Blogging For’s Official 7 Link Challenge Response 7links, What s Yours

In response to Karen over at A Meaningful Existence and in partake of the 7 Link Challenge by Darren Rowse over at Problogger.net, today’s post is going to be a fun one. But don’t worry, it’s carrying the flair of what I’ve been talking about the last week or so.

Strangely, before I’ve even read Write A Link Post, it’s already been said in integrating relative conversations into a new blog post. Call me late, but that really justify my position with blogging in heading towards a progressive path. Sweet!

Now, let’s cut to the chase.

What is the 7 Link Challenge?

Problogger Logoe main aim of doing this challenge is to create a list postthat highlights some of the posts in your archives to new readers (a sneeze page), that links out to another blog and that hopefully is a little fun (and not too much work) to do.

Simply put, it’s a short exercise to get you to list out your favorite posts so that you can bring it to the attention of your readers about who you are as a blogger all the while including the practice of linking in and out to other blogs.

Pretty simple huh? Absolutely! When you’re done reading through, I’d love to read your 7 links if any. Just share them below. Without further ado, here’s my response:

1. Your first post: How Blog Profits Blueprint Got Me – this post while it is autobiographical in nature, also reviews Yaro Starak’s Blog Profits Blueprint which started out the blazing path for this blog. Read it to know a little bit more about me and also why I went into blogging. You’ll also see how the main aim of this blog has changed slightly towards aesthetics and process.

2. A post you enjoyed writing the most: Over 50 E-Stuff Online FREE! – this is a two part series which I felt it was something I needed to share with my fellow readers. It’s a resourceful list which became the e-library but in writing it, putting all the reports I’ve gathered over the pass few months and giving it back to the blogosphere really was worth it.

3. A post which had a great discussion: A Post of Gratitude to All My Friends and Bloggers – the first month in, on the same date as my husband’s birthday, I decided to showcase a list of other bloggers who I’m thankful for allowing me to connect with. Labeling their position in regards to where I was at the moment in the blogosphere, I explained how they have influenced me.

4. A post on someone else’s blog that you wish you’d written: Now I’m going to break the rules with this one and say that SiteSketch101 always have stellar articles. I admire Nicholas Cardot, the blogger behind the site. Not only is he an articulate writer but one who knows what passion is through content, design and influence.

5. Your most helpful post: This Blog’s 1st Week, Actions Taken – transparency is everything when you’re blogging online, my first attempt to display that was in this post. It led on to become the timeline which continues to document this blog so that readers can see what I’m doing, where I’m at and how long I’ve been blogging. See for yourself, how far back this blog has been documented.

6. A post with a title that you are proud of: How to Find Backdoor Sites That Are Great For Building High Ranking Backlinks to YOUR Site – not only did I had fun writing this post up but I felt like a genius for this title alone. It continued to fuel the excitement with wordplay as writing posts becomes more a matter of having readers click through.

7. A post that you wish more people had read: 100th Post and Giveaway! So How Do You Overcome Blogger’s Shyness? – this post is still fairly new but it’s in celebration of this blog’s 100th post and the best part is I’m giving away something. So if you haven’t read it yet, find out how you can get a gift from me just for tweeting and commenting!

What the 7 Link Challenge is Good For

When Karen posted her 7 Link Challenge, I followed through on all the links. Not only did I get to know Karen better as a blogger but I’m more aware of her contribution to the blogosphere. I was able to grasp the material Karen had on her site and not only did it allow me to take a closer look at what Karen writes about but also how remarkable her writing is.

Her blog over at A Meaningful Existence includes a page called Just For Today Challenge. If you subscribe you’ll receive the PDF version which is something I prefer. However, if you want to glance through at what’s inside, the challenges are all there for you to peruse.

Thanks Karen for passing along this challenge!

Your Turn!

Now, I’m calling you out. Join me with your response to the 7 link challenge. I’ll try my best to follow through when you provide your response. I also hope you’ll do the same for others who will link in. 7 links is a small price to pay for getting to know your fellow blogger better. Remember, this challenge is meant to highlight your best posts so roll up your sleeves and let ‘er rip!

You might also want to tag it with #7links in the title so other readers can enjoy what you have in Twitter. I look forward to reading some 7 link challenge responses and hope you enjoyed this article as much as I had in creating it.

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