Last year, I participated in vDM30in30, a spin-off/shout-out to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) but focused on bloggers. The goal is to write 30 blog posts in 30 days. It’s a spinoff from virtualdesignmaster.com, but it’s not just for people in the virtualization community. It’s for anyone who has a blog – or always wanted to start a blog – and wants to try for 30 blog posts in November.
The goal is 30 posts in 30 days. Some people do one post a day, some just write whenever the mood strikes. Some schedule all 30 posts ahead of time, some schedule a few or none. Some posts are really long, others just a paragraph or two. Some people write all 30 posts or even more, others don’t (I only got to 25 last year). It’s whatever you want it to be. What’s important is that you’re practicing your writing skills, getting into the habit of writing, and sharing with others. All you need to do is tag your blog posts with the category vDM30in30 and use the hashtag #vDM30in30 if you publicize on social media.
So, are you with me?
Learn more about vDM30in30 here and keep up with everyone’s posts by tracking the hashtag. You can also tweet your participation @discoposse to be added to the vDM30in30 list.