Can someone please tell me what blog hops are. In your experience have they been a good investment of time? How do I find out where the next ones are hosted?

I am totally confused on this one!

I have a new blog and would love some help on it.

Please do take a look and your comments will be much appretiated.

http://hermommyness.com/

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Blog hops are fun. They are essentially a list and you can put your blog on the list. People can "hop" around and see how you contributed and you can find great blogs too.

I host one on my blog each week called Wordless Wednesday where people can link up their picture. A fun way to do a simple post and find other ones to link up with. I link mine to another site too and it is listed on the bottom of the post. I also like to participate in another one and I link up at the bottom where it comes from.

Once you are comfortable with blog hops you can even host your own! :)

Right now quite a few are rounding up recipes or crafts for Halloween. There can be a theme or not at all. Some host them weekly and if you type "blog hop" in your favorite search engine you should find quite a few to choose from. If you have any more questions or need anymore help, you can find me on Twitter at @ChoosingLoveAZ.

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