Blogging in 2014 Just Got Easier: Introducing 365 Days of Writing Prompts

Do your New Year’s resolutions include blogging more frequently? We sure hope so.

Are you the ebookish type?

Here at The Daily Post, we’re all about helping you make a regular habit of publishing on your blog (The Daily Post: see what we did there?). To get everyone all geared up for a productive 2014, we’re excited to launch our very first ebook today: 365 Days of Writing Prompts!


If you’re looking to make 2014 the year in which your blogging really takes off, be sure to download it to your reader, tablet, or computer (it comes in .pdf, .epub, and .mobi formats). For every day of the calendar, you’ll find a prompt that’s guaranteed to get your creative juices going. That way, you’ll never be short of inspiration — even when your internet connection is down, or on days when you don’t have the time to browse our site.

Hit the ground running in 2014

Our new ebook is far from the only exciting piece of news for the coming year. If you’ve just started blogging and are looking for a fun, step-by-step crash course on all the tools you’ll need to make the most of your blog, stay tuned. In January, we’ll launch a month-long instructional challenge here on The Daily Post. Every day of the month, you’ll have a new task to complete (along with blogging tips and ideas, for good measure), gradually building your blogging skill set from the ground up. You’ll be a seasoned pro by February — promise!

Be sure to visit come January 2nd — and if you have any leftover champagne, we won’t say no.

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  1. Rad. Thanks Ben. I do a fair job of thinking of things every day, but I’m excited to see what you guys came up with.

    Happy holidays to all of you WP editors. Thanks for all the work you do.


  2. Cool! – sounds like terrific fun! All hints gratefully received; and all suggestions, also. That is, provided we won’t be cast into exterior darkness if we don’t act on every one … 😉


    1. There will definitely be new daily prompts in 2014 — we wouldn’t want to leave extra-disciplined bloggers like you out in the cold, would we? 😉


  3. That’s so cool…..thanks for the great idea. I can’t wait for January 2nd. I’ll definitely be there.


    1. The ebook is already available here — you can click the link in the post above (or the image), which will take you to the download page. And the ebook is, and always will be, free.


      1. Aah I see I am using the mobile app which isnt allowing me to download anything.
        And thank you for making this free, you provide so much free info for us new bloggers in comparison to other blog sites. Thanks again!! 😀


  4. Yay, this is very exciting! I just started blogging and, even though I’m impressed by the little traffic I’ve gotten, I’d love to know some sincere tips to attract more followers and views. 🙂 Downloading the ebook right now!

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  5. Fantastic idea. Month long instructional challenge with blogging tips and ideas sounds really great(though I am not a frequent blogger). It’s so tempting for me to make a new year resolution to blog daily, 365 blog posts in 2014!! 🙂


  6. Ben, THANK YOU! I am new to blogging. Although I feel I have a voice and something to say… I feel that I need some refining in the way I structure my blog. I am very excited!


  7. I’m ready and I have at least one other friend taking the challenge too! Time to create new and awesome things! Bring it 2014!


  8. i hope this will help a desperate blogger like me. LOL! I always find it hard to look for something to write and i have changed and created blogs for i-can’t-count how many times already. LOL!


  9. Thanks for a wonderful idea. This is nice for a guy like me. I only post from my PC and I enjoy posting each day. If I’m going to be away for a while and know which dates it is now possible to write ahead of time a release a post in the future.
    Thanks much.


  10. I’m impressed by the diversity of topics given in these post. Thank you. Especially when the prompt has a twist like:

    January 31


    Remember yesterday, when your home was on fire and you got to save five items? That means you left a lot of stuff behind. What are the things you wish you could have taken, but had to leave behind?