wondered if anyone knew how best to promote a blog).
I'm not an admirer of blogs, but I've had an idea ... there are murky goings on at work and many are unhappy. A blog could be a good way of recording thoughts, shaming management, gathering the like-minded etc.But I would need to keep my identity
for a couple of years. I mainly witter about my quilting, but throw in general life gripes as well. There's a widget you can add that shows who's read your blog and where they're from...nothing specific, it might say "a person from Plymouth read your
Hi Folks Cos my other love is writing, it was inevitable that I'd eventually start a blog about my efforts to try and get (and maintain) fitness in my forties: RunWalkCrawl. Training, gear reviews and niggles, race reports, other stuff ... I
Hi People, I'm new to all this forum stuff but have started my own blog which i hope with be an entertaining read. Please have a read and leave some comments. http://tomb1989.blogspot.co.uk/ Many Thanks Tom Hi Tom Get yourself over to the Fatman
Any and all advice welcome.A blog thats easy to add to, especially from abroad and one that allows you to post photos is what I'm after.Never done this before so I'm a bit in the dark.cheersJules what is a blog? Now you're just being a twat, aren
Hi People, I'm new to all this forum stuff but have started my own blog which i hope with be an entertaining read. Please have a read and leave some comments. http://tomb1989.blogspot.co.uk/ Many Thanks Tom
what krazy blog remeber Alf Tupper http://alfsdiarys.vnunetblogs.com/alfs_tough_at_the_top/
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