As part of our mandate to inspire bloggers to create and share more on their sites we have come up with an exciting challenge. We are inviting all bloggers to join us as we embark on #30days30blogposts for the month of June 2019.

Why should you join us?

There are so many barriers to blogging among them:

  • Lack of time while prioritising other things(You treat blogging as a hindrance to your growth than the means to your growth)
  • Lack of self confidence often brought about by comparing yourself to other bloggers
  • Lack of readership and booming stats
  • Lack of inspiration to create content

Great news is that this challenge will help you overcome all those barriers. We have recieved a number of topics from bloggers in our community which will inspire you everyday.

Joining this challenge will push you to do better at time management. You will have to learn to be organised, in order to publish something everyday despite what life may throw in your way.

The challenge will create a supportive network around you. Fellow bloggers will reach out to you. Your readers will expect a blog post everyday hence they will stay glued to your site. Your blog will grow into a community, the best part is Afrobloggers will read and share your work with a wider audience.

There will be no need to feel intimidated by other bloggers. The competition is with yourself to see if you can finish what you start. We have made every effort to have topics that require your view on important issues. Your side of the story is what matters!

Below are the topics you will be blogging on. Express yourself in the best creative way possible. You can do a video, a poem, or a photo so long it captures well the topic of the day.

If you are joining us on this expedition share your blog link in the comments below so that other bloggers will check your progress. The challenge will start on Saturday, 1 June 2019, so your preparation time starts now!

DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5
Introduction (Your commitment to the challenge) My Dream life. (What does your dream life look like?) Three things you would do for no pay Three things you wish you could do well My business (What business would you start if you had the money)
DAY 6 DAY 7 DAY 8 DAY 9 DAY 10
Why did you start blogging 5 apps on your phone that you can’t live without Technology: a curse or a blessing The Class (Address an adolescent class on blogging & the internet) The Internet in Africa: Affordability, Availability, Accountability
DAY 11 DAY 12 DAY 13 DAY 14 DAY 15
A letter from home The Africa you never read about Blogging in Africa Five Africans, past & present who inspire you Address the AU (A room full of African Leaders)
DAY 16 DAY 17 DAY 18 DAY 19 DAY 20
Advocacy (Write on any issue you feel is not being talked about enough) Market your country; (Write as a tourism ambassador for your country) Share about the culture of where you come from Traditions and cultures that no longer have a place in the new world 5 Books you wish everyone could read
DAY 21 DAY 22 DAY 23 DAY 24 DAY 25
Unpopular opinions Mental Health in the home uncommonly known things about your country Your views on racism, and gay rights Local brands doing the most in your country
DAY 26 DAY 27 DAY 28 DAY 29 DAY 30
Share 5 photos and what they mean to you The Lessons (What has this challenge has taught me) A letter to a blogger who inspired you during this challenge A letter to readers of your blog A letter to Afrobloggers

There is no sure way of growing your blog than to publish great content everday!!

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