The Blog Improvement Project is back in 2010!

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I am pleased to announce that the Blog Improvement Project is going to continue this year!

In 2009 Kim from Sophisticated Dorkiness did a fantastic job of creating exciting projects that helped me and many others to improve their blogs.

This year I am joining Kim in hosting the project. We hope to introduce many new ideas and take a further look at some of the popular topics from last year.

We’ve created a dedicated blog for the project — thebip.wordpress.com  Please head over there for more information and to sign up if you’re interested.

The first task will be posted on Monday 1st February.

Are you interested in improving your blog?

Which topics would you find particularly useful?


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18 Comments

  1. Louise says:

    Wow, thats great news. I joined bip last year and enjoyed it a lot. A third into the year I had to quit all blogging because I was finishing my thesis, and then I just did the bip-assignments sporadically. But I will join again and think it is exciting news.

    I am always interested in improving my blog and one of the things which has bothered me a few months is the fact that I feel stuck in the same format of things. I want to write more interesting reviews, simply. I also want another look for the blog, but that is a minor thing compared to the other thing.

    1. Jackie says:

      Louise, It is great to hear that you’re signing up! I found the blog post bingo task fantastic for getting out of a rut. I still tend to fall back into my comfort rut a lot, but at least now I know I can get out of it if I want to. Hopefully the 2010 BIP will help you with everything you want to know.

  2. Belle says:

    Sounds like fun! I joined last year but very late in the game and never really got around to doing anything. I need to revamp my theme and everything this year, so this looks like perfect timing!

    1. Jackie says:

      Belle, It is great to have you on board! I hope we can help you in everything you want to do.

  3. Kari says:

    Oh I’m excited! I started my blog last year and then around June or July I read about the BIP. Glad I can participate this year!

    1. Jackie says:

      Kari, It is great to know you are excited! I look forward to seeing how we can all help each other.

  4. Sandy says:

    You did so well last year, I’m not a bit surprised that you’re leading the charge this time! I’m not sure I can commit to the entire project. Alot of the tasks seemed beyond my capabilities. But I will try to participate when I can!

    1. Jackie says:

      Sandy, You don’t have to do all the tasks. We realise that they won’t all interest everyone, so you are welcome to jump in and out as often as you like. If you find anything beyond your capabilities – please let us know. Other people will probablly be having the same problems, so we’re happy to explain everything in more simple terms. I wouldn’t like to think that anything was too complicated. I hope you find some of it useful though.

  5. Jenners says:

    That is great … I don’t know if I’ll officially sign up but I plan on following along and doing what I have time for. I’m also going to help spread the word as I think it is such a worthwhile project.

    1. Jackie says:

      Jenners, I hope you decide to join us for a few projects. Thank you for helping to spread the word!

  6. Colleen says:

    I signed up over at the bip blog – I am looking forward to working on my blog – I have so much to learn!

    Thanks for co-hosting!

    1. Jackie says:

      Collen, Thank you for joining in! I hope you find it useful!

  7. Beth F says:

    I had fun with BIP last year, though I kind of fizzled out halfway through the year. I’ll be checking in off and on all year.

    1. Jackie says:

      Beth, Was there a reason you fizzled out? I think a lot of people fizzled out over the year. It would be great to know if there was something we could do to prevent that happening again this year.

  8. Jeanne says:

    Thanks for doing this. I love following along and did a couple of the projects, which is one more than I’d thought I would do! (If I had world enough and time…)

    1. Jackie says:

      Jeanne, I hope you find time to fit a few more projects in this year. Thanks for joining us.

  9. Suey says:

    So glad you guys are keeping this going. I’m sure Kim is thrilled to have you join her. Can’t wait to see what projects you have in store for us!

    1. Jackie says:

      Suey, Thanks for the kind words! I hope you like what we have in store for you.

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