First of all, if you haven’t yet, read my post Big Blog Rule #1: Kiss the Nerd Blog Goodbye. It will answer a lot of the questions about why having a good looking blog is so important.
I wish you could see how giddy I get every time one of my followers decides to invest a little bit of money into their own blog. I know it’s a leap of faith, and I also know how important it is if they want any real chance of making their blog go big. And, more than anything, I love when the people who have helped me find success, find it themselves.
Since starting Single Dad Laughing, I have done extensive testing and research to learn exactly what works to make a blog big and what doesn’t. I’ve also learned that it’s quite often the opposite of what most people would think. I personally have spent thousands and thousands of dollars on my own blog to make it what it is today. I’ve paid for things out of savings and on credit cards because I believed that it would pay off for me. I’ve learned a lot of expensive lessons and lost a lot of money along the way, but I’ve also gained what only handful of people in the world have. True blog success.
And that is the ultimate benefit of having me tweak your blog instead of someone else. You can find all sorts of people willing to customize your template and “put your name out there,” but how many of them have actually built one of the world’s biggest personal blogs (and quickly)?
What do I need from you? I’ll send a list of things (like photos, color preferences, etc.), but what I’ll need more than anything is your trust. I’ve spent a lot of years in sales, advertising, and marketing both in the professional world and now in the blog world. There is a special balance between “too much” and “too little.” It is often the natural tendency to want more on your blog, but more isn’t always better. In almost all cases, simpler (while visually appealing) is a much better way to go.
So, here are my options if you’d like my help taking that first giant step toward building a big blog. The Launcher is a great package to get your page working so that people can easily share your blog posts and so that they want to share your blog posts. The pro package adds on complete customization of your header and page buttons. As you get into the Big Blog package and The Works package, you get more incredible features and a huge chance to launch your follower counts via different cooperation methods. Hold your mouse over the info buttons for more details about each feature. Some versions of Internet Explorer will not display the info pop-outs. If you’re experiencing problems, please download and install Chrome.
So, are you willing to take that leap of faith? Do you believe in yourself? How much more work are you going to put into your blog before you finally decide to keep rule #1 and actually start experiencing the thrill that comes from your work and your writing being shared and appreciated a lot more?
Once your blog looks the part, if you keep following Will Work 4 Followers, you’ll learn things that will really help you push that blog to the front of the pack. Whether you hire me or not, promise me you’ll keep Big Blog Rule #1. You can have the best content on earth and few people will ever know it if your site doesn’t welcome them and properly encourage them to share.
I believe in you and I really hope you believe in you, too! So, if you’d like to take that next step, contact me and tell me what package you’re interested in.
Dan Pearce, (Single Dad Laughing, My Big Blog Secrets)
NOTE: Because there are many people who would like to utilize this service, and because I can only accept a limited number of jobs, I would ask you to please not try to negotiate or change the packages. For what you’re getting, these prices are incredible. Also, there can be no “upgrading” or “downgrading” of packages. When I work on your blog, I do so knowing everything I need to put into it, and I base everything I do off of everything else I’ll be doing (if that makes any sense!) In other words, it greatly complicates things to change the game plan mid-play.