Sunday, July 10, 2011

#31WBGB ~ Week 1 ~ Write and Elevator Pitch For Your Blog


I am joining Tonia's Roots! She asks:
"join me as I spend the next 31 weeks putting into practice tips and tricks from ProBlogger, Darren Rowse.
This program is based on Darren’s highly popular challenge “31 Days to Build a Better Blog,” which he has made available as an e-book.  31 days does not work for my schedule (especially in the summer), so I’m switching it to a weekly challenge."
Week one's topic and action item is to write an elevator pitch for your blog,a short introduction to your blog that can be expressed in the space of an elevator ride. 

My Elevator Pitch:

my Heritage Happens, a family history blog, is my little niche in the world where I can sort, learn, share, discuss, and analyze my family's legacy, putting two and two together so to speak. At times, I may share a bit of what "will become" my heritage, which in turn, leaves "purposeful" documentation for my ancestors. With more than ten years of personal genealogy under my belt, I use this blog as a tool to help keep me a bit more organized. I hope you find Heritage Happens a place where you may obtain an idea or two, learn a thing or two or perhaps just enjoy a post or two!
My Tag Line:


my Heritage Happens, a place where you may obtain an idea or two, learn a thing or two, or perhaps just enjoy a post or two!


This was tougher than I expected. Earlier in the week I had some ideas, and promptly forgot them as I got busier during the week. For now anyway, I will be happy with this!


Thanks for stopping by!


Wishing you success in all of your genealogical treasure hunts!








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2 comments:

  1. Hi, You have expressed yourself and your thoughts very well!
    and.....if it was tougher than you expected...well, its more tougher for me...;) English is not my first language and it is not always easy to express themselves, even in their native language ...
    .....to choose from raspberry or chocolate cake, I think anyway that there will be chocolate ..:)
    Have a Nice Day!

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  2. Hi Yvonne! I can just imagine how much tougher it would be for you with English not being your first language! I need to go see if you have posted yours yet! And, I do think you are right, there will always be chocolate!

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