Cortney Galster's Blog – February 2013 Archive (2)

WAHM: Finding the Right Sponsored Content for Your Blog (Part One)

I spoke earlier today about blogging. As I was putting together my outline for what I was going to talk about, I realized that there are a lot of broad blogging tips that I’ve never really had a chance to delve into before on my blog. So be happy, my friends – today I’m going to tell you a little more about how to make money blogging!

Just to preface all of these tips, I’m going to assume that you already have an understanding of blogging, social networking and all…

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Added by Cortney Galster on February 20, 2013 at 7:50pm — No Comments

Alas, My Blog Is Not Lost!

Earlier this week, my website went down. There was a snafu with the hosting – where for some reason, my new website hosting plan {for the web geeks out there} wouldn’t apply to this domain name. Which resulted in my hosting service having to switch things around manually. Which concluded with everything being deletedfrom my website.

So after sitting on hold with them for fifteen minutes, crying my eyes out as I waited for a representative to…

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Added by Cortney Galster on February 6, 2013 at 6:17pm — 1 Comment

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