Zero to Hero officially ended when the month of January did. I was late in getting started, and I just had too much difficulty churning out a post every day (there were thirty days in the challenge). I posted when it felt right, and sometimes I decided to do maybe a little more than was asked for, especially if I wasn’t satisfied with previous results.
And then there were days where I just totally stalled out.
On February 4th, I got an email with a link to a quick survey. I decided to answer those three questions, as well as the 10-question survey:
Just to summarize (if you’re too pressed for time to click to see the images full-size), the 3-question survey asked if Zero to Hero worked well for me, while the 10-question survey asked for more specific feedback (say, if WP did this challenge again in the future).
I decided to send Michelle Weber a quick note as well, since she works on the Photo challenges I’ve really been enjoying, too:
Hey Michelle,I just wanted to give you a quick note of thanks for this Zero to Hero challenge, and for many engaging Daily Writing/Photo challenges. I was especially inspired by your Cambodian prison photo for the Juxtaposition photo challenge… it looked a lot like a photo my daughter took when she was getting started in photography.
Aw, thanks so much for the note! I’m glad you enjoyed Zero to Hero, and that The Daily Post is helpful.See you ‘round the photo challenge comments 🙂