What an Exciting Day at IGetReady.com!

Lined paper with pen and title My First Guest Post

As you all know, my blog is just a baby blog, it’s been around for about 4 months. It has less than 30 posts, and a handful of visitors each day.  Honestly I’m tickled when the number is more than ’0′  each day as I look at the visitor stats. I’m a newbie when it comes to the blogging world.

A few weeks ago, a gal named Misty, from one of the blogs I read, and I had been corresponding about something else and she sent an email asking if I would write a guest post for her site.  I was flattered but quite intimidated at the prospect, you see her awesome site averages over 100K (that’s one hundred THOUSAND) visitors per month.  Holy Cow, that’s like asking a toddler to sing in front of Carnegie Hall.

Well I figured that since I really had nothing to lose I would go for it.   So I thought about it for a few days and worked on the article for a few more and submitted it to her.She also asked for a bio which was probably the hardest to write. You try telling what you are all about in less than a paragraph.

So now for your viewing/reading pleasure, I’ll direct you to her site to ready my very first Guest Post HERE.

I hope you like it.

Enjoy!

 

Comments

  1. I enjoyed your post very much. I love Misty’s site. I actually signed up as a Shelf Reliance consultant under her.

    • ready1 says:

      Hi Victoria,
      Thanks so much for the compliment, I appreciate your kindness in taking the time to comment. She is moving not too far from me and I’m going to have her over for a show when she gets settled and I’m thinking about it as well. How has your experience been?

      • Victoria says:

        Well then you are very lucky to have such a good mentor that close to you if you choose to do it. So far we are loving it. Within the 1st two weeks we had and are having 4 home parties, 1 event and 3 people signing up to be Consultants under us.
        It’s pretty amazing. It sells itself, as the food and products are amazing and we especially love the Charity part and the training and support you get is wonderful. Go for it! :)

  2. Your guest post led me here, so I’m thankful you chose to do it so I can read more of your useful tips.

    • ready1 says:

      Debra,
      Glad you found me through the post. Thanks for taking the time to come on over. I hope you find it useful. :)

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