An online community where you can get help, create interviews, and basically get a lot of content for your blog, is starting a new challenge.
It's a blogging challenge where you start from a domain, with no content, and build a blog for 6 months. The winner will get to work with the creator of MyBlogU and double whatever they achieve in 6 months in terms of profit, subscribers, and traffic.
I just wanted to bring it to everyone's attention here. I'm assuming there are some bloggers on HubPages - or some people who would like to start a blog.
I've had a lot of experience with MyBlogU and Ann Smarty, the creator of it the site, and this is a good place to be welcomed, get great ideas for your blog and in for success, and really build up a blog faster than you could do alone. Her previous challenges have supercharged my blog's success, so I really feel good about this one.
You can learn more about it at: http://myblogu.com/blog/start-a-new-site-contest/ The last day to enter is October 5th, I believe. I hope to see lots of you there! The more people who join, the more success we will all have!
And if you are seeing this message after the content start date, MyBlogU is still a great place to connect with other bloggers, speed up content creation, and get a ton of ideas for your blog. You can check it out at http://myblogu.com
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