Friday, June 11, 2010

It's Time for Bloggiesta!


Bloggiesta is a weekend-long event hosted by Maw Books Blog in which participants used the time to make changes and improvements to their own blogs, as well as complete mini-challenges hosted by other blogs in conjunction with the event. Giveaways are included in the event, but to me that's just icing on the cake. After taking a peek at my old Blog Improvement Project list, I decided it was worth it for me to participate, as I was able to compile a decent-size to-do list of ways I could devote my time to my blog. I will also be keeping track of the total hours spent on Bloggiesta activities to report in my final summary post.

Here are the tasks that I hope to devote some time to:

1. Organize Google Feed Reader.

2. Decide on and write a privacy policy.

3. Design a unique rating system for book reviews.

4. Make a calendar of my posting schedule.

5. Implement a floating feedback button.

6. Finish posts that I've started. (I have several.)

7. Link up book reviews with hosting sites for my reading challenges.

8. Edit my disclosure policy and review policy.

9. Make a list of contacts that I receive books from for reviewing.

10. Learn how to put my quotes in html blocks.

11. Add a copyright notice in Feed Burner.


Are you participating in Bloggiesta?

4 comments:

The Book Vixen said...

I can't wait to see your rating system when it's done!

I just recently bought a planner/calendar just for my blog and it's wonderful! I highly recommend doing this. It keeps me so much more organized.

What's a floating feedback button?

Great list! I hope you get to accomplish everything on your list!

My Bloggiest List

elizabeth said...

I am participating! Haven't got a lot done yet, but I will!

Mystee said...

Good luck on your goals :) ...hope your having a great bloggiesta weekend.

Mystee
http://amomentwithmystee.blogspot.com/

Maw Books said...

I love seeing those crossed off items on your to do list! Fantastic bloggiesta!

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