In a recent study of sixty-four clients, 97% of them said that they would be happy to give me a referral.
1. Get to know your readers. Share. Spend a lot of time looking at your stats feature and try to understand where your readers are coming from. A lot of my readers have become friends. Thanks guys. A lot are new, welcome. I’ve also found having a stats counter installed helps.
Welcome back visitors for yet another pot of freshly brewed hot blog copy, using homegrown partially recycled pure grounds. Whatever that means. Blog copy. Try saying that ten times fast. I wanted to start off by saying I've had a few readers who have been such loyal blog followers leaving comments, hitting the facebook 'like' button, encouraging me.
Hello! I'm thinking about my friends clicking in here from all over the world. How awesome is the world wide web? Shout out to the www. Hello World Wide Web. Today I'm talking about twitter and how hard it is to understand as least for someone like me. I've had some great great comments on … Continue reading Twitter Facebook Faceoff ► Which one do you prefer? #ff @jbuliesblog
'Let's eat Grandma!' or, 'Let's eat, Grandma!' Punctuation saves lives.
1) Put your best foot forward. Regardless of how many mistakes you have made in the past today is a new day. Just by making a decision now, you can make your dreams come true by believing in yourself. Think of the adage of the train who said I think I can I think I can.
Today I'm going to write about a situation that happened when I was 16. I was just your average girl going to school trying to make my way through. I excelled, or at least I like to try to think I did. Nah, who am I kidding. I got by. My aim was always an A … Continue reading How my guidance counselor changed my life.
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