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A Button Swap!



I've been thinking about how I'm going to do sponsor spots for July. To be honest, I haven't had many requests for sponsors anyway, and I kind of feel like I'm banging my head against a wall in trying to drum up interest.

Let's try this instead...

No fee for July. Let's instead have a button swap! I put your button on my blog and you put mine on yours? How's that? After all, the whole point of sponsoring a site is to help each other gain traffic. This month, let's mutually help each other.

So here's the deal: if you are interested, comment here and I'll email you more details.

Basically, I'll need a 300x75 button from you. If you would like me to mention your blog in a post, send also a photo of yourself (ideally 500 px width) and a little blurb about you and what makes you unique! If you would be interested in doing a guest post, I'd totally be open to that as well.

We'll discuss what size button you need from me (preferably a similar size to what you've sent me), as well as any other text or photos you might want from me as a sponsor of your blog.

Want to be my July sponsor? Totally free, just mutual promotion! Let's talk!



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