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Weekend Blog Follower Caravan #26

This is the second time Stay at Home Blessings is joining the Weekend Blog Follower Caravan. Though, now, the host blog is no longer OnlineBiz and Resources but Rubz Online. It's still the same WBFC, a simple online blogger-helping-blogger meme designed for bloggers to help each other in terms of blog followers either through Google Friend Connect and email subscribers. But the meme is now sponsored by blogs who give 2 random participants $5 Paypal cash every time there is a meme. (If you would like to sponsor this meme, just contact Mommy Rubz). So, why not join in the fun meeting other bloggers? Just click the badge below.




For this week's tasks:
1. Make a welcome blog post with the WBFC Badge to welcome all our participants. Make sure your blog post has dofollow links to this week’s sponsors: Chika Bits and Dens Online.
2. Submit your blog post to the linky tool in Rubz Online. Not your homepage URL.
3. Visit other participating blogs and leave a comment at fellow participants’ welcome post that you have followed them thru Google Friend Connect.
4. Again, follow all participants thru Google Friend Connect!! Then leave a comment in Rubz Online if you have done so.


Comments

Mona said…
Followed via WBFC .. have time to follow me back.
Unknown said…
sana join ka every week...
visiting via WBFC #26,
already GFC follower

salamat sa mga dalaw at comments bihira makapagbloghop eh
Following back :)

http://mygorgeouspinkcheeks.blogspot.com/
Chin chin said…
Thanks MommyandMatt and Bec for the follow.
nuts said…
followed and liked..:)

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