What Is #MondayBlogs and Why Should Bloggers Participate?

About oh, nine years ago-ish (in 2012), I started #MondayBlogs. I wanted an obvious way for bloggers (any blogger, any subject except porn because yuck) to connect on a specific day of the week to share our blog posts. It’s grown exponentially more than even I had ever hoped (ten to fifteen thousand tweeps participate weekly, generating over 20,000 tweets!).

People send me messages and tweets about how it has helped their blog writing, traffic, and even social media followings. Others say, not so much. They don’t feel enough people RT them and feel slighted.

Let’s deconstruct.


What IS #MondayBlogs? I created this hashtag (and Twitter handle @MondayBlogs) to hopefully be obvious that it’s about BLOGS on MONDAYS. Most people get it. Some don’t. They see the hashtag and add it to:

  • Porn pictures
  • Pictures of office equipment, cats, or a bowl of soup. Often all at once.
  • Statements about how Mondays suck.

The majority of tweeps, however, DO understand that it’s for sharing blogs on Mondays, as I intended and for that I’m grateful. There are really only a few basic rules:

  • Use the hashtag #MondayBlogs in your tweets IF you’re sharing a blog post and if it’s on a Monday
  • Share ANY post except book promotion!
  • You don’t have to write a post specifically for Mondays (and you can post any day you want — just don’t use the hashtag except on Mondays); then you can share it on Mondays with the hashtag.

    For example, you can write a post on Wednesday and still share it for #MondayBlogs, on Mondays. If you share it on Wednesday, don’t use the #MondayBlogs hashtag because it’s Wednesday. #doh

  • Generously retweet others throughout the day. THIS IS IMPORTANT.
  • We love books as much as the next person, but not for #MondayBlogs. Use a different hashtag. 

And that’s it.


For the folks who seem to do the best (get the most RTs), I find a theme: they have learned the art of creating intriguing headlines. This is a blogging basic that honestly, some folks never really get. I recommend using the free CoSchedule Headline Analyzer to ensure awesome headlines!

They also generously RT others, read and comment on others’ blogs. A great blog post headline should ask a question, provide tips, create interest, be hilarious. The headlines that tend to not garner as many RTs (and this is based solely on my completely unscientific observations):

  • Have ‘I’ in them. People read to see WIIFM (what’s in it for me), so shift your paradigm. Instead, add ‘you’ to the headline.
  • Say ‘My new poem about my dog.’ I’m sorry, but unless you’re some famous rock star or celeb with a cute purse dog, does anyone really care? (and I write poetry, so I get it. Not about my dog, though. I don’t have one).
  • Repeated rants, particularly about politics or religion (unless, as I say in a RachelintheOC.com post, your book or job is specifically related to those topics).
  • ‘Here’s my latest blog post’ is always a big snore. Learn how to write GREAT headlines here. 
  • BUY MY BOOK! is a big no-no and we will call you out. Those are the rules. Don’t like it? Don’t participate.

Let’s talk about what TO do to get more RTs. Here’s an example of one of my most popular tweets:

How to Create Pre-Launch Buzz for Your Book Right Now by @BadRedheadMedia https://buff.ly/2Dhf9EO #Writers #Writing#BookMarketing #Books #MondayBlogs

It has several key components:

  • The hashtag. On a Monday (I say this repeatedly because people tweet with the hashtag any ole day of the week and I can’t possibly keep up with that. The reason Monday is in the hashtag is obvious. My only real concession is that I do start RTing late Sunday nights on the @MondayBlogs stream because it’s already tomorrow in Oz and Europe)
  • A title that creates interest and is branded (The bossy redhead is telling you what to do)
  • A shortened link (if you don’t know what that means, look it up)
  • Hashtags that are quite specific. This helps any kind of writer (and that’s my demographic) know that this post is for them.
  • It’s not ME or I focused.
  • It’s short, 280 characters or less, meaning easy to RT without any editing at all.
  • It’s not about book promotion.

Anyone can write a great headline, and do all the things I mention above. This isn’t tricky or secret. Check your headlines here with this free headline analyzer! 


Anyone who has a blog, a vlog, companies sharing tips, journalists, and publications, poets, whomever! As long as you’re not sharing nakey pictures, anything unlawful, or hate speech, we will retweet you.

Yes, book reviews are FINE as long as you’re a book reviewer or blogger or reviewing someone else’s book. If you’re sharing a fabulous book review of your own book, that’s a no-no (Why? it’s self-promotion. Sorries.)

Once again, if you tweet about your book promotion, we will not retweet you and will ask you to remove your tweet. 


Why bother? It’s a great way to grow and connect with READERS, other authors, and bloggers!

I follow every single person who used the hashtag properly (I’ll not be following the porn people) and you can do the same. This is a wonderful way to connect with other writers and bloggers, as well as grow your following in an organic way. As authors, our focus should be on readers, but because this is a blog meme, the focus is on connecting with other bloggers.

I’ve met so many incredible folks these past few years of #MondayBlogs, and I can’t tell you how many new followers and readers I’ve gained because of it. More importantly, I’m reading some incredible writing and that’s always inspiring for my own work. Like anything on Twitter, I find it takes some time for people to notice your presence and RT you.

I cannot promise others will RT you, but I do my best to keep up and RT as many as I can throughout the day, skirting around the Twitter limits by RTing from several different accounts. Shhhhh.


Like I tell my kids, you get what you give and you give what you get. Twitter is an interesting social media channel — it grows and changes daily based on current events. What does this mean? Some posts will resonate, others won’t. Don’t take it personally — just try again another week. At the very worst, you’ll have created a blogging schedule for yourself and met some cool peeps, right?

Good luck, and if you have any questions or suggestions, I’d love to hear them! If you have tried it and don’t feel it’s worth the effort, no hurt feelings here. My advice (on anything social media-related) is always this: don’t go in expecting anything. Give and you will receive…eventually.

#MondayBlogs is a great way to plan your blog posts, be consistent, connect with readers and other bloggers, and develop relationships. Let us know what you think!!
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  1. Linzi Clark on January 1, 2014 at 9:23 am

    Really useful tips and comments, I intend to start regularly using Monday blogs in the New Year and hope that it will help to connect with more people in my particular sector. Many thanks for sharing!

    • Rachel Thompson on January 11, 2014 at 10:51 pm

      It definitely will. Please do join us.

      Post any day as you normally would — just share on Mondays using the hashtag.

      thanks so much!

  2. Susan Fox on January 1, 2014 at 5:21 pm

    Hi Rachel,
    I have nominated you for the Sunshine Award and part of the rules are to leave a comment on your blog letting you know. I think people can benefit so much by reading your blog this year and participating in #MondayBlogs. Thank-you.


    Happy New Year to you and your family,

    Susan Fox

    • Rachel Thompson on January 11, 2014 at 10:52 pm

      thanks so much, Susan! Most appreciated 🙂

  3. Jenni Wiltz on January 2, 2014 at 2:26 pm

    This is great! I put it on my calendar so I’ll be automatically reminded to post and RT others’ posts every Monday. I’ve been looking for some new people to follow on Twitter to diversify my stream, so this will be great. Thank you!

    • Rachel Thompson on January 11, 2014 at 10:53 pm

      Wonderful! Please do join us — any Monday. thanks Jenni 🙂

  4. Trisha Faye on January 2, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Love this!! The next two weeks I’m swamped with other commitments, but I bookmarked to come back to in a few weeks. What a great idea!
    Have a wonderful new year!
    Trisha Faye

    • Rachel Thompson on January 11, 2014 at 11:13 pm

      terrific — it’s a wonderful way to connect with bloggers of all kinds. I hope you can join us 🙂

  5. Georgia Bell on January 7, 2014 at 9:24 am

    Great idea and good advice. The wonderful Amy Good just introduced me to #Mondayblogs and I hope to participate in the next round.

  6. FoodNutter on January 10, 2014 at 6:20 am

    Hi Rachel, love that idea of the Monday blogs. Mondays are like the most unlikely day for me to take care of my blog. I hope at least to repost 1 link or photo per Monday using the hash… thank for the idea… Happy new year!

    • Rachel Thompson on January 12, 2014 at 12:48 am

      Thanks so much! I hope you join us.

      You can post any day you’d like — just share on Twitter on Mondays with the #MondayBlogs hashtag. Make sense? You can also schedule in #Mondayblogs tweets using Hootsuite or some other scheduling app.

      Hope that helps 🙂

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  8. Peach on January 13, 2014 at 5:17 am

    Glad I saw your tweet with the breakdown of #MondayBlogs! I’m in. 🙂

  9. Crystal R. Martin on January 13, 2014 at 11:19 pm

    I think #Monday Blogs is fantastic. You’ve done a great thing. I also posted early by two hours Sunday night, but it was almost midnight. I love reading the blogs before I re-tweet them. I am gaining new blogs to read plus new information. It’s not necessarily about my blog, although it does seem to be helping. I just thought you should know I appreciate it. Also the second specific hash tag is a great idea. So thanks again. 🙂

    • Rachel Thompson on January 14, 2014 at 11:54 pm

      Thanks so much, Crystal! I’m so glad you’re loving it.

      I sort of fell into starting to RT on Sunday night because I realized that hey, time zones! It’s already tomorrow in Australia and I don’t want them to feel left out, right? lol. I’m happy to do it. I love the community and if it helps writers write more, I’ll be thrilled.

  10. Norah on January 27, 2014 at 3:07 am

    Thanks once again Rachel, every time I come back I take away a little more!

  11. Lori E on January 27, 2014 at 10:27 am

    Hi there!

    Traffic on my site it insane this morning! Thank you!!

    • Rachel Thompson on January 27, 2014 at 12:14 pm

      excellent! I’m so excited — it’s fun to take an idea and see the results. Thanks SO much for sharing that, Lori!

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  15. Jessica Marcarelli on February 23, 2014 at 9:42 pm

    Awesome idea and tips! Can’t wait for tomorrow to arrive to try it out for the first time.

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  16. Jenn @Home is Where... on March 17, 2014 at 12:49 am

    great idea, I’m in! I love twitter and I love blogging, it’s like a yummy oreo cookie now…!

  17. Tattooed mummy on March 23, 2014 at 10:49 pm

    I’ll give it a bash, might be tricky on the ‘not about me’ and ‘not a rant’ though….as that’s my blog’s theme lol

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  27. Sumoflam on September 2, 2014 at 2:10 am

    Rachel: I was turned on to your #MondayBlogs this past weekend by a fellow blogger, who, incidentally, retweeted my blog post yesterday using the hashtag. After reading through her blog post yesterday at http://carrotranch.com/ I was drawn to review this post.

    I appreciate your wisdom and most certainly plan on participating on future Mondays. I actively write three different blogs in three different themes (as time allows between all my paying free-lance gigs as a web media specialist). My travel blog, Less Beaten Paths (http://lessbeatenpaths.com) is picking up momentum in recent months and much of that is a result of the same process you note in this post.

    Thanks for creating a real forum for us writer/photographer wannabes! Looking forward to participating and finding more fascinating blogs to read!

    David “Sumoflam” Kravetz
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    Glad to have some fun 🙂

    thank you Charli from Carrot Ranch Communications

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    Thanks for this post, it really helped me get an idea for what I want to do with my blog. I wanted to share a lot with the world and because I’m new, I had NO idea how. Now I have an idea, inspiration and wise words to go by. Thank you so much 🙂

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  57. Lance on November 15, 2015 at 6:39 pm

    Hi – I just discovered this on Twitter seeing the #MondayBlogs and want to participate. Thank you for the tips. Just one question – does the blog post have to be done on Monday or can #MondayBlogs be used for a previous post? I write book reviews and just did one on Saturday. Can I use this for that post or wait for another one to post on a Monday? Same question for my writing blog – I just write what’s on my mind about sports. I wrote an essay tonight, but have held off on posting until I hear about this. If only Monday posts can be used, then I will wait to post on Monday. I hope this all makes sense! I look forward to participating here.

    • Rachel Thompson on November 16, 2015 at 1:35 am

      Hi Lance — post any day of the week, simply share on Mondays using the hashtag. Hope that helps!

      • Lance on November 16, 2015 at 9:47 am

        Thanks Rachel! Just tweeted both of my posts with this hashtag! It worked! 🙂 Looking forward to doing this on many more Mondays!

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  61. Tanya on April 10, 2016 at 4:59 pm

    Wow, I’m so glad I’ve come across this post. On a sunday night! I will definitely be using the hashtag (properly). Thanks for the great tips on how to write a good retweetable tweet!

  62. Linda Samuels on April 15, 2016 at 5:08 am

    Hi Rachel- Just heard about your #MondayBlogs project through @JanetBarclay, who hosts a wonderful community for bloggers to share posts, blogger advice and more. I’m intrigued by the clarity and energy with your idea and will definitely be joining the fun. I’m a professional organizer, author and blogger…writing about organizing and life balance. I’m looking forward to getting to know the #MondayBlogs bloggers and sharing their fabulous posts. Thank you for the opportunity.

    • Rachel Thompson on April 15, 2016 at 8:43 am

      wonderful! looking forward to seeing you there 🙂

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    Thank you for doing this!

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    Your posts have been so helpful and instructive. Thanks so much!

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      Hi, Kathy! Thanks so much for visiting me and the wonderful feedback. Happy to help.

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  84. Miriam Hurdle on July 31, 2018 at 9:06 am

    Hi Rachel, I’m glad Colleen reblog your post. I learn something new today. It’s Tuesday already, so I’ll keep in mind to tag #MondayBlogs next Monday. I bookmark your site.

    • Rachel Thompson on August 25, 2018 at 7:00 pm

      Hi Miriam! So glad Colleen shared and you found out about #MondayBlogs! Please do make it a habit. You’ll see a lot of traffic the more you participate and share. x

  85. Salem Bishop on July 31, 2018 at 10:01 am

    Thanks for this in depth post about #MondayBlogs. It sounds like a great way for bloggers to network and I would love to participate, but I am a book blogger. Do book reviews and things like top five lists fall under ‘book promotion’ in this case?

    • Rachel Thompson on August 25, 2018 at 6:59 pm

      HI Salem – sorry just getting to this now. Book reviews are fine as long as it’s not you sharing your own book reviews; that would fall into self-promotion/book promotion. Hope that clears it up!

  86. Jacquie Biggar on July 31, 2018 at 10:03 am

    This is great, Rachel, thanks!

  87. Stuart Aken on July 13, 2020 at 6:44 am

    Many thanks for this, Rachel, and for the associated links. I’ll be doing my best to join in this from today.

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