Taking part in a group challenge is the perfect way to stay motivated and to get things done. I wrote about the benefits in a previous post called 10 Reasons You Should Join a 30 Day Writing Challenge.
This month I am going to work hard on this 30 Day Blog Posting Challenge.
Now I am calling this a blog posting challenge because I will not always be creating content from scratch. I am challenging myself to publish content once a day for the month.
3 Ways I Will Add Content to My Websites
The 3 ways that I will be adding content to my websites is by
- Creating new posts
- Using PLR articles
- Re-purposing older content from old blogs or Web 2.0 properties.
I have a couple of blogs that I want to add content to so I will be using the above methods in order to complete this challenge.
Some articles that were once on sites like Squidoo and Hubpages will be copied onto my own sites with affiliate links to Amazon. Let’s see if I can make a little commission from my own domains.
How I Will Stay Motivated On This Challenge
I am a member of two article writing groups over on Facebook. These groups will help to keep me accountable. I will publish my post for the day then head over and add my link in those groups.
I will also provide support to the other members by visiting their websites, leaving comments and sharing their content using my Facebook page, my Google + account or my Twitter account.
Click on the links below to join these Facebook Groups
Would You Like To Join The Challenge?
Anyone and everyone is welcome. Simply click on one or both of the links above, introduce yourself to the group and get writing. You can jump in at any time so don’t worry about missing the beginning of the month.
So this is my first post for the challenge. Done, dusted, published and shared!
Good luck to everyone and happy writing
Have Your Say: What sort of things do you do in order to stay motivated to get your online tasks done? Do you have an accountability partner? I would love you to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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