6 responses to “Our favorite posts from the 2010 WordCount Blogathon”

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  3. Jackie Dishner

    Jane Boursaw’s link took me to another writer’s post, and I really wanted to read the interview with Tom Hanks, too. Can you fix that?

  4. Jackie Dishner

    Thanks! I know that’s one thing more to do, but I went to search her site and could not find the dang post. I may have been at the old b5media site…

    Anyway, thanks so much, Michelle, for taking on what I know has become for you a herculean task. The growth of the WordCount Blogathon, though, shows you how extremely useful it is for bloggers, beginner and otherwise. I know I look forward to it every year, and generally can’t wait a whole year, winding up organizing one of my own with my speaker friends. I find it very inspiring and motivating–and each year it gives me impetus to try something new on the blog or add a new gadget or tool. This year, I figured out how to do Google Analytics. The Blogathon works in mysterious ways, I tell you.

    So thank you for all the hard work, thank you for beging so inspiring that other people want to help make it a success, and thank you for having a blog where I can come to keep learning.

    Now, I really can’t wait till next year. See you on June 1st!

    All my best,

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