The Follow-Swap Blog Hop

Content is King, whether you’re writing for the New York Times or your college student paper. And in the beastly, brutal world of Blogdom content is more important than ever – no matter what you say and how well you say it, you can bet your keyboard someone else out there is saying it too, and saying it better.

To help raise my content game I’m joining in the Follow-Hop Blog Swap. No, wait. The Follow-Swap Blog Hop. That’s the one. I think. The idea is simple – read a bunch of new blogs, make more awesome contacts, say hi, learn new stuff, the usual. I was let in on this developing online secret by the ever-reputable Ms Wynn-Nolet, whose blog and the actual list of bloghoppers can be found here (WordPress is evil and won’t let me add the list to this post). So, if you’re new to this, my miniature sphere of online influence, check her out then peruse ye writerly works below. Be warned, I’m a Uni Student and this can/could get a lil’ crayze.



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10 responses to “The Follow-Swap Blog Hop

  1. How the hell do you manage to write such clever copy in two minutes? If I didn’t like you I’d have to hate you. Oh, and I “liked” your FB author page too πŸ™‚

  2. I do like your miniature sphere of online influence πŸ™‚ It’s great that you decided to join the blog hop!

  3. Hey Robbie, thanks for joining my silly-ly named hop. πŸ™‚ I mentioned it to someone at work and they haven’t stopped rapping it ever since!

  4. sjp

    ah the brutal world of Blogdom, welcome to the games πŸ˜‰

  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog today – and how exciting that I recognise everyone on the comments here. The FSBH is still going! From Scotland to NZ – that sphere is increasing. Love your blog – I agree with Rhiann – your copy is awesome!

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