Let’s say that you’ve been reading my blog since its inception. If so, you should be standing on solid ground in regards to the purpose of blogging and how to set one up for your chiropractic practice.
If not, I recommend you take the time and go back through the archives. Start with the very first post and read forward. For the month of April, I purposely wrote the content to build on top of each other. So, if you invest the time, you’ll walk away with a deeper understanding of blogging and social media.
However, if you have been an avid reader, have applied the information to real life and have launched your own blog, then let’s talk about how to build a better chiropractic blog in 31 days.
To equip you, I’m going to refer you to one of the world’s premiere bloggers, Darren Rowse. If you recall, he was one of the 7 Bloggers I recommended to you to add to your RSS subscription.
On March 30, I was one of over 14,000 people who signed up to take Darren’s challenge of building a better blog in 31 days. Each lesson was delivered via email accompanied with strategic steps to accomplish before the next lesson.
The lessons weren’t overwhelming. Matter of fact, they were quite manageable once I made the commitment to follow through.
And, even though I’d already read Darren’s book, ProBlogger, I was amazed at the amount of additional material I learned.
As Darren states, the purpose of the challenge was as follows:
“The reality is that all bloggers want to improve their blogs – but many never quite get around to it.
I went through this in the early days of my own blogging and came to the realization that there came a point where I just had to get serious and put time aside to work on my blog.
That’s what this challenge is about.
The idea is simple. By the end of this challenge you’ll have learned 31 aspects of blogging and put them into practice. It is designed not only to fill your head with knowledge ABOUT blogging but also give you some concrete things to do to actually DO something with the knowledge.”
Since its conclusion, Darren has compiled all of the lessons into a 188 page downloadable eWorkbook. It is literally jam-packed with additional material and resources that weren’t covered during the initial challenge.
For example, the workbook takes things further by including the following:
- New tips and reflections for each of the 31 days (an extra 6000 words of content).
- An organized approach to all 31 days of tasks and teaching compiled within one convenient document.
- A refreshed design and layout that has been professionally edited which also includes a note section for further brainstorming.
So, the bottom line is this — if you are serious about taking your chiropractic blog to the next level, I highly recommend that you grab a copy of Darren’s workbook. It’ll not only revolutionize your blog but also its effectiveness in attracting quality prospects.
Get serious, get focused and invest the twenty bucks on this INCREDIBLE eWorkbook TODAY! Grab your copy HERE!
You owe it to yourself, your blog and your practice!