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Promoting a better future surely is a worthwhile effort. You have great potential here. How would an interested man or woman go about joining this group in order to contribute articles? Some fellow bloggers and myself are aware of this new site and are following. We look forward to perusing, and perhaps contributing, articles on a regular basis.
Congratulations, best of luck and warmest regards,
I sent you an author invitation early this morning- check to see if you got it. If not, I’ll sent it again.
I think a place where we can “talk” is a great idea. If Google Hangout is too frustrating, I’ll just put in another plug for a listserv.
I just found out that Google Groups would work perfectly for our group. It’s basically a discussion forum. Only members of our group can join, and anyone else we invite. It’s a bit easier to use then Google Hangout. I set up the page a little while ago. I’m emailing you the invite now.
Found my way here via The Secular Jurist (Robert V.). May I apply?
This group consists of bloggers who write about social issues and anything that has to do with creating change and reform in society. I’ve read some of your blog and it’s a good blog, but it doesn’t talk about the things our blog is for. So I think it would be better if you keep blogging on your own blog, since our blog is a bit different. But thanks for your interest!
I’m Maddie, editor of the environment section at the Urban Times (http://urbantimes.co/).
We’re a growing community of 1200 writers that focus on insightful content which drives change – our site receives around 500,000 unique hits per month. I’ve noticed that your blog has a similar ethos and I was wondering if you would be interested in forming a partnership in terms of syndication? Urban Times is a great outlet for your writers’ work as well as being ideal for building up an online presence. If you are interested, just drop me an email at email@example.com
Hope to hear from you!
Hey I am the guy who is suing Dunkin donuts about tipping. I saw your blog and would like to chat
Hi. I live in the UK and my blog mainly looks at the challenges of life in 21 century. My writing tends to look at things from a different perspective than the norm. Here are two examples http://wp.me/p3FiWb-9V and http://wp.me/p3FiWb-ao. If you’re interested please drop me a line. If not very good wishes with your site. Rebecca
I’ve read some of your blog and really like it!! If you’d like to be a League of Bloggers writer, let me know and I’ll send you and invite by email!
Hi Tanya. Glad you like my blog! I’m not sure how this works but I would be happy to have my name added to your list of contributors and for my posts to be re-blogged onto this site.
Great!! I’ll send you an invitation. Once you get it, you’ll be able to write your own posts on our blog, or reblog posts from your blog or other blogs.
What’s your user name? Is it rebeccaMpells? I tried using it to send you an author invitation but it didn’t work.
Hi Tanya. My user name is rebeccapells. Try that and see and let me know 🙂
I think it worked! Let me know if you got the invite! 🙂
Yes all good thanks Tanya. Will my name be added as a contributor ?
You’ll be added as an author. I’ll put your profile pic on the League of Bloggers site where the other author pics are. 🙂
Howdy, friends! Keep up the great work! 🙂
I have nominated your blog for the Creative Blogger Award.
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Well deserved 🙂 Keep blogging!
Hi, I blog about environmental issues related to sound, and using listening to connect to the natural world (www.wildmountainechoes.com). Not sure if it fits the criteria, but I’d love to be part of the group.
Hi! I checked out your blog and I like it! The League is very interested in environmental conservation, as well as global warming. So a nature writer would be great for us! I’ll send you an author invite that gives access to our blog. The invite will come in your email from WordPress.