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"Welcome to Mom Blogger's Club! I hope you enjoy your time here and find it helpful! I know it can be overwhelming at first but I promise, you'll be a pro on here in no time! I write a blog called The Adventures of J-Man and MillerBug.…"
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RWAHM started back in September 2010 with no money. (Ok, a little because I had to buy the registration for my site and hosting.) My objective is to learn online income through blogging and other online platforms, earn passive income, AND to share what I know with my readers.
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Blogging is the new frontier for women. As a woman and writer online I have found that women online are bold and powerful when they want to be. This is an amazing new world we live in and the Internet and blogging have helped this happen.
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Welcome to Mom Blogger's Club! I hope you enjoy your time here and find it helpful! I know it can be overwhelming at first but I promise, you'll be a pro on here in no time! I write a blog called The Adventures of J-Man and MillerBug. It's a blog about my life with my two boys and I do some pretty cool giveaways (OK, I think they're cool! Do you?)
Every weekend I host the Finding New Friends Weekend Blog Hop. It's a great way to find new followers and friends as well as get to know more of your fellow mom bloggers. If you're not familiar with a blog hop, all you have to do is add your blog to the list. Participants then "hop" from blog to blog to find great new blogs! It's a ton of fun! I'd love to have you join us. It's going on now so come on over and link up! You can find it here:http://www.jmanandmillerbug.com/2011/11/finding-new-friends-weekend-blog-hop_10.html#more. Be sure to leave a messge if you join up so that I can follow you back!
Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you with anything in your blogging journey! I look forward to being your friend!
Welcome to MBC! We are glad to have you here. We look forward connecting more with you. I'm a super mama who has a family friendly blog. I also have a weekday blog hop called Exposure 99%. Is a great way for you to increase your blog readers and followers, and at same time make new bloggy friends. Hope you join us and i look forward connecting more with you here. Enjoy your stay in MBC!
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