You're just like everyone else. You struggle to find things to blog about. The internet can really make blogging a complicated task. This book is all about getting back to the basics of blogging with a focus on creating posts and building your blog.
Everything from discovering ideas, creativity, writing and finding the motivation to be pretty damn good at it. You will even hear words of wisdom from other bloggers ranging from professionals to people just like you.
Multimedia specialist by day and blogger by night. At his day job, Jacob Miller creates communication content for Fortune 500 clients across the world. The rest of the time he is busy writing, blogging and helping others do what they love and take them to the next level.
In 2013 Jacob blogged over 400 posts across the internet through his blog and as a guest writer. His passion for blogging and the experiences he gained encouraged him to write this book so he can help others become better bloggers and better people. Jacob believes that blogging is good for you on a personal level, your career, and all those who read your blog.
"You have to love writing for what it is and what it can do for others. When your focus is on creating great content and helping others, the rest falls into place."
In his free time, Jacob enjoys writing music, carpentry and spending time around the Great Lakes with friends and family.
"I’m a photographer and have struggled with blogging since I started. I didn’t know what to post or even why I was doing it. I was told it’s just what you NEED to do to keep traffic coming. I call BS! And so does this book. This book gives you guidance for why you should blog and helps you focus on the CONTENT you share. Straight answers, slaps upside the head, motivation to just be you and share your story with the world. Because the world really likes you and wants to know the real YOU. Get it. It’s awesome!”
- Nathan Williams
“Filled with great personal stories from a number of bloggers, witty puns, and practical advice, Jacob’s book is sure to have you pumped to blog everyday.”
- Michael Beil