"Hi. Wow. I am in awe of you. I have a difficult time with my relationship with money and stuff, and I know that I could learn much from you. Excited to check out your blog. Please visit me as well... www.getrealmama.blogspot.com"
I am hoping you can help me find a plug in to email a "thank you" to new commenters on my blog. Do you think it is okay to just email them directly and not use plug in since there are so few of them :-("
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"I have to say that Matt does help me quite a bit with my son. He and I were separated for a while so I personally think that has something to do with it. Before the separation, he was not helpful at all. I think the whole knowing what you lost bit…"
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Thanks for starting the blogs list. Once it has more info on it, I will go back and make sure I am following each every one of you. I have not been on here because I have been working on a wordpress…"
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My girlfriend and I are both state employees and really having a hard time making ends meet. But one day I had a realization, I was dirt broke with a few bucks in the bank and yet I was as happy as could be. I had everything I really needed, my health, family, a roof over my head, friends, and I was not alone no matter what life threw my way. I then decided that I would just look for ways to make providing the "need" for my family the least as possible so I could enjoy what was really important.
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I am very respectful of the fact that I am a newbie and in a position to learn from others. I respect the hard work other have put into their successful blogs. I'm a sponge willing and able to learn and have no intent of taking away from anyone's well deserved thunder. Blogging is a lot of fun but it is truly a labor intensive labor of love.
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Hi. Wow. I am in awe of you. I have a difficult time with my relationship with money and stuff, and I know that I could learn much from you. Excited to check out your blog. Please visit me as well... www.getrealmama.blogspot.com
Hi There from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hi Marsha, So sorry for the delay, but some of my blogger club emails ended up in spam. I took them out! :-) Thanks for the feedback on Twitter.. It's good to have a respectable # of followers, but it's not worth any work there. I use plug-ins too. I've had problems with a couple. For example GD star would not let me add a title to the rating, so my users could get confused.. were they rating the baby product or my review of it, so I just deactivated it. It's good to have someone to talk to about these things! blogging can be lonely :-)
Hi Marsha! Yes, I've been using Wordpress plugins which are great. One of my favs is "Shockingly Simple Favicon". It doesn't help with SEO, but it puts your icon up on the browser tab so people can identify your page and easily get back to it. I'm pretty good at image editing, and I really need back links, so I'm thinking about a barter to create favicons for related sites in exchange for adding my link button to their website. Just pondering it :-) What do you think?
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