Friday, March 30, 2012

Blog Hop Linky Party

Everyone likes a party, right?  For folks who use WordPress as their blogging platform, they can no longer receive followers through Google Friend Connect.  But there is a new way to gain followers, and that's through Linky Followers. 

Just in time for the weekend, join in the Linky Follower Party Hop!  I decided to join the party, and you can, too - it's a great way to gain followers and find new blogs.



RULES:

1. You MUST have the LINKY FOLLOWERS tool on your site to participate.

If you see that your link has been deleted you need to add the LINKY FOLLOWER tool to your site and then come back over and re-enter your link
{You can have both the LINKY FOLLOWERS & GFC on your site but you must have the LINKY FOLLOWERS tool to participate in this party hop.}

2. You MUST follow the person who has the party on their site as a thank you.

3. Just add your blog button to the LINKY PARTY below.

4.Then grab the BLOG HOP code

You will find the code right under the Linky Party where it says CLICK HERE TO ENTER
just under that it says: WHAT IS A BLOG HOP? GET THE CODE HERE
Click on GET THE CODE HERE and enter it into a post on your site.
You can grab the party button code in the FOOTER at Its So Very Cheri
You can grab info from my post if it helps you with your post.

5. Then you follow other bloggers–(as many as you want)
–leave each one of the blogs that you follow a comment letting them know you are following them and ask them to follow you back.

If you want to add the BLOG HOP to your own site you will get lots of new followers(see rule #2)


1 comment:

  1. Hey it's Cheri from Its So Very Cheri--stopping by from the Linky Party Hop. Thanks for sharing it.

    I hope you have a fabulous week.

    Don't forget in addition to the Wed party HOP I also have a Sunday party and I feature several bloggers on Saturdays. http://itssoverycheri.com/2012/04/01/its-party-time-4-1-2012/

    Cheri

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