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This is the first ever ADDer World top 20 best ADD ADHD blog list!

The criteria are simple: 

  • Helpfulness
  • Transparency
  • Frequency
  • Amount of Posts
  • Positive Impact

 

There are many outstanding blogs about ADD ADHD and more becoming available on a daily basis. ADDer World is excluded from this list for obvious reasons. Here is the top 20 ADDer World list in no particular order of best ADD ADHD blogs on the Net 2012:

 

And up and comer:  Sarah Gogstetter

 

We are very happy to announce the winners of the Top 20 Blogs of 2012! Congrats!

 

For the Top 20 of 2012 here is a badge you can wear on your blog proudly and link back to this post with:

 

 

Obviously, there are so many great blogs out there and it was difficult to bring it down to only 20. Please feel free to mention other blogs that you visit and like best in the comments.

 

 

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Comment by Bryan Hutchinson on May 21, 2012 at 12:50pm

Wish I could help you, Madelyn. But you see what happened to my blog when I tried to fix it myself. It is worth it to hire someone. Try freelancer.com I have used a couple freelancers from there and am happy with their work. You could use my current designer, but they are a bit expensive. I decided to invest a little more this time because trying to go the cheaper way resulted in more problems.

 

Good luck!!

Comment by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, SCAC on May 21, 2012 at 2:42am

Awesome!  That might be the nicest adjective anyone has aimed my way.  Would I be unbearably flip to say, about your ENTIRE comment, "It takes one to know one!"

btw - I'm still trying to get the award graphic on my site (sidebar - not the article) - I keep putting different types of widgets in the sidebar "back stage" - text, graphic, etc. - but they aren't showing up on the site for anyone ELSE to see.  

So as soon as I figure out how to DO that, I'll proudly wave the banner.  (Wordpress.com blogs have some odd rules I'm always misunderstanding in some fashion, or so it seems)  I've got a few emails out, so maybe I'll get some hint back Monday.  Had the same problem posting the ADDerWorld membership graphic, if you'll recall, and had to do a work-around sans graphic.  

So now I have TWO reasons to find SOMEBODY who can tell me how to make it work in a wordpress blog on a .com site.  ANYBODY solved this puzzle that could help me out here?

xx,

mgh

xx,

mgh

Comment by Bryan Hutchinson on May 18, 2012 at 5:23pm

You're welcome, Keath. Superb blog you have, such great work and care.

Comment by Keath Low on May 18, 2012 at 10:35am

Bryan,

I am honored!! THANK YOU! :)

Comment by Bryan Hutchinson on May 18, 2012 at 2:47am

I want to also mention that there are many other bloggers out there having a positive impact, who are helpful, transparent and encouraging. They truly are paving the way to viewing ADD ADHD in a new way and they deserve congratulations as well. I can't say how difficult it was to come with a top 20 and will take the opportunity when I can to help spread the word about other positive impact blogs about ADD ADHD!

 

Keep rocking you all!!

Bryan

Comment by Bryan Hutchinson on May 18, 2012 at 2:44am

Madelyn, you are in one word: "AWESOME" and the most important aspect I was interested in was "POSITIVE IMPACT" and you do that so naturally. You're helpful, caring and well, so positive. The impact you and the other winners are having is so important to our community.

Congrats,

Bryan

 

Comment by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, SCAC on May 18, 2012 at 1:38am

WOW!  I am blown away, Bryan.  Honored, thrilled and, truthfully, STUNNED.  Thank you SO much.  

Today was t-totally covered up, so I hadn't made it to the web for those to-dos yet.  One of the students in the 2012 ADD in the Spirit Coach Training sent an email congrats that Peggy Ramundo saw first.  I learned through her phone call.  

I'm probably the last to post a thank you HERE because the first thing I did was write a blog post, linked to all of the winners, to ADDerWorld, your book, and a blog article by another of the winners, and then took the time to visit all who'd let me post a comment to say congrats.  NOW I have to let all my LinkedIn and FaceBook buddies know.

Can you tell it's been a l-o-n-g time since I won an award? (actually, last time was over 25 years ago - my show-biz career - this is a FIRST in my ADD career and I am giddy with delight).

Thank you SO much for honoring me in this way.

Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CMC, SCAC, MCC - (blogging at ADDandSoMuchMore and ADDerWorld - dot com!)
"It takes a village to transform a world!"
Comment by Bryan Hutchinson on May 17, 2012 at 2:27pm

You're a great contributor to the ADHD community, Kay!

Comment by Kay Marner on May 17, 2012 at 12:44pm

Thank you so much, Bryan!

Comment by Bryan Hutchinson on May 17, 2012 at 9:58am

Keep challenging the old, out dated thinking about attention, Dr. Parker. You’re making a huge difference and your positive impact can be felt around the world :-)

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