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Blogging Goals – Readers Submissions Part III

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Today’s submissions for the Blogging Goals Group Writing Project are following (don’t forget – one day to go til this project closes):

I’ve also added each of these links to the central submissions page here.

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  1. dynn says:

    Darren,

    Thanks for listed my blog in this project.

    :)

  2. Razib Ahmed says:

    I wrote yesterday in my blog but I do not know why it is not in the list. Anyway, here is the link: http://www.southasiabiz.com/2006/06/blog_goals_of_a_third_world_bl.html
    Please include it and in your original post, I have a track back too. Thanks for your group writing project. It is helping bloggers like me a lot.

  3. Joey says:

    Wow. I am new to the blogosphere. So great to read everyone’s goals. Thanks for the post.

  4. Darren Rowse says:

    Razib – I didn’t get an email from you (as per the instructions). But I’ll include you now in tomorrow’s list.

  5. fmsra says:

    HI Darren,

    It is great to see such diversity in Blogging goals! Can’t help but keep on linking GOAL=worldcup (guess I caught the fever)

    I just sent you an email, and realised that I did not include the page url! Sorry, newbie in this! Here is my url: http://fms-ra.blogspot.com/2006/06/my-blogging-goals.html

    Cheers!

  6. Dirk says:

    I’m sad to hear a lot of ‘blogging for money’… Not because they believe that they can earn fortunes by writing a storey about a cat, nooo. But because there are people that are telling fairytales about earning millions with minimalistic efforts. I’m a dutch pro-webmasters and our site receives about 50 000 unique visitors a day ( 170 000 pagaviews a day) and we don’t earn enough to live from.

    Stop writing for money, start writing for passion and perhaps, the rest wil follow…

    Dirk

  7. On many of links to the sites listed above, when I click on them I don’t see ads on the blog pages. So how are bloggers making money with them? I just started new blog site, only discover that WordPress doesn’t allow you to post adds on their pages.

    If it begins to look like blog might have some appeal, I will consider buying a URL for the blog and perhaps posting somewhere else.

  8. Lyndon says:

    I really like this idea of publicly announcing your goals. I wished I had got round to getting on the list, maybe next time. In the meantime I have had a lot of fun visiting these sites, it’s great that people have this place to come together as a community and announce their goals. Just like Weight Watchers ;)
    Will we be having a public weigh in after a few months?

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