A lot of people would have you believe that blogging is passé, or even dead. They think if you’re not on the “bleeding edge” of technology, you’re wasting your time.
“Never have so many said so little to so few,” they say. And they have a point: many, many people’s blogs are read by their family and close friends only.
Is blogging dead? No, but writing a boring blog is!
You may have noticed that we’ve been playing with a new format here at Wheatmark for the last couple of days.
That’s because I just attended a GKIC Fast Implementation Bootcamp in Tempe last week.
Dave Dee, one of my mentors, taught a course on email marketing that was just incredible… but when I got home and reviewed my notes, I realized I’d already learned these exact same techniques… four years ago!
I just hadn’t bothered to implement what I’d learned.
The moral of the story? You’ve got to actually do it!
So if you’ve been having trouble implementing a great blog, I invite you to attend my colleague’s Authors Academy presentation tomorrow on how to write a blog post that will find its audience and perhaps more important, will be shared.
Atilla will be teaching how to craft blog posts that drive traffic and attract readers like flies to a picnic!
This presentation is for Authors Academy members only. If you’re not a member, you can take care of that unfortunate situation right away by clicking here.
Once you sign up, you’ll have instant access to our archives, where there are dozens of presentations available for you to watch and listen to on demand, and most important—take action on immediately!
Take it from me: don’t let four more years go by without making the kind of progress you should be making as an author.
See you there tomorrow,
PS: Authors Academy members also have exclusive access to Office Hours, where senior faculty members answer all your questions about marketing and publishing your books. It’s killer!