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We all want to get our posts seen when we submit them to the social networks. So let's do it. Submit your social profiles (digg, stumble, delicious, etc) or links and let's vote eachother up!

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Latest Activity: Jun 27, 2011

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Comment by Crissy on June 8, 2010 at 11:11am
Hi guys! Would you pretty, pretty please click this link to cast a vote for DearCrissy.com on Top Baby Blogs? After you click, they ask you to confirm by clicking the graphic at the top one more time, so, only two clicks to vote!

I'm finally at the bottom of page 2, and while it's probably never going to happen (haha) I am shooting for page 1!

CLICK HERE: http://ow.ly/1VpXA

xoxo,
Crissy

(ps if you need me to follor/vote for you just email me personally! dearcrissy@gmail.com)
Comment by Sabreena Houston on May 28, 2010 at 3:51pm
Thanks for the invite Jenny. This is a good idea because I just joined Digg and went around my email contacts begging asking them to Digg my article. At this point I am only involved in Digg, here it is:
http://digg.com/users/MaternalMrs

I have been contemplating twitter but not sure.
Comment by Jenny on May 28, 2010 at 12:08pm
Comment by Jenny on May 28, 2010 at 12:07pm
I guess I'll start. Here are some of mine you can vote me up on....

http://www.mixx.com/users/missjenny
http://digg.com/users/lilmissjenny
http://delicious.com/lilmissjenny
 

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