As the title suggests, this book is broken down into 31 sections, or “days,” although the author points out in the introduction that readers can follow at their own pace, whether that means reading one section per day, three sections per day, or three sections per week.
Each section has a specific title that tells exactly what that section will cover. For example, the first section is called, “Write an elevator pitch for your blog.” Within each section, the author provides any necessary information, such as a description of an elevator pitch in the first section; explains why the step is important for bloggers; and assigns a task for readers to do on their own.
But you’re never completely on your own…the author created an online forum just for 31DBBB readers, with sections for each day’s tasks, where readers can interact with other participants, ask questions, and get feedback on their work. At the end of each chapter in the book, the author provides a link back to the corresponding forum section and encourages you to head there to complete your experience.