Thanks to all those who signed up for the Theme Reveal for the A to Z Challenge!
It's that time of the year again, bloggers!
Welcome to the 2023 A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal!
***Note: This is a separate event, for those who want to announce their A to Z theme. You will still have to sign up for the Master List to participate! The Master List opens on March 26th! There will be a post!***
If you are planning to do a theme on your blog in April, this is your chance to share it with all of us!
Step 1: Write a Theme Reveal post and publish it on your blog. Tell us what theme you chose for yourself this year!
Step 2: Fill out this form (link) to sign up! Make sure you put in the direct link to your theme reveal post, not to your blog in general! And don't forget to take a look at our list of Categories!
Step 3: Head over to the list of participants (link), and visit others to see what themes they are doing! If you take a copy now (File> Make a Copy), be sure to come back after sign-ups close to grab the information of the rest of the participants.
Please join the Theme Reveal by March 18th. After that, this form will be closed. The Master List for the challenge will open on March 26th!
A blog hop is a way to share your blog while also visiting, or hopping, to other blogs using the links of the participants. It's a way to network, increase engagement, and build a community.A few mentioned that they hate it when someone links up in the hop and then doesn't comment on any other participating links. Others mentioned feeling too much pressure to comment on all the blogs.
Listen up: MOST people do not manage to visit EVERY blog in the A to Z challenge in April. There were 1,344 blogs in 2016. And 1,509 in 2015. BUT, if everyone makes an effort to comment on as many blogs as your schedule will allow, there are good odds that everyone will be visited.
|^ Probably NOT a photo of Arlee, Zalka, John, Jayden, and J ^|
(Strikingly similar though, right?)
If that's important to you, end your post with an open-ended question (so that people have something inspiring and original to write about in the comments); and also ask them NOT to leave a link, but rather to include their "blog name as it appears on the A to Z challenge Master List."The Master List is searchable. You'd have a way to find the person who left a comment. Yes, this method will require a few more clicks, a bit more effort to reciprocate a comment. It could work though. Bonus: It requires no HTML.