Just Creative Design – Aussie design student Jacob Cass has already gained a terrific reputation by his blog. Stimulating articles, he accomplishes so much because he truly loves what he’s doing.
W Revenue dot com – when you’ve created million-dollar business, people want to hear about it. Scott Wainner’s new blog delivers.
Logo Design Love – Group Writing Projects logo designer David Airey actually launched 2 new sites this year. Wisely using his thousands of existing DavidAirey.com subscribers as a base, this new blog is already acclaimed by thousands of readers as well.
Traffikd – Likewise, Steven Snell has leveraged his writing with Vandelay Design, Pure Blogging and others to brand himself and his new blog as must-visits for anyone interested in social media.
Anywired – famed freelance blogger Skellie (think Skelliewag.org, FreelanceSwitch and so many others) also created this blog just-adjacent to her other writing, covering the lifestyle design that Tim Ferriss brought all of our attention to in his Four Hour Work Week.
The Inquisitr – former TechCrunch writer and The Blog Herald creator Duncan Riley launched this new blog about “tech, pop and penguins”.
FreelanceFolder – hot on the heels of the launch of FreelanceSwitch, the other bigboy in the niche, fellow Canadian Jon Phillips launched this useful multi-author freelancer extravaganza.
DailyBits – in late 2007, blog maestro and Building RSS sponsor Daniel Scocco also implemented the “just adjacent” new blog strategy to create this Best Of the Web space for Daniel to blog about things that aren’t necessarily pertinent to DailyBlogTips or DailyWritingTips.
io9 – a recent Gawker Media addition, it’s a heavyweight-to-be in the world of science fiction.
Group Writing Projects – although not so close in topic to my other blog JobMob, this blog is steadily growing as it breaks new ground with an idea that hadn’t ever been done before. Stay tuned to see what’s in store…
Voting is open to all. You don’t need to have been a participant in the Building RSS group writing project, nor even a subscriber to Group Writing Projects. So invite your dofollow-link-loving, blogging friends.
Yes, the prizes are on their way
Sorry if I wasn’t clearer about this. Once voting ends late Sunday night, I’ll begin sending out the information to all the Building RSS winners on how to claim their prizes.
With tens of group writing projects across the blogosphere, 2007 was the year that the group writing project went mainstream.
What were your favorites and why?
I was originally going to ask you what your sole favorite group writing project was for all of 2007, but even I couldn’t narrow the choices down that far. There were just too many good ones.
Instead, the banners above are from the favorites that I participated in over on JobMob. One of the reasons I enjoyed them so much is because there’s a good chance that I met you through one of them, but of course, there are so many other reasons as well.
Can you still become a Group Writing Projects Supporter?
Of course! To enjoy the royal treatment and have your blog added to the visual blogroll, you simply need to blog a review about this site and then tell us about it.
Group Writing Projects Supporters
In thanks for the volunteered help of these terrific bloggers, I’m shining a spotlight on each of them in addition to Stumbling each blog twice with a review each time, once on the article promoting Group Writing Projects and once on the blog’s home page.
Please visit every one of these blogs. Each blogger is a talented community contributor.
Filled with writing tips and Joanna Young’s expertise, Confident Writing is officially “not just for writers but for anyone who wants or needs to write with confidence – because our words count.”Joanna is a great enabler and communicator who is very active within her own blog community and the others that she follows.
Vivien’s InspirationBit “provides readers with topics on Web design and development, Art and Photography, other bloggers, tutorials on various topics, site reviews, internet prodigies and much more.”A talented designer and developer, Vivien’s blog makes you want to blog. True inspiration.
Piloted by Ronald Huereca and Simonne Matthew, the Reader Appreciation Project “is aimed at showing readers that they are one of the most important assets a blogger can have.”At the forefront of the enormous WordPress community, Ronald is a consummate pro with a knack for understanding what bloggers want before they do, and then giving it to them.
Simonne Matthew’s All Tips and Tricks “will help you improve your skills in small areas of your life which can make a big difference in saving you time.”A serial blogger who never stops, Simonne is such an amazing supporter that Group Writing Projects is featured on TWO of her blogs. Every community wishes it had more members like her.
Brad Shorr’s Word Sell, Inc. aims “to help you create exciting content to attract and engage customers, to put words into action.”Word maestro and avid cartoonist, Brad’s writing surprises when you realize that you learned something and also enjoyed it. A terrific community participant.