8/2/08

Blog the Recession With Me!

Motherhood Uncensored has begun a movement! She's suggesting that everyone click through your feed readers (bloglines, feedburner, etc.) and read blogs at their actual site. Why? As she puts it:

"Just those extra page views can make a big difference for bloggers who could really use the help, or in my case, where page views don't matter so much, a big fat ego boost."

Here's how it works:

"The premise is simple. If you read blogs, then for the month of August, make the "pledge" to click through from your feed reader. No obligation to leave a hilarious comment or send a long stalkerish email (although both, within reason, are always lovely). Just click through to the blog (not on ads unless you are so led) and if you're feeling generous, click around to their older posts."

I know this blogosphere is a generous one and this is a noble cause. Plus, if you post about it telling your readers to do the same and send her a link to your post, she'll enter you for some cool prizes.

Hmm... helping other bloggers out... entering for cool prizes... sounds like fun to me!

8 comments:

Amanda said...

Heather, Cool Blog. I forgot about Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. I loved that movie as a kid.

tata said...

I found you through Kristin's site and before posting about it, I thought I'd go through and comment on all the blogs she listed, as well as those who left comments! So I'm in!!!

Tuesday Girl said...

Came from Kristen's site and trying to do my part!

TheAngelForever said...

I just joined the Blog the Recession. Such a great idea and fun as well. Another fun perk is finding great new blogs to frequent :)

Heather B. said...

Just dropping a "hello" In honor of the blog recession!

Caroline said...

I'm here to blog the recession! hello!

Daisy said...

I've been llucky in winning prizes lately, but I really signed up because it's such a simple way to help other bloggers. Hello, and click click!

b.q. said...

Hi! Just clickin through the recession. I think the title to your blog says it all! Take care.