I'm  looking for bloggers to write for us.

 

 What I need is

 

  • Please fill at your account profile page there and introduce yourself and your website in the Today’s Woman forums.
  • Since this guest blog will be a collaborative blog in which posts are written and published by members of the Today’s Woman community we ask
    that you be able to donate some time at your convenience to posting in
    our forums.
  • Your post must be original and must have never been published before on the internet. Rewrites of post appearing on your blog are ok.
  •  We do a lot of giveaways on the blog, so there is always a chance to win free stuff..
  • Todays-woman.net has a PR of six and receives 2487 unique visits a month.
More details at http://www.todays-woman.net/blog/guest-blog-with-us/



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I didn't have time to guest post today but I'll be back soon. I did follow your blog
on facebook and joined google friends connect. I am always looking for new
pr possibilites for my blog. http://www.diabeticsnacker.com/ I like your
today's woman blog a lot.


barb said:
I didn't have time to guest post today but I'll be back soon. I did follow your blog
on facebook and joined google friends connect. I am always looking for new
pr possibilites for my blog. http://www.diabeticsnacker.com/ I like your
today's woman blog a lot.

Could you sign up at http://www.todays-woman.net/ too Barb?

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