Last year we had a group writing project where I asked the readers to share their goals for the upcoming year, and it was a great success, so I will be repeating it this month.
We all know the importance of having goals, both personally and professionally, right? Goals help organizations and individuals to focus their energy and to define priorities. Secondly, goals also allow us to evaluate our performance along the way.
Writing these goals down, on paper on your blog, therefore, is an excellent exercise to ensure that you will be running in the right direction.
How To Participate
In order to participate you simply need to write a post on your blog or website sharing your Internet goals for 2009. Once you are done writing that post, leave a comment below with the URL of your entry. Readers have until next Wednesday (December 17) to submit their post.
On the following Monday I will write a post with all the entries, including a brief summary and a link to original so that readers can check the blogs of the participants.
What Are Internet Goals?
Last year the writing project was focused on “blogging goals,” but this year I am extending it to “Internet goals.” Basically anything related to the Internet is valid. Here are some of examples of Internet related goals:
- to reach 5,000 RSS subscribers on my blog
- to reach 2,000 Twitter followers
- to create 20 mini websites on different niches
- to reach $10 per day of AdSense revenues
- to launch my first eBook
- to stop my addiction to social networks
- to publish at least 100 videos on my YouTube account
You get the idea.
So what are you waiting for? Share with us your goals for 2009, and I am sure it will be an extra motivation to reach them.