Promote your blogs!

Hello to all amazing bloggers out there. There are 900+ followers I have in my niche, which is so more than fantastic! They all are wonderful people who share their honest feedbacks about my posts. 

So this one is my first blog promotion post. I thought to give it a try so that I become more familiar with my fellow bloggers and so that they get a platform to promote their blogs. All the bloggers who happen to stop by this post are requested to comment their back links and a brief description of what their blogs are about. The back links are helpful in increasing your site’s SEO. So, this makes you promote your blog in an enjoyable, effortless manner. You may also happen to find some other amazing blogs which weren’t present earlier in your niche. Those wanting to reblog the post are most welcome, because this would be instrumental in initiating a chain. 

You may visit my blog on the following link and share your valuable feedback.

https://thecagedbirdsingsweb.wordpress.com
Happy blogging 😊☺🀘

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  1. Hi everyone! Thank you so, so much for the opportunity and congrats on all those folllowers!!!!
My name is Keely and I will be 16 in exactly three months to this day. I’m a lovestruck, weird, open-minded, frank, and Bipolar sophomore in high school with a lot to say and a lot of feels!!! My blog is filled with my poetry mostly on my unrequited love for my BFF, but also on friendship, life, my cat, high school, reality, my family, and my friends. I also have poetry on another boy, who I accedeintly ruined my friendship and relationship with and the journey it took me to FINALLY get over him. I also write short stories and just stuff from my life sometimes. I hope you will go and visit my blog and enjoy your visit!!!!

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  2. Thank you so much. That complement was so nice. I actuallyhowever subconsciously CHOSE to feel absolutely pathetic and depressed for a long time. However, I always have my poetry and my writing to help me and I’m glad you have your writing to help yourself. Have an amazing day and I just followed you too!!!!!πŸ˜πŸ˜‰

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      1. Sorry I took so long to respond! I know it’s not my fault and I already knew all you said. Thank you so much for your support though! It’s been so nice to know you so far!!!

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  3. Hi everyone! Thanks for this opportunity as I’ve been looking to find fellow bloggers to interact with! πŸ™‚
    I’ve only recently just started blogging, so I’m still pretty new at this but my blog is all about my travel adventures filled with COLOURFUL TRAVEL PHOTOS from all around the world. It would mean so much if you check it out! Thanks so much ❀
    https://brencation.wordpress.com/

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  4. Hello. I just came across your post whilst searching WordPress. The amount of followers you’ve amassed in such a short space of time is amazing.

    Thanks for allowing the space for other people to promote their blogs. My blog is about me learning to become vulnerable, to open up and let people in. I generally post once or twice a week – https://yearofvulnerability.wordpress.com/

    Now to check out some of the blogs here.

    Thanks again πŸ˜€

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  5. hey girl thanks for sharing this!

    I’ve been working on my blog for awhile now but just mustered the courage to publish it. I’d appreciate it if ya’ll checked it out. It contains a lot of my interests/ passions that I’d love to share. I like to write so I apologize for the lengthy posts in advance.

    One of my passions is photography, feel free to click on the link below

    https://rawdumplings.wordpress.com/vsco/

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  6. Hey guysπŸ™‹
    I started my blog 2 weeks ago and would love some feedback and advices. Below is one of my last posts:
    https://katieworld.blog/2017/11/06/goodbye/
    I write about my best years of life, that was my childhood and the next posts will be talking about my life in overall, untill today. Feel free to check my others posts, and live a thumbs up if you liked it. I’ll do the same for you. Really apreciate and thank you in advance. Happy reading πŸ˜„

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  7. Congrats. What a fun attitude you have.
    Here is my blog :https://lettersofhopefromthesoul.wordpress.com/
    I am a nurse, wife, mom of 5, who struggles with depression and suicidal ideation. Bummer, I know but I have a dry sense of humor as a coping mechanism and I really try to end with positive thoughts. Life’s hard though, lets be real and build each other up, right? we’re all in this human race together.

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    1. I went through some of your blog posts and found you contradicting your own self. Please explain me what has a Christian got to do with being depressed?
      And you really need a therapist, nomatter how long you have to drive… What matters is your life because you are not just a common human (no one is) but a universe within! As a mother you have 5 precious lives to take care of and as a nurse you have many more.
      Secondly, I am glad that you are doing something constructive, rather than sulking. Having a blog and writing your feelings is a very good idea, because you feel better after writing.
      Thirdly, I’ve done many motivational posts, whose link I’d like to send you via email. Please check them😊

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      1. I guess I would need context for whatever contradictions you are talking about in order to answer that question well. I’m not saying it didn’t happen but that’s a broad statement. I’ll take a shot at it though: Many people think Christians aren’t supposed to struggle with depression or they don’t seek medical help for these things and I would like to shed some light on that and make it more mainstream that it is a struggle that everyone has including Christians so Christians should not feel ashamed of it. Also being Christian changes your worldview and how you react to everything, that’s pretty evident in my blog. The Westminster Catechism states that “man’s [and woman’s] chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever, ” ergo if that is my main goal I am going to be very intentional with my life to strive towards that goal whereas a different religion or a secular person may have different life goal which may change their response to internal and external stimuli. I don’t think that you understood my problem with driving, no medical doctor would recommend I drive that far if I was actively suicidal and driving past my plan. I fully recognize how important my kids are and they are completely safe and well taken care of but once again medical diagnosis of severe depression according to the DSM-IV (which is the standard of care) is “1. Depressed mood or irritable most of the day, nearly every day, as indicated by either subjective report
        (e.g., feels sad or empty) or observation made by others (e.g., appears tearful).
        2. Decreased interest or pleasure in most activities, most of each day
        3. Significant weight change (5%) or change in appetite
        4. Change in sleep: Insomnia or hypersomnia
        5. Change in activity: Psychomotor agitation or retardation
        6. Fatigue or loss of energy
        7. Guilt/worthlessness: Feelings of worthlessness or excessive or inappropriate guilt
        8. Concentration: diminished ability to think or concentrate, or more indecisiveness
        9. Suicidality: Thoughts of death or suicide, or has suicide plan ” so that is a symptom not something that can be guilted out of a person. It is a disease process not just being sad. Also in my blog I said I do see a Dr in town. So if anything was left unclarified feel free to let me know. Thanks!

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      2. It’s a relief to me that you see a doctor! Now I get your point of not driving by yourself, but you could sure hire a driver.
        You’re right, Christian or non-Christian, everyone has struggles because they’re humans… And everyone must help themselves get out of there ailments.
        Reading your symptoms, I must suggest you to take a break. Maybe that could help!

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      3. Oh my dear friend. I would love a break. I am sure trimming off any excess stress that I can but sometimes you just can’t take a break when others depend on you. In hindsight I could have asked a friend to take me but hindsight is 20/20 and unfortunately, when you are super upset the most logical things don’t always pop on in your head. Thanks for the ideas! πŸ™‚

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    1. Such an amazing blog. I loved the post I read and have already commented how I felt about it. Again, you have such a deep insight and wonderful perspective over the things which we often ignore.
      Thanks for participating 😊

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