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How will you be using A to Z to your best advantage?
From that first year in 2010 I realized the potential of an event like the April Challenge. It was a great way to meet new bloggers and add to followers to ones own blog. Now after four Challenges we've seen the endless possibilities that A to Z has to offer. Each year brings talented bloggers with innovative ideas to try as well as tried and true methods of improving content generation, reaching out to community, and bettering oneself as a blogger.
Among the ongoing A to Z community and the A to Z alumni, proudly displaying A to Z badges and other identifiers is a mark of achievement. A to Z has become a blogging institution of integrity.
How has A to Z helped you? How can you make the Challenge serve your needs?
These are some questions we'll be exploring in the next coming months. If you've given up on the April Challenge or have considered not doing it again in 2014, think again. You may be overlooking some important potentials offered by the A to Z Challenge.
Want to Start a Blogging Wildfire?
Please check out my Monday November 11 post at Tossing It Out. You don't have to read the entire thing, but scroll down to the last section. I'm planting some seeds of thought that I hope to start sowing more extensively in the next couple of weeks.
Or if you'd rather just skip the Tossing It Out post and visit the post that started my thinking, then go to the post by Yolanda Renée at A Faraway View. This post might make you think. But this post is only a starting point for something else. Something that will come later. Be sure to leave Yolanda a comment about her post so we know that you were there.
How has the A to Z Challenge helped you? Are you looking for more readers on your blog? Do you think there is any tried and true formula for increasing blog followers or subscribers who actually come back to read your posts?