13 responses to “Recommended reading for June 4: blogging lessons learned from the 2010 WordCount Blogathon”

  1. Two Hands and a Roadmap

    Michelle, thank you so much for all your hard work. This was really a great experience, and I’m lucky to have learned about so many wonderful blogs.

    Late as usual, I’ve posted what I’ve learned in the last paragraph of today’s post: http://tinyurl.com/26tp7e5

  2. Lisa Sam

    Thank, Michelle. It was great fun.
    Lisa

  3. Sara

    Me, a smart lady? Gah. I’m flattered.

    I so enjoy your Friday posts. Gives me so many reasons to procrastinate the day away:)

  4. Susan Weiner

    Thanks, Michelle! I’m looking forward to reading my fellow bloggers’ lessons posts.

  5. Jackie Dishner

    Great list. I like how you set it up, easy to find what seems most interesting at the moment. Because it’s going to take a while to read all the posts listed here–if I haven’t read them already. :-)

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  7. Heather Faesy

    ah man! I sound like the pits! I enjoyed the Blogathon and want to thank Michele for hosting! I have to appreciate the Blogathon for the fact that I found my purpose with my blog…after months of stressing on a focal point to gain readership, I realized that I don’t need one right now. I realized through the Blogathon that I blog for me and me alone. I’m not trying to sell anything; I’m just expressing what I’m thinking about when I feel like doing so. Sometimes I get ideas three times a day, sometimes only twice a week. Just depends on how my brain works words that day :)

    Anyhow, I’m always up for challenges and that was the whole reason I signed up this year…so who knows…by next year, I may be up for the challenge again. Till then! Blog away mah tweeps! I know I am!

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