Featured Blog of the Month

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This is something I’m going to be doing monthly for new bloggers that show serious promise. Honestly, I wish someone had done this for me. If I had had a full-on mentor that could have taken me under his wing and showed me how this blogger thing worked, that would have been epic.

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Now, don’t get me wrong. Without Ariana Evans and a few others (Keziah, WPBeginner, etc.), I would be a much worse blogger than I am now. But, if a full-on, dedicated mentor had helped me, that would have been even better.

So, in order to remedy that, I am willing to help anybody that asks. Obviously, I can’t volunteer myself for the job, but if any new bloggers need help, don’t hesitate to ask!

Now, in the meantime, I’d like to announce a newer blogger in the field. Sadly, he’s using Wix (traitor), so he isn’t directly a part of this community, but I found his blog to be absolutely awesome, and he’s also a friend of a friend. So, without further ado, I’d like to announce the Africa Boy New Blogger of the Month Award goes to Tobias Hrothgar.

Guys, please make sure to check out his blog here, leave a like, and subscribe. He has a really cool eye for designing websites and he’s done a great job with this one. Let’s give him a proper startup! Guys, if you are familiar with a new, well-designed blog, make sure to let the rest of us know!

Tobias, thanks for starting your blog, and I wish you luck. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me. In the meantime, you can use this graphic to display your award (of course, if you want to).

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Anyway, Tobias, good job, and good luck! As always, guys, if you haven’t clicked that Follow button, make sure to do it now, so as to not miss out on any new posts. Thanks so much for reading, and I hope you have a wonderful day!

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