How to Ruin Your Blog (Like We Did)

Jennifer and i started out gangbusters when we began Network Blogging Tips. We had lots of bloggers linking to us, good traffic and decent subscription numbers. Then we did the unthinkable.

We took the summer off.

Jennifer moved to another state and I started a full time job. As a result, Network Blogging Tips fell to the wayside. You see, sometimes when you have a blog that’s not bringing in any income, it’s the first thing to be neglected. I suppose I could have posted at least once or twice a week t0 keep traffic flowing, but the truth is, I was out enjoying my summer evenings and weekends with my family, the first time in years.

Now that life is about to return to normal and we find ourselves with a bit more spare time, we’ll be posting here more often. We do hope you’ll come back to us.


  1. Not ruined Deb – we’re still here! I suspect everyone has had a busy summer.

    One of the wonderful things about September is the ‘fresh-start’ appeal of the first week or so. New books, new pens, old friends …

  2. I am still here, and if you ever need someone to guest post a bit, I’ve worked for a network or two. :)

  3. Still here and I say good for you that you made the choice to spend time with your family.

  4. I kept your subscription feed in my reader. Glad you enjoyed the summer even happier you’re back thou. You always have helpful tips.

  5. Welcome back to the blogosphere.

  6. Hi, I found your blog on this new directory of WordPress Blogs at I dont know how your blog came up, must have been a typo, i duno. Anyways, I just clicked it and here I am. Your blog looks good. Have a nice day. James.

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