Regular readers know that I don’t do a whole lot of “selling stuff” here at Remodeling Guy. I see my job at Remodeling Guy as building a resource for both good useful information and major doses of inspiration related to home remodeling. So that doesn’t often include selling things.
But I have something to tell you about that you might want to buy. If you consider blogging as either a business or just something you do personally that you want to get better at, then I’ve come across a great resource for you. It’s a new eBook by Ali Hale, entitled The Blogger’s Guide To Effective Writing, and it is full of very practical insight and helpful education toward being a better blog writer.
Blog writer? You bet! Blog writing is unique because the medium is different than other mediums in a number of ways. Just because you’re a great writer in-general doesn’t mean there isn’t much to learn about writing for blogs specifically.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I have to read through this ebook a couple of more times and implemement a slew of great ideas before I can really call myself a great blog writer! But I have the tools in Ali’s new ebook.
How I Met Ali Hale
I first became aware of Ali through a post she wrote on CopyBlogger. I then found her personal blog, Aliventures, which is also a great place to get lost for awhile. I found out more about Ali there and quickly realized that she is a true expert on blog writing.
My First Impression Of Her New eBook
Ali sent me an advance copy of her new eBook for my thoughts. I thought, sure, I’ll give it a quick read.
This is no quick read. This is a very in-depth resource covering all aspects of blog writing. It took me awhile because I was so engrossed in so much of the content. Like most great eBooks, the links to resources the author draws inspiration from are almost as valuable as the actual content and I spent hours and hours following those links. A simple list of those links would have real value!
In short, the bottom line was that I had found one resource that covered most of what had taken me months to find in bits-and-pieces all over the blogosphere. When I was done, I sent Ali my thoughts, which must have pleased her because they’re quoted on the sales page for her eBook.
I Jumped At The Chance to Be An Afilliate
I sent my thoughts over just as a blogging pal giving my two cents. I didn’t know that Ali was planning on having an affiliate program, but when she said she was, I jumped in. So if you buy her eBook, I’ll get a commission on the sale. But it’s important to me that you know, I would have written this post suggesting you take a look at The Blogger’s Guide To Effective Writing either way.
I think it would help you and I think it’s worth the $29.00 she’s charging for it. It would have saved me months of learning. The best part is that Ali has a money-back guarantee so there really is nothing to lose! Hard to beat that.