Solidarity Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Solidarity Blogger Award by bottomlesscoffee007 of Bottomless Coffee007Conversation Shaken, Not Stirred. Thanks, 007!

Bottomlesscoffee007 is an honest commentator about his views on life, politics, etc. He is a great blogger, one I would highly recommend checking out. As well as blogging, he also does podcasts with bloggers on WordPress and he is really good. It seems to have taken off. If you want to have a shot at being on a podcast with him, just head over and let him know.


Award Guidance:

1. Write a post on your blog thanking the person who gifted you the award.
2. Paste the award in the post.
3. Provide a link to the blog of the person who gifted you.
4. Tell Success Inspirers’ World,
 SIWO what you think about solidarity blogging. Is it worthwhile?
5. Gift 3 bloggers for the award and inform them.

What is the Solidarity Blogger Award?

Solidarity Blogger Award

SIWO (Success Inspirers’ World) is an International Friends Blogging Forum. The idea is to encourage team work and to blog together as a community. As an international friends blogging forum, Success Inspirer’s World provides an opportunity that every blogger is looking for – the opportunity to get more exposure and find more followers and readers.

What is solidarity in layman’s terms? Harmony? Unity? A common agreement perhaps? A shared interest between parties? A supporting role with regards others who share the same interests then? Solidarity means different things to different peoples. But what does solidarity mean to me more to the point?

First, what does ‘solidarity’ mean?

unity or agreement of feeling or action, especially among individuals with a common interest; mutual support within a group.
Basically, solidarity is support for a group, idea, etc., such as gun control, gun rights, abortion, the #MeToo movement, etc., etc. It is also supporting bloggers in the blogging community.
Is solidarity worthwhile?
Well, I guess it depends on what the group is supporting or in agreement about. For example, on WordPress, we practice solidarity everyday by supporting each other with follows, reblogs, etc., etc., and it is worthwhile as we all get circulation and attention to our blogs.
Really, though, it depends. Somethings people are in solidarity about isn’t worthwhile, while other times, yes, it is. It really depends with each one, I suppose.

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