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10 April 2009

31DBBB ~ Day 5


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- DAY FIVE -

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Today’s task in the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog challenge is all about building community on your blog and making an impression upon readers by giving them some personal attention." - Darren at ProBlogger

How fun right? I always try to answer any questions left in my comments & today I'm taking the extra step to thank some of my readers personally (:

THANK YOU TO ALL MY FOLLOWERS!
I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR LOYALTY!


COME BACK SOON FOR DAY 6 OF THE 31DBBB!

5 comments:

Audrey said...

Sounds like a good idea! I always try to comment back too, sometimes it's a bit of work, but it's worth it.

Beachcomber said...

Hi Mannie,

I like your jewelry. I've been thinking about making jewelry. How do I get started making jewelry? Thanks!

meredith said...

Hi! Here via 31DBBB, and I just want to say that your jewelry is lovely! I wish I had some money to pick something up. :)

Anuan said...

Hey Mannie, found you on problogger. Quite like your designs, will be back again to check it out some more.

Mannie of MannieMandible said...

BEACHCOMBER ~ (1) I tried to contact you via email, but it wasn't listed on your profile. I also was going to comment on your blog, but you don't have any posts. I'll just reply back to you here... (2) I started making jewelry a LONG time ago. I'm an accessory-holic, so making my jewelry was just cheaper. I went to my local bead shop, bought what I thought I needed, sat down, and started creating. Eventually I took some classes and learned "proper" ways to do things. If you are looking to get started, go to Joann's/Hobby Lobby/Micheal's or your local bead shop & see if you can sign up for any classes. You can also find TONS of helpful videos online. Hope this helps! I can't wait to see the things you create!

♥Mannie