The 2013 WordCount Blogathon

2013 WordCount Blogathon logo

Registration is now open for the 6th annual WordCount Blogathon, which takes place June 1-30, 2013.

The Blogathon is an annual community blogging challenge that brings together freelancers, writers and bloggers for the purpose of improving what they do by posting to their respective blogs every day for a month.

Registration for the 2013 Blogathon opens May 8 and stays open through May 31 at 8 p.m. Pacific time/11 p.m. Eastern time. Late comers can participate unofficially after registration closes but aren’t eligible for raffle prizes.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

Why Blog 30 Days in a Row?

It’s hard to blog 7 days a week, and for 11 months out of the year I don’t. Unless you’re running a news site or making 100 percent of your income blogging, I don’t recommend posting once or more a day 365 days a year.

But there are plenty of reasons why it pays to become obsessed with blogging for a short time, including to:

  • Gain experience to look for paid blogging work.
  • Gain expertise in a subject you want to write about for paid markets.
  • Build traffic.
  • Establish yourself as an expert.
  • Build a personal brand.
  • Promote a book, e-book, e-newsletter or other product or service you’re selling or hoping to sell.
  • Start a blog – or a second or third.
  • Improve your SEO skills.
  • Make money from advertising, affiliate programs or other blog-based enterprise.

How to Register

When you register you will automatically receive:

  • A Blogathon badge to display on your blog. If you’re not sure now to put the Blogathon badge on your blog read this: How to put the Blogathon badge code on your blog.
  • The WordCount newsletter. During June, the newsletter shares news and updates about the Blogathon, plus blogging tips. The rest of the year, the newsletter brings you the latest and greatest from the WordCout blog.
  • NEW! Information about the Blogathon’s Facebook page, which participants can use to share links to their posts, ask questions and cheer each other on.

What’s Next?

Got questions about the Blogathon or how to blog 30 days straight? Attend the Blogathon kick-off chat on Twitter on Wednesday, May 29, at 10 a.m. Pacific time/1 p.m. Eastern time. Use #blog2013 to participate.

Start planning your posts! Here are some resources: 31 blog post ideas for 31 days.

Watch for the Blogathon calendar of events. As in years past, the 2013 Blogathon includes a kick-off chat and wrap party, both on Twitter, as well as a number of (optional) theme days. I’ll post the Blogathon theme days in coming weeks.

Anyone who registers and makes it all 30 days is automatically entered in a raffle drawing for writing-related prizes. Winners are announced during a Blogathon wrap party on Wednesday, July 1, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.

More Info

Watch your blog reader or this space for blogathon updates between now and June 1.

If you have general questions, leave a comment here, write me at wordcountfreelance@gmail.com or catch me on Twitter, @michellerafter.

Follow the 2013 Blogathon on Twitter using the hashtag #blog2013.

Thanks again for visiting, we’ll see you in the Blogathon.

424 responses to “The 2013 WordCount Blogathon”

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  5. Jennifer Fink

    Wish I could have made the wrap party. Thanks, Michelle, for organizing this whole endeavor. I learned a lot, made a lot of new friends and am a little sorry to see it end. :)

    See you next year!
    Jenny
    http://www.bloggingboutboys.blogspot.com

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  9. Katie Walters

    My #1 Intention for 2010 was to BLOG…and so far, I am so close (20 for 22, not bad!)
    I would LOVE to be part of the blogging party!

    Thanks much!

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  121. Sarah

    Wotcher!

    My name is Sarah and I am starting a WORLD-WIDE REVOLUTION! :) I’m trying to bring the word “Wotcher” (which means “hey there”) into the American dictionary.

    Anyways, I really wish I had signed up… :( Guess I’m all out of time now.

    Best of luck to all contestants!
    Cheers,
    Sarah

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  128. May Round-Up: Lessons Learned During the Blogathon

    [...] doing the WordCount Blogathon, I also learned a few lessons that I think might be helpful for you, too. While they aren’t [...]

  129. 6 ways the Word Count Blogathon changed my blogging life – Pt2 « Tracy Doerr 3.0

    [...] Michelle Rafter, organizer extraordinaire of the Word Count Blogathon will have a great link-roundup of other participant’s “What they learned” posts. [...]

  130. Eat, Read, and Be Harried » 31 Days and Counting

    [...] on April 30 — then really, this is my 32nd straight day blogging as part of the Third Annual Wordcount Blogathon. It’s been hard. Often I’ll have to reach deep to come up with something to blog about, [...]

  131. 31 posts in 31 days

    [...] I’ve made it to the end of the Blogathon, writing a new post every day for the month of [...]

  132. Final Day of the Blogathon @ Costing a Green Future

    [...] up, you have to put more articles up in the beginning to get some traffic going. Visit the other blogs [...]

  133. Tune into today's 2010 WordCount Blogathon live chat | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  134. 2010 WordCount Blogathon prize winners | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  135. Update in real time | Thinking Too Hard

    [...] to write something real for awhile now. By that I mean a note, direct from me to you. Since the 2010 Wordcount Blogathon is now over (see that rockin’ badge on the lower right? Yeah, I did it.), I’ve got some [...]

  136. Recommended reading for June 4: blogging lessons learned from the 2010 WordCount Blogathon from the 2010 WordCount Blogathon | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  137. Tastee Pudding » Introducing Mandy Miracle

    [...] here’s the thing. I blogged every day in May, as part of the WordCount 2010 Blogathon… and I didn’t enjoy it. It wasn’t meaningful. I only really cared about a handful [...]

  138. beyondwords | a blog for professional writers, editors, and designers » Blog Archive » An experiment in crowdsourced web design

    [...] means committing yourself to a month of daily blogging—not an easy task. For this year’s WordCount Blogathon, one blogger approached the challenge with an experiment in web [...]

  139. Blog Salad | How to Delete Multiple DMs on Twitter

    [...] and (be still my heart) Foursquare, I was back in the social media world.  Tack on that wacky Blogathon business, and I’m in it deep [...]

  140. Don’t sell yourself short: experience counts! « Out and Employed

    [...] short: experience counts! Jump to Comments After posting for 31 straight days as part of WordCount 2010 Blogathon, I know I’ve fallen off a bit this week.  Please  forgive me.  I’ve been catching [...]

  141. 2010 WordCount Blogathon comes to a close | Fuel Your Writing

    [...] information on this year’s WordCount Blogathon can be found here. Anyone interested in signing up for next year’s Blogathon, or sponsors wishing to get [...]

  142. How to become a niche writer | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  143. What I learned from the Wordcount Blogathon 2010 | Information Central

    [...] was the last day of the 2010 WordCount Blogathon . I signed up, along with 115 plus other people, to post to my blog every day from May 1 to May 31. [...]

  144. why it pays to read your e-mail more than once a month… « Thrifty Knee Socks

    [...] i won a prize from michelle rafter. michelle rafter!!! creator and organizer extraordinaire of wordcount blogathon. you sign up and in doing so the idea and and the challenge is that you’ll blog every day of [...]

  145. The 500 blog posts that changed my life | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  146. AOL's Patch hyperlocal hiring spree - boon or bane for writers? | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  147. Checking in: How did the 2010 WordCount Blogathon change your blog? | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  148. Susan Darnold

    I need a direct email address to send information being forwarded from other womens networks.

    Thank you.

  149. Grounding days • Chick With A View

    [...] problem and posted late. This exercise has seriously energized me and my writing. The leadership of Michelle Rafter has been inspiring. And so many new blog friends have been made and I hope will be [...]

  150. Giving thanks for a bountiful freelance year | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  151. WordCount's 12 most popular posts of 2010 | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  152. marjnhomer

    please let me register for this year 2011 blogathon wordcount.

  153. 8 reasons to sign up for the WordCount RSS feed | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  154. 10 keys to hosting a successful Twitter chat | WordCount

    [...] The 2010 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  155. Melissa

    I would love to participate in the 2011 Blog A Thon. Please send information to my email. I am just now beginning work on my blog. Thanks. Melissa

  156. 2011 WordCount Blogathon: Calendar of events | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  157. tata

    Please register me and my blog for 2011 Blogathon!

  158. Tara

    I can’t wait to get started again, Michelle! I’m spreading the word to people I know today.

  159. Another year, another blogathon | Two Hands and a Roadmap

    [...] I celebrated the anniversary by registering to participate in my second WordCount blogathon in [...]

  160. 2011 WordCount Blogathon: Blog every day & you could win these prizes | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  161. Courtney Koschel

    I can’t wait to conquer the 2011 Blogathon! Thank you, Michelle for encouraging bloggers to dedicate themselves to their blog for an entire month. My blog will feel much love from me =)

  162. Dirk Weaver

    I can’t wait! This should be fun!

  163. 25 ways to blog every day | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  164. 25 more ways to blog every day | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  165. Barbara McDowell Whitt

    Michelle, this should be fun–thank you for organizing the blogathon.

  166. patricia

    thanks for inviting me to the blogathon. looking forward to it.

  167. Join the blogathon chat, Wednesday, April 27 | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  168. Ask your blogging questions @ today's #blog2011 chat 10 am PT | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  169. 2011 WordCount Blogathon « PCS Italy

    [...] 30 posts in 30 days and will take place the entire month of May. If you blog wander on over to WordCount and sign up, it sounds like fun. Besides, there are prizes if you complete the [...]

  170. Blogathon poll: What blogging basics do you want to learn? | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  171. Blogathon! « Oregon News Incubator

    [...] If you’ve been looking for a way to jump-start your blog, or a challenge that will force you to confront and overcome writer’s block, I invite you to try Michelle Rafter’s 2011 Blogathon. [...]

  172. marvelously mundane » Blog Archive » Stream of cuss words - very specific, thoroughly researched nonsense

    [...] news project soon, and I need a HUGE push to get more written for it. So, I just signed up for the WordCount Blogathon. Writing a post every day for a month is just the push I need. [...]

  173. patricia

    thanks Michelle

  174. An Editor Reveals 7 Secrets Every Writer Needs to Know

    [...] [...]

  175. 2011 WordCount Blogathon | Alison Law Communications

    [...] May, I will be participating in the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. I signed up for the 31-day writing challenge as a way to motivate myself and bust through any [...]

  176. Ana Gonzalez

    I have 3 blogs I’d like to register for the 2011 blogathon. They are:
    http://www.lifesthebeach.net (lifesthebeachfl@gmail.com)
    http://www.ournewcasa.com (ournewcasa@gmail.com)
    http://www.livelovelaughtravel.com (ilivelovelaughtravel@gmail.com)
    Thanks,
    Ana

  177. nathalie hourihan

    Hi – been trying to sign up to blogathon all day but am on holidays in a hotel where the wirless won’t seem to work for me. Am hoping not to late to sign up tomorrow when meant to be working again …. Am on my blackberry which won’t let me access registration link for some reason

  178. Dayle Fraschilla

    Hi, I registered for the blogathon earlier in the evening. In order for my May 1st post to count, do I need to wait until I receive confirmation and the badge, or can I just start blogging in the morning?

    Thanks,
    Dayle

  179. Dayle Fraschilla

    ::Smile:: Disregard the last post! I just recieve the email confirmation and badges!

  180. 2011 Blogathon Begins |

    [...] you are interested in signing up you can do so here. Today is the last day and you will have to post something today, why not give it a [...]

  181. Creative inspiration (and blogging every day) « 52 crafts in 52 weeks

    [...] taking part in the 2011 Blogathon – find out more here. I hope I can keep it up! Come back tomorrow to see this week’s [...]

  182. And away we go! | Two Hands and a Roadmap

    [...] is the first day of the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. I will posting every day in May on this little web site that I tenderly refer to as “the  [...]

  183. Let the 2011 WordCount Blogathon Begin | Motherlogue

    [...] May 1 which means the WordCount Blogathon led by Michelle Rafter has begun! As I mentioned previously, the focus for my 31 blogathon posts [...]

  184. Join the Conversation: Patient POV Steps Up Posting In May | Patient POV

    [...] I have not been getting posts up more than once a week, I decided to join Word Count’s Blogathon. It starts May 1. A blogathon is a challenge, much like a marathon race or triathlon, to focus your [...]

  185. WordCount Blogathon begins today #Blog2011 « Preternatural Post

    [...] case you haven’t heard, the WordCount Blogathon starts today! Everyone at the Preternatural Post is very excited to spend the next 30 days focusing [...]

  186. Blogathon 2011 « News Bite

    [...] Today is the last day to sign up. If you are interested, sign up here. [...]

  187. Sunday Tweets: The 2011 WordCount Blogathon | Neither Here nor There….

    [...] Tweet of the Day:The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  188. Rafael

    I was already doing this, so joining in won’t be a problem.

    In fact, it made for the perfect Sunday Tweet! :D

  189. Got P.M.A.? » Blog Archive » Blogathon 2011

    [...] Blogathon 2011 – Gentlemen, start your [...]

  190. the 2011 wordcount blogathon « present tense

    [...] below is reposted from wordcount, a blog for freelance writers (do check it out; lots of good stuff there) and yes, I’ve signed [...]

  191. Conrad Zero » Blog Archive » The WordCount Blogathon 2011 – Conrad Zero, Dark Fiction Author

    [...] Blogathon 2011 Zero / May 1st, 2011 / No Comments » I’ve decided to take part in WordCount’s Blogathon 2011: The WordCount Blogathon is an annual event that brings together professional writers and anyone [...]

  192. Parenting By Trial and Error » Blog Archive » Off we go!

    [...] I just realized, admittedly with a bit of shock, that today is May 1 and that means the beginning of the annual Blogathon. [...]

  193. RE | GROUP’s Grand Opening « re | group

    [...] WordCount’s 4th Annual Blogathon is our “Grand [...]

  194. TV Tropes Monday: SciFi Writers Have No Sense of Scale | Neither Here nor There….

    [...] http://michellerafter.com/the-2011-wordcount-blogathon/ 17 hours ago Tags30 days answers blog blogfest blogging blogs books cats character characters editing friday Harry Potter internet life links lol lolcats loldogs meme movies music music video NaNo novel plot post query questions short short story stories story stuff SuD TV Tropes Urban Fantasy video war words writer writers writing Youtube You TubeCategories [...]

  195. Le Monde – A Poetic Travail » Blog Archive » So I accept the challenge…

    [...] she was crazy. But being a well wisher & a friend, I wished her success and that’s it. Blogathon 2011 is about posting a post every day during the month of May. I know a few other bloggers who are [...]

  196. Missing Day One, and my newfound compassion for myself « One/Week

    [...] signed up for the WordCount Blogathon again this [...]

  197. 200+ blogs with 1 thing in common: the 2011 Blogathon | WordCount

    [...] The 2011 WordCount Blogathon [...]

  198. DAY 3. Asked and Received. Okra? | Billie Noakes

    [...] marked the first day of the 2011 WordCount Blogathon, and it took almost no time to write that first [...]

  199. lakshmi

    oops..its closed ? well, anyways i am blogging everyday ..had started without realizing this

  200. Using Google Calendar to Set Up an Easy Blogging Editorial Calendar « A Journey of Words

    [...] week, the 2011 Wordcount Blogathon launched with some great incentives to start blogging daily! At last count, there were over 200 [...]

  201. GeorgiaFogle.com » Blog Archive » My top 5 favorite books on writing

    [...] it is good practice for organizing my ideas into complete thoughts. Thus, the reason I joined the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. I figure, if I write something every day for 31 days, that will definitely give me some [...]

  202. Five Books Worth Adding to your Shelves | Attainable Sustainable

    [...] green.Powered by WP Greet Box WordPress PluginI’ll be posting daily this month as part of the Word Count Blogathon, and occasionally following a ‘theme day’ suggested by the organizer of the event, [...]

  203. My 5 Favorite Books on Writing | Alison Law Communications

    [...] I was considering whether or not to participate in the WordCount Blogathon, I took a peek at the calendar of events, and saw that the first theme day was blogging about your [...]

  204. Blogging Editorial Calendars | Create Minded

    [...] this month is Wordcount’s Blogathon challenge, and I am participating, it seemed timely to give you another look at my own blogging [...]

  205. WordCount Blogathon Opens Door to Unusual Patient Stories | Patient POV

    [...] = 'wpp-256'; var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true};On May 1, I joined the Word Count Blogathon, and already, I am meeting bloggers who have amazing stories to tell about the healthcare system. [...]

  206. Everybody Hurts: Music and Mental Health | Kids & Mental Health

    [...] Health| Leave a comment It’s getting more challenging to post every day as part of the WordCount 2011 Blogathon (where we must blog every day in May) but I’m still committed to doing it even if it means [...]

  207. Got P.M.A.? » Blog Archive » Friend Fridays: Discordian Zen

    [...] the month of May, while I participate in the Blogathon, I will use my Friday posts to showcase other blogs that I love to read from my creative friends [...]

  208. Creative Marketing for Indie Authors « Ripping Ozzie Reads

    [...] Michelle Rafter’s annual Worcount Blogathon encourages this kind of post-swapping in an effort to help participating bloggers keep their content (and their brains) fresh during the month of blogging every day. [...]

  209. New week, new flavor, new mission | Lascher at Large

    [...] my career shift as another week approaches. In this moment of transition, I’m altering my Blogathon focus. Last week may have been all about sight. This week will be about [...]

  210. Jeanette Moreau

    Hi, I’m totally a latecomer, but I’m going to unofficially join. I hope that’s ok!

  211. Blogathon Group Day – Haiku | Create Minded

    [...] Wordcount’s Blogathon 2011 Group Day asked us to design a haiku.I’ve often enjoyed writing haikus before, there’s something very spiritual about applying limitations to my writing. [...]

  212. Haiku On 40 | Motherlogue

    [...] WordCount Blogathon 2011 theme for today is: Haiku. In that spirit, I offer you my haiku about turning 40 years old: Age [...]

  213. Haiku Day: Ode to Pollen | Alison Law Communications

    [...] part of my participation in the 2011 WordCount Blogathon, I’m tasked with writing a haiku today. Late spring trees in [...]

  214. Top 5 Sites for Bloggers | Create Minded

    [...] My Blog, Mike’s Life, Blogussion, and of course, I should mention Wordcount with the current Blogathon 2011 challenge. Share [...]

  215. Wordcount Blogathon 2011 Participant «

    [...] all about.  The button is letting you know that I have become a participant in this years Wordcount Blogathon. It’s an annual even that is organized by Michelle Rafter on her site Wordcount. According [...]

  216. GeekMom » Blog Archive » This Week With The GeekMoms

    [...] Bordessa is participating in the WordCount Blogathon and posting to Attainable Sustainable every day in May. As part of the fun, she’s giving away [...]

  217. My Favorite Inspirational Books | Writing Who I Am

    [...] I postponed yesterday’s Blogathon‘s “My 5 Favorite Books about (Insert Topic Here),” I think it would be fitting to [...]

  218. Mom speaks out…. « That China Girl

    [...] what!  It’s  guest post day in blogathon world.  Given that I still don’t know too many people who can write in English here  [...]

  219. When Travel Goes Wrong » Girl About the World

    [...] is guest post day for the Blogathon, but my trading partner accidentally broke her blog earlier in the month and is still working on [...]

  220. Special Guest Post: How I Blog by Zach Law | Alison Law Communications

    [...] is the day that we’re inviting guests to post on our blogs as part of the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. Since I failed to timely arrange a post swap with one of my fellow blogathoners, as was the intent [...]

  221. Hitting the Wall | Alison Law Communications

    [...] blog posting last night at about 10:16 p.m. My days have been filled with many activities, so my 2011 WordCount Blogathon writing has been happening at night when I should be winding down and readying for sleep. Today, I [...]

  222. Tools Fools (Like Me) Use: Deadlines and the WordPress Editorial Calendar Plugin | Alison Law Communications

    [...] a simple deadline is the greatest tool in a writer’s arsenal. As a participant in the 2011 WordCount Blogathon, I’ve been pursuing a singular goal each and every day this month: write one blog post. But [...]

  223. Top 5 Favourite Places to Write | Create Minded

    [...] is a Blogathon theme post day 2, where we are asked where our favourite places to write may be. A personal post, [...]

  224. The Panda Bear

    Is it too late to join the blogathon? I am a recent mid-life blogger.

  225. You’ve Got to Fight for Your Right to…Write! | Kids & Mental Health

    [...] part of the WordCount Blogathon (only 7 more days to go!), theme days are introduced. Today’s suggested theme for [...]

  226. Le Monde – A Poetic Travail » Blog Archive » My top 5 favorite places….

    [...] at Blogathon is Theme day and the theme is “My five favourite places to write …. [...]

  227. Writing Who I Am » Favorite Writing Spots

    [...] write. I also know that will never happen. So for now, as part of today’s theme for the Blogathon, here are my top five favorite places to [...]

  228. DAY 24: Writing: Where and Why | Billie Noakes

    [...] First, a HUGE thank-you to the 2011 WORDCOUNT Blogathon. [...]

  229. Five Great Social Media Marketing Books | Alison Law Communications

    [...] is another theme day in the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. The proposed topic? Write about the five favorite places where you like to write. This suggested [...]

  230. Conrad Zero » Blog Archive » Your Favorite Dark Fiction Author, Tagged on Secondact.com – Conrad Zero, Dark Fiction Author

    [...] 25th, 2011 / No Comments » Michelle Raftner, whom you may recognize as the brains behind WordCount’s Blogathon 2011, tossed a little light on yours truly in her secondact.com article Blogging Their Way to a Midlife [...]

  231. Ode to a Blogathon | Kids & Mental Health

    [...] the WordCount Blogathon comes to a close (four more days!), I can say that, although I’ve blogged for myself and for [...]

  232. Broccoli! | Attainable Sustainable

    [...] Memorial Day Weekend and normally, I wouldn’t even consider posting here. However, the WordCount blogathon continues, and I’ve made it this far, posting every day in May. For the weekend, you’ll [...]

  233. Blogathon Wordle Day | Create Minded

    [...] courtesy of Wordle, inspired by Blogathon themeday. That is all. Share [...]

  234. Blogging Every Day « Some Can Whistle……

    [...] [...]

  235. Last Blogathon Theme Day: Lawthenticity Wordle | Alison Law Communications

    [...] to believe, but today is the next to last day of the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. It has been a challenge, but I’m proud to say that I’ve posted every day in May (so [...]

  236. The End of the Blogathon – Where to from here? | Create Minded

    [...] Wordcount Blogathon 2011 challenge to blog every day for the month of May was tough – tougher than I thought, and I [...]

  237. DAY 30: Wordling right along | Billie Noakes

    [...] fearless leader of the 2011 WORDCOUNT Blogathon, Michelle Rafter, has given us a break for the holiday: we get to use a graphic-generating program [...]

  238. Who wants to make a wordle? =) «

    [...] this wordle was part of the 2011 Blogathon that I have been participating in. The description for todays assignment was as follows: May 30 [...]

  239. DAY 31: A whole new challenge! | Billie Noakes

    [...] that the 2011 WORDCOUNT Blogathon challenge (a blog a day, every day in May) is coming to a close, you’d think that maybe I’d [...]

  240. I just did a Wordle all over the page | The Amazing iPad

    [...] response to one of the theme days for the Blogathon that was organised by Michelle Rafter of the WordCount Blog. The challenge was to make blog post every day for the month of May. I did it and I am so pleased [...]

  241. Writing Who I Am » Wordle

    [...] Blogathon theme is to do a wordle. Here’s [...]

  242. The Finish Line: Last Day of 2011 WordCount Blogathon | Alison Law Communications

    [...] post concludes my commitment to 31 days of blog posts for the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. In many ways, I am sad to reach the finish line of this [...]

  243. Le Monde – A Poetic Travail » Blog Archive » A month of Blogathon

    [...] the first day of May when I was reading Anjuli’s blog, I came to know of Blogathon which was to start on the very same day ! Foolishly, I checked the site & in a spur of a moment [...]

  244. Chatting with Your Tweeps: How to Participate in a Twitter Chat | Alison Law Communications

    [...] same hashtag (#). That’s because I was participating in a Twitter chat with members of the 2011 WordCount Blogathon community. We were celebrating 31 days of blogging, sharing lessons learned and offering [...]

  245. Lessons Learned from One Month of Posts » Girl About the World

    [...] 2011 WordCount Blogathon is officially over, and I have to say, I’m relieved it’s behind me yet so glad to have [...]

  246. DAYS 1-4: Positive Changes Challenge (hereinafter PCC, not to be confused with Pinellas County Commission) | Billie Noakes

    [...] from an exhilarating month participating in Michelle Rafter‘s 2011 WORDCOUNT Blogathon (a blog a day, every day in May), I announced on May 31 that I would begin a NEW challenge, one [...]

  247. know your audience « Oregon News Incubator

    [...] May’s annual Wordcount Blogathon, participants were encouraged to read each other’s blogs in addition to posting every day. [...]

  248. 4 steps to creating an online writing group | WordCount

    [...] you’ve taken or connections you’ve made at writing conferences. If you participated in the 2011 Blogathon, you have a huge list of potential members. Your members are the most important element of an [...]

  249. a culture of language and thought » Blog Archive » Guest post by Tia Bach

    [...] I’m pleased to once again welcome author Tia Bach. We both participated in the Blogathon in May and she guested here then. You might also recognize her from the comments to many of my posts [...]

  250. Mastering the Fine Art of Choosing: I Want to Be a Creative Writing Student | Alison Law Communications

    [...] Have you ever experienced the phenomenon where you make a decision, and suddenly, all of these people and opportunities show up to help you? Like they’ve been waiting on this path for you long before you knew you were going to hang a left in the road? One prime example of this phenomenon is Annette Gendler. I’ve never met Annette in person, but we connected online in May when we both participated in the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. [...]

  251. RE | GROUP Needs You! « RE | GROUP

    [...] First, a big thank you to all of our loyal readers who followed our blog during the Blogathon. [...]

  252. Benefits Haiku | Benefits Babble

    [...] Haiku As part of the 2011 WordCount Blogathon, there are theme days scattered delightfully throughout the month. May 10th happens to be Haiku [...]

  253. Q&A with Tia Bach author of Depression Cookies | Motherlogue

    [...] any mother trying to keep it all together for her family. I was so happy to meet Tia through the WordCount blogathon and it’s wonderful to have her here at Motherlogue to share her experiences of writing this [...]

  254. a culture of language and thought » Blog Archive » Versatile Blogger Award

    [...] week, I was thrilled to learn that Tia Bach, author of Depression Cookies, my fellow Blogathoner, writer and friend (I can call you that, can’t I, Tia?) bestowed the Versatile Blogger Award [...]

  255. Riki Cleveland

    Will there be a 2012 Blogathon? I am very intereted in participatin but have missed this one by, oh….six months or so! :-)

  256. Sorry everybody: WordCount's November mini-blogathon is a no go | WordCount

    [...] At the end of May, when enthusiasm for the WordCount Blogathon was running high, I was persuaded by bloggers who’d loved the experience to consider holding [...]

  257. How To Harness the Power of NaNoWriMo… All Year Long

    [...] is just too damn busy (with Christmas shopping), there’s always Michelle Rafter’s WordCount Blogathon, in May. Check out Michelle’s Blogathon page for all the ways in which participating can help [...]

  258. 10 secrets for breaking into new freelance writing markets | WordCount

    [...] if they’d share pay ranges for the type of work they do. A copywriter I met through the 2011 WordCount blogathon was up for a website editing gig and because she knew I’d done similar work asked for my [...]

  259. Georgia Fogle » Blog Archive » My top 5 favorite books on writing

    [...] it is good practice for organizing my ideas into complete thoughts. Thus, the reason I joined the 2011 WordCount Blogathon. I figure, if I write something every day for 31 days, that will definitely give me some [...]

  260. Poll: What would make 2012 Blogathon even more fantastic? | WordCount

    [...] 2012 WordCount Blogathon is [...]

  261. it’s almost may, and you know what that means . . . | Jennifer Willis

    [...] almost may, and you know what that means . . . The 2012 Blogathon challenge is nearly upon [...]

  262. Guest post: 8 great reasons to do the Blogathon | WordCount

    [...] the fifth year in a row, I’m joining Michelle in her WordCount Blogathon this [...]

  263. We won’t look at how long it’s been since I’ve posted | Motherlogue

    [...] A challenge to post every day in the month of May. Find out more, or sign up here. [...]

  264. Join me in the 2012 WordCount Blogathon « PCS Italy

    [...] on over to the WordCount blog and learn more about the 2012 [...]

  265. Addiction « bethzare

    [...] I must say that I have been completely addicted to writing this blog. I have now decided to enter a blog-a-thon. It starts on May 1 and I can’t wait. Take Our Poll Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe [...]

  266. Peau neuve | Lise Capitan Traduction & Rédaction

    [...] challenge d’écrire un billet de blog chaque jour. Eh oui, coup de folie, je me suis inscrite au Blogathon 2012 ! J’ai découvert ça en lisant le blog de Lisa Carter, alias Intralingo, une traductrice [...]

  267. 2012 Blogathon prizes: Win a Kindle Fire, blog review, more | WordCount

    [...] If you haven’t signed up for the blogathon, there’s still time. Registration is open until 11 p.m. Eastern time/8 p.m. Pacific time on May 1. Here’s the registration form. [...]

  268. Coming Back to Life… – Alternative Medicine For You

    [...] will be participating for the first time ever in the annual WordCount Blogathon (learn more here: The 2012 WordCount Blogathon), starting May 1, [...]

  269. Blogathon 2012 « Never Switching To Decaf

    [...] to see if I make it through the month.  Better yet, join us in Blogathon 2012.  You can sign up here. Share this:StumbleUponDiggLike this:LikeBe the first to like this post.   Leave a [...]

  270. So, I’m Supposed to be Blogging Every Day in May… – Fluent Historian

    [...] am participating in WordCount Blogathon this year, which means I’m supposed to blog every day. I was going to write an actual entry [...]

  271. 31 Days to Fearless Entertaining

    [...] blog 31 days with WordCount’s 2012 Blogathon. I wanted to try something new that would stretch me not only as a writer but would stretch me to [...]

  272. #ROW80 Writing Gaols (sic) « Hunter's Writing

    [...] year I participated in another monthly blogging challenge for May, run by Michelle Rafter. The Wordcount Blogathon 2012 commences again from today, and looks like it will be as much fun as last year. However, this year [...]

  273. Cooking With Medusa: Musings on Memory, Gender & Visualization - Yael Writes

    [...] Note: This post is the first in a series of 31 monthly post for the  2012 WordCount Blogathon challenge. I’ll be blogging daily for the month of [...]

  274. Welcome to Little House Travel | Little House Travel

    [...] to Michelle Rafter’s fifth annual WordCount Blogathon, I will spend the month of May ramping up this website for my new [...]

  275. Goodbye WEGO Health Challenge, Hello Blogathon « Running for Autism

    [...] am now participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  276. gloriamarie.com | 2012 blogathon: cute kittens will be a last resort

    [...] for updates on this topic.Powered by WP Greet Box WordPress Pluginlast year i participated in the wordcount blogathon and it was an awesome experience. this year i am doing it again! for 31 days straight i will be [...]

  277. WordCount Blogathon Challenge 2012 « discorunner

    [...] in a drawing for writing-related prizes on June 1. You can find more info about the challenge here and follow the blogathon on twitter at [...]

  278. May Day. mayday? « Woah Baby!

    [...] Today is day one of a project I am thrilled to take part in for the third time – the annual WordCount Blogathon. Two years ago, a few months in to my first blog, One A Week, I learned about the Blogathon from [...]

  279. Why You’ll Hear More from Me in May

    [...] I’ve decided to participate in the 2012 WordCount Blogathon. [...]

  280. I’ve been playing outside | Life List by Melinda Copp

    [...] time for me to shift back into blog writing mode. For one thing, I’ve signed up for Blogathon 2012–a 30-day blogging challenge during which the goal is to post every day. So even though things [...]

  281. The 2012 WordCount Blogathon | East Nashville Jugglers Club

    [...] The 2012 WordCount Blogathon This is the fifth year for the blogathon and my third try. I attempted the blogathon before with a different blog, discordian Zen. That blog was focused on weird philosophy and ideas I am interested in. This blog is about juggling. [...]

  282. 3, 2, 1, go ! | Lise Capitan Traduction & Rédaction

    [...] voilà, premier jour du Blogathon 2012, premier [...]

  283. Painting in May | The Tales of Missus P.

    [...] list of movies is done. The sun’s come back this month and it’s time to get back to the norm. Blogathon 2012 has started as well but I will try not to post too many links to my Facebook timeline (a lot of [...]

  284. Third Time’s a Charm | sgveastfoodswap

    [...] is my third time participating in the annual WordCount Blogathon. Though each previous attempt at blogging once a day for 31 consecutive days ended prematurely, I [...]

  285. Blogathon 2012: Day 1 « Gabryyl Pierce

    [...] I had loads of fun with the A to Z Blog Challenge in April so I’ve decided to do the Wordcount Blogathon 2012 Challenge in [...]

  286. Sarah Morgan | jumping puddles in the rain since 2002

    [...] going to try WordCount’s blogathon. Because daily posts for the whole month will be a challenge for me. And we all know I’m a [...]

  287. Blogathon Begins TODAY! « Teaching What Is Good

    [...] Blogathon Begins TODAY! By Kate, on May 1st, 2012 I’m so excited to be participating in my 2nd Blogathon challenge!! There’s still time to sign up (until 11 pm tonight) at Blogathon Headquarters. [...]

  288. Intralingo

    [...] you may have read a couple of weeks ago, May is Blogathon month and I’ve signed up to participate [...]

  289. Breakfast Egg Delight Recipe

    [...] participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  290. Blogathon 2012 « Muse Translation News

    [...] You’ve still got a few hours to sign up if you’d like to breathe new life into your blog, or just feel up for a new challenge. You can register on the WordCount Blogathon page. [...]

  291. What helps you write? « kyleyasumiishi

    [...] May 1, kicks off the annual WordCount Blogathon, a monthlong blogging challenge in which participants blog every day in May. I decided to [...]

  292. 31 things to do when you can’t write so you can

    [...] the words don’t come so that eventually they do. why 31? because i’m participating in michelle rafter’s 2012′s blogathon.* that means that i’ll try really hard to blog every single day for the month of may. wish me [...]

  293. Outrunning A Cold « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of May. A lovely view of the lake eases the pain of a [...]

  294. The Love of Gardening

    [...] participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  295. 2012 WordCount Blogathon! | Purple Paintbrush

    [...] my friend suggested that I enter this really cool blogging challenge held by WordCount. The challenge is for the participating bloggers to post at least once a day through the whole [...]

  296. I’m Writing 30 Blog Posts In The Month of May…Or At Least I’ll Try | SportsGirlKat.com

    [...] my name is Kat. I joined a 31 day blog-post-a-day challenge (the WordCount Blogathon Challenge) and…missed the very first [...]

  297. Good Blog Design | Help! I'm Blogging

    [...] May, however, during the WordCount blogathon, I pay closer attention to other people’s posts. Yes, as you probably surmised, once again, [...]

  298. Mental Illness: Don’t Be Ashamed « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  299. Project MayHem « The Passionate Eclectic

    [...] from my blogging friend Dayle who writes: I shall be a toad. She bravely signed herself up for a blogathon! Yay Dayle! I told myself to stop being such a sissy and go sign up for it too, and I would have, [...]

  300. WordCount Blogathon 2012: First post and only 3 days Late! | HoneySugaSweet by Jovette Gadson

    [...] my arm and shoved me to the ground until I submitted into participating in this year’s WordCount Blogathon.  Okay, she only sent one text message and an email. LOL!  I am starting the month of disciplined [...]

  301. On writing: The start of Blogathon 2012 | northern front

    [...] It seems I’ve accidentally committed to writing a blog post every day of May. And I’ve written about 10 in the last 29 years. You might wonder how this happened? I was likely either severely out of my mind from writing papers for my master’s degree (for which I have only just a week ago submitted the draft of my final paper, thank you, thank you) or slightly tipsy from the consumption of too much wine. Or both, which is most likely. So, welcome to Blogathon 2012. [...]

  302. All in the family

    [...] to create and when God created he said  “it was good”. I’m participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  303. The Transience Of Life « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  304. “Ambition Is Necessary to Accomplishment.” | Little House Travel

    [...] goals for the WordCount Blogathon are twofold. Primarily, I am going to write about Laura Ingalls Wilder’s homesites — [...]

  305. faith hope & cherrytea

    so sorry to have just discovered this after cutoff –
    participating

  306. Reading list for May 4: World's longest invoice, tech sabbaths, Blogathon Twitter list | WordCount

    [...] launching the Blogathon, getting my regular freelance work done and tackling a bunch of non-work related activities – [...]

  307. Hang It Up

    [...] participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  308. Affection, Empathy And Autism « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  309. WordCount Blogathon 2012 | I shall be a toad

    [...] participated in the WordCount Blogathon last year. At the time I registered, I had been blogging for less than two months. I didn’t [...]

  310. Libertys Yarn » Stories, Snapshots, and Sarcasm. From one special needs creativepreneur to another. » I Was Interviewed!

    [...] thinking that I’m using this interview as a freebie to get out of a day of blogging for the May blogathon. You think that I’m just phoning it in today and off sipping Mai Tais on a sandy beach [...]

  311. Paper Roses for Mother’s Day

    [...] participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  312. Remembering The Things That Matter « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  313. Rossandra White

    I’ve got a question, hope this is the place to post it. My May 5th blog didn’t register on that day (on my website, it says May 6th), because my web guy was migrating me to another site. However, I did manage to get it onto FB and twitter on May 5th. Soooo. Will this be a problem in having a blog registered every day. Does that make sense?

  314. Maintaining The Balance « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  315. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel « bethzare

    [...] my sister ask why my blog had suddenly turned so serious. “Because I am in the middle of a blogathon,” I told her. We both giggled as we agreed that the reasoning made no sense at all. Why would [...]

  316. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel « bethzare

    [...] my sister asked why my blog had suddenly turned so serious. “Because I am in the middle of a blogathon,” I told her. We both giggled as we agreed that the reasoning made no sense at all. Why would [...]

  317. 5 Inspiring Writing Books

    [...] May My Blogathon 2012 buddies are writing on the topic, “5 Movies that Inspired my Blogging.” Since I barely remember [...]

  318. Five Movies That Have Inspired My Writing | Speed River Journal: an urban naturalist's progress

    [...] you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!This is the first theme day in the 2012 WordCount Blogathon. Here are five movies that have inspired my life and writing. At the end I have provided an Amazon [...]

  319. Five Movies About Money | Ann C. Logue

    [...] blogathon comes with a list of assignments, and today’s is to write about five favorite movies. I [...]

  320. A Bit Like Rachel Green | PFM Reports

    [...] or worse, I relate most of the events in my life to episodes of “Friends.” As a participant in The 2012 Word Count Blogathon (thank you Michelle Rafter!), I joined more than 300 other writers who accepted the challenge to [...]

  321. 5 movies that have influenced my writing | Life List by Melinda Copp

    [...] I’ve mentioned, I’m currently participating in the WordCount Blogathon. So far so good; I’ve posted every day. Today all the participants were given a prompt to [...]

  322. Disney Movies Offer a Plot Structure for Dummies Guide | porridgereport.com

    [...] have inspired my writing. This is today’s post theme for bloggers who are participating in the 2012 blogathon through the month of May. And, I have spent a good portion of the day agonizing over my inability to [...]

  323. 5 Films that Shaped Me « Never Switching To Decaf

    [...] is the 1st theme day for Blogathon 2012.  The theme for today is to write about 5 movies that have most impacted your writing. Since this [...]

  324. Reuse the Towel

    [...] participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  325. Parenting By Trial and Error » Blog Archive » Goodbye, dear Amy

    [...] got to know each other through the Blogathon, when we read each others’ blogs and developed a mutual respect and admiration. Immediately, [...]

  326. You Think You Know… « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  327. What I learned today… and hope to learn during Blogathon 2012 | Ruth Terry, Writer + Consultant

    [...] month I’ll be posting daily as part of WordCount’s 2012 Blogathon. I’ve definitely been looking forward to this event. Because I do so much writing for [...]

  328. Old Fashion Zinnias

    [...] So sow a few seeds of zinnias and  enjoy flowers all summer long! I’m participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  329. Leading The Food Revolution « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  330. Cucumber Salad

    [...] participating in the  WordCount Blogathon so make sure to check back everyday this month for new content. Better yet, subscribe to my RSS [...]

  331. Run With The Sound Of Music: Or Maybe Not « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  332. Emailing The Tooth Fairy « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  333. Let Go Of The Guilt For Mothers Day « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  334. A House Full Of Love « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  335. Tokyo Waterways: The City’s Other Wild Side | Speed River Journal: an urban naturalist's progress

    [...] Waffle If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!For the WordCount Blogathon Speed River Journal presents a guest post by Joan Lambert Bailey. [...]

  336. Blogathon: Guest Post Day « Gabryyl Pierce

    [...] across the globe I wouldn’t have believed you. But here we are, a few weeks into the 5th annual WordCount Blogathon and that’s just what I’m about to do. Without further ado, I’m happy to [...]

  337. Blogathon: Guest Post #2 « Gabryyl Pierce

    [...] gabryyl – May• 14•12 Here’s today’s second guest post exchange for the 5th annual WordCount Blogathon (aren’t I lucky to have two awesome guests? I’m glad I tidied up) from artist Traci [...]

  338. Refresh and Recharge | Victoria Musgrave

    [...] worked. I feel refreshed, recharged and ready to reconnect to the Blogathon. Share this:SharePrintEmail Tagged with: Blogathon • finding focus • holiday • [...]

  339. Guest Post: Animals And Autism « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  340. Satoimo: One of Japan’s Favorite Slimy Things « Garden to Table

    [...] our guest blogger today, has. She lives and works in Tokyo. Joan and I are participating in the 2012 WordCount Blogathon, where we’ve committed to posting every day this month (a commitment I’ve already [...]

  341. Blogging « bethzare

    [...] say. Slowly I became aware that there is any entire blogger community out there. Thanks to my first blog-a-thon I feel much more [...]

  342. Second Act: Living Like I Believe | Speed River Journal: an urban naturalist's progress

    [...] The flow of words oils the gears and benefits my creative work. I am participating in the 2012 WordCount Blogathon to promote my work as a nature writer. The next step will be to start querying publications about [...]

  343. The Truth About Postpartum Depression « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  344. Second Acts | Ann C. Logue

    [...] blogathon assignment is to write about second acts in our lives. Heck, sometimes I feel like my life is one [...]

  345. My Second Act | Little House Travel

    [...] post for WordCount’s 2012 Blogathon is thematic, about all the participating bloggers’ ”Second Acts” in life [...]

  346. Autism And The Art Of Conversation « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  347. The USS Mount Hood « On MOUNT HOOD

    [...] it gave me a topic idea for today’s post. (I’m participating in Michelle Rafter’s 2012 WordCount Blogathon, so I’ve been challenged to post every day for the entire month of May. And let me tell you, [...]

  348. Mid-blogathon | northern front

    [...] feeling a little scattered today. And if it wasn’t for this Blogathon challenge, I honestly probably wouldn’t bother with a post. However, feeling the pang of [...]

  349. On Student Loan Debt | Ann C. Logue

    [...] parents and students should think about college costs and best pay for them. Hey, I’ve got a blogathon to do, I can’t put all my thoughts in one [...]

  350. 5 Tips For Moms Who Want To Run « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  351. Reading list for May 18: graduation-time inspiration for writers of all ages | WordCount

    [...] the blogathon this week, bloggers were invited to write about how they’ve reinvented themselves one way or [...]

  352. Ode to my Xbox | The Tales of Missus P.

    [...] know I should write something about writing for Blogathon 2012 since it is for writers. I have to keep myself on task when I work throughout the day. A lot of [...]

  353. The Beautiful Blogger Award | The Tales of Missus P.

    [...] Discount Ticket to Everywhere is another Blogathon 2012 participant – this month she’s blogging A-Zs about children’s literature [...]

  354. 2012 Blogathon: Progress Report | Ann C. Logue

    [...] I’m a little more than halfway into the 2012 Blogathon, and so far, I’ve kept it up. I’m in the game, [...]

  355. I Survived A Stressful Week Without Going Completely Insane « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  356. Owning My Age | Victoria Musgrave

    [...] along with several other Blogathon participants, I was featured on the Second Act blog about bloggers in their 40s who have [...]

  357. Diversity in Community | Speed River Journal: an urban naturalist's progress

    [...] Wilcox, who is also participating in the WordCount Blogathon, is here, too. In fact, he has organized these retreats ever since their inception. Joe is an [...]

  358. Why Should an Adult Read the Little House Series—If They Never Have? | Little House Travel

    [...] of my fellow bloggers in the WordCount Blogathon asked this question a while [...]

  359. A Kind Of Magic « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  360. The Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum « On MOUNT HOOD

    [...] It’s late tonight, so we’re just going to keep in simple and make sure we get a post in for the 2012 Blogathon. [...]

  361. My First Haiku Since 1974 | Help! I'm Blogging

    [...] with a 5-7-5 syllable pattern. When Michelle Rafter suggested Haiku as a theme for Day 21 of the Word Count 2012 Blogathon, I felt up to the task, and thanks to an unusual sight and sound heard from my balcony earlier [...]

  362. Summer Berries for Haiku Monday « My Morning Chocolate

    [...] Haiku Monday, a WordCount Blogathon tradition. In the past, I’ve written about chocolate and kitchen mishaps. This year I was [...]

  363. The Haiku Revolution from one who waxes non-poetic

    [...] May Of all the Blogathon 2012 theme days, this was my least anticipated. Haiku Day. Poetry. [...]

  364. Haiku | Speed River Journal: an urban naturalist's progress

    [...] WordCount Blogathon presents haiku day for pleasure and magnetism [...]

  365. Alternative Medicine Thoughts in Haiku… – Alternative Medicine For You

    [...] Today is Haiku Theme Day for bloggers who are participating in the 2012 Blogathon.  [...]

  366. Please — A book marketing haiku « Marcie Brock, Book Marketing Maven

    [...] am tackling poetry again in today’s blog as a part of the 2012 Word Count Blogathon. Today’s is Day 21 in the 31-day blog challenge. The theme for today is haiku, which means … [...]

  367. Haiku Monday: Little House in the Big Woods | Little House Travel

    [...] of the Blogathon theme days is a Haiku day. That’s [...]

  368. Intralingo

    [...] is another theme day for Blogathon 2012, when we are encouraged to write or feature haikus in our [...]

  369. Taking Off The Parenting Hat To Go On A Date « Running for Autism

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  370. Libertys Yarn » Snapshots, Stories, and Sass. (or How you can take pictures, make up stories, and save the world in 90 days or your money back.) » Reflections on Writing {Blogathon Haikus}

    [...] powers that be deemed today haiku day for Blogathon participants. I composed a few while writing other posts for the [...]

  371. Running With Purpose: A Photographic Record

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  372. A New Look

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  373. If I Started Blogging Today: Passion & Discipline | Speed River Journal

    [...] Your email:  This entry was posted in creativity and tagged blogging, brainstorming, carol lloyd, creativity, david campbell, discipline, passion. Bookmark the permalink. ← Bringing Inspiration Home [...]

  374. If I started blogging today, I would… | Victoria Musgrave

    [...] the Blogathon Challenge was the impetus to finally start blogging at my own domain name. I’ve launched a freelance [...]

  375. what i’ve learned about blogging

    [...] is another theme day for this year’s wordcount blogathon. bloggers are encouraged to start with the simple phrase: If I started blogging today I [...]

  376. A Look at Change: Growing Blogs, Medicine, and Alternative Medicine – Alternative Medicine For You

    [...] I would…” question that is the May 23 Theme Day topic for bloggers who are participating in the WordCount 2012 Blogathon, today’s topic is a look at [...]

  377. if I started blogging today… | Jennifer Willis

    [...] new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Today is a theme day in the 2012 Blogathon, and participants have been asked to complete the sentence, “If I started blogging [...]

  378. Homecomings

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  379. Autism, Emoticons, And Guilt

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  380. 8 Things Runners Should Do The Day Before A Race

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  381. The Queen Of The Stage

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  382. 7 Lessons In 13 Months Blogging | Better Business Better Life

    [...] of my favourites include the Ultimate Blogging Challenge, WordCount Blogathon and Content Palooza. You meet so many fabulous bloggers who in addition to blogging each day, [...]

  383. Wordle Surprise | Lise Capitan Traduction & Rédaction

    [...] is Blogathon Wordle [...]

  384. Alternative Medicine Wordle – Alternative Medicine For You

    [...] theme for the WordCount 2012 Blogathon challenges bloggers to create a Wordle “word cloud” image composed of words that define the [...]

  385. Toronto Womens Half-Marathon: Getting By With A Little Help From A Friend

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of May. Phaedra and I, sharing some post-race [...]

  386. Making Peace With A Tough Choice

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  387. Emerging Into The World Of Books

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  388. Blogathon 2012: lessons learned, and organizing the scatter | Jennifer Willis

    [...] we come to the end of another annual Blogathon, it’s time to reflect on what worked this month and what didn’t. At least, that’s [...]

  389. My Wordle: I Did It | Help! I'm Blogging

    [...] cannot believe I finished.  I completed my second WordCount Blogathon, this year, posting every day. I feel like I both ran a marathon and delivered a baby. The Wordle [...]

  390. Blogathon: I Did It! | Ann C. Logue

    [...] is the last day of the 2012 WordCount Blogathon. In one month, I have doubled the number of posts on my blog, found a niche for future posts [...]

  391. Blogathon 2012 |

    [...] Here’s what I liked and didn’t like about the challenge hosted by Michelle Rafter. [...]

  392. 7 Things I Gained By Doing the 2012 Blogathon | Motherlogue

    [...] I shared seven reasons why I was doing Michelle Rafter’s Blogathon again this year. In the same spirit, I’m closing out Blogathon 2012 with a list of seven [...]

  393. Sticks And Stones And Words That Hurt

    [...] am participating in the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon, which means one post every day for the month of [...]

  394. Lessons Learned from 31 Days of Blogging | Victoria Musgrave

    [...] the last 31 days, I’ve been participating in Michelle Rafter’s Blogathon. I signed up because I had just started to blog here on my portfolio site and needed to build up [...]

  395. 4 reasons to join a blogging challenge « My Morning Chocolate

    [...] I love vanilla and chocolate cupcakes, it didn’t feel right to end the month-long WordCount Blogathon challenge without a post that sums up the experience – and the benefits – that come [...]

  396. Writing: Beyond The Challenges

    [...] ran my second race of the season in Week 4, and wrote about how I found the zone. Highlights of the 2012 Wordcount Blogathon in [...]

  397. i made it!

    [...] the wordcount blogathon is officially over — and i made it! i published a post every day for 31 days in may. today, i [...]

  398. A is for Asterix, B is for Babar… « a discount ticket to everywhere

    [...] the 2012 WordCount Blogathon and a random chain of thoughts fizzing around in my head, I’ve decided to see if I can blog [...]

  399. Intralingo

    [...] the Blogathon in May, fellow participant and author Jennifer Willis commented to say she would like to see advice [...]

  400. 10 Cruise Blogs I Can't Live Without - Luxury Travel Mavens

    [...] May I’m par­tic­i­pat­ing in some­thing called the Word­Count Blo­gathon. It’s basi­cally a group of writ­ers who have chal­lenged each other to post each and every [...]

  401. NaBloPoMo « Her Muse

    [...] Google the entire “Mega Ultra Blogathon”. but I did Google blogathon and I found something. However, I’m not completely convinced that this is the event I’m looking for. [...]

  402. Dear WordCount: How can I be more consistent about adding posts to my blog? | WordCount

    [...] post 4 or 5 days a week during most of the year – I post every day during May when I host the WordCount Blogathon. Some weeks if I’m really on my game I write 2 or 3 posts on a Sunday afternoon or first [...]

  403. Blog Comments – Would You Like More? | Better Business Better Life

    [...] no one here has mentioned – join a blogging challenge. Whether it be Ultimate Blog Challenge, WordCount Blogathon or Pat’s monthly challenge get on board! Write helpful content, support your fellow [...]

  404. Guest post: 8 great reasons to do the Blogathon

    [...] the fifth year in a row, I’m joining Michelle in her WordCount Blogathon this [...]

  405. Danette

    Do I have to have a twitter account to do this? I don’t have one and not sure when/if I plan to get one.

  406. Dani

    Hi,

    The 31 posts in 31 days link is invalid.

    Here is one to my list if you wanna use it? hehe

    http://www.danimagestro.com/2013/05/20/30-days-30-posts/

  407. Ray

    So sorry to have missed this, as I like such challenges. I will be looking forward to getting involved in this one in 2014. Something to look forward to in June.

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