Blog Action Day 2008 is TODAY and this year, the guys at Blog Action Day is focusing on the issue on poverty.
To date, over 7,793 sites with an audience of 9.478.022 readers have registered to participate.
To start off, you can put up a badge or banner on your blog to support the event. Go to their resources page and you’ll find different types of badges and banners of different designs just like the one below to suit your like for you to put up on your blog.
Apart from the above, the organizers would like to take the opportunity to seek bloggers to take some time to think of the poverty issue and incorporating that in their posts. Alternatively, bloggers can also blog about this event so that others maybe aware of the issue.
For more information on how you can participate in the event, head on over to Blog Action Day’s website, link here.
To quote from the organizers –
What Can One Person Do?
Poverty is not only a pressing issue, it is a complex one. It’s easy to think that there isn’t much
an individual can do. Fortunately this isn’t the case at all. With activities ranging from advocacy and
professional contribution to charity and financing, there is in fact many ways that we can act.
On October 15th, bloggers around the web will unite to put a single important issue on everyone’s mind – the environment. Every blogger will post about the environment in their own way and relating to their own topic. Our aim is to get everyone talking towards a better future.
To date, there’s already 5,879 blogs participating in this event. If you would like to join this event, click here for the Blog Action Day homepage to learn more about it.
On the topic of environment, check put this blog, The Giving Hand. Pelf is running a month-long campaign on environment related matters from 15 September to 15 October to coincide with the event and she got some great articles up –
[Updated: 14 October] Remember the Blog Action Day is tomorrow, sign up if you haven’t.