โ€‹First of all, if you reblog this post you help me, I help you and you help your readers, so everyone wins.

Hey everyone. Quite a boring day for me over here๐Ÿ˜•. But, yesterday, I took a little break from writing poems and I gave out blogging tips which I hadn’t done in a long time. Today, because of my inability to do “Share your Link Friday“; which I haven’t done in over a month (I’ll try to do it this week Friday), I decided to do a share your link post instead so everyone can promote their blog and share a link to whatever they want us to read. Everyone and anyone is welcome and encouraged to promote their blog or share a link to their post in the comment section as much as they like.

This is a great opportunity for you to get some new readers, followers, and also drive traffic to your site. If you want to get your blog out there, this is a great way to start. So, here’s what you’ll do: you’ll leave your blog’s url, or a link to your new/best post in the comment section; and everyone has to visit a blog. I’ll check out everyone’s blog as well. In the mean time, I hope everyone finds a new blog to read and new bloggers/friends to connect with. Don’t forget to add https:// to your url; it’s important. 

Note: You are welcome to return as often as you’d like to leave as many links as possible. The more links you leave, the better.

If you think others will like to promote their blog, please share on your social media, promote the link on your site, or reblog so other bloggers can join us. The more bloggers involved, the more networking opportunities for all of us. 

Don’t just leave your link; check out other blogs as well; like their post, comment, and follow. Spread some love and create a friendly community. You never know what you’ll learn from other people’s blog and their experiences as well. So start reblogging and commenting your links. Everyone is welcome to share their link. Enjoy!๐Ÿ˜Š

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  1. Hello everyone my blog has moderately humorous stories and sometimes poems about life change and trying to let go of some of the damage that has been done to me as well as damage I have done to to others. It is Faith based so don’t be surprised when you see some Biblical references. I don’t try to cram religion down anyone’s throat, but rather try to show how it has helped me in hopes that I might reach someone out there may need the same kind of help but not now it. Thanks!

  2. My blog is mostly about sharing my story about living with severe Bipolar Disorder in hopes of increasing awareness and educating about mental illness through love, courage, strength, inspiration, education, perseverance and filling my posts and pages with with God, love, courage, strength, inspiration, perseverance, humor, poetry and stories. My blog is filled with a variety of different kinds of posts but trying to keep most of them related to mental illness and Bipolar Disorder in order to greatly help others in any way I can. Here is another psot about mental illness stigma…… written more with a poetry style

  3. These are four samples of my poetry….. I hope you like them and I promise I will not post anymore links since I have posted so many all ready. I am just hoping people will like my posts. Thank you and have a fabulous day.

  4. Hey guys, loving looking through everyoneโ€™s sites again! Iโ€™m Laidig, a playwright/performer from Scotland. When Iโ€™m not seeing shows, reviewing them, or creating work of my own, I share photography as a backup plan. Last night, I had a script of mine workshopped with actors and a director, and I decided to reflect on it and what it means for my creative future:

    Otherwise, get to know me on my about page (still due an update, whoops) and let me know you stopped by! Iโ€™m hoping to break 200 wp-followers AND sites to follow before the year is out, so any help in either department is much appreciated!

  5. Hi guys !!
    I’m still fairly new so I’m welcoming everyone to check my blog out ! All comments, love and follows will be greatly appreciated! I’ll be doing the same as I check out this thread .

      1. Thank you so much for checking me out as well as the follow . I will be doing the same “if I’m not already “๐Ÿ˜Œ and i hope you continue to enjoy my pieces โฃ

  6. Thank you for hosting, Okoto!!!!! Absolutely love these meet & greets. Pleasure to meet you all!!!!! I just moved out to California with my husband this past summer and created my blog to give our family and friend updates. I write about all our adventures, travel, FOOD, and I wear my heart on my sleeve. Thankful for this blogging community ! xo

  7. Good Morning!!
    Every action WE take…matters, for all of us…for all time.
    Sometimes, when WE look back at year-end, we think we’re woefully low on the accomplishment side of the ledger….BUT never forget that there are generations yet unborn whose very lives will be shifted and shaped by the moves WE make and the actions WE take today. And tomorrow. And the next day. [ 77 more words ]

  8. Hey Okoto! This is Suze of Obsolete Childhood! Hope to see a few new faces (or names as people generally don’t screenshot themselves on here! Found two lovely blogs to follow in the past ten minutes of browsing here so thanks so much for that!

  9. You’re so GREAT!! I wanted to stop by and let you know that I actually nominated you for the entertainer blogger award tag, just in case you are interested in doing it <3 It's under my The Entertainer Blogger award post. I'm not sure if you like tags like that, but I wanted to let you know ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for ALL the LOVE on my blog!! Truly appreciate it!!

  10. Hii okoto and the world ..Here is the link of my blog
    My blog contains all sorts of stories ,here there everywhere .Its all about how I feel and living at the moment with a tinch of humour Basically it’s all about how things and life are from the perspective of an Indian young independent girl.

    I love ur writing totally ..They are just so intense and right at the same time beautiful. Glad we met all thanks to WordPress community. โ˜บ๐Ÿ˜Š

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