Hi ladies. I hope you are having a great day.

I have had my blog since May but really haven't done anything with it until about August. I have worked very hard on it and get about 1,500 visitors a month. My blog actually does better then my own business web site. Ha Ha.

I really want to get my blog noticed. I don't want to have to go and chase down people to come and visit my blog. I would love for people to stumble across my blog too. Especially PR people. I LOVE doing product reviews and hosting giveaways. I know how excited I get when I win something and I love giving that same feeling to others by telling them that they won something.

There are several blogs that I stumble across all the time. They seem to be every where and they are hugely popular blogs with tons and tons of people subscribed to them and everything. I really want to take it to that level. NOT as a "competition" sort of thing - NO WAY!!!! It's a personal thing to know that I "made it" and that I am successful at something.

I just don't know where to begin or what to do.

ANY advice, suggestions, direction....ANY THING would be GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks so much in advance.

Kimberly

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This is an old post I see, but I am curious if you ever got any advice. I am a follower of your blog and really enjoy it! Thanks! Hoping to get more involved in the business end of things and do something with my somewhat large but growing following. Any advice?

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