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Group Writing Project Update

Just a quick update to let everyone know that the ‘Habits’ Group Writing Project is definitely over.

We had 80 submissions (see them all here) and I won’t be accepting any more – you can still write on the topic but I won’t be adding them to the list.

Thanks to all who participated. Please visit the submissions and link up to your favorites.

Stay tuned for a new group writing project next week. If you’ve got any ideas for a topic (I’d like to keep it ‘ProBlogger’ related) feel free to make suggestions in comments below or via email.

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Comments

  1. Inquiry says:

    Do we get to add our own ads in that writing project?

  2. Were you talking to me, Inquiry, or was that for Darren?

  3. Dominic says:

    How about covering the technical aspects of blogging. Web hosting, blogging platforms, themes, plugins, 3rd party software, etc…

  4. James says:

    Honestly, I’m afraid to contact them at all for fear it will raise a red flag and they will scrutinize my sites much more than if I wouldn’t have contacted them. I try to minimize contact and stay within the rules. Paranoid? perhaps. :)

  5. Darren Rowse says:

    Inquiry – sorry but I\’m not sure how we\’d do that.

  6. Yu Yu says:

    How about ‘top 10 favorite blogs’ or ‘top 10 reasons you blog’? I’d love to get an insight of people whom i read on a regular basis.

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