6 responses to “31 lessons from blogging 31 days”

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  2. Jan Udlock

    Great summary! Thanks for being the queen of Blogathon 2010. You encouraged and taught many of us. Can’t wait until next year.

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  4. Danielle Buffardi -PenPoint Editorial

    Great, great post.

    All 30 points are very true.

    Next year I will pre-write posts so that I don’t feel like I have to devote an hour each day to thinking of something to write.

  5. Doug Bruns

    Terrific points, simple ideas. Thanks for the summary. I find number 3 to be particularly helpful. I make outlines and sketchs for my (non-blog) writing, but it never occured to me to make a plan for my blog. I use my blog to generate ideas which often find their way into other writing efforts, essays, a book in progress, and so on. I like to refer to it, my blog, as my workshop, but it occures now that I would be well served to bring a bit more consideration and perhaps depend a tad less on serendipity to the effort. Thanks again.
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  6. Sandipan

    One of the most important challenges before a blogger is figuring out how to enrich and add value to the audience and in so doing to stand out from the pack in a meaningful way.