There are some great resources out there, however, that I find quite useful. Today I am going to share with you 3 essential blogging resources to help you cut through the noise and get to the best content in the blogging sphere.
01. Blogging For Keeps 7-Day Email Challenge
I'm giving you the best one first! Blogging For Keeps is a site about (you guessed it) blogging run by two Chicago bloggers, Jess and Blair. This dynamic duo shares spot on, actionable advice and they show how blogging can facilitate great friendships. I signed up for their (free!) 7-Day Email Challenge to drive more traffic to your site and cannot rave about it enough. They send an email each day with a lesson and homework that is so comprehensive and high quality. There was one day focused on Google Analytics and it was better information than I've seen anywhere else. Go sign up now!
Bonus: Quill Engage
To go along with email signups and Google Analytics, I LOVE Quill Engage. You can sign up for a free, customized report of your Google Analytics (read: explanations in plain English of what all of those numbers actually mean) that comes to your inbox every Tuesday and the 2nd of the month (not sure why the 2nd, but it's always a welcome email!). You can also upgrade your plan if you want more detailed information, but for me the free version is great. Sign up here!
02. Blogging Is Our Jam Pinterest BoardPinterest is a blogging haven. There are countless pins about blogging, but some fellow bloggers and I collect the very best on the board "Blogging Is Our Jam."
03. I Can Build A BlogThis site by Dana from the Wonder Forest blog is chock full of meaty articles with tutorials and advice for beginners to advanced bloggers. I strongly reccommend taking some time to browse the very easy to use site and picking up some tips (plus, you can check out a number of guests posts I did for Dana's Wonder Forest blog).
So there you have it! My 3 essential blogging resources to help you make the most of your site and be the best blogger you can be.
Do you have any favorites? Have you heard of these resources before?