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Jan 28 2013

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Blogathon2 Wrap-up

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Blogathon2

It was a very interesting weekend.  I would recommend bloggers to take part in the next Blogathon. There are always things -maintenance, improvement, blogging schedules, blogging ideas, writing posts in advance –that need to be done, but time is not always available. These things are always on my to-do list but never become top priority until it becomes a crisis.

This weekend gave me the opportunity to catch-up on the to-do-list that I neglect.

This was my first Blogathon. I decided to do the mini challenges. That was a brilliant idea. I learned a lot and was pushed into improving my blogs.

Here are a list of the mini challenges I took part in and the blog addresses you can visit:

1. How to Create a Blogging Planner @ A Jewel in the Making (An improved version of last year’s challenge)
2. Give to Get @ Holy Splendor
3. Grammar Police @ Holy Splendor
4. Blog Brand Consistency @ Newlywed Survival
6. Ad Management for Bloggers @ Geek With Style
7. How to Back Up Your Blog @ Geek With Style
8. Photo Editing Tools For Bloggers @ Geek With Style
9. Tips for Promoting Blog Posts on Facebook @ Biannual Blogathon Bash
10. Why Social Network Promotion is Important for Blogs @ Biannual Blogathon Bash
11. How to Develop, Write and Share Recipes On Your Blog @ Eating It Real
13. Google+ (Google Plus) Guide for Bloggers @ Biannual Blogathon Bash
14. Blogger’s Guide to LinkedIn @ Biannual Blogathon Bash
15. How to Get Paid Blogging Opps @ Sunshine and Sippy Cups
16. Cleaning Up Your Back End @ Makobi Scribe
17. Tips for Food Photography @ Confessio

 

Tired, but happy I look back at the weekend. It was a good weekend.  I learned about two new plugins, an easy way to back up my blog. I also realized there are many things I have in place already. This encourages me.

Here is the blogathon website address: http://www.biannualblogathonbash.com

Happy blogging.

 

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Retha Groenewald

Retha Groenewald, is a Christian, passionate about the Bible and author of fantasy novel The Four Faces. She loves storytelling, reading, researching, and writing. She has degrees in nutrition, business, law, and theology. She is a member of Elim in Durbanville. She lives in Western Cape, in beautiful South Africa.

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