So I just started blogging, I am doing a few giveaways on my blog, and also blogging about my everyday life. I want to be able to giveaways, but I want people to read my other stuff too. And I don't want to have two blogs, cause its enough for me to keep up with one!! Any ideas?

~Nikki

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Nikki just hang in there :)  It takes a little time, not much just a little.  There are two pieces to what you want- Great content consistent great content & marketing.  So when you get about 10 great articles and they are all in your niche go promote them via twitter, stumble FB and then comment on other blogs and become part of a community your readers will come:)

There are more tips like that on my blog swing by anytime

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Hi, Nikki!  I just checked out your blog and it seems like you're doing great!  I've become a follower and will continue to check you out.  :)

You can visit my blog here: http://prayersandpeekaboo.blogspot.com/

Christina

Don't give up Nikki! It takes time to get a following. Keep at it and try different ways of connecting with people who would be interested in your blog. It took me awhile to get my blog going. Try Twitter, Facebook.

Marie

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