Promote Your Blog! [closed]

Dear Friends,

Happy June! This weekend, I again open up for another Meet & Greet event. Remember, this is your moment to shine! This was originally started on PhoebeMD as a dedicated time for you all to come together to share blogs and favorite posts, make new connections, and expand your blog audiences.

The guidelines, like always, are very simple…

– To Promote Your Post or Blog –

 Step 1Select a blog post that you would like to share with others.

◊ Step 2: Tell us a little bit about your post and copy and paste the link to it.

◊ Step 3 (very important): Show support to one another through visiting each other’s blogs and likingcommenting, and following. The more love you give to other bloggers, the more you will receive in return—this is a fact!

◊ Step 4: Bookmark this post and revisit as many times as you would like to explore new arrivals. We often get bloggers who join in later, so there are always new blogs to explore.

On these Meet & Greet days, I turn off comment moderation so as to allow you all to easily communicate with each other. So let’s spread some love and make this a great Meet & Greet weekend!



174 thoughts on “Promote Your Blog! [closed]

  1. Hi Everyone!

    What a great opportunity for everyone to share their blog!

    I’ve always enjoyed writing and so I figured why not start a blog. It’s been a chore to get more traffic to my site but with opportunities like this one, I am very appreciative!

    I am in the midst of a career change, hopefully it will be my last. If not, just another chance for me to learn something new and grow in the process.

    Take a peek at my site when you have a chance. I would really love to read your comments!

    Happy Summer!

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  2. Phoebe, thank you for offering this. I run a blog that covers health, financial and technology topics, with some occasional humor, art and poetry added. In the medical area, I digest items from a number of different medical research sources and publish the ones that appear to have practical value and have been under-reported in mainstream media. (There’s no lack of candidates.) One of the pieces from this week is “The Problem of False Negatives” at

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    1. Well written.I am also doctor.Life is really challenging during intership and residency.kindly also go through my following post

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      1. Thank you, Christopher! That is very kind of you, I’m really happy you like my blog so far, I’m looking forward to interacting with you more in the future 🙂


  3. Hi Everyone! I hope you are having a good day. Thanks Phoebe for providing this platform.

    This piece of poetry will resonate with you if the ideology of “grass looks greener on the other side” ever echoed in your mind. If you ever felt that you needed to be on the other side of the world or adored the ease of something when looked upon from distant. It is a short read that will reflect on that tempting thought. I wrote this poem when I was at my terrace one evening observing the silhouette of other people with a curiosity of getting to know them.

    Enjoy Reading.

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