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Blogging Goals – Readers Submissions Part II

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The Blogging Goals Group Writing Project is picking up steam with another 44 entries in the last 24 hours (that’s our new record). Here are the latest submissions:

I’ve also added each of these links to the central submissions page here. Keep your entries coming (one per blogger please) – don’t forget that Thursday is the cut off.

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Comments

  1. Daniel Fluck says:

    Darren, thanks for hosting this great group writing project. Unfortunately my name came out a bit wrong. If you could correct it I would be very thankful.

  2. Darren Rowse says:

    apologies there Daniel – you had me wondering for a minute there which part of your name I might have misspelled! :-) Should be fixed now.

  3. Henry says:

    Hi Darren.

    Another possible project would be is “What I have learned from bloggin”? Or have you already made a similar one in the past?

  4. Best new blogging moments then.. having my link @ ProBlogger :)

  5. I didn’t want to go through the sign-up, so I thought I’d just mention some ‘why blog?’ points here, most of which have prob. been covered in the links above (and in thousands/millions? of posts on the net)

    - information/personality exchange. It’s a social thing, so let your personality show. If you are promoting a product/service, avoid over-hyping yourself.
    - one blog per topic. I think mixing different topics in a single blog confuses readers. This requires some planning and extra commitment.
    - don’t just rehash/redistribute information available elsewhere: at most, link to it. Analyze the information and present your view on it.

  6. Pet Pictures says:

    A lot of quality links there, nice content, and most of them are really worth a read, at least I learned stuff by doing so.

    Is there a poll where people can vote for the submissions ? Is there a selection after ? A top 5 or something, and do they get any type of “reward” ?