Hi Rachel, I usually advertise my giveaways by also placing them on my facebook and twitter. Depending on how often you post on your blog I also remind me people every 2-3 days about the giveaway up the cut off date. Don't worry people will eventually come. Good Luck! :)
Hi there. I just looked at your blog and I actually am following you. It is an older picture though, because it is the only one that would fit in the little box. Your blog is great hun, keep plugging along.
Welcome to MBC from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing light, witty, informative and entertaining articles on every topic you can possibly imagine. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Thanks, it surely takes time! I have been blogging since March, and tried out those groups on here where you follow people who follow you. Gave up on that, and decided to get more personal by building relationships with other women, being consistent to writing on other women's blogs that i read, etc. It's kind of hard work, but it's been really fun, and I have actually made some friendships along the way! I'm actually having lunch with a bunch of mommy bloggers in the area this afternoon! :)
Hi Rachel. Welcome to MBC - I am also pretty new around here, and look forward to checking out your blog. If you are interested, come check out mine: http://josiahsnest.com
I am a new mama, and love getting advice and tips from those who have already experienced what I am currently going through. I am constantly asking questions on the blog, and would love to hear from you!
Nice to "meet" you on here. Have a great weekend - Moriah
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