6 responses to “Cheat your way into blogging every day”

  1. Connie Clark

    Okay, does it count toward your daily blogging requirement if you comment on someone else’s blog? What if you write a really astute comment that takes you, like, an entire half hour to craft? (Not that I often have astute comments, but once every decade or so I get something.)
    And what if the original blogger is in your own field, and you can include a link to your own site or blog, and it results in more exposure for your own book? Does it count? Because I could easily get away with that for a few days.
    Oh and hey, it’s nice to see you here, Michelle. I used to work for you at Miramar!

    1. Connie Clark

      Michelle, thank you, that is an absolutely brilliant idea. Yes, the blogger is a big name in my field. So by posting about the discussion on my own blog, I help build traffic to my site. But there’s an even bigger advantage. My “paid” blog is at my publisher’s site. If I post about the discussion on that blog, it’s completely relevant to a proposal I just happened to send that publisher. The timing would be perfect. Great idea, thanks!
      P.S. Awesome blog. I’m bookmarking this!

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  3. Margarita Tartakovsky

    Fantastic post, Michelle! Thanks for the great ideas & inspiration. I also love the title. 🙂

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