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#SoMe2 Instagram Party

I'm really psyched to be the featured blogger of this week's #SoMe2 party! Read on to find out what it's all about...

You've arrived at the #SoMe2 
Instagram party - 
we're so glad you stopped by!

We want you to get a lot of comments and likes on your 
Instagram post, so please be sure you're linking up correctly!
 
 This week:
You should link up the URL of an
**INSTAGRAM POST**
 
not your blog, not a blog post,
not your Instagram profile

It's time for the #SoMe2 #Instagram Party!

But first, let's take a minute to meet your #SoMe2 hostesses....

Meet your #SoMe2 hostesses! Image Map

And our #SoMe2 featured blogger of the week...


Jess from Babi a Fi blog!

Jess has shared this with us:
I blog about 'babi a fi' (baby and me), and all the things that are important to our lives - dad, my work as a local government councillor, crafting, budgets, parenting, history, dolls and doll house miniatures, and whatever else might be of interest that week! 

Thanks, Jess!

Would you like to be a #SoMe2 featured blogger?
Everyone who enters the Rafflecopter each week will have a chance to win a spot as our featured blogger. We will feature your blog, and links to your social media. Your links will be inserted into the Rafflecopter for that week - gaining you more followers.

So be sure to enter to win the weekly featured blogger spot!

Note: Please be sure to fill out the Rafflecopter form accurately. Entries are verified.


The rules are simple!
  1. Please follow your hostesses and featured blogger (first 4 links).
  2. Please add the #SoMe2 button (found at the bottom of the post) to your sidebar or link page.
  3. Tweet about the party! More partiers = More followers! All you have to do is click the "tweet" button!  
  4. Use our hashtag #SoMe2 when tagging or posting so we can find each other!
You will automatically be entered into our email reminder list by entering a link. You may remove yourself from the list by using the un-subscribe option.

If you need help adding your Instagram post to the party, this infographic explains how to do it with step-by-step photos. Just click the photo to enlarge it!

How to add your Instagram post to the #SoMe2 linkparty


 #Instagram post linkup





  

PLEASE READ & FOLLOW DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY

1) Like and comment on your HOSTESSES & FEATURED BLOGGER'S links (first 4 links). Yes, before you even link up your own post, please show your thanks to your hostesses by liking AND commenting on their links.

2) Link up 1 recent Instagram Post. NOT your Instagram page or a post directly from your blog.
(How? Go to your Instagram page in a browser, click on your profile, click on "view profile", select and click on a photo, copy the photo URL, and paste that URL into link party.)

3) Like and comment on at least the 2 links in front of yours. This way everyone will get Instagram Love! One of our hostesses will make sure the last two links get comments.
 



Thanks for joining our SOcial MEdia link party!
See you next week – same time, same place!

DeDe,  Kim,  & Sarah V.

Grab a #SoMe2 Party button!
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