Want more traffic on your blog?
Want to raise your profile in the world of children's literature?
Want more readers?
Want to be a vital member of the children's literature community?
Okay, I know that sounds like you're being spammed or perhaps mistakenly Tivo-ed some infomercial, but hold on, because Today is the start of the fourth annual Comment Challenge!
Cooked up by MotherReader and myself back in 2008, the idea is that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. And the habit that does all of those things above (more traffic, higher profile, more readers, greater sense of belonging to the kid lit community) is to comment on other kid lit community blogs.
The challenge is to comment on FIVE kid lit blogs a day for 21 days. Any five. You choose. (The members of SCBWI Team Blog (Lee, Martha, Jolie, Jaime and Suzanne), as well as the lists at the kidlitosphere site are both good places to start.)
So in those 21 days you're aiming for 100 comments (and yes, you get one day off for good behavior.)
|Just five a day for a healthier, happier YOU.|
You can sign in over at MotherReaders and we'll be doing weekly Wednesday check-ins at my home blog, "I'm Here. I'm Queer. What the Hell do I Read?"
MotherReader and I will have some fun give-aways for randomly chosen participants, but the real prize is creating an awesome new habit of engaging more fully with our community.
So how about it?
Are you up for The Comment Challenge?
Sign up now!
Illustrate and Write On,