Writing Content and the UB Challenge

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Allow me today, my audience, to talk about the Ultimate Blog Challenge.

And we are talking about writing content every day. It is not easy.

I have been repeating that I write for an audience. You must have noticed. I hope you are one of them. At least, I can say that I captured an audience. When you engage, you become a second customer (with your likes and tweets). I am happy with that even without you enlisting my service (but will be happier if you do πŸ˜€ ).

I am trying not to break the rule of posting as often.  I was not successful in past challenges. I was just an aspiring content writer before. I still lack focus.

When I started this blog, the objective is to engage you through regular posts. Eventually, the frequency will be less, and they will also be longer (talk about this later) but I would be more than happy to make new connections every time.

I want to rise to the challenge of writing content every day.  You make the difference now.  I have finally understood what an audience is.  Thanks to the Ultimate Blog Challenge, and thanks to you.

Ultimate Blog Challenge is many things – an invitation, a challenge, a game, a competition, or even a call to action.  There are four apparent reasons why you have to join, as Paul Taubman and Danni Ackerman stated before:

  • Get more visibility.
  • Gain more traffic.
  • Build connections.
  • Develop an online relationship.

The good thing about the challenge is it’s open to everyone! You can join if you want to. All you have to do is register.  You will receive newsletters, blogging ideas, and tips to get you started.  You have to check on their FAQ page to know more about the challenge.

Aside from getting ideas and tips for your blog posts through the challenge, their mission of engaging the audience made it more interesting. If you have a business, or you have a brand, you will gain from writing about your niche.

The challenge to engage should motivate you to write more quality posts.  With the Ultimate Blog Challenge, you will maximize the use of your social media platforms to promote your website/blog and your blog posts. Don’t you find it interesting?

I am looking forward to great blogging and connection with you every day.  I hope to hear from you, dear audience.




    1. Hello, Roy! Your latest post had me thinking. At first, I wanted to take a break on weekends. But I am intent on completing because of my first 2 attempts before that failed. πŸ™‚


  1. I have been doing the challenge off and on for 10 years and it really does do what it promises. These days, I give myself weekends off, so I usually don’t end up with 30 or 31 posts, anymore. But I still love to participate and am grateful each time for all those benefits.


  2. Good content here, Bing! Your posts make me think on content. I enjoy doing this and other challenges. This time around, I am more focus. I also doing the challenge of improving diet and losing weight along with fellow UBC blogger, Karen Sammer.


  3. I’m always up to a challenge and so happy that I stumbled onto UBC back in January 2016. So far I’ve completed every challenge since then!


    1. Wow! I admire your focus and discipline. I still struggle finding time but I am happy with my performance now. It helps that there is a goal.

      Thanks, Martha!


  4. Hi, Big. I too am a repeat challenger. In the early days of this challenge I completed 3 in a row. Subsequent challenges I have struggled to complete.
    Cheering you on as you journey toward the finish line.


  5. It’s really cool you have returned to do the challenge again. This is my first time doing it and I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts. Keep up the great job πŸ™‚


    1. Thanks, Ian! Crossing my fingers to keep up with the challenge. πŸ˜€ Looking forward to reading more, too, posts from everybody who’s participating!


  6. Oh, a like-minded soul. So happy to “meet” you. Like you I am an UBC returnee. I’m not sure I’ve ever completed the challenge. One time I got all the way to day 26 before I crashed. Here’s to us both making it to the 31st this time.

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