Promote your blog at phoebemd.comMeet & Greet

Promote Your Blog [closed]

Happy April! This week, I again open up for another Meet & Greet event. Remember, this is your moment to shine! I originally started this on PhoebeMD as a dedicated time for bloggers to come together to share their work, make new connections, and expand their blog audiences.

The guidelines, like always, are simple…

– To Promote Your Blog or Post –

Step 1

Select 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 (important)

Start networking! I encourage you to use my Comment Section to chat/connect with one another and make your presence known; take advantage of this time and interact with other bloggers. The more love you give, 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. Also feel free to spread the word by sharing or reblogging!

On these days, I turn off comment moderation to allow you all to easily converse with one another on this post. So feel free to use this platform to chat and network.

Let’s make this a great Meet & Greet weekend!

With love,

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  1. Phoebe, this is my second time around your Promote Your Blog blog. Last time I connected with so many wonderful bloggers that I thought I’d do it again. I’m a fiction writer, writing both cozy cat mysteries and not-so-cozy cat sci-fantasy. I also write a bit of poetry, often about cats, but sometimes not. My most recent blogpost is a gathering of short non-cat poems. Check it out at Mollie Hunt: Crazy Cat Lady Mysteries and more. Thanks for playing along.

  2. Thank-you so much, Phoebe, for giving others the chance to expand our horizons! I just decided to share the home page of my blog which includes links to several of my posts. My blog centers around inspiring comfort after child loss. After losing our adult son, I knew my experiences could help others find this peace. Visual arts, poetry, music, natural healing and nature are also frequent tie ins to my writing. Here it is:

  3. While reading , it seemed like traveling with you. So detailed account and beautiful poems made it an interesting read. Would love to check out more⭐

  4. This is such a great way to connect to other bloggers. I’ve checked out some of your promoting post before and found amazing people and content here. This is the first time I’ll share a post. My blog is new, and is about anything related to literature and my own pieces. This post is an analysis/discussion if reading helps when writting, or if sometimes it can be a distraction.
    Here’s the link:

  5. What a capital idea! Thanx for the opportunity to connect with other like-minded people! I write poetry, stories and have published book 1 in a historical trilogy about a tiny freshwater island in Maine, a game preserve with one family living there for over 20 years. My grandfather was the caretaker and grandmother was busy homeschooling me. My historic research surprised me by revealing we had members of our family tree who settled there in the 1700’s! I write about writing, post photos of the island and would like you to experience one of my poems: CHUNKS OF SOUL….ENJOY! ~ T

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