Topic Tuesday 13th May 2014

Topic Tuesday is finally here! Every Tuesday we are going to set you a topic or word to discuss on your blogs that are linked to Spectrum Bloggers Network. Having seen many other blogs taking part in similar ideas, I thought it’d be a great idea to get people blogging and get some free promotion out of it!

So what do you need to do? Well, you will need to blog about the set topic whether it’s written, a video, through photography or art. You need to tag up Spectrum Bloggers Network (mutual promotion) in your tag section. Once you have posted it up online, leave your links in the comments section below and we will add them up onto the page as they come through.

You have a week to blog on the topic of the week before we move onto the next, so you’ll need to share it with us before next Tuesday!

Topics are open to YOUR interpretation for example, an egg. An egg could represent; Easter, fried with bacon, the start of life, what came first the chicken or the egg, dinosaur embryo fossils, etc. Let your imagination run wild with this rather than seeing it as something that limits what you can discuss.

This weeks topic is: Spectrum.

Add the links to your specific blog post on ‘Spectrum‘ below.


Posted on May 13, 2014, in Topic Tuesday. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. My blog’s not on WordPress, so I don’t think the tag/label thing will work for me – can I just pop in a manual link back to this post instead?

  2. As requested. The Spectrumbloggers network is also on the blogroll for my site. is the tagged article.

  1. Pingback: Spectrum Bloggers Network: Topic Tuesday 13th May 2014 | Áine Mosh

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