• excellent #ff tips

  • I really enjoyed reading this. I think I will that a look through your other posts!

  • Bobbye – you’re here! Thanks for stopping by.

    This approach makes a lot of sense to me, too. All you have to do is create a blog post, post the link at #followfriday or #FF, and you’re done! I think I would keep my recommendations to 3-5 people every Friday so your blog post isn’t cumbersome or lengthy.

    Your recent posts are on my “to-read” list. No excuses here, just the facts. Some days I get in pretty late from my day jobs and I simply don’t have a chance to take a look at everyone’s wonderful compositions. But the weekend is quickly approaching! Amen.

  • Melanie,
    Thanks! Great practical tips. It’s all just experiment anyway. I enjoyed Chris Brogan’s post as well. I thought it made a lot of sense.
    great #FF to you!
    Bobbye Middendorf
    The Write Synergies Guru
    .-= Bobbye Middendorf´s last blog ..Add Accountability–Blog Challenge Post 19 =-.

  • What a joy to see you here, Deb!

    Just read your YouTube post – excellent info and I can’t wait to set my eyes on your YouTube strategy! 🙂

    Thanks so much for your input. Here’s something I’d like to ask you to take about 2 minutes to read. It’s from my friend, Chris Brogan, and it directly relates to my post today and why it’s a good idea to post your recommended Twitter followers on your blog.

    Here ya go: http://www.chrisbrogan.com/turn-twitters-follow-friday-in-blog-traffic/

    Hope you’ll stop by again soon,

  • Hi Melanie,

    Excellent #FF tips!

    While I like the idea of writing #FF recommendations on our blogs and including solid reasons why, I wonder how many people are going to click through to a bunch of blogs on Fridays.

    Keep us posted as to what you experience in the event that you do it. I’m just curious.
    .-= Deb Augur´s last blog ..Got A You Tube Strategy? =-.