Want to build a better blog but don't know where to start?

Lori Halley 02 October 2007 1 comments

Michel Martin over at the Bamboo Project Blog is doing great work with blogging lately. Last month, she participated in Problogger's 31 Days To Build A Better Blog challenge and shared some useful results. After wrapping up the challenge, she decided to keep it going by setting up a community at Ning.

"We are a community of bloggers committed to working together to improve the quality of our blogs and the blogging experience.  Our goal is to discuss blogging best practices and providing weekly challenges to help us continue to grow as bloggers."

She is inviting others who are interested in learning and growing as a blogger to join the community and I certainly have.

And here are some good articles on blogging from the Ning community members:

To Join the Build a Better Blog

If you're already a member of Ning, then all you need to do is sign in to Building a Better Blog.

If this is your first time joining a Ning network, then sign up for an account and join the community.

Hope to see you there!

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Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Tuesday, 02 October 2007 at 2:00 PM

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Comments

  • Michele Martin said:

    Tuesday, 02 October 2007 at 10:02 AM

    Wow, Soha--Thanks for the plug!

    One of the great benefits of the community has been the support of other bloggers and the fact that we've been continuing to do weekly challenges to grow our blogs. It's an interesting mix of people, most of whom come from the edu-blog and nonprofit worlds, with some personal and business bloggers thrown in for fun. What has amazed me has been the helpfulness of the community and their ongoing engagement. They adopt new people immediately and are ready and willing with good, targeted advice. It's really a great group--as you know. :-)

    Again, thanks for writing about us and I hope people really will join us--we're having a great time!

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