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Is The 30 Day Blog Challenge Program Good To Start Blogging On?

Is The 30 Day Blog Challenge Program Good To Start Blogging On?

I checked out a program which has been around for a while and figured my readers may have seen it themselves while searching for online make money programs online. This program The 30 Day Blog Challenge is a pretty simple and easy way to get started blogging for free. It states that you can take this challenge for 30 days and learn what you need to learn to be a blogger making money online. But, does it work and is worth your time checking out?

The first thing I did with this program is search for reviews which I did find and for the most part they were positive. Here is a review of the 30 Day Blog Challenge that was pretty positive. Check out below what you will see when you first sign up with this program. dave1 - Is The 30 Day Blog Challenge Program Good To Start Blogging On?

 

The first thing you will see is a video which is pretty short and the guy basically explains what you need to do to get started. He suggest not starting with free websites because those won’t allow you to put ads on it and you won’t get the support you need as a new blogger. Free websites are basically a bare bones site that isn’t optimized so you probably won’t be getting any traffic. I agree with his statement and think it’s important to join a blogging program that has support and teaches you how to make money online. A free website will not do that without having to upgrade.

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How Does The Challenge Work?

The challenge of the 30 Day Blog Challenge is to see if you can complete all the necessary steps to get you on the path to blogging success. When you click the next page after the video you see an option to go to the ipage which will help you get your blog setup. By day 2 of the challenge you are already writing your first post and you continue on with the instructions day by day. The one thing I liked is they don’t leave you hanging on what to write about and actually give you 24 ideas of what to blog about. This is good because it gives you some good ideas for content and a niche which many new bloggers struggle with. I have found that many newbies tend to overthink things at first. The key is to find a topic and start writing. The 30 Day Blog Challenge does that by giving you some good stuff to start with.

 

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Pretty basic stuff huh? And it looks easy to start and move forward on. I like the fact that a lot of the content I read is honest and really doesn’t b.s. you into thinking this is the next best thing after sliced bread. They tell you not everyone can make money online as a blogger and that is true. But they do lay out the steps pretty good for you and set you up with what is needed to be successful. I don’t know about having a lot of support on the site and I do suspect you will at some point need to upgrade or something once your 30 days is up. But you have 30 days to see if it’s something you want to do and that works for me. Click here to try the 30 day blogging challenge! CLICK HERE

My Final Verdict On The 30 Day Blogging Challenge

I think this is a good program to check out for anyone who is just starting out. I would recommend it and I definitely don’t think it’s a scam. I think it’s simple and probably pretty effective but I would want to know what happens after the 30 day challenge. Do you get free hosting? Is the website you make going to be on their platform? And what about domains. Do they give you one? Those are the questions I would ask if you are considering joining. For those looking to have all the hosting, support and training to be successful at making money online I would check out my latest review on my #1 pick.

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Dave

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29 Comments

  1. Great review on the 30 Day Blog Challenge Dave!

    To me personally, writing articles can be a challenge. Some day, I just don’t feel like writing. Now I am more towards hiring people to write content for me. I just give them specific instructions on how to structure the words, and I just insert the affiliate link. πŸ™‚

    1. Cool. That’s awesome you can do that. I am still writing my own articles but someday I may hire about 5000 writers and outsource my work. It’s the way to go these days. Jk. I write because I like to write and only when I want to write.

  2. Interesting. I wasn’t familiar with the 30-Day Blog Challenge before reading your article. At the very least, it would be a great way to get into the habit of not just writing a blog, but tuning your mind to looking for material. It’s a muscle to build just like any other, I believe.

    Great work!

  3. Hi David. That 30 day blogging challenge sounds interesting. The idea of challenging myself to write a blog everyday for 30 days sounds pretty tasking but if it helps to drastically improve my blogging skills maybe it’s something worth checking out… Thank you for sharing!

    1. Thanks for the comment Cindy. I think blogging everyday isn’t hard but does take some serious commitment. Personally I shoot for 2-3 times a week. The 30 day blog program could probably help you get consistent no doubt. Now to get myself to exercise daily…that would be great. πŸ™‚

  4. I have never heard of the 30 Day Blog Challenge Program. I think you explained it well. Have you talked to anyone who has done it? I would like to hear the answers to the questions you had asked about what happens to it after 30 days. Now I’m curious. I love writing but I would want the time and energy to be worth it.

    1. Thanks for the comment. I think its a good place to start but I haven’t tried it or know anyone who has. I just reviewed it from what I saw off the bat. If anyone knows if after the 30 days you can keep going for free I’d love to hear.

  5. The 30 day blog challenge wound be a problem for me as I am not that great at writing but I do like the idea of making money.
    Do you have any tips on how I can make money online without blogging?

    1. I don’t know. Maybe trading binary options or rev shares. Not sure really. Blogging should be fun and not something you feel is a job. Making money at it is the part that can be a learning curve.

  6. I am a complete newbie at this game – totally green to the core, your feedback on the challenge is extremely helpful. I am only starting out and it was great to have this to read over before I sign up – many thanks, fingers crossed…

  7. I came across the 30 blogging challenge sponsored ad on Facebook today and was wondering what it was all about… then I came across your article, maybe I should be checking into this program… Thanks for the great review!

    1. Hey thanks for the comment! Yea it’s a pretty interesting concept and definitely great for newbies. I also think the Wealthy Affiliate does the same but maybe more in depth training. However the 30 day blog challenge is something that you can start and go step by step to get yourself familiar with the blogging for income industry.

  8. Hello Dave,
    Great article! I like the idea of the 30 days blog challenge. It is true when I started I did not have a clue how to organize my time, what to write … and having the 30 days blog challenge keep you on a schedule :).
    Very interesting ! Thank you.
    Good luck !
    Psunshine

    1. No problem. Yea it looks pretty cool. I still go with the one I recommended because its so much easier with the training and the hosting included. Plus it has a really good site builder. But the 30 day blog challenge is up there too with a good plan for new bloggers. Thanks so much for the comment!

  9. I’ve never heard about the 30 day blogging challenge. It sounds like a very interesting and difficult challenge. I will maybe do it to! I think it will improve your blogging skills.

    1. Hey thanks Berend! Yea it looks like it could be pretty accelerated but maybe worth a shot. I chose the Wealthy Affiliate because I had a bit of a learning curve so I needed a platform that would get me the site builder,hosting,training and site builder all in one. Both are good platforms though worth checking out. Best to you:)

  10. Being a beginner in anything can be a challenge. You start off at the beginning and not knowing how things work. So, it is nice to see there is a program out there that helps people at the start of blogging. Seeking help is wise, especially at the start when one is lost.

  11. Hello David,
    Great to know about your website and obviously well written post.
    I never knew that I can write but its natural, just the way we talk.
    Again, great post.
    All the best.

  12. Hello and thanks for sharing this is very interesting because by the time you finish this 30-day challenge you will be well on your way to really flowing with this type of work. This I believe is a good way to improve your writing skills.

  13. Great information about 30-day blogging, I think the basic to make money online is write a content. For the first time to start is always difficult to write something especially if we didn’t use to write anything. This program gives guidance to it. Thanks for sharing

    1. I agree. It’s a good way to go if you want to get an idea of what niche you want to go with and what it will be like as you begin to blog for an income. I do recommend it for beginners who are really just beginning. On the other hand those who are ready to build their own business with a blog that includes all the hosting and keyword search tools as well as a site builder I would check out my review on this program

    2. Yes Henryan it does give you the basics which is perfect for beginners. I would definitely recommend for newbies just starting out. Thanks for the comment and insight.

  14. Hi, David. Am not sure I can pull off a 30-day blog post challenge. I think it’s better to learn the art of writing before taking up a challenge like that. When you are just starting, you can be guaranteed that your writing will not be that good. There is no point in writing 30 blog posts that are of poor quality.

    1. You make a valid point Leonard. Writing quality content takes practice and time to perfect. But the 30/day challenge is free which is why it could be of benefit to some. To learn I still would go with a tried a true blogging program. Thanks for your comment.

  15. Hey, Dave!

    This 30 day blogging challenge sounds like an awesome option for newbie bloggers to get online businesses started from scratch. πŸ™‚ Usually, with free programs like this, you will need to invest money into something at some point – whether it’s more advanced training or tools.

    And I also like the fact that the training offers us a no B.S approach to blogging. I guess this separates the 30-day blogging challenge apart from all the hype out there.

    As a WordPress blogger myself, folks can succeed with free websites. But to succeed in the search engines, personal domain names need to be attached rather than free sub-domain names.

    I will definitely look into the 30-day challenge to see what other great blogging tips I can learn.

    Cheers!
    Neil

  16. Great review on the 30 Day Blog Challenge! I am thinking that if it is free that maybe down the road you may have to buy something, like what happens after the 30 day challenge? I am thinking that maybe there is additional training that may involve a fee. I am familiar with your #1 pick Wealthy Affiliate and know that there is no time limit on their Starter Membership and has a lot of additional training.

  17. I’m starting the 30 day blogging challenge, and have finally achieved success in signing up for the iPage service. I say finally because the special link that the challenge requires you use in order that they may track your account and guide you during the challenge didn’t seem to work. I did get into the iPage ordering system, but when I chose the plan I wanted and unchecked all the various add ons that iPage tried to include in my purchase, and added my billing info, each time I clicked on the Pay button, I got an error page from iPage saying the transaction couldn’t be completed and to try again later. I did this 4 times over the course of a morning, and finally called customer service, which suggested they do the signup for me. Out of frustrated exhaustion, I agreed, forgetting that now I wouldn’t have the account linked to the challenge, and I do not know what this means for my participating in the challenge, as I’ve not yet got a response from Matt from the email where I sent him my username and made my introductions, per his first email. The note at the bottom of his first email says I’ll likely hear back after I sent this within 24 hours– so perhaps his emails and tutorials are set up for automated emailing?? I guess I shall see.

    I would make a warning to those who call iPage and set up the account. I specifically requested that no extra services be added to my 12 month basic hosting membership ($2.99/month billed upfront at $35.88) and yet after I hung up and the email with my account info and charges came through, the representative had added services which bumped my bill to over $70. I had to call back and be routed to billing to request a refund, which will take a few days to process, of course. Also, the rep who set up the account gave me my username and said an email with account info would be in my inbox shortly, from which I could begin to set up my website; however, that email directed me to a page which required a password as well as my username. I had no password. I was not given one. I hit the link to reset my password, and got an email that required I input my original password to change it– so you guessed it, back to customer service to find out what the default password was they set so I could get into my account. As if to add insult, after all this was done, I received an email from iPage saying “Hey, you never completed your order with us, so here’s a special deal– come back and finish your order and we’ll let you sign up for any of our 3 levels of service — 12 months, 24, or 36 months, at only $1.75 PER MONTH.” The regular prices, which were offered on the page which wouldn’t let me sign up, and offered by the rep on the phone were $2.99/month for 12 months– so $1.75 is a substantial savings. Even the 36 month plan paid upfront is originally $1.99/month.

    I added this because frankly I am frustrated with iPage already, and unless it gets a lot better, I doubt I will continue with their service beyond the 30-day trial. I will likely cancel and get my refund (no refunds for prepaid months after that 30 days, mind you)– and find some other site to host my blog. So I thought I’d save all of you readers the trouble and some money by suggesting– start to sign up throught the 30 day challenge link, then quit the page, and wait for the email with the MUCH BETTER PRICING DEAL, and then sign up. You might as well save some money, and hopefully a headache or two.

    Once I get through a few of the video tutorials– assuming I receive them since my ipage may not be linked to the challenge–I will give some input on what it covers, how well it walks you through the process, and if it’s helpful to someone like me– a complete neophyte to this world who had not ever set up a domain name, blog, or website before.

    1. Thanks for the info Cassandra. I’m sure it will help someone who just wants to check it out. It does look like a good platform if you can get past the ipage issue. Thanks for the update!

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