As a longtime internet marketing/SEO guru that made the transition from working in the corporate world to becoming a WAHM, I'm sharing my knowledge in a new series on my blog that's a sort of WAHM guide. I want to write about pertinent topics that real moms want to know about. SO: if you're looking for advice on blogging, working from home or finding jobs that will LET you work from home, tell me what specifically you really want to know and I"ll try to feature it!

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I am interested in learning how to get companies to give me samples or products that I can giveaway on my blog.  I am new to the personal blogging but have been blogging for about 3 years now.

Here is the list of things that I would love to see on your blog

1. Obviously how to get more followers

2. What are blog hops?

3. What is the best ROI in terms of time versus the million things you can do to promote your blog.

4. What are the metrics of a successful blog? Comments? Pageviews? Unique visitors?

5. Would you be willing to critique my blog? http://hermommyness.com/

Thank you for doing this. Its great to join forums and see people willing to help others out :)

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