30 Day Blogging Challenge
It appears that everything has to be done in 30 days when you have a new business!
I started my research into launching my Virtual Assistant business by following a book called The 30 Day VA Challenge. I’ve given myself 30 days to try different business networks to see what suits me best. I have a business book called 30 days to starting your own business and I’ve decided to have a go at the 30 Day Blogging Challenge.
When I was younger, I was always one for writing stories, articles, making newsletters but as time has gone on, the need for me to be inventive has decreased. It takes me quite a while, and several edits, before I am happy with publishing something and in my new business, I feel this is a skill which I need to jump-start again. I’m also reliably informed, from all the networking and business books I’ve been reading, that blogging can increase business leads and the ranking of your website and that certainly can’t do me any harm.
The big question now is whether I can think of 30 things to write about! The creator of the challenge (Sarah Arrow) kindly sends emails on a daily basis to provide inspiration but then the rest is down to me.
I want your help though! If you have any ideas of what I could write about, or if you fancy being a guest blogger (to give me a break!), let me know in the comments box below.
Thanks for reading and let’s hope I can retain your attention over the next month!
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