I've been blogging for just over a year, but really only been regular at it for the last 4-5 months. I find that my comments usually only come on days that I link with other bloggers doing things like A Thousand Words Thursday, Friday Fragments, and Random Tuesday Thoughts.
Any ideas? Am I just boring when I don't use those features? Thanks for any help!
Hi Jamie! Just visited your blog and became a follower. I don't think that not linking to other blogger is boring! I actually like better to read different lives stories, personal ones, about random daily things... I blog mostly about my baby girl... but I could write about anything really.... visit my blog: love&olive
I only saw blog posts centered around these themes. I like your personal voice (I think it's cute - the keyboard hot jealous and needed new batteries too) & I don't imagine you'd be boring themeless. I actually prefer to read blog posts that don't follow any particular format like those themese, they may be fun to write, but eh.....I don't know if they're more fun to read. It could just be me though.
I like pink, but over the light yellow background the pink is hard to see, I would make that darker. Actually I think the dark orange of the flower petals would look nice.
The meme's you are participating in is a good way to get followers. Don't be concerned about lack of comments on other days. When your true followship develops they will begin to comment. Your stat counter lets you know people are reading and that's good. Just be yourself. I'd add more vibrant photos too. You can go to sxc.hu for free photos. You don't have to post your own every time. If you write about something and have no photo, go find one to add. You can also add a footnote of where you got the photo at.
I think a signature to coordinate with your blog would be good too. Maybe begin a meme all your own.
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