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Links to your blog help you with search engine exposure. Providing a cute badge that your followers can post is a great way to gain more links. I got the badge posting instructions at:
http://zakkalife.blogspot.com/2008/05/html-button-tutorial.html

You can paste get the code for my badge at my blog (click on badge below) and post it into your blog.
Chasing Picture Perfection

thanks!
Stacie

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Thanks so much for the information. I am new to blogging but seem to be having good success. I created my blog a week and a half ago and already have 33 followers. This is very helpful and informative. :)
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