Blogger Meet and Greet: Let’s Celebrate

By: | January 14, 2017 | |

Martin Luther King

Welcome to Our Blog Party!

It’s mid-January. Do we have anything to celebrate?

Yes, we do! Martin Luther King’s birthday is celebrated this Monday. As we remember the equality he stood for, many of us have the day off.

Also, Mostly Blogging‘s readers are celebrating as well!

Great news: is making a time-sensitive offer available only to Mostly Blogging’s readers.

The details are explained in the post How to Make Quick Money for Free as an Affiliate Even If You Don’t Make Sales.

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Yes, It’s All FREE. No obligation, and no risk involved.

People think no one just gives out $1,000, but this company is– to us! Let’s celebrate!

At today’s Meet and Greet, we are having cake.

In the comments section, you are encouraged to self-promote.

Introduce your blog to the other guests at the party. Tell the readers about your blog, and post a link to your favorite post, a recent post, your About page, your blog link, or anything you like.

If you are not already following Mostly Blogging, I like new subscribers too.

Note: At other Meet and Greets, guests return and leave different links to articles in different comment boxes. You are welcome to return as often as you like and leave links.

I am hoping others will be able to find new blogs to read and new bloggers to connect with.

Guests, if you think others would enjoy the networking opportunities at our New Year’s Meet and Greet, please share on your social media. The more guests at the party, the more networking opportunities for all of us.

If you get a chance to promote the link to this party on your site, that would also be much appreciated since it would help make others aware of this blog party.

Related Posts and Pages:

Blogger Meet and Greet: New Year’s Party

Secrets of Successful Bloggers

How to Immediately Increase Your Blog Subscribers

How to Easily Get People to Subscribe to Your Blog by Networking

How to Get New Blog Followers

  1. Gary Jefferies

    Hi Janice, good to meet you ha, ha.

    Spotted you on the blogger link on GoodReads too. Is there nowhere you don’t exist! It feels like I’m stalking you!!

    But half way through January…just don’t! Times flying past already. I’ve not even found time to post yet…although, to be fair I’ve spent a bit of time wandering blogs I’ve not visited in a while. A case of balance, post or visit….doing both would be excellent, but one can’t do that AND write novels at the same time. Oh, and actual life stuff like children!!

    Hope alls well and I will try and pop over here more. I fear I have neglected visiting here too!

    That said, I seem to be roped into this years A to Z challenge in April and the Kindness Challenge in May. The latter is done by my good friend Niki Lopez whose blog is here

    If anyone is interested in mindfulness and personal well being I’d urge you to sign up for this years challenge. Perhaps challenge is the wrong word, it’s more an exploration of self. Anyone suffering or recovering from MH issues would certainly find it useful. Last year I connected to a great many bloggers as a result and made some excellent friends.

    As for who I am…just a writer of the macabre and strange. Pop over and I will respond and follow back ?

    Have a great weekend all

  2. Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan

    Small island country; From Japan
    Good evening.
    I am always moved by a wonderful blog.
    Arigatou !!
    I will give you a proverbial proverb from Japan,
    ”A friend in need is a friend indeed”

    • Janice Wald

      Arigatou to you Ryoma! Welcome! Thanks for coming to my party!

  3. Lois Hoffman

    Happy weekend, everyone! I’m thrilled that I was able to work with Janice on her book (see the link at the top of the page to check it out) and I can’t wait to work with more bloggers (like you). Turn your blog into a book to brand yourself as an authority on your subject and find new ways to reach readers!

    Join me at MY blog to learn more (and I’ll visit your’s, too)!

    In this week’s post, elevate your writing with these tips…

  4. Olivia Morris

    Shamelessly promote yourself right here…..I have a fashion Blog for Plus Size or Full Figure Ladies. I know all about that, because I can say that I am a full figure gal and I’ve worked in this industry for the last 35 plus years. In that time, I did work for others who were not plus sized! I have a soft spot in my heart for the Full Figured because they have more fitting challenges and they have a hard time finding nice things to wear. Just because we are a little larger does not mean we have no style! It also doesn’t mean we don’t care about how we look. We are just a little curvier than others. If this strikes a chord with you come on over and take a look, share with your “curvy friends” and let me know if there is anything in particular you would like help with…I’d be more than happy to share my thoughts.

  5. Teresa Branam Wilgus

    As I have said, I am so glad to have met you! Thanks for the invite to your Meet and Greet. I have already found many wonderful resources from your website and look forward to many more!

    I am currently preparing a Freelance and Content Writing Service. Learning the “Ins and Outs” of preparing a Pitch, discovering Resources for prospective clients and everything in between. In addition to that building my Personal Blog Traffic for Midwest Girl’s Dreams.

    I have met some amazing bloggers in the last couple of months through Blog Parties and Link Ups and look forward to Networking. I ALWAYS welcome feedback and advice for anyone who might have something to share.

    Hope to Meet you all!


  6. Juan Te Dailey

    Appreciate the opportunity! My blog, shares hope and inspiration via my 70-pound weight loss journey (celebrating 11 years at goal), my seven-year debt free journey completed in August 2015 (which includes a son graduating from college debt free), and my personal journey to self-worth post-divorce which includes returning to college at 49 to follow my passion and starting my Transformational Life Coach Business at 50, The Courage To Shift!

  7. Jo Maxwell

    Hello all! I’m a fairly new blogger, so these events are good for me! Thanks to all who participate.

    • Jo Maxwell

      Oh, I forgot–my blog is about my Christian faith and how it was stretched and strengthened through a diagnosis of NS.

  8. Jessica Haines

    Hello, I started blogging to share my story, to get it out and leave it. I write based on my life, and I blog about the squirrels and hamsters. I have conversations with my Brain, and sometimes I get real and blog something worthy of traffic!

    But seriously I have penned words for as long as I can remember!
    I thought it might be time to listen to the words of encouragement and share…

    Hope to see you soon as a peer, and fellow communicator of all that describes the multi-faceted dreams of humanity!

  9. Jane Risdon

    Thanks for this and happy 2017 to everyone. I am a crime writer who dabbles from time to time in other genres. My blog is about my writing and I host guest authors – not always from the crime writing world. I blog about my ‘jollies,’ to various lovely locations and indulge my love of photography and history, science and anything else which takes my fancy. Pop across and have a good look round and leave me a comment. I’ve spent my life managing recording artists, songwriters, record producers during my career in the international music/move/television business, so lots of my writing draws on my experiences there and, when young, I worked at the FCO in Whitehall so again I draw upon my experiences in the shady world of Spies and espionage for some of my stories. I am published by Accent Press. You can drop in and meet me at and say hello 🙂

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Jane,
      Great to see you here! I also saw you on Twitter! Thanks for all the support. I appreciate you coming to my party and telling people about your blog.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Dolly,
      It’s always my pleasure to host! Look at you! Congratulations!

  10. Andrew Purdum

    Hey all,

    I’m Andrew Purdum. I’m a content marketer and SEO specialist over at We help companies built a strong brand and establish a relevant message tailored to their audience, and get that message in front of them with SEO, content marketing, and infographics 🙂

    We just launched a pillar article on 21 highly effective ways to get more website traffic.

    It’s fantastic to meet you all.

    -Andrew Purdum

  11. Donna Parker

    How did I miss this, Janice, I’m so sorry, but I guess being late to the party is better than never getting there. Thanks for having me, you’re always such a wonderful hostess. I’m just finishing reading your book, An Insider’s Guide to Building A Successful Blog and it’s amazing, just like you. 🙂
    Here’s my latest post that actually has a link to a post about MLK.
    Thanks again and hope this week treats you kindly.
    Big hugs xoxo

  12. Jennifer Dagi

    Hey guys, sorry I couldn’t attend the party. Tight schedules and all. I just stopped by to volunteer as a cleaner after the party. I’m sure the food and drinks are already finished. So, here is my blog

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