My gimmick: Going through the alphabet A to Z, each week, I feature two local wedding vendors, or businesses that somehow relate to the wedding and party planning industry. This has been very well received by my peers thus far, and I do not think I will ever run into "writer's block", using this format.
If you are in the biz, or are a bride and/or groom looking for unique party planning ideas, stop by! I also write tidbits from my own life, mostly focusing on neat party ideas (For instance two of my first articles were how to host a fondue party and how to host a neighborhood soup party)
As far as visitors: I am working on that! I need some! The blog is so new- I have not quite mastered that task yet!!! Any tips???
My blog is just a ramble of things. My boys, life, TV, my hobbies, scrapbooking, photos. You never know what I'll be feeling that week.
I try to post 3 times a week. Sometimes more. But I have gone months without posting too. :(
I don't know who looks at my blog. Some friends I've met online read it, and I know only because they leave comments.
I am a homeschool mom, RN, nutritional consultant, online fitness coach. I am PASSIONATE about health and fitness...particularly involving women and children. Obesity is out of control, and there are no magic pills to fix it. My blog reflects all of this.
I try to post at least 5 times per week...sometimes my own thoughts, sometimes articles I find, sometimes something off the wall.
I do get visitors...many times from people that I coach.
I'm really looking forward to getting to know other moms who share a passion for their family!
We are two sisters who love to "promote, connect, and inspire independent business women" through our popular blog, Delightful Divas In Business. We invite all DIVAS (wahms/indies/wahws...or any gal who loves handmade treasures) to come on over for a visit. We update our blog all week (No weekends, though. That's family time.lol.) We love to showcase handcrafted items (particularly from Etsy) and we often post interesting tips, quotes, and Featured Diva Interviews. Our blog gets a lot of traffic each and every day from all across North America and beyond.
* Why you chose that topic to blog about Most of the time, it is just something that popped into my head!
* How many posts you write a week- No set number. Just as many as I can get!
* Do you get visitors to your blog (besides family and friends)- Yes, I do actually. I would like more.
* Any other info you wish to share about your blog-It is me, as a person. I am from Alabama and I stick out like a sore thumb with my religious preferences and political views. For a long time, I had to "hide" the real me just to be accepted and not be the butt of jokes. I feel now that I shouldn't have to do that and be the real me.
My blog is http://grocerymama.typepad.com. I chose this topic because I wanted to share what I found about saving money at the grocery store with others.
I write any where from 5-15 posts a week
I get about 6,000 visitors a month
I hope it helps others save money!
Hi everyone! I just started blogging this month & haven't had any visitors that I know of. I have been writting 1 or 2 posts a week while I get the site and my social network up and running, but would like to write more. I write about cloth diapering because I want to spread the word about how affordable, fun, healthy and environmental friendly cloth diapers are for our family. I would love to have some feedback and / or advise on how to get more readers. Please check out my blog at Real Moms.
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.