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Habits of Highly Effective Bloggers – Reader Submissions – Part 1

200605231206Thanks to the many bloggers who have been responding to my group writing project on the topic of ‘habits of highly effective bloggers’.

I’ve created a central page for linking to all of the submissions from readers here and started the list off with the submissions below. It’s not too late to join in – I’d love to get your reflections on the topic whether as a longer list type post or a shorter single ‘habit’ post. Just follow the instructions outlined here and get your submission in by Friday.

Here are the submissions so far:

Thanks to all who are participating – there is some good ideas in the above mix of posts.

If you’ve written a post on the topic and it’s not here yet please make sure you email me with a notification of where it is and I’ll add it in the next batch.

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  1. Darren, thanks so much for this project! Here I’ve ended up spending my entire morning with ProBlogger, again… ;-) I read through all of the submissions, and commented on several. I’m running off to school for a puppet show by the Kindergarden (last week of school!!!), but I have some quick comments, as a reviewer; as an old blogger learning new tricks; and having learned a heck of a lot this morning, just in going through the submissions above — the posts themselves, and also visiting all the different blogs:
    1) Love when there’s a picture of the blogger on the site – makes it more personal, better ‘conversation’!
    2) Appreciate lists or bullets – more visual appeal, easier to read.
    3) Admire bloggers who find the balance between including themselves in their writing, but not making it ALL about them – giving us a glimpse, the ability to get to know someone, without self-centered ramblings. Aaron Brazell was particularly great at this in his post above.
    4) Admire all the people above for their willingness to put themselves out there.
    5) Easy ability to comment & interact.
    6) Oh, and HUMOR — thank you!
    Please don’t visit me and expect all (or any) of these things on my Rebel blogs just yet — I’m still learning!! ;-)
    Thanks to all–
    Live, Love & Laugh,
    Sherri

  2. Jon Anderson says:

    Thanks Darren, I’ll try to get one done too.
    all the best
    jon

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