"I am so proud to be Canadian, I would hate to have to hide that on my blog to get more followers or opportunities. There has to be another way. The blogging world and the giveaway opportunities are certainly dominated by the US."
Just joined the group and couldn't agree with you more. My blog is Money Saving Canadian Mom and I feel that having the "Canadian" word in it lessens traffic to the blog because of the huge US Bloggy world.... but It is…"
"I think there is a much bigger following in the US definitely with higher traffic too! I see the ones at momdot and think wow what am I doing wrong?
The Canadian mom blogs I've found with the highest following are giveaway blogs like that of my…"
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LOL I love your analogy: twitter=facebook on crack. Yes, I guess you're right. Funny how it's taken over my facebook time, especially since I now have it update my facebook status for me. My poor friends, abandoned :-)
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