31 Posts in 31 Days

I just finished reading The August Blog Challenge by Kelli Wise where she’s challenged herself to write 31 posts in 31 days (all under 350 words) and invited others to join her in the process.

What a fantastic idea! It’s great to give yourself a challenge and make yourself accountable by publicly telling your colleagues along the rest of the cyber-world.

So I want to invite any of my readers to follow Kelli’s lead and join the fun. I’ll put out my personal challenge to you… yes, I’m challenging you… to become a super blogger by writing 31 posts in 31 days.

I just read Kelli’s blog post now and by the time you read this we may already be several days into August, but it doesn’t matter. Start now anyway.

As a little encouragement, if you accept Kelli’s challenge and do the 31 posts in 31 days, I’ll  buy you a super duper Blogging Star trophy that you can put on your mantle as a sign of your achievement.

Seriously! Let’s have some fun with Kelli’s challenge!

I’ll put just a couple conditions on this:

  • In the event the whole world takes me up on my offer, I’m going to limit this to the first 100 people to complete the task
  • And so this doesn’t drag on forever, you have to start the challenge before August 15th, 2012.

What if you don’t have a blog or aren’t sure how to set one up. Then follow this blog. I’ll give you a little instruction over the next little while to help you out as well as some writing ideas.

Let me know that you are going to join the challenge by introducing yourself and putting a link to your blog in the comments section below. And of course, feel free to share this with your Friends. Gather some support and help one another with the challenge.

Eric Brown of BodyworkBiz (an online massage business resource) also owns Thermal Palms, Relax to the Max, World Massage Conference and Massage Therapy Radio. Sign up for the free BodyworkBiz massage marketing newsletter at http://bodyworkbiz.com/newsletter.php


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76 thoughts on “31 Posts in 31 Days

  1. I’m in!! Here’s my newest blog. This is a good challenge for me. I start TONS of different websites and blogs and then fizzle out with the posting. Then start over and over and…..see??!! This will keep me committed and develop a great habit of consistency…I hope!

  2. Im memstar2 and I have a blogger acct. Im actually not sure how it links to my website
    which is marystarkmassage.com. I see my web person on friday. at that point maybe I will come to understand how my blog links to my web address. I’m looking forward to this. and the trophy of course!
    mary stark

  3. This is really good for me, too! I started this blog a few months ago, and have not come close to keeping it up! It is good for me to get my brain thinking along the blog line…..it will stimulate my creativity!


  4. Sure, you just have a couple of catch up days to do. As long as you can get the 31 posts in by Sept 15th you’re a contender.

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  8. Eric,
    Would developing a downloadable template to turn our best blogs into a client newsletter be harder or easier for you than buying a bunch of trophies and mailing them to us? P.S. I’d rather have a template, although the trophy is what motivated me and kick-started me on this thrilling, time-consuming adventure in breaking free from a 40+ year writing block. Thank you sooo much, except the laundry is piling up!

  9. I’m not exactly sure what you might be asking for Rosi. Can you clarify or give me some more details in terms of what you’re looking for?

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