Blogger Challenge: Build a Link Post

Blogger Challenge: Build a Link Post

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Task #7 in the Blogger ChallengeLink, link, link! Write a link post

The Details

This week, your task is to link to other blogs.  Write a post that highlights what another blogger (or bloggers) in your niche have written about. If you can find something relevant on another “31 Days” participant’s blog it’d be great to share some link love to other bloggers in the community.

My Link Post

As for me, I’ve got my link post scheduled for tomorrow.  I’ll be doing a “Ten on Tuesday” post.   I first saw the idea of “Ten on Tuesday” at A Grande Life and thought it was a great idea to share some of the latest links.  Religion Sucketh also does something similiar with his se7en links.

Another Idea

I also thought the “One Question Interviews Link Post” idea from the workbook looked like fun.  Here’s how it’s done:
  • Shoot a question out to another blogger (or bloggers) to gain their perspective on a topic relevant to your readers.
  • It takes a little coordination and some advanced planning
  • It is most effective when you email the same question to a handful of bloggers in your niche and then compile all the answers into one post side-by-side, so your readers can see different perspectives.
Now, if only I could think of a good question!

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Comments

  1. I’ve incorporated some of this already (such as in the post about How to Read the Bible in Context), and I have a few more slated to come up over the next couple of weeks. Some just reference one or 2 other blogs; at least one (about parenting daughters) should have at least 4 other sources.

    As for your question you want to ask, I’m not sure what you are looking for, but you could make it something like: “If you could go back x number of years in working with kids, what do you know / do now that you wish you knew / did back then?” Or, “What is the biggest challenge facing kidmin over the next 2 years?” Just some thoughts.

  2. Those are great question ideas Joey. Thanks so much for commenting! I hadn’t seen your Bible in Context post — I’ll have to check it out!

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