I was watching CNN on Friday and they were talking about follow me friday and it's success Would anyone be interested in doing this in a blog version instead of on twitter? On our blog we could recommend someone else's blog to our reader, I think this could really work- let me know what your thoughts are and if we have to change a thing or two we can since the reader woulild not be following the person all day like on twitter, maybe we could call it find me friday I don't know or keep the name the same. Thoughts ? Would you be interested can't do it alone.
Quite a few blogs already have this by adding your blog through Mr Linky. Visit MomDot and there are many ideas about this. Some do follow Sunday, follow Monday or follow Friday. It is a great idea to have people reading/following your blog.
So when do we want to start this? Next week? I haven't posted my blog for today yet ... maybe I will start with this afternoon's post. I have a lot of readers that are new to blogging and may really get a kick out of it!
Nice idea! See, I am a newbie and while I am thinking "This sounds great!" experienced bloggers say they have seen it before! hahahahaha... Still, I want to be part of it. We can call it.. Instead of Follow Friday, I am Following. You can't recommend something you yourself are not following... Does it makes sense? "I am Following, You will like it too!" something like that... have you noticed English is not my first language! lol hahahaha Let us know!
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