Make it easier for us MBC members to connect on Twitter!
http://twitter.com/lilmomthatcould

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Hey Jessica - I'm following you now on Twitter - My ID is Brunette01
Thanks for this thread :-)

Greetings, Mom Bloggers!

If you are interested in home based business promotion and/or the green market for home businesses, follow me - http://www.twitter.com/icjackson

Have a great day :-)
I don't know if I'm doing this right or not, but my twitter is http://www.twitter.com/lorelaicc
Hi all - I'm very new and the baby is crying so I'll write more later!
http://www.twitter.com/knitnmom

:)
http://twitter.com/designmama

be sure to check the general comments section too, since a lot of MBC members are leaving their URLs on there as well!
I am at: http://www.twitter.com/mommyinstincts

do some shopping at my etsy store too!

http://creativecatcreations.etsy.com
soy candles, jewelry, drink coasters, coffee cup cozy's and more...
Mine is http://twitter.com/leaseahb

Do those of y'all who use Twitter find it beneficial? Or is it annoying to see when everyone is having breakfast...lunch...dinner?
My twitter url is http://twitter.com/marylutz. See ya there!
I've never used it for business purposes, sure I mention if I'm offering a VA special or something like that but that was not the reason behind joining Twitter. It's always been a personal thing - just for fun type thing.

Oh back to your questions...LOL. I can say that it has been beneficial in driving traffic to my blog and even my VA website.

It doesn't annoy me when people Twitter about breakfast, lunch, dinner, etc. That's the personal level that I like - it makes me feel connected to my friends. Maybe I'm just weird.

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