We’re happy to report that over 250 blogs have already registered as part of the Million Dollar Blog Project.
To make it easy for you to track which ones are attracting the most visitors and subscribers (and earning the most revenue), we’ve created a new sortable leaderboard.
Some special notes for participants:
Please look for your blog in the list.
If you see a red “x” in the monthly visitors or subscribers column, it means there was a problem with the address you entered in your profile, or that you haven’t enabled public access to your Clicky stats or Feedburner stats.
If you have a red “x”, read the instructions again about how to register your blog for the project. If you have trouble or questions, feel free to write us in the comments below.
Please also verify that your accountability journal link is correct. If you haven’t started an accountability journal, please start one either offsite, or within your MDBP site profile.
Note that we won’t be reaching out individually to people who’s profiles have not been configured correctly. At some point in the near future we will temporarily disable registrations that are incorrectly configured or that do not have accountability journals set up.
We’d love to hear your feedback about the new leaderboard, whether you’ve registered for the project or not. Just leave a comment below.
Thanks to Nicky from Tumble Design for coding up the leaderboard for us.
Have a great weekend!