Yesterday, I spent the day with around 60 inspirational ladies who I have at least one thing in common with: blogging! The UK’s biggest parent blogging network, the Tots100, had invited bloggers to join them for their Blog Summit and of course, I simply had to make my way down to the M-Shed, where the event took place. 1) There’s never anything blogging-related going on in Bristol and 2) there were some epic bloggers on the guest list and I couldn’t wait to finally meet them after months and years of reading their blogs and chatting on Facebook and Twitter.
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köpa Viagra i usa 1) Telling Sally how young she looks, will boost your Tots rank! (I’m currently scheduling daily tweets!)
2) When charities want you to campaign with them, ask them what you could achieve that other bloggers couldn’t!
3) With every follow link you’re giving a little of your PageRank away!
4) Google isn’t the law, but it’s illegal not to disclose paid for content!
5) Schedule your sponsored posts and work with a calendar, so they don’t take the fun out of blogging
6) If you want to attract American readers, pin, tweet and share on Facebook at noon and between 2-5am!
7) Ask a daily question on your Facebook page to create a community feel!
8) When taking photos of your children, move around, get on their level and use space to tell a story!
9) Get yourself a £12 LED lamp from B&Q and bounce the light off the wall, when you take foodie photos at night!
10) Chris Mosler gives the best hugs in blogland and Annie Spratt is a rather convincing cookie. Look what she got me to do!
http://vaneeuwijkadvocaten.nl/?nl=binaire-opties-technische-analyse binaire opties technische analyse If you went to Blog Summit in Bristol, which is the one thing that you took away for you and your blog? Did you enjoy yourself and will you be back? Has Blog Summit Bristol inspired you to make changed to your blog or the way you promote your blog?