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Started by Quirky Momma , author of quirkymomma.com 1/13/2011 9:17:40 PM

I remember awhile ago there was a thread of conversation starters, where people signed up and swapped comments on each other's communities and we became a support group for the smaller blogfrog communities.  Well, I want to go visit you again!!!

Leave your link to your community and I'll stop by for a visit :)

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Reply by Ali

author of an ordinary mom 1/14/2011 1:24:53 PM

Here's mine- http://theblogfrog.com/1278075

I've got a series of discussion posts started to discuss the individual chapters of Proverbs for those reading a chapter a day for the month, and any month throughout the year...

but I welcome other conversations! :D


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Reply by Jill

author of Hagler Happenings 1/15/2011 2:46:41 PM

Here's my community, Hagler Happenings: 
http://theblogfrog.com/1399232

I did something similar on my community too. It kind of fizzled off around Christmas time though.


I wasn't around for the last one but I'm a newbie very interested in sharing the love and having some people join my community so I'm in! Great idea! Here's a link to my community:

http://theblogfrog.com/1501879


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Reply by Aileen

author of Home Sweet Home 1/16/2011 11:41:04 AM

Hi.  I am just finding my feet and I am completely new to the blogging experience and need as much help as possible from you experts out there.  Here is a link to my community.

 http://theblogfrog.com/1501815


brand new- blogging about fishing in florida- have 3 boys (we homeschool) and my wife has been blogging for awhile- http://advneturezinchildrearing.blogspot.com   she shares tips for saving money, free homeschool stuff, and getting in good family time - especially in the outdoors.

we are outdoor people- people come to our area from all over the world to fish- hoping this is another way to reach them!

we can help plan vacations for almost any budget!

good idea- thanks for putting it together!


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Reply by LFH

author of Letters From Home 1/16/2011 7:53:13 PM

Great idea.  I could definitely use some help with my community.  Relatively new to it.  Here is my community:

http://theblogfrog.com/1501455

Also, one question.  Rustin talked about syndicating a discussion.  What is that, how do you do it and why do you do it?  (Ok it was three questions made to look like one) 

Thanks!


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Reply by Quirky Momma

author of quirkymomma.com 1/16/2011 8:59:49 PM

@ LFH - RE: Syndicating a discussion...

I don't know how other communities do it, but I am a leader of MomLoop.  What we call a "syndicated discussion" is a thread that is sponsored by a company.  We are financially compensated for running the thread and publicizing the company/products mentioned in that thread.  We have had a few sponsored threads - like 6 or 7, we'd like more but haven't put much effort into finding companies to sponsor.  Hope that helps :)

I think the community Coffee Talk is doing a great job - for ideas of how to base a convo around a product check them out.


I just recently started a community My Creative Outlet.

I'd greatly appreciate it if you stopped by.


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Reply by Jill

author of Hagler Happenings 1/21/2011 10:44:56 PM

I'm following you both on BlogFrog. :)

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LFH said ...
Great idea.  I could definitely use some help with my community.  Relatively new to it.  Here is my community:

 


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captain mark said ...
brand new- blogging about fishing in florida- have 3 boys (we homeschool) and my wife has been blogging for awhile- http://advneturezinchildrearing.blogspot.com   she shares tips for saving money, free homeschool stuff, and getting in good family time - especially in the outdoors.


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Reply by LFH

author of Letters From Home 1/22/2011 10:21:32 AM

 Thank you for the follow.  I am following you too.

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I'm following you both on BlogFrog. :)


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