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my response to each #reverb10 daily prompt is a tip, a suggestion you might find useful in juicing every single succulent drop out of this month-long experience. some of the tips are things i learned over the past year; some are answers to questions reverbers have asked me privately; some are things i just pull out of thin air.

at the end of each day (or roughly thereabouts), the tip will be folded into the comprehensive list, a.k.a. the marrow. and hey, if a tip sparks another idea, i’d sure appreciate it if you’d drop me a note in the comments section so i can sprinkle it out to others. and do some sprinkling of your own: point others to the marrow in case there’s something here they can use.

now let’s get on with it cause my wand’s a wastin’ . . .

today’s prompt: community. where have you discovered community, online or otherwise, in 2010? what community would you like to join, create or more deeply connect with in 2011? (author: cali harris, @caligater)

today’s tip comes from the effervescent @tiasparkles, solopreneur coach that you’ll definitely want to get to know. and hey, before we go any further, let me take a moment to offer another red-faced apology to tia and to give you the correct link to a post that just lit up my night a coupla nights ago. i meant for it to light up yours, too, but i had so many windows open, what with so many reverberations and all, i guess i inhaled some of my fairy dust cause something went wonkers and i tweeted out the link to another spectacular #reverb10 post. anyway, here you go: the right way to get to tia’s post you do not want to miss.

and tia’s tip: Pick 10 different peeps daily. Say hi & read & comment on their posts. You’ll be AMAZED at the community you create via #reverb10.

now get on out there and reverberate. and don’t forget to bear witness to others doing the same.

8 Comments

  1. Kristin Gast

    Great tip! I’ve found #reverb10 has led me to an amazing number of new bloggers that I would have never found otherwise.

  2. Elizabeth Howard

    I am not sure if I am supposed to be writing or making community on reverb10. I spent a great deal of time and thought on my blog post, but have so little time left over to read others. I think this is a great idea too… Maybe on Day 5 “Make” someone could send me some tips for how to “make” more time? (-:

    • Tia Sparkles Singh

      You’re supposed to do whatever feels good to you Elizabeth 🙂

      For me, writing and community are strongly linked and so I’m reaching out to 10 people a day. I chose 10 a day cos to me that’s a manageable # out of 2500+.

      You could reach out to one, just one – that would still be magic!

  3. Thebalzie

    Thanks for the link to Julie’s blog, I did enjoy that particular reverberation.

  4. Tia Sparkles Singh

    Oooohhh FGM sprinkled me with sparkly goodness, my fave type 😀 I’d say thank you but honestly, it feels like I’m the one who’s been blessed to be a part of reverb and so I want others to get as much out of it as I am getting. My post is simmering .. simmering…

  5. Kate

    I am lovin this fantastic opportunity to go on an inward journey and be inspired by so many other posts as well. I am pulled by writing and reading but loving it all.

  6. Allison Blass

    I’m subscribing to all the new folks who comment on reverb10. I think it’s a great way to find new folks to read and get new readers at the same time.

    • whollyjeanne

      it is a great way to find new folks and get new readers – just make sure you don’t overwhelm yourself! practice good self care – always.

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