Today is day twenty of the video blogging challenge, which means we only have ten more days to go until the challenge ends!
I made a video discussing what I intend to work on this weekend. Watch the video or read the text.
Watch the Video:
Video Blogging Challenge Ends Soon
There are two weeks left to the challenge; another ten days to create video, and then you are free and clear of the video blogging challenge for a couple of months. 🙂
If you’re just visiting us for the first time, the video blogging challenge is an activity that I encourage you to do every couple of months so you can create videos to share with your tribe.
You create the videos Monday through Friday, but you take the weekend off to spend time with your loved ones. I love watching the videos you create, but I am not a slave driver. 🙂
Over the weekend, I will be preparing additional infographics and templates with PowerPoint. Hopefully, I will be answering a few emails regarding my barter offer to get written content too!
If not, I will plug along on the project as a solo player and get it done as fast as I can. It might take longer than I would like, but the graphic package will eventually get done.
I have the house all to myself this weekend because it’s hunting season, and my partner will be out in the woods with his bow and arrow. We love venison, and he hopes to bag a deer on the first day.
I know better because, after all, we’ve been together for 23 years, and he goes out into the woods every chance he gets when hunting season opens.
I believe in all the years we’ve spent together, he has bagged a total of three animals. Now, if he tells you the stories, he would claim there were plenty more of them.
I am participating in two blogging challenges this month. One for the Ultra Blog Challenge and the other for the Ultimate Blogging Challenge in addition to my Article Writing Challenge on Facebook.
I will need to concentrate on creating various pieces of content. It’s a lovely thought getting new people to the blog, but the workload can get pretty hefty at times too. One might say I take on too many challenges at one time, but I do love the conversations!
If you want more visitors to your blog, there isn’t any other choice but to produce content, constantly. As long as you can handle the workload, I say go for it. It’s a great way to make new friends and keep your blog content fresh, informative and educational.
How many challenges do you take on in a month’s time? Leave a comment below and let me know!
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