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Blogging Goals – Final Reader Submissions

Posted By Darren Rowse 10th of June 2006 ProBlogger Site News 4


Thanks to everyone who has submitted entries in this week’s Blogging Goals Group Writing Project. There were 130 submissions in total (49 more than last time) – so many that it was a little overwhelming to keep up with listing them all – especially when I got distracted reading them all along the way!

What I was impressed about this week was the variety of blogs that were represented in terms of topics, genres, parts of the world and even language (we had a few non English submissions this week which was exciting).

Before you check out the latest batch of submissions – remember that there is no WINNER for each project but I do encourage you to surf through the list and find the posts that are winners in your own mind. Leave them an encouraging comments and post about them on your own blog. In the process I’m sure you’ll find some great new blogs (like I have in putting this project together this week).

Here’s the final reader submissions which will be added to the central page where you’ll see every post for the week. Enjoy!

Don’t forget to surf the list and link up to your favorites.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
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  1. Great list, guess I must have missed the deadline??? Maybe next year.


  2. Darren,

    Thank-you for pulling me into this project. Along the way I’ve bookmarked useful articles from blogs shared here, added three to my bloglines feed, and acquired an authors plugin for the team blog I’m in the process of putting together. Not a bad result at all.

  3. Gosh darnit, I often don’t get to touch your blog ’til the weekends!

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