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Blogging Goals – Readers Submissions Part II

Posted By Darren Rowse 7th of June 2006 ProBlogger Site News 6

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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.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. 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. 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. 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. 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” ?

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