30 Days of Blogging

by Jennifer Miller on September 10, 2009

in Learning, Social Media

During my 30 Days of Tweeting Experiment in May, I jumped into Twitter with both feet and very low expectations. As it turned out, I loved Twitter. One of the delights of tweeting was discovering the blogsphere and its many opinionated, generous, insightful writers contained within. Before I knew it, I had set up a WordPress account and was cheerfully blogging along.

 So I guess it’s no surprise that I’m embarking on a “30 Days of Blogging” experiment hosted by Sandra Martini on her blog.  She’s challenging bloggers to post at least 30 times during one month.  She says by getting in the habit of “doing one ordinary thing each and every day”, we will move our business forward. If you’re on Twitter, you can follow the progress with the hashtag #30dayblog.

 Hmmm, what one “ordinary thing” could you do each day that would move you forward?  Let’s think about that for awhile. . .

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Richard September 16, 2009 at 11:25 am

Imagine what finding a different person each day to say thank you to might do. Ordinary but powerful.

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