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Guest Posting Etiquette

29 March 2012


Would you like to know my thoughts on guest posting?
Of course you would.
Well, head over to Hope Squared to find out.
{And yes, I'm writing a guest post about guest posting. Oh, the irony!}

7 comments:

  1. I poo'd my pants looking at that picture. I clicked the link ASAP so I wouldn't get yelled at and sent to my room!

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  2. The post is finally here! Let the games begin, y'all! ;-)

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  3. Dude you should be working for some huge ass blogging empire with the amazing and spot on advice that you're offering up. Or at least you should be charging us $5 a pop for this. Rake in your millions lady friend. And thank you so much for guest posting for me - I am so pleased we were able to connect through the blogosphere. I will cheers my first 'bucket' in your honour.

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  4. Dude you should be working for some huge ass blogging empire with the amazing and spot on advice that you're offering up. Or at least you should be charging us $5 a pop for this. Rake in your millions lady friend. And thank you so much for guest posting for me - I am so pleased we were able to connect through the blogosphere. I will cheers my first 'bucket' in your honour.

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  5. I loved this post! I don't think a lot of people think about these things when they do or host a guest post, but they make a lot of sense! :)

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