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Vanita's Blog Posts Tagged 'blog' (3)

Royalty Free Images for Mompreneur Business Blogging - Review & Giveaway

Isn't Content King? What The Heck Do I Need Images For?

As bloggers blogging for business - selling services, ad space or working towards Brand partnership - we all need our sites to be visually appealing.



A great theme is a must, but what about your posts and pages?



If you haven't noticed, my posts are pretty wordy. The use of visual…

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Added by Vanita on June 26, 2011 at 6:44am — No Comments

How Do You Thank Your Readers?

Your Blog Readers

The 9 to 5. Cooking dinner. Homework help. Repairs around the house. Diaper changes. Mowing the lawn. Playtime. Bedtime rituals. Dishes. Scrub the damn tub. There's so much to do. Where do any of us bloggers find the time to blog? Add to that, reading other blogs, leaving comments (real comments not vomit), networking, etc.



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Added by Vanita on June 9, 2011 at 5:54am — 2 Comments

Feeling constrained by the Mom Blog Niche

Here's Where My Mind's At

I'm a good mom. I know that. I'm an experienced mom. Boy, do I know that shyt too. I'm also a bloody tech savvy genius. That, my friends, is worth A LOT.  I've been trying to "fit" into this "niche" of mom bloggers because I'm a MoM and a Blogger, but the fact is, dude, I'm tired of second guessing every bloody thing I…

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Added by Vanita on April 3, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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