Grow Your Blog Networking Party


Good morning!  Hope it’s been a good week for you all!  We’ve started back to school this week.  Every year I think I’m really going to enjoy the quiet, but as soon as my kids hop on the bus I miss them!


But enough about school, lets get down to business.  Are you ready to network? Well, if you are here than I am guessing you are! This week is going to be a pretty low key week. We’ve been a little busy so we didn’t have a whole lot of time to put together any tips or tutorials this week. But we do have something new that we are going to try out. Starting next week, we are going to feature one blogger per week. Which means one of you that link up this week will be featured next week. Pretty awesome, eh?

We’d like to get your opinions on something. What do you think of networking parties such as the GYB? Do you find them beneficial? Do you think they are a dying genre of parties? Do you prefer food, craft, DIY parties? Let us know. We’d love to hear your feedback.

The GYB Networking Party

Grow Your Blog

Joining me in hosting GYB is Deb from Cooking on the Front Burner, Julie from This Gal Cooks, and Paula from Call Me PMc. We love hosting this networking opportunity each week. We’ll also have four co-hosts join us. Interested in co-hosting? Just email us at growyourblog(at)gmail(dot)com and we will get you scheduled!

What is the Grow Your Blog Networking Party all about? NETWORKING. Meeting new bloggers, finding new content to follow, building your readership. Why is blog networking great for you? Simply put, it increases readership and traffic to your blog. How do you network? Visit. Comment. Invite. Communicate. These are key to growing your blog.

Let’s take a moment to meet your hosts and co-hosts. Please stop by, introduce and leave a meaningful, engaging comment with each host and co-host. I can guarantee that the hosts will reply to your comment and try to get to your blog to engage in conversation with you!


Julie from This Gal Cooks (Host)
Paula from Call Me PMc (Host)
Deb from Cooking on the Front Burner (Host)
Tanya from Lemons for Lulu (Host)
Karlie from Mama Whimsy
Krista from Joyful Healthy Eats
Heather from The Word Magician’s Kitchen
Hannah from Thirsty World Designs


    • Follow and/or visit your hosts and co-hosts. Leave a comment on their blog letting them know you stopped by!
    • Link up the main page of your blog, not an individual post. You may link up your individual posts to Marvelous Mondays.
    • Visit and follow other bloggers
    • Leave engaging comments on the blogs that you visit.
    • Invite them to visit your blog. Leave the name of your blog in a comment. Please do not leave a link – Google is going to start viewing links as Spam and they will decrease page ranking of sites that are viewed to have a lot of Spam.
    • Communicate with them about what you like on their blog. Let them know you are interested in their blog.USE THEIR NAME! A simple “I’m so and so stopping by. I followed you please follow me.” just isn’t going to interest someone into visiting your blog. Sure, you can request a visit to your blog or a follow along but engage in some type of conversation first.
    • Place our party graphic on your page. It’s not required but it would be a pretty rad thing to do. You can get the graphic by copying and pasting the GYB graphic located in the beginning of this post.




8 Responses

  1. Tanya…thanks for hosting the link party. Stopped by and started following your fb page, twitter and pinterest.

  2. Hi a Tanya, First of all I want to thank you and the girls for hosting this GYB party. I think they area great way to meet new friends. I love your recipe for the cinnamon sugar fruit cups. At my house we go through an unbelievable amount of fruit too. I’m definitely going to have to try them. I also want to invite you to visit my blog My Silly Little Gang. Where I share funny stories of the silly things I go through with my boys, recipes, DIY, and reviews on the places we visit as well as products we try.

    • Thank you for the invite Sylvie! I loved how easy these fruit cups were, they were an absolute hit!

  3. Diana Rambles

    Hi Tanya. I found you via Grow Your Blog. I was already following you many ways, but I just added Blog Lovin!

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