Assignment Number 1 31DBBB

Assignment Number 1 from Problogger project:

31 Days to Build a Better Blog

Create Your Elevator Speech.

Here’s what I had on the blog.

INTENTIONS, PURPOSE AND PERMALINK

The intentions of this blog is share knowledge, entertain when possible and merge work life with home life.  Interviews and information for and about small businesses and network marketers – that’s what you’ll find here.  The purpose is to educate, always to educate.

So to revise that Darren at Problogger suggests your elevator speech should:

  1. solve a purpose or a need

  2. define your audience

  3. be clear

  4. keep it short

  5. stand out

  6. be intriguing

  7. be energetic but not hyped

  8. consider using a question

  9. be ready to expand your pitch

I just organized all my labels this past weekend. Here’s the ones I had:

100 series, 12 for 12k, blogging,Franklin County,God, group writing, interview, Iowa, network marketing, Old Stone House, review,shop local, SOBCon 2009,twitter 

 I will narrow that down to:

100 series: my challenge to write 100 blog posts to determine the direction of my blog

12 for 12k: support for non-profits, differs each month

blogging: how to and related directions

Iowa: all things related to Iowa

God: some spirituality for all of us

Group Writing: a couple of writing projects I belong to where you are given a writing assignment

Interview: Different people I’ve interviewed

Network Marketing: my business, ideas, suggestions and how to’s to help the network marketer

Review: reviews of places and things

SOBC2009: preparation for, attending and follow up for this event

Twitter: how tos and related directions

Based upon my labels, which are indicators of what I’m writing about on my blog I can now refine my elevator speech.

Iowa based blogger writing interviews, strategies for network marketers, reviewing places and products, sharing what I’ve learned. Out, standing in my field.

What do you think? 

the picture is a tree standing in a field in Warren County Iowa

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