This is Week 1 of 31 Days/Weeks to Build a Better Blog, a group project Children and Youth Ministry bloggers are doing together in an effort to help each other become better ministers. You can read more about it and still sign-up to participate here. We’ll be doing one assignment each week, so it’s not too late to get started!
Day 1’s lesson and assignment is all about writing an “elevator pitch” for your blog. It’s a great place to start this series because it forces each of us to give our blog an identity.
What is an Elevator Pitch?
“An elevator pitch is an overview of an idea for a product, service, or project. The name reflects the fact that an elevator pitch can be delivered in the time span of an elevator ride (for example, thirty seconds or 100–150 words).” —Wikipedia
Check out your workbook for the full instructions on writing an elevator pitch.
My Elevator Pitch
GrowingKidsMinistry.com | A place to share ideas, resources, and stories. Let’s grow together.
Since this is the first post in this series, go ahead and take a moment to introduce yourself in a comment. Tell us
- your name
- the name of your blog
- the URL of your blog
- the elevator pitch for your blog
- any thoughts or questions about elevator pitches
The Extra Mile
A few other things you can do to take your blog, other bloggers, and this project even further.
- Reply & give other bloggers feedback on their elevator pitches
- Write about your elevator pitch and/or about elevator pitches on your blog.
- Ask & answer questions in the forums.
Can’t wait to hear more about everyone!