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Ok, I'm not sure if anyone would be interested, but I'm sure there are some other fairly new bloggers out there that may need a little "help" to get their blogs rolling with readers. I was thinking of starting a group of maybe 20 people or so and we all agree to visit each others blogs at least 2-3 times a week and leave comments for each other. This way, we can make new friends, learn about each others lives and motivate each other to keep writing because someone is listening. What do you think?
UPDATE:
Ok, I've created a group!
You can join here:
http://www.mombloggersclub.com/group/thecommentclub

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Though I already have a fair number of readers I would like the idea.
Great! Ill count you in!
i'm in! just let me know the details. thanks!!
great idea!
sounds fun :-) You can count me in!!!
Sounds like a great idea to me! Count me in!
Sounds like a great idea - I'm in!
I think it's a great idea!
Sounds good! Let me know the details
Fabulous! I've been wanting to spend more time visiting blogs, so this is good motivation. I'm in!
This would be just fabulous. Count me in!
I am interested! My blog is lonely. :)

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