Are you up for a challenging September, blog-wise? I propose to have a September Blogging Challenge on Everyday Gyaan. Consider this an invitation to you!
All you need to do is:
- Commit to blogging 5 days a week (Monday – Friday)¬†through September. Okay, so I know that we all slip up and there might be days that you will skip it, but let’s commit to it and take it from there, shall we?
- Fill in this form that will capture your name, your blog URL and your Twitter handle.
- Start planning your posts and schedule, in advance as many of them as you can.
- Add your links to the day’s linky on Everyday Gyaan and visit and comment on the posts of atleast three other participants.
What I will commit to:
- Encouraging you to blog through September.
- Creating a linky for every day of ¬†the September Challenge on Everyday Gyaan.
- Sharing with you some ideas for posts via a prompt page.
- Tweeting all your posts through the month.
- Having a separate blog sharing thread in the Write Tribe Pro Blogger Facebook Group. If you’re not a member, you can request to join and I’ll let you in.
What are you waiting for then? ūüôā ¬†Sign up here today!
If you have questions ask them in the comments here below or use the contact form on Everyday Gyaan.
If you’re taking part in this challenge and blogging through the month, you might like to consider signing up for these two challenges as well.
- September’s NaBloPoMo¬†with it’s lovely theme of ¬†‘Lessons’.
- Sarah and Kevin Arrow’s 30 Day Challenge. Do check the link to see what a blogging challenge can do for you.
Looking forward to a challenging September with you!
#100WordsonSaturday 29¬†August 2015
How does this work?
- You write a 100 words in response to our prompt/or on any subject and post it on your blog. Remember to include a link back to this post.
- Then add the link to our linky below.
- Visit and comment on at least two or as many linked posts as you can.
- The linky will stay open until the following Friday.
- You can grab the 100 Words on Saturday badge here.
Today’s prompt: ¬†writing my/his/her heart out