PACE Isn't for ME's aim was to launch accurate information on PACE into cyberspace and counteract all the recent 'space junk' produced by vested-interest groups aligned with the lead researchers of the trial. The campaign relied on bloggers posting about PACE (and ME/CFS) and on those blogs being shared, viewed and commented on.
Although PACE Isn't for ME has come to a close, there is still a way you can help. Below is a list of the participating blogs - if you would visit each one in turn and leave a comment, this will help raise the blog's profile on Google, which in turn will increase its public visibility.
There is also another way you can help. By entering Google http://www.google.com and typing PACE into the search window you will be presented with the top ranking PACE articles. Find the ones that have published positive and accurate information and leave a comment. In future, you might want to consider not leaving a comment when you read a negative 'blog' article. Visiting and commenting on some of the obvious attention-seeking blogs (ie those that bate sufferers with a view to increasing hits), only raises their profile, which we want to avoid. Commenting on online news media sites is a good thing, especially if the information they provide is inaccurate. It's a good opportunity to put the record straight and your comment is likely to be read by a larger audience.
If you enjoyed participating in XMRV Bloggerama Day and PACE Isn't for ME consider joining the newly created blog ring . This will be an ongoing initiative aimed at growing a dedicated network and community of patient writers.