Give Me One Good Reason To Link To You

It’s Day 7 of the “31 Days to Build a Better Blog” challenge, hosted by Lisbeth Tanz and Michelle Shaeffer

… and I’m still upright and taking solids.  That’s a good sign!

Today’s task was to write a “link” post to put someone else in the spotlight and give a fellow blogger a little blog-linking love.

Well, since I just did that in my first sentence, I guess I’m done with my homework.

But I’m not one who’s known for being lazy, taking shortcuts, or looking for the easy peasy way out.

I love a good, stimulating challenge!  It’s not only good for the soul, but it also helps you to S-T-R-E-T-C-H as a solo professional.

So I’ve decided to take today’s link-posting task to a whole new level. I’ve got a pretty cool proposal for the members of 31DBBB.

If you can give me one good reason to link to you and your blog, I’ll do it!

First off, look over this list of topics that I like to cover on my blog:

  • Shoestring Marketing Strategies
  • Social Media Savvy
  • Relationship Building
  • Blogging
  • Affiliate Marketing
  • List Building
  • Buzz and Branding
  • Single Mom Entrepreneurs
  • Outsourcing
  • Improving Your Writing Skills
  • Relaxation
  • Personal Development
  • Time Management

Have you written a blog post on any of these topics that would resonate with my target audience?  If so, then you’ve got a Great reason for me to link to you.

Just put your name and the title of your post in the comment box – no links, please – or your comment may end up in spam land.  Then head back over to the 31 DBBB “members blog” for Day 7, hit “reply” under my comment, post your link, and I’ll grab it there.

Happy to support the members of this challenge and I wonder who I’ll be linking to first?!

  • Hi Melanie:

    Great post and for sharing who you are interested in linking with you. Hoping that I will be able to link with you. Here are my past prior blog posts on blogging, personal development, and time management.

    How to get spammers of your blog comment section
    5 benefits of blogging daily
    7 answers to a bloggers dilemma
    7 questions that keeps bloggers up at night
    Personal Development
    Stepping into your power and facing your fears-Part I and II
    Why did you become an entrepreneur Part I and II
    Time Management
    Take time out! For brunch. lunch and dinner


    • Oh, my goodness, you’re about to launch Sales Success Mindset! KUDOS to you!

      And leave it to you, Jane, to provide me with an arsenal of posts to choose from. Now how in the world can you expect me to pick just one??! 🙂 These are all great and I’m leaning toward “time out and time management” since no one else has submitted a post on those topics.

      Love your work (and you) and I’ll let you know when you’re linked up.


  • Thanks for the offer Melanie!! I’ll be back soon with my post that meets your specs!!!!


    • I’ll be waiting, Gwen!

      You ALWAYS come up with unique ideas for posts and I’d be happy to link to you!

      Your biz partner,

  • Hey, Melanie! You might like my post about duplicate content. I think that might fit into your blogging section. 🙂

    Great idea, by the way. You are a marketers dream.


    • Ditto Kiddo, Lis!

      “Duplicate content” is a hot topic right now — this one should sizzle! 🙂

      Thanks and keep your eyes peeled for your link up post.


  • An Open Farewell to — by Shelly Roberts

    • A “farewell” piece sounds really interesting, Shelly!

      Thanks and I’ll head over to 31DBBB to get the url to your write-up. I’ll keep you posted. 🙂


  • Hi Melanie,

    What a cool idea!

    How about this one:
    How to be Rich and Happy – And Help Others Do The Same

    • Sounds like a plan, Lyman!

      I’ll grab the url at 31DBBB and I’ll let you know the minute you’re linked up!