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Comment by ThePranaMama on September 15, 2009 at 2:29pm
Does anyone out there make money on their blog through the various ad programs or private advertisers? If so - this question is for you!

How many hits on a site are considered high enough or attractive enough to an advertiser? I am just starting out - I am at about 1500 hits/week.

What should my goal be before I actively pursue private advertisers? (125x125 block ads)

Thanks!
Comment by Amy Musing on September 15, 2009 at 1:53pm
Writer Moms! There's a Follow Group just for us. Here's the link. Hop on the list!
Comment by joanna on September 15, 2009 at 10:57am
Hi Ladies.
I haven't visited here much - all this blogging takes time! I am also trying to start a business as a journaling workshop leader and it is frustratingly slow-going. Knowing people have read my blog makes my day :) Please join me at http://jlucymuses.blogspot.com
Comment by Stacey M on September 15, 2009 at 10:29am
Hello everyone! It looks like I am not alone in my quest to follow my passion for writing. I've been blogging for almost two years and love making my friends and family laugh. I want to continue to improve my writing skills and hope to find support here. You can find me at www.staceysmotheringmoments.blogspot.com
Comment by Melinda Means on September 13, 2009 at 8:41pm
Hi fellow writers!
I need your help! I am working on an article on how humor can be healing in relationships (specifically parenting relationships). I am looking for parenting anecdotes/experiences of how parents used humor to help their child cope/heal in the face of grief, failure or unexpected crisis. These don't have to be life-shattering examples. They can be about using humor in everyday situations of loss -- like not making a sports team, or being rejected by peers or losing a friendship.

My deadline to send my outline to the publication is tomorrow (Monday, the 14th). If you think that you have a story or perhaps a general philosophy about humor that works in your family, could you please email me asap at melinda@parentingconfessions.com? If it's something I think I can use, I will contact you and make arrangements for a brief phone interview.

Thank you!!
Comment by Maryann Castronovo on September 4, 2009 at 3:55pm
Hi everyone. Just wrote a piece on The Road to Oprah... Check out my blog www.raisingmommy.com
Comment by Rocky Mountain Memoirs on September 4, 2009 at 2:19pm
I have decided to follow my passion for writing and have just begun my blog. I'm very excited to begin a new chapter in my life! Check out my blog...

http://rockymountainmemoirs.blogspot.com/
Comment by Melyssa on September 4, 2009 at 7:07am
Happy Friday All! New guest post on girlgetstrong.com posted today-The Play Date Scene-check it out (-:
Comment by Amy Dee Clark on September 3, 2009 at 9:58pm
Hey everyone! I just joined the group and am excited to have found it. I love writing, always have. I have kept a journal since the seventh grade (and I'm now in my mid-thirties!)...now that I have a child, typing on the computer is so much faster! I am a SAHM and would love to learn about freelancing opportunites. Thanks for this group!
Comment by Melissa Taylor on August 30, 2009 at 12:53am
Amy, very funny and sweet post - thanks for sharing!

- Melissa (www.imaginationsoup.net)
 

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