National Blog Posting Month
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National Blog Posting Month (typically shortened NaBloPoMo) is a challenge to write a daily blog post for an entire month.
- gRegor Morrill completed in 2010 (first post), 2011 (first post), and 2019 (first post).
- Jamie Tanna is participating in 2019. First post: https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/11/01/national-blog-post-month/ Whole series: https://www.jvt.me/series/nablopomo-2019
It was started in 2006 by Eden Kennedy "as kind of a joke because I'd failed at NaNoWriMo the previous year".  In 2010, NaBloPoMo was sold to Blogher.com. Blogher continued to run NaBloPoMo, expanding the challenge to every month of the year until around 2017.
The BlogHer site no longer contains any mention about NaBloPoMo and the former link for it redirects to the homepage. Many people still participate using Twitter hashtag #NaBloPoMo.
- First post with the idea: 2006-10-14 : NaBloWriMo! (archived)
- Renaming the idea: 2006-10-15 : NaBloPoMo (archived)