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September 28, 2012

Bloggiesta: To Do List




It's Bloggiesta Time! This is the first time I'm officially participating AND I was chosen as a mini-challenge host. If you are looking for policies and procedures that will make your blog effective, efficient, and legal hop over to yesterday's post. Here's my To Do List for the weekend. I need to finalize some stuff for a tour I'm organizing in October, so I'm not sure how much I will get done. I'll update this post as I complete tasks.

  • Add Goodreads shelves back to sidebar
  • Delete any unused sidebar place holders
  • Update Home page slide show click the Home button to view
  • Write 2 1 reviews (see the review)
  • Update Disclaimers page (click on the Disclaimer tab above)
  • Add Contest Rules page
  • Make graphics for Meet the Author Mondays, Writer Wednesdays, and Friday Fun
  • Finish October newsletter You can view it here (if you want to sign up for my monthly newsletter click the tab above.
The graphics I made:




Check out all the other mini-challenges where you can learn some great tips and tricks to make your blogging even better!

Feel free to leave links to your To Do list or other Bloggiesta posts in the comment section.
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15 comments:

  1. What an organized list! It's my first visit here to your blog and I am so impressed with your guest blogs, TONS of reviews, and overall design. Looks great!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I changed the template for my blog last month which is why the first two items on my list.

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  2. Great list. I should work on some graphics....Well, maybe next Bloggiesta. My list is pretty long already.

    Thanks so much for your mini-challenge. I actually used it yesterday to make some fine print for my giveaways. I'll come back later to report on that.

    Right now, I'm in cheering mode! So "Yay, you!" and have a great Bloggiesta!

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  3. I see you are making progress with your list! :D Great job!

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  4. Great list! And you've already started crossing things off too. Nice! Hope you have a fun and productive Bloggiesta!

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  5. You've already done so much! It feels great to cross things off, but I also keep finding new things I want to accomplish. Good luck on the rest of your goals, but you're well on your way!

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  6. It looks like you're really on a roll to getting things done! Thanks for stopping by yesterday. :-)

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  7. Looks like you've gotten a bit done already. I love these weekends - I always feel so productive and energized afterwards!

    Good luck with the rest of your goals.
    ~Kristin @ Always With a Book

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  8. Feels so good to get things crossed off. I need to do more of that ;) But tonight I'm being social, and that's part of the fun, too! (That's what I keep telling myself as I procrastinate on yet another task...)

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  9. Looks like you've had a great Bloggiesta! Love your new graphics -- especially the Friday Fun one. It's so cheerful and fits nicely with your blog theme.

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    1. I've been working on the Friday Fun for a bit more than this weekend and it's my favorite too. I might continue working on Meet the Author but the feature starts tomorrow so wanted something.

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  10. I really like the look of your blog. My first item was switch to self-hosted WordPress from WordPress.com, and it took me most of the day today, so I didn't get anything else done. Except I did procrastinate with a Ten Signs You're Obsessed with Book Blogging post this morning!
    http://baystatera.com/ten-signs-youre-obsessed-with-book-blogging-and-bloggiesta/

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    1. Congratulations. That's a big task to take on. I like to keep it simple with Blogger.

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  11. Great job on getting so much of your Bloggiesta to-do list completed! Love the buttons--what program did you use to create them?

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    1. Thanks! I used Photobucket. It has a bunch of new editing options (the advance option is a lot like using Gimp or photoshop), I just used the basic options. The table and chairs photo was a free download from Dreamstime.com and the book was an open domain image.

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