Somebody asked if Darren’s course “31 Days to Build a Better Blog” is worth it, and I can say there is more action oriented material in this plan then there is in many plans that cost ten times or more. The cost to experience this program yourself is less than $30. If you are debating spending the money, you should really be debating if you want to be a great blogger?

It’s obvious to me that 31 Days to Building a Better Blog is an extremely simple plan. Because each lesson is simple, I struggle with writing a decent post without first implementing the strategies, which takes considerable more time, but is worth it.

I’m not posting reviews of each day, on the day that I read the lesson but I’m still signifying what day the lesson was read on. I have to actually take action on each task and some of the actions are ongoing, while others can be done on the specific day that you read the post.

Not every task is a one and you’re done. Many of them require that you make them a part of your daily process to get the most benefit from and that’s what makes 31 Days to Build a Better Blog so valuable.

Today’s lesson takes me on a journey to places I’ve been, places that I know about and places I’ve never been or known of before. This is one lesson that you do over time and in different strategies.

You are going to get out of your comfort zone if you really put this lesson to use, but the return will be significant.  The question is, “How serious are you about your blog?”

The great news is that ProBlogger has a specific forum that you can access to discuss this post with other bloggers. They will be able to help you as you formulate your plan of action.

Again, I find 31 Days to Build a Better Blog to be simple, but packed with action oriented material to make you a better blogger!