I love the idea of having a group where I can ask questions in a comfortable environment. I am not in competition with anyone else blogs. I want to have fellow blogger friends to learn from. Every once in a while I have techie questions... help there would be nice too.
Great discussion Marsha. I have just started blogging full time and I would love any tips on how you all bring people to read your blogs and not just follow you and never come back. What are some ways you all keep your followers and visitors interested?
I just finished reading last night both "Blogging with Moxie" and "Problogger: Secrets for Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income". First let me say, I am such a dork for not reading these two books before I actually started my blog. I could have saved myself hours of insanity and probably a handful of hair still on my head. I started bloggin on a whim because my girlfriend said we would share the work. the she bailed and here I am...on my own... but I do love it. To be very honest, I was so darn naive about it all that I didn't even know the whole "make money" part of blogging. I should say my knowledge of it was limited to swagbucks and a few extra bucks from Amazon. It is just like me to jump and think later... and I wonder where my son gets it :-)
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