"Hiya, Sarah! It's nice to see a familiar face over here. (I'm @MoonshadowFarm on Twitter, @AndyFogarty's wife)
I use Google Analytics. I do have a habit of staying up till midnight just to look at the day's stats.
Not that I…"
"Hey there, Carla!
I'm pretty new to the blogging thing. I just joined here last week. My blog is www.barnmama.com
I write about being the mama of two young girls (and the wife of a blogger) while also working as a riding instructor and horse…"
"I have only mentioned my (still new) blog to a couple friends. I'd rather try and build a readership without spreading it amongst the people I know in real life. In fact, I haven't even posted it on my facebook, yet. I'm not too sure…"
"Welcome to MBC! I am also pretty new around here, and look forward to checking out your blog. If you're interested, come check out mine: http://josiahsnest.com
I am a new mama, and love getting advice from those who have already experienced…"
"Right now, Twitter is my only means of driving traffic to my blog. My blog is VERY new, but I've been on Twitter for quite a while, networking with other people in the horse industry. My twitter address is http://twitter.com/MoonshadowFarm
"Hi Jill! Welcome! I just wanted t o introduce myself, and my blog, The Book Buff: Book Reviews for Regular People. Check it out at http://www.thebookbuff.blogspot.com.
These networks can be a bit overwhelming at first, so if you have any questions,…"
Hey Jill, I just wanted to welcome you to MBC.
I look forward to following your blog. A little about me: I'm the mother of a VERY busy and very interesting toddler. I have a serious passion for cooking, reading, and Photoshop, all while trying to keep Lil' Man from destroying my house.
Please stop by and visit Barely Mommy, I love connecting with and following other mom bloggers!
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