Hi,

I am new to the blogging world and am completely clueless here. My blog:

http://whimsicalwittyreviews.blogspot.com/   is about product reviews and hoping to eventually gain enough traffic to my site to be able to do giveaways as well. Right now I am just writing reviews that I have done so far. I would greatly appreciate anyone's help who would stop by my blog and follow me. I will return the favor to everyone who follows me. Also would love some opinions as to what I should do to make my blog better.

Thanks so much in advance!

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Billie,

Looks like you are off to a great start!

Four things I would suggest.

  1. Put a great picture of you in the about page so I can see who you are.
  2. Find what blog name you want to use and buy the URL.
  3. Match your Twitter name to your blog name to help with branding.
  4. Explore going to a self-hosted site, when you are ready.

You can find me on Twitter at @ChoosingLoveAZ if you have any more questions. Why add the AZ on the end? Because all the cool names were taken and I didn't start Twitter until after I named my blog instead of working it together. :)

Thank you sooo much Wendy! I will definitely look into finding a picture of myself to add, but I hate every picture I have ever taken lol. I guess I need to find something to work with though. /sigh

Also going to check out the rest of what you mentioned. Great suggestions....thanks again!

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