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Sharing the Link Love

This seems like a good day to congratulate one of my BBFs and to share some link love.

Denise Wakeman of Next Level Biz Tips was Typepad's Featured Blog yesterday. If you have not had a chance to visit her blog...you are missing out on a good deal of professional blogging advice. Denise and I move in the same circles, and when it comes to knowing her stuff, she's one smart gal. I recommend her, her blog, and her advice. Congrats, Denise. Keep those blog posts coming.

For those seeking to increase traffic to their blogs, and also find a way to meet other bloggers they canWoman_at_computer  hook up with (talk to, meet at conferences, share content with) one of the best places is at the Carnival of the Capitalists. I used to submit this blog regularly, but I've been pretty lax, lately. More's the pity because this is one outstanding place to find great content. My last entry was at Welcome to Help's blog. I'm going to get over to their submission page and send something for next week, right away.

My last link love goes to Mary Hunt who is single-handedly taking on the issue of going green. Wait... not single-handedly; she has help. She has me and a whole bunch of other women, and... Diane at the Big Green Purse. Mary's most recent post on Walmart going green and Why Women Bloggers Can Do What Washington Can't bears reading. Thanks, Mary!

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