Anybody else doing it? Maybe I missed a topic, but if not, thought I'd throw it out there. I'm doing NaBloPoMo, or National Blog Post Month, the bloggy equivalent of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). I wanted to see if anyone else was doing it.
Basically, you post on your blog every day for the month of November. From what I gather, the goal is to update a lot of content to your space and potentially generate more traffic, but the main thing is the daily, creative content. I think you can 'cheat' with surveys, images, and tags, so long as you are updating every day.
As far as accountability, I think there a few options to sign up out there--I believe the startup was BlogHer, and I think that's where I'm signed up because you are put in for a variety of prizes at the end. Mostly, I just wanted to join the blogging party.
Here's a link if you're interested:
I think it's a great idea, because although it seems simple enough it's going to be a big challenge for me. It already has been, when I barely remembered to post last night, and this is only the 3rd day of November. I'm sure a lot of you are like me and extremely busy, so doing this is going to be great for me.
Oh, and here is my blog if you are interested :) I'm blogging about graduate school in a new city, and figuring out 'adult' life while working two internships and trying to date/have friends and be social/write my novel/do everything else, all at once.
I'm doing it! Although I'm starting an internship for my Masters in the middle of the month, so it may just descend into total anarchy and pictures of Tom Hiddleston being adorable...
I am sort of doing a mixture of NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo. Pretty much I am scrapping all the rules and just making a goal of writing 500 words a day on blog-like content as a way to try and get back into blogging.
I am not going to post everyday, but I am using the competition as a way to start getting back into the habit of blogging a few times a week. (I took a bit of a hiatus after I finished school to work some adult-like things out in my life).