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Crazy-for-books hop Oct 1,2010

Good morning everyone!  It's that time of week again . I love this question for this week .How do I promote
my book blog?  I have to say that Book blogs ning group has been really helpful. I love them to death I feel they are friendly and approachable.  Twitter is tarting to payoff. I had a separate page on  Facebook for my blog before someone hijacked my original account (long story)  I have another one but I just socialize mostly(when I have time which I dont)   I have found so many good books  to read on Good reads.   If I schedule some time to leave some more quality comments that would probably help.  Any who enough blathering I have to get the kids ready for school !

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Just hopping by to say hi. Bookend Diaries http://bookenddiaries.blogspot.com
Shan said…
Book Blogs ning is fantastic! I also didn't know you were on twitter!
Kelly said…
Just discovered your blog through the hop! I really like it and am a new follower :) Have a great weekend!
Ree said…
Thanks for stopping by Literary Obsession! :) I love getting new followers and visitors.

I'm a new follower on your blog via GFC.

Have a great weekend!
Kimberly said…
I am a new follower come follow me and check out my blog http://inthe-outhouse.blogspot.com
Just hoppin' on by! <3

I'm a new book blogger, so I have no idea what I'm doing. I try to tweet, but I feel like my attempts are so transparent that people KNOW I'm trying to network.

So mostly I just visit other blogs and comment on their reviews or content, and I end up making friends that way. :D

My hop :3
Kristina
TheBookishSnob said…
Happy HOP! I love being part of the weekly memes because it gives me the chance to go out visiting in the blogging neighborhood. I get to see everyone and what they're up to and in return they come see me. Best decision i ever made :)

Come HOP by my blog and visit
bookaddict4real said…
Good morning everyone. Thank you everbody for taking time to stop and leave a comment. Friendly reminder though.Please leave your comment in the post below this one if you are interested in The Testimony Giveaway. Wed. I will bring back the Linky list so you can link up your giveaways,books you are reviewing,memes,etc....Thanks again!
Angela said…
Just hopping by, hope you have a fantastic weekend!

Angela
La Coccinelle said…
I just joined the Book Blogs Ning, so I haven't seen much activity from it yet. Mostly, my blog promotion comes from commenting on other blogs (and a bit of Twitter).
Letter4no1 said…
Thanks for hopping by my blog. Hope you're having a great weekend!
Heather said…
Oh, I love Good Reads too, and I've found out about Books Blog Ning through this very hop, I'd never heard of it before!!!

I think quality comments are a must to get people to check out your blog.
(well... and by quality, I just mean something that proves you actually bothered to read what the person wrote! I wouldn't call my responses quality at all, LOL!!!)

Check out my Book Blogger Hop, Follow Friday and Giveaway HERE!
Elizabeth said…
Another hop on a Wednesday...interesting.

Stopping back for a visit......just hopping by.

Stop by my blog if you like to see how I get the word out:

http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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