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Badge Help

I want to add my Mom Bloggers Club Badge to both of my blogs. I went to my Dashboard and added the HTML code but when I checked, all that s…

Started by Patty Mejia Burke

1 Sep 30, 2012
Reply by Patty Mejia Burke

Send me your Button Link

I will follow anyone who follows my blog www.InspiredByFelicity.blogspot.com and in addition, if you put some about my couture children's b…

Started by InspiredByFelicity

4 Feb 2, 2012
Reply by Amy Manges Blevins

All Facebook Fanpages & Networked Blogs Welcome

Hi everyone!  I'm Carla and this thread is to help others promote their Facebook fanpages and Networked Blog links. If you would like more…

Started by Carla

10 Nov 6, 2010
Reply by Marcie

Link to Me

Links to your blog help you with search engine exposure. Providing a cute badge that your followers can post is a great way to gain more li…

Started by Stacie Errera

1 May 7, 2010
Reply by Alaina Maier

Take an Online Photo Class

Just posted the first assignment in my new online photo course. Please check it out and use it as an opportunity to practice tips and techn…

Started by Stacie Errera

0 Jul 15, 2009

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