beyond Blogging Project now to find out more.
I just have one small favour to ask. When you have a blog critique done, or it get’s ripped to shreds in a Skype call, don’t forget to hire me to get the recommended changes done!