Are you planning to post every day, or at least every week of 2012? Add a Post a Day or Post a Week badge to your sidebar! (Find image widget instructions here.)
Be sure to have the image link back to http://dailypost.wordpress.com to help spread the word about the challenge!
We apologize that these weren’t available sooner. As for tagging your posts, we’re going to keep it simple this year, so please start using the postaday tag in replacement of postaday2011 or postaweek2011.
To see all the latest posts published by other participants, add postaday as a topic in your reader using the “Add a topic” box in the bottom left corner.
So, what’s going to be different about your blog this year?
Remember when you first decided to take on the Post a Day/Week Challenge?
Well, you made it to the end — congratulations! Now is the perfect time to reflect on your 2011 in blogging, and your goals for 2012.
Here are eleven questions to help you determine your blogging strategy for the new year:
- Why did you start the Post a Day/Week Challenge?
- Describe the state of your blog at the time you started the challenge.
- How did your blog evolve over the course of the challenge?
- Did you post as often as you had hoped? Why or why not?
- What type of blogging strategy works best for you?
- If you could go back to the beginning, what would you do differently?
- What are you most proud of accomplishing this year?
- Name 3 great blogs you discovered through the challenge.
- What surprised you about the challenge?
- What advice would you give to others who want to blog regularly?
- What are your blogging goals for 2012?
Don’t forget to use the postaday2011 tag to make it easy for others to find your 2011 reflection when browsing the latest in postaday2011 posts!
Happy New Year from all of us at The Daily Post!
National Novel Writing Month 2011 begins at midnight. Are you participating this year? If you’ve participated before, have any tips to share?
Remember to tag your posts with nanowrimo2011 if you want to make it easy for others to check out your NaNoWriMo updates and/or novel progress. To see what other participants are up to, you can browse the nanowrimo2011 tag pages at http://en.wordpress.com/tag/nanowrimo2011.
Lastly, congratulations to our Post a Day/Week participants who have made it through month ten! Good luck this November! Whether or not you’ll be working on a novel, we’ll keep the daily prompts coming.
Congratulations on making it to month ten of the challenge! Now that October is here, the end of Post a Day/Week 2011 is in sight. How about ending the year with a bang by completing a novel this November?
Prepare for National Novel Writing Month with the Post a Day Challenge!
Are you participating in NaNoWriMo 2011?
So, Post a Day and Post a Week participants, how are you and your blog doing?
Regardless of whether or not you started the challenge at the beginning of the year, we’re stoked to see that you guys are blogging regularly, creating awesome content, and making new friends in the blogosphere.
Tell us, when did you start doing Post a Day/Week, and what have you enjoyed most about it so far?
Six months ago, we kicked off the Post a Day/Post a Week challenge to provide creative inspiration, connect you with others in the WordPress.com community, and most importantly, to help you to meet your blogging goals.
Curious about who’s been going strong since the very beginning? Here are some of the most active challenge participants (click the images to visit the sites):
Less is More
The Laughing Housewife
Mirth and Motivation
Writers' Resource LLC
How’s your blog coming along? What’s been your favorite part of the challenge? Is there anything you want to see more (or less) of here at The Daily Post?