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My Spring Bloggiesta To-Do List

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The first week-long Bloggiesta starts tomorrow and I have a long list of things I'm hoping to accomplish during that time.
  • Write outstanding reviews:
    • The Storied Life of AJ Fikry
    • September Sky
  • Add search descriptions to old posts
  • Add alt tags to photos on old posts
  • Replace images on some old posts
  • ✔Add genre tags to all review posts
  • ✔Add links to genre reviews on My Reviews
  • ✔Add list of reviews by author on My Reviews
  • Update review posts with links to related reviews
  • Write 2-3 book lists
    • Book club recommendations
    • Mystery/thriller recommendations
    • Other top 5 or 10 books list
  • Participate in 1-2 Twitter chats

I'm sure I'll think of other things along the way, but that's my basic list of things I'd like to accomplish this week.

ADDITIONAL WORK DONE:

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  1. Great list! I've been adding images to posts...as I inadvertently deleted them from the Media files, not realizing that they disappear from the posts, too. LOL

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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    1. That's good to know! I'll be careful about deleting things! Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. I need to do some tagging. Wish I knew more about it. Maybe there will be a mini-challenge about it.

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    1. That would be a good mini-challenge. I don't think it's one this time but there might be one in the list of past mini-challenges.

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  3. Impressive! One of these days I will join Bloggiesta - no time this week - too much catch-up to do!

    Sue

    Book By Book

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    1. I like joining because it motivates me to actually work on things!

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  4. What a great list. Wishing you luck. Happy Bloggiesta!

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    1. Thank you! Hope you're having a great week!

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  5. Great list! I totally forgot about adding alt tags to my old posts, but might need to save that for next time as my list is already pretty long. Hope you're able to complete all of your goals! :)

    Terri @ Alexia's Books and Such...

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    1. Yes, I'm hoping to get to the alt tags at some point. My list got a bit long as well!

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  6. Great list! Looks like you've already made terrific progress. Wishing you a happy and productive Bloggiesta!

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    1. Thank you! I hope you're having a productive week as well!

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  7. Awesome list, and yay for accomplishing some already!

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    1. It's going well so far! Thanks for stopping by!

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  8. This is a great list. I definitely need to work on SEO stuff, too. Good luck on accomplishing your goals this week!

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    1. Thank you! SEO is something I try to do a little more with all the time. There are so many things that you can do but it's a bit tedious.

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