I'm pretty new to blogging, right at 1 month actually, and I'm trying to learn the ropes. I've been working on so much lately from SEO to gaining followers to pitching companies and trying to still write read-worthy posts (which I feel I am currently lacking). I would love for you guys to rate my blog and I want honest opinions.
I would also love to hear any tips or suggestions to any of the things I listed above or just blogging on general.
I am also (already) thinking about moving to wordpress but I don't want to lose ALL of this work I have put into blogger....and I have put in a LOT! Has anyone done this without losing everything? I would love to hear how it went.
Here's my mommy blog! And if you follow, just comment & tell me, I always follow back! Promise!
Hi! I am following you now, so please follow me back www.getrealmama.blogspot.com
I am all about snarky! I am 11 years over than you, would love to hear how parenthood is different at your age. I might get jealous!
I doubt parenting is really THAT different, and I'm willing to bet I just as tired as any "older" mom! Haha.
Love you blog background!!!
Rachel Kargas said:
Hi! I am following you now, so please follow me back www.getrealmama.blogspot.com I am all about snarky! I am 11 years over than you, would love to hear how parenthood is different at your age. I might get jealous!
Now for feedback, I think you've done a pretty good job for a newbie! The only suggestion I really have for design is to shrink that header. It's a cute header but it takes up most of your space and people have to scroll to get to your content.
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