Each morning Sarah sends you an email with a specific topic--my favorites included:
Day 2: Keywords
Day 3: SEO
Day 6: Post length
Day 7: Titles
Day 17: Images
Day 19: Call to action
Day 21: Infographics
Day 22: Linky party
What I loved about writing so many posts, is that it has made me really hone in on what I want my blog to be about, and who I want to reach. All of my posts are full of images (except this one ironically), and due to Sarah's suggestions, I am using an app called Canva rather extensively now, not just for my blog posts, but for my accounts on Pinterest and Twitter. Check out Canva! It's addictive!
So, what does this all mean? Travel with Mrs. T. is traveling full speed ahead! Look for about 2-4 posts each week. Forgot what the categories are? Check out my post What Free Travel Advice Do You Need? for a brief synopsis.
But, I've also been thinking about a portion of my audience that I haven't been reaching, and in response, on June 5th, I'll be launching a tandem blog with links for teachers and students about how to use personal experiences, and the web, specifically travel blogs, and other travel-related information, to help show mastery of standards in language arts, math, science and social studies for grades K-6. When I launch Travel with Mrs. T., the School Edition, I'll be attempting the 30 Day Blogging Challenge for the second round (I'm not alone in my initial failure) and this time, I'm determined to complete 30 successive days!
P.S. Just this Tuesday, I had my highest number of page views since I started blogging. Thank you Sarah Arrow!
Do you want to improve your blogging skills, or maybe start a blog? Check out the 30 Day Blogging Challenge! You won't be disappointed! The best part--it's free!