I need your advice. I joined The Follow Me Club I about a month ago and followed well over 200 wonderful blogs. I have received 71 follows in return. What do you suggest that I do to get reciprocity? I have gone back and asked some people individually. But I cannot do that for all of the remaining non-followers. I have left a general comment with the group twice. Any suggestions?? My site is www.proactiveblackparenting.blogspot.com. Thanks for your help.
I am now a follower in the Follow Me Club. I noticed that I am not followed by you yet. I hope you will visit my site--www.proactiveblackparenting.blogspot.com. Absolutely love your photos. Looking for you in the card isle!! So cool!
Hi Tish, last week I was able to leave comments under the Following me discussion, but now for some reason it won't allow me to. I'm a member of this group and it used to allow me to but now suddenly it won't. Did I do anything wrong or something. I'm not sure. Please help. Someone left me a comment and I'd like to reply but it won't allow me too. Any ideas? thanks. Love this site!
I changed my URL for Follow Me Club. I submitted it, but I don't want it to be confusing. Is there anyway you can delete my last post and correct my post at 112? I was leandrealarry.blogspot, but I've changed to workingontoday.blogspot. The new title is Working On Today. I just don't want to waste anyone's time trying to refollow me. Sorry for the madness!
HI, i look forward to following your blog hope you will check mine out and become a follower and also I am hosting my first drawing for a FitDeck set maybe you would be interested in entering.
Hi Tess, I am following your blog but I'm having problems posting a comment. It kept rejecting my google blogger account..Hhmmm...anyway, hope you get to visit mine. I would love you to share your comments.
BTW thanks for putting together this group...NOW I have plenty of reading to do!
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