Do you remember how you decided to blog more? Was it 2 years ago? 3 years ago?
Look at your blog now.
What has gone wrong?
You decided that all the existing blog engines suck and went to implement your own? The ultimate blogging engine, everyone will use, right?
Or maybe “the life thing” caught you and THERE IS NO TIME.
Blogging takes time away from your other interests.
It takes time, research and you don’t like it?
“I simply don’t have time”
“Lack of time”
What if you look at your blog in 1 year from now and there would be 20 blog posts?
How would you feel if people tweet a link to your blog adding “must read”?
Would it be nice to be recognised as an expert in your technology?
How would you feel if people wrote emails to you thanking you for sharing your knowledge?
What if your resumé consisted of just 1 line? An URL to your blog?
How would you feel if publishers contacted you about writing books?
What would it be like if conference organisers contacted you about speaking as a recognisable blogger?
What if I tell you it’s possible to blog and not sacrifice your family time?
I started blogging in 2006 and since then I blogged >150 times, I started writing books. It opened me to start a company, find great clients, find great people to work with. It all started from blogging.
This course “Blogging for Busy Programmers” is the essence of my blogging experience. You will find many techniques to save time while blogging, including time-boxing, starting from the middle, keeping your English correct enough.
You will learn about different types of blog posts.