Bloggiesta Mini-Challenges

blogiestaI just checked out the Bloggiesta mini-challenges, and I’ve decided to add these ones to my Bloggiesta list:

The Book Lady’s Blog: Clean up your feedreader. This is something I’ve been thinking about doing – I even posted about blog overload recently! My plan is to borrow an idea that Beth F. suggested to me: place the blogs that I am subscribed to in alphabetical folders.

Speaking of Beth F., I’m also going to be doing her challenge: Write a post and save it for another day. I’m not sure whether I’ll write an opinion post or a list post, but I have ideas for both in my blogging notebook, so I have quite a few choices.

I love blog commenting, although I don’t have as much time for it as I’d like. So I’ll be doing Fizzy Thought’s challenge: Go forth and comment!

Some time today I’ll also be heading over to GalleySmith’s and linking to something on here in her comments section with the proper anchor text. Unless a blog has enabled do-follow comments (for example, when you comment here, Comment Luv is activated and you get an SEO-valid link back to your latest post), you’re not going to get major SEO benefits from links in your comments on that blog, but it’s still a VERY good reminder to always use related anchor text when creating links to your blog!

The final mini-challenge I’m going to attempt is Book Blather’s blogging tips and tutorials challenge.  The idea is to go through this  list of blogging tips and tutorials at Problogger and learn a new tip (and possibly put it to good use over Bloggiesta!). This one sounds like fun.

Are you in Bloggiesta? Which mini-challenges are you going to tackle? Even if you’re not doing Bloggiesta, do any of these mini-challenges sound like fun to you?

8 thoughts on “Bloggiesta Mini-Challenges

  1. Nan

    I’ve been having a blast with the mini challenges! When i signed up to join the bloggiesta at the last minute today, I thought I would spend just a little time on it since I had other things to do today. Well my schedule went out the window and I’ve spent a good part of the day working on this project. Thanks for sharing your thoughts – I’ve enjoyed peeking through your blog.

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  2. Rebecca

    I like this idea. Just tonight I decided to organize my subscriptions in my feeder into Daily Reads, Weekly Reads, and then those I like to read but don’t always comment on-I lurk :O. Sometimes I avoid my GR because of the # of posts I know I need to read. It has already helped me to feel less overwhelmed. By the way, you, of course, are in my Daily reads folder. :)
    .-= Rebecca´s last blog ..Literary Links of Note =-.

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