The Blog gets a Face Lift! How to Improve Your Blog

So last week I was searching for blog ideas.  Mainly I was looking for ways to prevent writer’s block.  And I came across an incredibly helpful website called Blogging Your Passion.  It’s run by two very successful bloggers who put together multiple videos showing  you how to create a very nice website blog.

Well, I signed up for their Blogging Your Passion (BYP) 101 course and over the last 3 days have learned many extremely helpful tips on how to build a website that gets readers’ attention.

You may notice the new logo.  I created it thanks to their guidance plus learned how to create all sorts of other logos.  Also the side bar can be designed to include advertisements and other widgets, and I could go on and on.  Now it’s still up to me to produce the content.  But the enhancements they showed me will keep this fun for years to come.

If you’re interested in learning how to improve your blog, I’ve included the link to their site.  Click here to view more details.

If you’ve already begun blogging and want to take it to the next level, they have a BYP 201 course. Click here to view more details about that course.

And then of course they have a BYP 301 course too. Click here to view more details

I found it most helpful to start at BYP 101 even though I wasn’t starting from scratch as the 101 would imply.

******Also, be sure to scroll along the right side bar and sign up to “re-follow” my blog.  Anyone who had signed up before will no longer be receiving automatic post updates due to the changes I made.  But there’s always a catch with progress.

Anyway, I hope you like it and let me know if you have any suggestions!  Improve your Blog!

 

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