Hi now let's get started.
Here are the preliminary rules according to Jym's suggestions (great work man):
Here's a better solution than the one person volunteering to submit idea: As each person shares their link, they submit the previous person's link to all chosen sites. Whoever posts first will have to make sure to submit the last person's link. Therefore we'll be better to use Tim's original idea - a certain number of posts - just like the blogging campaigns. I suggest we try with 15 posts per campaign, and see how it goes. This may need adjustment
The reason for this is that if there's 10-20 posts, three or more submissions per post, that's going to take a single person a long time to do all the submitting for a whole campaign. Too long. This way, the load is always shared.
So here is my updated guidelines suggestion
1. Everyone who wants to participate joins StumbledUpon, Digg and Reddit (links on Tim's post above), and adds buttons for those to their blog (no easy button, no vote)
2. Beginning with Campaign #1 (which I'll open in the next few hours) We'll all add our link* with a short description (use the meta tag for your post perhaps) and a suggested category for submission (eg business, technology, personal development etc)
*No over affiliate promotions or business opportunity posts.
3. As we add our link, numbering it along the way (as with the commenting campaigns) we go to the previous poster's site and submit their post to the agreed bookmarking sites. The following poster does the same for us etc. Poster #1 will submit the links of #15.
4. Once Poster #1 has submitted the last link, all submissions are ready to be voted for by simply clicking the buttons. Of course, you don't have to do them all at once, but they will not all be ready for voting until the final submission has been made.