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Comment by Henna Blossom on April 1, 2013 at 9:54pm

I'm commenting! ;)

Great vlog. I'm new to blogging so I don't have many pet peeves yet, but already in my short time of blogging, I know how MUCH work and time goes into making a good post! It's definitely nice when you get the recognition!

Comment by Winter M Harris on April 1, 2013 at 12:36pm

I can't stand the competition, but I have been fortunate to find a great group of bloggers that are extremely helpful. I  love comments, so I also agree that the lack of comments is frustrating.  I also believe that compensation depends on the what is being expected.  I have a point to sponsor anywhere from 4 to 5 blogs a month but one I do not compensate for is my Monday's Mom feature.  Why?  Because, my website is for my magazine which is generating a lot of traffic even though it is new.  I use this feature to give back to the faith based blogging community because I could charge to feature these moms and I don't.  Nor do I plan to.  So I believe compensation is relative, but I agree.  I honestly think with all the bloggers that companies will demand more of bloggers (stats, traffic) and make it a less fruitful way to make a living.  I've already read a lot about that happening.  I think bloggers who have been around for a while have benefited the most.  I think we should all ultimately blog because we love what we do!  Great video and I loved your natural hair :) 

Comment by Cynthia Tolbert-Wilson on March 7, 2013 at 2:05am

This was a great video.  I will have to say that my biggest pet peeve is comments.  I spend about an hour commenting on other blogs a day and my comments are not there. If Iccomplished something even if it is just tell me that you hated the article and here is why. I try to leave a comment even if it something they wrote over a year ago but I will search until I find something that I can leave a good comment on.  Comments makes me feel like I have accomplish something. I see that I have the vistiors but not as well commmenting.  You are right there are a lot of expenses associated with blogging.  At times I think that I could redesign a room in my house for less than the cost of setting up, maintaining and keeping up with theme trends

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