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Connecting with Linkys

Connecting with Linkys

What is a Linky?

Before I started this blog I had never heard of linkys - now I'm an addict! The basic idea of a linky is a group of people submitting a blog post relating to a particular theme (say, product reviews or happy moments), then commenting on a few of the other submitted blog posts. Linkys are a great way of finding new blogs to read, ideas for posts to write, and - hopefully - boosting your own hit / comment count.


How can I get involved?

The usual requirements are straightforward: comment on the hosts post, plus two or three other posts. Some linkys do have quite complex rules though, so it's always worth reading them through before you submit. My preference so far has really been for the smaller linkys because they give you chance to get around all the submissions, and get to know the bloggers bit by bit.

Because the more you engage with the other bloggers in your chosen linky, the more you will gain from it. We're simple creatures at the end of the day - we all love to interact with people who show an interest in us and our creations!

Read on for dozens of potential link ups...






FRIDAY
Life Love and Dirty Dishes
Post Comment Love#LittleLoves
Wafflemama. Babi a Fi
ethannevelyn




MONTHLY
 
 Hello Beautiful Bear





Do you have a favourite linky?

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    Hello Jessica,
    this is a great list of great parties!
    I too Link my stuff and like to share it with other people.
    Your blog also like it.

    Many greetings
    Uwe

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    1. Thank you! I'm finding linkys great fun, and I've found so many interesting posts through them. :)

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  3. Wow, I join in with some linkies but I had no idea that there were so many! Thank you for putting them all together in one place :)

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  4. What an amazingly comprehensive list. Can't wait to get linking!
    Emma

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  5. There really is such a wonderful list of linkys out there - thank you so much for linking to mine :) I am so glad you enjoy linking up. I find them a great way to sit down and do some blog reading. Thanks for linking to #PoCoLo x

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    1. Thanks for having me! I'm really enjoying all the different linkys - so many great posts to read. :)

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