I Must Confess…Should I Go There Again?
I used to have a linkup on a Sunday called “I Must Confess…” See, I even had a cool button and everything!
The linkup was all about having fun. The idea was you could link up something old or new as long as it related to a confession of some kind, the revelation of an embarrassing secret, or getting something completely silly off your chest.
To give you an idea of what I mean, here are some examples of some of my confessions:
It’s coming up to a year since I first started I Must Confess (back on November 5 2011) and while it’s been hibernating for a while I still have the desire to run with it.
I gave it a rest as it was never a very successful linkup and it was hard continuing on with something that really wasn’t getting much support.
I would love to bring it back but I need your input first. I’m trying to see if the linkup failed to take off for one or more of the following reasons:
- The idea was crap – I hope this was not the reason but maybe people do not like confessing to silly things like I do (unbelievable, but true…)
- The linkup day was wrong – I liked the symmetry of confessing on a Sunday and I have time to blog over the weekend but I know that many bloggers don’t so maybe the day was the problem.
- I just didn’t have the following to make it work – I’m not the biggest blogger in the universe and if not many people knew it was happening that may have prevented it gaining momentum
- The execution wasn’t right – again, I hope this is not the case but I’m a big girl and I can take constructive criticism.
So, if you could help me out with a bit of market research, I’d be eternally grateful.
Please let me know in the comments if you would consider taking part in a relaunched “I Must Confess” linkup and if you would, what day would be best?
And if you wouldn’t be interested, let me know too (in a polite and constructive way, of course).
Seeking the feedback of Grace‘s many peeps for FYBF – enjoy your weekend everybody!
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