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Hi Moms,

I took a few months away from blogging, and am glad to be returning to it. I am going to be taking advertisements on two blogs, but while I build a customer base again, I am going to offer the advertising for free to MBClubbers. I have room on each blog for ten 125x125 adds and 30 text links. I am open to shops or blogs, but since my blogs have to do with babies/kids, I am looking for sites that have to do with them. Also, I will take book/book review sites as well for my children's book review site.

My sites are www.mybrandnamebaby.com (previously blogged there) and my new blog is www.readingfrombirth.blogspot.com.

I will go ahead and reserve the right to pick sites that I feel will be of interest to my readers. Please email me at teri (at) mybrandnamebaby (dot) com if you are interested. Ads will be for a week at a time and I will keep doing freebies until all spots are filled with paid advertisements (naturally, paid advertisements will go at the top, but freebies will rotate when I have time).

Thanks and I hope I can generate some traffic for some folks.

teri
www.mybrandnamebaby.com
www.readingfrombirth.blospot.com

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Teri,
I would love to take advantage of your generous offer. I will email you over the weekend and get you my tile ad. Thanks for offering this to the bloggers here at MomBloggersClub.

Have a fab Friday!

~ChitChatMom
I still have spots for free advertising on my blog. Email me your 125x125 ad to be included. teri@mybrandnamebaby.com.
emailing you Teri, thank you :)
Got it Stephanie! I still have 3 spots left for free advertising if anyone would like to send me a banner (125x125).
Hi Teri,
I just emailed you!
Karen
(http://www.frugalrimama.com)

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