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Christy From Christys Coffee Break Added Me To The JohnCow.com Link List
One of my favorite bloggers and generous friend Christy, from Christy's Coffee Break, put me on the John Cow.com link list! This crazy moo cow site and self-proclaimed "mooguls" have created a great way to keep your feed trough full, and thanks to Christy my sites going to have plenty of feed! You see, Christy added me to her list, passed to her from Mark at The Next Post
A professional writer with a huge heart, Christy spends much of her time creating ways to help other bloggers, and I'm glad to be one of them! I have confidence in her taste in web sites so I know you will love JohnCow.com! I'm grateful for Christy's moo cowable kindness, and will delightfully jump on this link list of love! Rest assured this list will keep you and I in milkable happiness!
Heres the part of the original post that JohnCow.com asked us to copy;
The idea is simple: You want readers and you want link backs too because that’s all us bloggers want, it’s more precious than milk for some :twisted:
So how does it work?
Simple! You just copy the list down below on your blog, hence creating link backs for your blogging friends and then click the RSS feed link to subscribe to all of them. Then you add yourself and up to 5 other bloggers and their feeds to the end of the list before you publish it on your own blog. Show your friends some link love :)
Just imagine if just 10 people would do this and then 10 more after them. That would get your blog 100 extra link backs and 100 extra feed subscribers!
Here is the list from Christys Coffee Break!
If I added your site to list below, subscribe to the sites, copy them, add five sites of your choice to the list, post and spread the link joy!
Happy linking! Thanks Christy for feeding my feed!
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less jaded and free
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what's in her heart
holding the secrets
she guards so well
Life's hidden mysteries
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whose wisdom and truth
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