Thank you for being an awesome community.

There we said it and how easy that went. Made us feel nice as well ! And yet people in an online world find it so tough to appreciate one another, so difficult to express gratitude.

What are the things one can say Thank You for?

1 When they read, comment and share your post

Acknowledge all the readers love that is there to appreciate ! It only helps grow your tribe

2 When someone shares a tip for your improvement

Engage with the tip and make sure you reach a conclusion on its implementation (if to be done and also how). Revert to that person with the updated action plan along with a note of thanks

3 When someone recommends you

This goes without saying, so much of work comes along thanks to mutual connections/assistance. Appreciate instantly !

4 When someone shares an idea with you

A lot of blogging occurs due to spontaneous inspiration which can be found almost anywhere and channelised through anyone. Appreciate that idea and look to embark on it.

5 When someone becomes a good friend for you in Blogging

This is a more extensive circle of gratitude. By virtue of Blogging, some people will always be in your circle. Loop them in on an everyday basis. Thank them for their constant support

How can you say Thank You?

1 Through mention on your blog

This is always fun, send them a back link and trunk load of thanks/compliments. It is all a fun way of building tribe !

2 Social media mentions

These are easy and quick. They build tribes online as well as help grow you readership/visibility !

3 Physical couriers

These are super cool ! Postcards, photographs or a lot more. They are sweetest way to send a thank you as well take forward the relationship

Around the challenge we have built up a rather interesting festival as well called the Blogchatter Writing Festival– celebrating the blogger to author journey.

Did we say author?

Oh wait. Have you not seen last year’s post challenge Blogchatter Ebook carnival? Championed by Chitra Divakaruni we received twenty six ebooks during the month of May all self-published by our community members.

This time we have eight popular authors who are coming along as part of our mentor program for festival, taking up special twitter chats and facebook live sessions to further your publishing dream. Read more here: Blogchatter Writing Festival

As part of Festival we will once again be opening our portals for your self-published ebooks (in case you choose to convert your April blogging challenge into one). You can ping us here or anywhere you find us for queries, etc.

This month we will also be taking up the #AtoZChallenge with you. Celebrating better blogging across platforms through our theme:

Blogging Ethics

Add your post below in the linky and take a deep dive into the sea of blogs that gets connected with us ! You can also add your link to our Blogchatter Reading List– Discover more blogs and get discovered !