Reviewing Early Excellence

Category: Do You Digg It

Early on, while Digg It was just getting its start, we had reviewed many excellent blogs. In fact, those high-quality blogs were the very ones that gave Do You Digg It its great start, and grew it into the blog it is today (one that we hope will continue to grow and gain more attention). It occurred to me, though, in my many spare hours to sit and think, that since the blog was new, and still building its readership base, these great blogs could easily have been looked over. And so it seems a good time to go back and look at some of our earliest blog reviews, so that none of you miss out on any of these motivational, inspirational, or innovative blogs.

Anges bizAnge’s Biz – The one that started it all. Ange Recchia is a motivational force of blogging, another Aussie dynamo to lift your spirits.
Ya-ttitude! – Benny Greenberg does motivation like no other. One of our most popular blog reviews to date, you do not want to miss this one!
99 Bloggers – Alfafoobar created 99 Bloggers as a collaborative effort where up to 99 bloggers of different interests and backgrounds could some together in a cohesive mix to blog on topics of interest to them and the blog’s readers. It’s a top-notch blog forging its own path, a place to visit regularly to learn on a wide variety of interesting topics (you might even see our own Sean Rasmussen there!).

These are only a few of the great blogs that deserve your attention. There were many others that you’ll want to explore, so do be sure to check out the archives and categories to find the best blogs you may never have known about!

Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017



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Category: Community Blogging

99 Bloggers

99 Bloggers is about anything and everything the contributors, a collection of bloggers from a variety of backgrounds and interests, want it to be. This blog, a cooperative effort of 99 community bloggers, is the child of creator Alphafoobar.

The premise behind 99 bloggers is simple and effective: Create a blog and allow the first 99 qualified bloggers to join and contribute as often as they like and in so doing gain exposure for the bloggers’ efforts while offering a blog with wide-ranging interests and information. In effect, 99 Bloggers is sort of a first place to go to look for information, a sort of one-stop shopping-experience to link you to more blogs and websites of interest. It certainly does bring more fun into social networking.

99 Bloggers – A Community Blog

99 Bloggers is worth a visit first for its unique concept and secondly for its wealth of information. It’s both a global community blogging effort that increases exposure to new people, concepts, and products, and a resource for finding the information you need.

It’s a mixed bag and you’ll never know what you’ll find at the top of the recent posts, but posts are logically categorized to make it easy to find the topics that are of most interest to you. Here’s a sampling of the types of posts that are up on 99 Bloggers now (be forewarned, though, something new and completely unique could pop up at any time!):

• Art
‚Ä¢ Blogs (logical…)
• Entertainment
• Design
• Gaming
• How-to
• Lifestyle
• Opinion
• Music & Movies
• Travel
• Technology
• Lots More! This list is by no means exhaustive!

99 Bloggers presents plenty of opportunity for both readers and contributing bloggers. Community blog members have yet another outlet for outreach (without the pressure of having to post daily) and readers get to learn about things they may not have been aware they needed to know.

Summing Up 99 Bloggers & Social Networking

Despite its unstructured topical approach, 99 Bloggers is a highly useful blog that takes advantage of a unique community approach to blogging & social networking. Current bloggers seem to have stayed true to the mission and posted truly interesting and valuable information, managing to keep this diverse blog from becoming a fluff factory and giving some real meat to its readers. It appears the blog is still accepting contributors, so if this is your thing don’t hesitate to get on board before the 99 blogging spots are gone!

Go and check out 99 Bloggers for yourself and digg it (if you like).

Sean Rasmussen
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017