Shelly Ford's Groups (6)

  • Goal: 300 Followers

    200 members Latest Activity: Aug 24, 2015 Looking for blogs to follow and readers to post comments regularly. I will do the same in return. Let's help grow each other's blogs.

  • Contests and Giveaways Galore!

    2200 members Latest Activity: 16 hours ago

    If you: 1) Are a blogger holding/hosting a contest or giveway; 2) A person/company with a product/service and are sponsoring a giveaway on a Mommy…

  • 12 Week Blog Shape Up Plan

    525 members Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2015 Ready to take your blog to the next level? Join us for the 12 Week Blog Shape Up Plan starting on January 3, 2011. You can start any time! Join and…

  • Follow Each Other In Blogs

    725 members Latest Activity: Jun 2

    In this group, we follow through Google Friend Connect, Networked Blogs, Google Reader, Subscribe, Twitter and Facebook.

  • Simply Follow

    1649 members Latest Activity: 15 hours ago

    Hey Mommy Blogging Friends.....It's Simple Follow all who follow you! Simply Follow is a place to meet new friends!

  • Goal: 200 followers!

    519 members Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2015 This is a group for those of us that are trying to build our followers and seem to be stuck! Let's make a goal to try to get up to 200 followers!…

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