Finally! The UGBW is Available for Sale!


The Ultimate Guide to Blogging Well is now available for sale.

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The regular purchase price is $37, but through the end of February 2010, enter the special discount code “anniversary” (without the quotes) to receive a discount of $16. (This is in honor of mine & hubby’s 16th wedding anniversary.)

BONUS — Free subscription to The Blogger’s Idea Calendar, 2010 Edition (regularly $7.95/month, so this is a $95 value)

Affiliates — If you wish to become an affiliate seller of this eBook, please visit my affiliate page.

Within the 97 pages of The Ultimate Guide to Blogging Well, you will learn how to:

  • Position Your Blog
  • Plan Your Blog
  • Build Your Blog
  • Start Your Blog
  • Research Your Blog
  • Write Your Blog
  • Launch Your Blog
  • Promote Your Blog
  • Socialize Your Blog
  • Grow Your Blog’s Audience
  • Specialize Your Blog
  • Enhance Your Blog
  • Optimize Your Blog
  • Target Your Blog
  • Monetize Your Blog
  • Secure Your Blog
  • Protect Your Blog
  • Monitor Your Blog
  • Analyze Your Blog
  • Evaluate Your Blog
  • Maintain Your Blog
  • Ensure the Success of Your Blog

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But Wait — There’s More!

But Wait There's More

You may have already noticed the addition of a podcast to the weekly menu of “meals” we serve here at On Blogging Well. I’ve just launched another dimension to this blog. If you’ve been reading On Blogging Well for a while, you’ve already learned a lot, and I hope to continue providing as much information as possible to help you along your blogging journey.

But wait — there’s more! Continue reading →

Seven Days a Week


First of all, I want to thank those who have helped this blog get off to a great start! I’ve been amazed at the response and am please at the number of people who have signed up for email updates and Twitter followers. (The Facebook page is lonely, though, so give it some love!)

Because there are so many aspects of blogging, and readers of this blog are at various stages of their information needs, I’ve set up a schedule of topics for each day of the week. This way, we can get around to the topic you want to hear quickly instead of you having to wait for a days-long series to complete of info you don’t need.

Here’s the schedule: Continue reading →