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Happy Blogging! ~ Bette A. Stevens

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It’s been a week of milestones for my little blog. Firstly, I passed the 30,000 views mark. For a blog that’s been going less than two years, where I post on average once a week, I’m both thrilled and humbled by this achievement.

The second milestone is that this is my 200th post. It has been quite a ride since I first posted about a cat that defecates in my garden and I’ve learnt an awful lot along the way. My blog has changed from being a platform for me to play around with writing to a blog about writing, and specifically self-publishing. During my blogging time I’ve published two books, met many wonderful people, been introduced to the wonderfully supportive writing community, as well as discovered some fantastic books by new and exciting authors.

Thank you to all of you who read, comment and share…

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Comments on: "My top 10 blogging tips on building an audience" (7)

  1. Hi Bette,
    Thank you so much for following my blog today. Welcome! I write about growing an audience too.
    Janice

  2. Hi Bette, I don’t think I can reblog this. I don’t see a reblog button.
    Janice

    • Thanks for the note, Janice. If you are on WordPress, there should be a reblog tab at the top. Otherwise, I suggest copying the url into your post and downloading any pix. I think (but note sure) that would work. Let me know…

  3. If you self-host, I don’t think I can reblog it.
    Janice

  4. No reblog button. What do I do?

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