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Any Homeschool Bloggers Considering/ed Online Degrees? Paid blogging opp. Quick turn-around.

Hi! My name is Ponn Sabra  & I blog at http://americanmuslimmom.com and I homeschool 3 girls who blog at http://kidbloggersclub.com

 

Homeschoolers and College Campaign
 
Are You University Bound?
 
We are looking to sponsor 6-12 homeschool bloggers for the opportunity to write a post about your children’s plans for college. We want to know if you plan to send your kids to college, would you or have you considered an online college? If so, please explain why. If not, why not?  All posts must go live and reported on or before Friday, March 4th at 12 noon EST. A wrap-up homeschool post will go live on Saturday for our “HomeSchool Never Stops on Saturday” meme on AmericanMuslimMom.com.
 

If you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity, please complete this form http://americanmuslimmom.com/hsbloggercampaign before Wednesday, March 3rd at 12 noon EST.

Please note that this is the first mom blogger campaign this sponsor is investing in. If we just give this our best efforts, I anticipate more higher paid opportunities in the near future.

Thanks for your time and consideration!

In peace,
Ponn

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Hi Melissa. You can put your information in the link above and we'll make sure your on the list for future opportunities. Thanks!

Melissa Ruede said:
I missed it.  If you have another let me know, and I would love to do a blog post on this topic.

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