How To Revive Your Dormant Blog

Category: Writer Strategy
Skill Level: All Levels
Webinar Recorded: April 14, 2020

So you haven’t been blogging much lately. Maybe it’s even been a year or two (or more) since you’ve written. But you’ve been getting that itch to dust off that dormant blog and get back into it. Something is stirring up that passion you once had to write. Well, you’re not alone! Long-time blogger, author, speaker Dan King has been there. And after a long hiatus, he’s getting back into the blogging groove.

But starting to blog again after a long break isn’t as simple as just logging in to write a new post. Technical things in your website have likely changed a bit. Your subscribers and social media followers may have forgotten you exist. Simply coming out cold is the wrong thing to do. You’ll basically need to re-launch your blog.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • How to evaluate your website design to ensure it works for your new direction
  • What you can do to warm up your social media followers
  • How you can leverage your old content to inspire conversations again
  • What you should do with your email subscribers to re-engage them
  • How to find a good writing routine and build content that will expand your reach

Upon completion of this webinar, you’ll have everything you need to revive that dormant blog! You likely have a great asset just sitting there with your existing content, and with a few simple strategies, you can get your writing in front of more readers (again). And you should be able to gain more traction more quickly by following these techniques.

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Dan King

Dan is the founder and president of Fistbump Media. His uncanny wisdom and online prowess is the stuff of legend. When he’s not leading incredible growth around here, he’s loving on his wife of 19+ years, and five kids (2 biological, 3 adopted).

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  1. George A Martini

    Hello Dan, it seems that from your content that you are a Christian, I am also. I started a blog way back in 2013. It did not last long, it was on WordPress.com my blog. I started up the blog from the ground up in August 2019 which is hosted. I was writing a blog a week up to December, then I stopped for a second time. I rebuilt my blog not even a year ago, so it is ok. So I want to start where I left off. Thank you for the free information it gives me a lot to help me relaunch. God put the desire to do a food blog and write a cooking manual. I am a retired chef of 36 years, so I have a passion for anything related to food. I have been beating myself up because I stopped the blog. After listening to you, I am encouraged to start again. Again thank you. I thought that I signed up for your email but when I checked I do not see it.

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    • Dan King

      Hey, George! Thanks for the great feedback on this webinar! Yes, I am a long-time Christian blogger. I just checked out your blog, and it looks pretty cool. I also just sent you an email, so check your inbox (and your spam folder, just in case). And don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or need help with anything going forward! Keep up the good work with your writing!

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