Brainstorming time! No, it's good weather here...lol

Ok, seriously. There are 1million blogs out there. How can we stand out from the crowd? Readers are getting the same thing everytime. My articles has always been copied (with reference) elsewhere. That makes my blog same as others? Do we hold contest? Interviews? Free gifts? What do readers really want so that we can drive more traffic to our blog?

Can somebody comment if my blog is worth readership?
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I just stay true to myself. Don't get me wrong I hope others will read and enjoy what I write. I try to include helpful tidbits. In the end I blog for me - to keep me from going bonkers. : )

~Mona
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Amen!  I always say that my niche is my life so I just blog as I go.  I blog for me too!
Wonderful advice!!
Melissa! That's such great advice! You're such a sweetie for taking the time to look at her blog and much such a thoughtful reply!
Mona: I guessed that's what we should do, to be who we are and enjoy what we do! Believe in you!
Melissa: Thanks for your detailed feedback. I really appreciate it! That's why I haven't started on contests. I have more pictures on my previous articles. My goal is to blog about parenting articles and kids crafts which I had given lots of parenting advise acquired from my personal experience for Free. It the same time, i hope to introduce related products which most I had experience myself. That's where you see the affiliate links.

Yes, I believe that commenting on others' blog will bring traffic, but I still prefer being active at forums because there are more readers here. I had just joined SITS and BF. Thanks for referring. Through my blogging journey, I met some or rather few givers who are willing to teach me lots of things about blogging, and you are definitely one of them. Thanks Melissa. :)
I agree with More Milestones. Just stay true to yourself. Write about things that interest you and followers will come later.
-Jessica a.k.a Nya's mom
http://mommyhoodnextright.blogspot.com
I agree with Mona. I am drawn to blogs with an authentic voice. Stay true to yourself and include good content and thoughtful blog posts and your audience will find you.
I would love for you to check out Mom Loop on BlogFrog. It is an amazing supportive group of moms that actively visit each other's blogs.

Justina Wang said:
Mona: I guessed that's what we should do, to be who we are and enjoy what we do! Believe in you!
Melissa: Thanks for your detailed feedback. I really appreciate it! That's why I haven't started on contests. I have more pictures on my previous articles. My goal is to blog about parenting articles and kids crafts which I had given lots of parenting advise acquired from my personal experience for Free. It the same time, i hope to introduce related products which most I had experience myself. That's where you see the affiliate links.

Yes, I believe that commenting on others' blog will bring traffic, but I still prefer being active at forums because there are more readers here. I had just joined SITS and BF. Thanks for referring. Through my blogging journey, I met some or rather few givers who are willing to teach me lots of things about blogging, and you are definitely one of them. Thanks Melissa. :)
Check out these tips from bloggers who have posted some suggestions on SkinnyScoop. http://www.theskinnyscoop.com/top10/questions/30/Top_10_Blogger_Quiz
I would love for you to join Mom Loop on Blog Frog. It is a wonderfully supportive community.

Justina Wang said:
Mona: I guessed that's what we should do, to be who we are and enjoy what we do! Believe in you!
Melissa: Thanks for your detailed feedback. I really appreciate it! That's why I haven't started on contests. I have more pictures on my previous articles. My goal is to blog about parenting articles and kids crafts which I had given lots of parenting advise acquired from my personal experience for Free. It the same time, i hope to introduce related products which most I had experience myself. That's where you see the affiliate links.

Yes, I believe that commenting on others' blog will bring traffic, but I still prefer being active at forums because there are more readers here. I had just joined SITS and BF. Thanks for referring. Through my blogging journey, I met some or rather few givers who are willing to teach me lots of things about blogging, and you are definitely one of them. Thanks Melissa. :)
I personally have steered clear of the reviews because I feel that the mommy bloggers have flooded their blogs with them. I have focused on talking about the trial and tribulations of motherhood and interviewing fellow mom bloggers that have become very successful.

http://the-mommychronicles.com
I am echoing everyone else. Just be who you are. My favorite blogs are the ones that make me feel like I am talking to my best friend. I love WHATEVER and Cloverlane because I could sooo see myself being friends with the writers. I would love to have lots of followers. But in the end I blog because I suck at scrap booking and I will need to proof that i was good mom to show my kids shrink :)

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