Pedro’s back and ready to help bloggers everywhere get organized and spend some time working on that blogging to-do list that never seems to go away! (Remember, Pedro stands for Plan. Edit. Develop. Review. Organize.) I wasn’t planning on participating this weekend, but as it stands, I have some free time since Jim is still in Texas. Here’s my list of things I hope to accomplish this weekend.
- Ohio Moms’ Blog articles
Challenges Page Sidebar Updates Organize Google Reader Check links (Previous mini-challenge: Karin from Karin’s Book Nook (@kperry)– The dreaded 404 error pages. It’s time to go on a dead link hunt!) Grade blog (Previous mini-challenge: Ruth from Bookish Ruth (@bookishruth)– Have you ever had your blog anaylzed? Now’s the chance!) Change Twitter name to reflect the new blog title
- Rainy day posts
BBAW post for registration Link to Ohio Moms’ Blog Mini-challenge #1: Kim and Jackie at the Blog Improvement Project (@kimthedork and @farmlanebooks) – Take a step back and view your blog as a whole. Where do you want to go from here? On goals and analyzing your blogs (I’d do this one early and first). Mini-challenge #2: Jennifer at Girls Gone Reading (@girlsgonereadin)- Do you have a review policy? Do you even need or want one? Mini-challenge #3: Sarah at Puss Reboots (@pussreboots) – What is RSS and how to make it so your feed is easily discoverable. Mini-challenge #4: Pam from MotherReader (@MotherReader) – Be brave in your writing and push the limits of what your comfortable with. Mini-challenge #5: Danielle at There’s a Book (@the1stdaughter) – Do you know what programs you can use to discover your stats and what the heck do they mean anyways? Mini-challenge #6: Cass at Bonjour Cass (@bonjourcass) – It’s often said the best part of book blogging is the community. Go discover them in this commenting challenge! Clean out Google reader! Back up blog.
Unlike last time, I will most likely just keep crossing items off the list as I accomplish them. Check back and see how well I do!
Ready, set, Bloggiesta!!